A hunter who trails rare monsters, employing Huntcraft skills to overcome them.
Game Hunter is a job class in Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions for Luso that focuses on hunting monsters. Though the Game Hunter specializes in poaching, Luso resented this activity in a series of subquests in his original appearance.
Stats[edit | edit source]
|None||Knives, Swords, Knight Swords, Flails||Hats, Armor||Clothes, Robes, Armor||Yes|
|Move Rate||Jump Rate||Speed||Physical Evasion Rate||Base Attack||Base Magic||Base HP||Base MP|
Abilities[edit | edit source]
Innate abilities[edit | edit source]
Game hunter job command. A selection of basic outdoor skills.
The damage formula for Stone and Rush are as follows:
The damage formula for Ultima is as follows:
Luso must be hit with Ultima while he is a Game Hunter to learn Ultima, either by Ramza, Celia, Lettie or Ultima Demons. An easy way to do this is equipping items that prevent Assassins' disable/charm/death and keeping distance.
|Increase physical attack power.|
|Attack by ramming into the enemy's body.|
|Lob a stone at a far-off foe.|
|Remove several status ailments.|
Removes: Poison, Blind, Silence.
|Boost an ally's Speed.|
|Sacrifice HP to restore twice as much to an ally.|
|Encourage an ally, increasing their Bravery.|
|Increase Bravery, Speed, and physical and magickal attack power with a hearty battle cry.|
|Magick that inflicts damages with pure energy.|
MP Cost: 10
Reaction abilities[edit | edit source]
|Counter Tackle||Counterattack with a tackle.||Physical Attack||180|
Support abilities[edit | edit source]
|Equip Axes||Equip axes, regardless of job.||170|
|Beastmaster||Adds an ability to all monsters in neighboring tiles with an elevation difference of 3h or less.||200|
|Defend||Defend oneself against an attack. Adds the Defend command.||50|
|JP Boost||Increase the amount of JP earned in battle.||200|
Movement abilities[edit | edit source]
|Move +1||Increase Move by 1.||200|
Etymology[edit | edit source]
A game hunter is someone who partakes of big-game hunting, the hunting of large game. The term is historically associated with the hunting of Africa's big five game (lion, African elephant, Cape Buffalo, leopard and rhinoceros), and with tigers and rhinos on the Indian subcontinent.