Appearances[edit | edit source]
Clothes from a foreign land.Description
Judo Uniform is an armor that can be used by all but Steiner and Freya. It grants +23 Defense and +1 Strength and Spirit, and teaches Distract and HP +10%. It can be bought at Oeilvert, Desert Palace, and Esto Gaza for 5,000 gil.
The Jujitsu Gi is a mid-ranking light armor. In the original version, it can be equipped after obtaining the Light Armor 6 license. It provides +180 HP, +20 Defense, and +2 Strength. It can be purchased at Rabanastre and Mt Bur-Omisace for 3,200 gil.
In the Zodiac versions, it provides 23 Defense, +180 HP, +2 Strength, and requires the Light Armor 6 license for 40 LP. It can be bought at Mt Bur-Omisace for 3,200 gil, found as a treasure in Barheim Passage (East-West Bypass) or Paramina Rift (Icebound Flow), stolen from Skull Knight (3% chance), and made in the bazaar for 3,180 gil after selling Coeurl Pelt x4, Tyrant Hide x2, and Ice Magicite x4. It can be equipped by the Machinist, Monk, Archer, and Shikari.
Martial art garment of laced thick cloth.Description
A singlet created by foreign craftsmen and favored by practitioners of the martial arts.Description
The Jujitsu Gi (Judo Outfit on the PlayStation) grants immunity to instant KO and raises physical Attack power by 1, as well as providing +60 HP. It is sold for 4,000 gil in many shops after the battle at Lesalia in Chapter 3.
Fighting clothes preferred by monks.Description
The Judo Uniform teaches Damage > MP to Blue Mages, Morphers, and Gadgeteers, and provides +34 Defense, +8 Resistance, and nullifies Doom. It can be bought for 6,000 gil in the shop after the second shop upgrade.
A fighting suit favored by monks.Description
The Jujitsu Gi is a light armor that grants the wearer immunity to Doom. It provides 34 Defense, and 8 Resistance, and can be bought for 1,280 gil in the shop after creating it in the Bazaar after using a Damascus, Power Fruit, and Pearl Moss.
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Etymology[edit | edit source]
Jujutsu is a Japanese martial art and a method of close combat for defeating an armed and armored opponent in which one uses no weapon or only a short weapon.
Gi is Japanese for "dress" or "clothes".