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Mog Knight from Final Fantasy Tactics Advance.

Moogle Knight (モーグリナイト, Mōguri Naito?), also called Mog Knight, is a recurring job in the Final Fantasy series for moogles, appearing in the Tactics series of games.


Final Fantasy Tactics Advance[]

The Mog Knights are small moogle warriors with brave hearts. Mog Knights are the pure powerhouses of the moogle job. They wield powerful blades and they have a nice array of abilities that can give them the upper hand.

While their Attack growth is good, their below average Speed growth can be a handicap unless compensated by either Animist/Black Mage for more magically balanced characters, or Thief for the best Speed growth for moogles. They can be seen as a counterpart to the Fighter, a hume job.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift[]

Moogle Knight is a job class for moogles. They wield blades like Fighters and Gladiators. The moogle variation of Ultima, Ultima Charge, is available to this job. Moogle Knights boast great HP, Defense, and Attack unique to other moogle jobs, considering that most of them are poor in physical stat growth so that players wanting a melee moogle unit should turn to it.

Final Fantasy Tactics S[]

The Moogle Knights had strength in numbers when it came to pairing up with a battle party.

Final Fantasy Trading Card Game[]

Moogle Knight appears in Final Fantasy Trading Card Game as Water-elemental Forward cards.



The moogle's Japanese name, Mōguri (モーグリ), is a portmanteau of the words for mole (土竜, mogura?) and bat (蝙蝠, kōmori?). "Moogle" is the localized version of Mōguri, losing the pun, though "moogle" has started to appear in Japanese sources as well.

A knight is a mounted soldier in armor who served his sovereign or lord in the Middle Ages. The word comes from Old English cniht ("boy" or "servant"), a cognate of the German word Knecht ("servant, bondsman, vassal"). In most European languages (with the notable exception of English), the word for "knight" comes from "horse", thus implying that a knight is a "noble horseman" or a "horse-mounted nobleman".