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Hats (帽子, Boushi?) are a recurring type of headgear on the series. They are often used by melee and magical-based jobs that cannot equip helms, like the Thief, the Black Mage, and the Blue Mage. Examples of recurring hats on the series are the Hypno Crown, the Red Cap, and the Gold Hairpin.

From PlayStation titles onward, like Final Fantasy IX and Final Fantasy Tactics, Ribbons began to be classified as accessories.

AppearancesEdit

Final FantasyEdit

Hats make up half of the headgear. Black Mages, Monks, White Mages, and Red Mages can only equip hats.

Final Fantasy IIEdit

There are only three hats in the game. They can be equipped, like all other equipment, by every party member.

Final Fantasy IIIEdit

Hats are often exclusive to light melee and magic-based jobs, such as the Ninja, Monk, Black Belt, Ranger, and Thief, though there three helms that can be equipped by all Jobs (Ribbon, Leather Cap, and Feathered Cap).

Final Fantasy IVEdit

Hats in general can be equipped by all characters, with the exception of Dark Knight Cecil, Cid, and Kain.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-Edit

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

Final Fantasy VEdit

FFV Hat Icon iOS Hats can be divided in magic hats for magic-based jobs, and combat hats for light melee jobs. Jobs that are a combination of magic and light melee can equip both.

List of magic hats: List of combat hats:

Final Fantasy VIEdit

Hats and female hats make up more than half of the headgear in the game. Most can be equipped by all characters.

List of hats: List of female hats:

Final Fantasy IXEdit

FFIX Hat Icon Hats can be equipped by Zidane, Vivi, Dagger, Quina, /GameplayEiko, and Amarant.

Final Fantasy XIIEdit

Hats are light armor, and offer average magick defense in comparison to other types of headgear as well as HP boosts. Any party member can equip them, as long as they obtain the necessary licenses. In the Zodiac versions, the character's job determines what equipment licenses they have available.

List of hats:

Final Fantasy XV: Episode ArdynEdit

Ardyn Izunia's equippable gear is various hats that change his hat model on the field and in cut scenes.

Final Fantasy TacticsEdit

Hats can be equipped by all job classes except for Knight, Monk, Dragoon, Samurai, Mime, and Dark Knight Jobs.

Final Fantasy Tactics AdvanceEdit

Hats are lightweight headgear that all jobs can equip, except for the Paladin, Dragoon, Defender, and White Monk.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the RiftEdit

Hats can be equipped by all jobs except for Paladin, Dragoon, Defender, and Templar.

Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)Edit

Initially equipped by Firion, The Emperor, Onion Knight, Cloud of Darkness, Bartz, Terra, Kefka, Cloud, Squall, Ultimecia, Zidane, Kuja, Tidus, Jecht, and Shantotto. Hats specialize in BRV Boost on Dodge.

Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

Initially equipped by Firion, The Emperor, Onion Knight, Cloud of Darkness, Bartz, Terra, Kefka, Cloud, Tifa, Squall, Laguna, Ultimecia, Zidane, Kuja, Tidus, Yuna, Jecht, Shantotto, Prishe, Vaan, and Lightning. Hats specialize in BRV Boost on Dodge.

Bravely DefaultEdit

List of hats:

Bravely Second: End LayerEdit

List of hats:

Final Fantasy DimensionsEdit

Hats can be equipped by Jobless, Monk, Thief, Red Mage, Bard, Memorist, Ranger, Dancer, and Ninja jobs.

Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

FFRK Hat Icon
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