Monks are very resilient melee fighters. Their Retaliate ability allows them to counterattack while on the defensive.Description
The bearer of this certificate has demonstrated supreme proficiency in the martial arts and is deemed worthy of the title of Master Monk.Mastery certificate description
The Monk is a job class in Final Fantasy III. It is gained from the Wind Crystal. Monks are highly proficient in the martial arts. Although they are only able to equip claws and knuckles, they are highly adept at using their bare hands in combat. Armor selection is also limited. The amount of damage dealt to the target depends on the type of enemy, ranging from large to small amounts. A Monk's attack power when fighting with bare hands is equal to Job Level x 2.
Abilities[edit | edit source]
NES version[edit | edit source]
- Command ability - None
The Monk has no special command. Depending on job levels, s/he gets a boost from just physically attacking with no weapon equipped. Once the Black Belt (Karateka) job is unlocked, this job loses its usefulness.
3D versions[edit | edit source]
- Command ability - Retaliate
When Retaliate is chosen, the Monk will counterattack for 2x damage if they are hit until their next turn, and will also increase their defense for the turn it is used by an amount equal to their current Defense + Job Level. Works on multiple enemies.
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Other appearances[edit | edit source]
Monk appears in Final Fantasy Trading Card Game as Earth-elemental Backup cards.
Ingus as a Monk appears on a Triple Triad card in Final Fantasy Portal App.