Sarah, a divine young woman whose past is shrouded in mystery, was taken prisoner by the Empire aboard their most secure airship for reasons unknown. Though naturally quiet in nature, her grace and poise suggest that she may be more than she appears...
Sarah, also called Lassah, is a playable character from Final Fantasy Dimensions. She is a princess from the Kingdom of Burtgang who has been taken captive by an imperial airship before being saved by Nacht and the twins Dusk and Alba. She ended up becoming one of the four Warriors of Light chosen by the crystal of Lux.
Sarah has wavy blue hair past her shoulders, and wears a yellow shawl over a white robe with baggy sleeves, green bodice and purple trim, held by a thick black and silver belt. The robe is split up the front to reveal white trousers, black shin guards and silver sandals. The primary color of her various job costumes is orange, and green being her secondary color.
Sarah is the youngest daughter of the King of Burtgang. She was evacuated from the castle when the royal family was attacked by a ninja clan sent by the Avalon Empire as an act of treachery. She went into hiding under the false name Lassah with the former knight commander acting as her father. After the commander had died, she returned to Burtgang where Cid of the Avalonian Empire arrested her and brought her to Harmonia. There she met Nacht and the twins Dusk and Alba, whom she was forced to work with to steal the Crystal of Lux. However, when they reach the Crystal Temple, the Crystal suddenly shatters, dividing the world between light and dark with Sarah made into one of the four Warriors of Light.
Though Sol distrusted her at first, her story of Burtgang being betrayed made him consider the possibility that the Avalonian Empire is untrustworthy before finding it out for himself.
Starting stats Edit
Stat growth Edit
While Sarah is generally best suited for mage jobs, she has enough growth in Speed and HP for her to invest in others like Red Mage, Thief and Bard.
Other appearances Edit
Sarah appears on a card depicting her official artwork.
Sarah is named after a recurring support character, Princess Sarah. Sera is Latin for "heavenly" or "winged angel", and also a variant of the name Sarah, (שָׂרָה in Hebrew) the Hebrew name for "princess", or a woman of high rank.