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A suit of armor received from the goddess Etro in Valhalla.
Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII description

Knight of Etro (女神の騎士, Megami no Kishi?, lit. Knight of the Goddess) is a recurring role and appearance taken by Lightning in the Final Fantasy series. Originating from Final Fantasy XIII-2, Lightning receives the armor set from the goddess Etro in Valhalla.

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Knight of Etro resembles the silver armor of a knight; a spike appears at the center of the chestplate and has a gold bird mounted on it where Lightning's l'Cie brand used to be. Spikes also appear on Knight of Etro's elbows and knees. A sash of white feathers covers the her left hip. The white feathers symbolize the presence of goddess Etro and divinity.

In terms of gameplay, Knight of Etro is a versatile job.

In Mobius Final Fantasy, Wol's version of Knight of Etro gives him black leggings.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy XIII-2Edit

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Concept artwork of Knight of Etro.

The Knight of Etro is a role bestowed upon Lightning shortly after the events of Final Fantasy XIII.

She wears the armor set throughout the entire game and in the DLC scenario "Lightning's Story: Requiem of the Goddess." In the latter, it grants Lightning access to six Paradigm roles: Paladin, a version of Commando; Shaman, a version of Ravager that focuses on wind-attributed physical attacks; Mage, a version of Ravager that focuses on lightning-attributed spells; Knight, a version of Sentinel; Conjurer, a version of Synergist; and Sorcerer, a version of Saboteur.


Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIIIEdit

Knight of Etro is one of Lightning's garbs. It raises her maximum ATB by 20, and it allows her to start battles with a full ATB gauge. Knight of Etro lacks locked abilities.

In a promotional trailer, Lightning wears Knight of Etro in a clash with Caius Ballad inside the Temple of the Goddess.

Dissidia Final Fantasy NTEdit

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Knight of the Goddess is one of Lightning's alternate costumes. It grants access to both the Overture gunblade and Goddess's Grace shield. The attire has different colorations available. It costs 10,800 gil in the shop.

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera OmniaEdit

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Knight of Etro is an alternate costume for Lightning.

Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

Knight of Etro appears as a character.

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

Knight of Etro appears as a Wardrobe Record for Lightning. It is merely an aesthetic change and does not provide any special effects. Knight of Etro is also incorporated into Lightning's Burst Soul Break, Requiem of the Goddess.

The armor piece based on Knight of Etro called Knight of Etro Model (XIII) also appears, bearing a Super Soul Break for Lightning.

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Final Fantasy Brave ExviusEdit

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Mobius Final FantasyEdit

Knight of Etro appears as a costume for Wol.

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Non-Final Fantasy guest appearancesEdit

Puzzle & DragonsEdit

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Knight of Etro appears as part of the collaboration with Final Fantasy. It is an outfit for Lightning's first evolution.

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Monster StrikeEdit

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EtymologyEdit

A knight is a mounted soldier in armor who served his sovereign or lord in the Middle Ages.

TriviaEdit

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