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Sing (うたう, Utau?) is used by the Bard job class in Final Fantasy III. In the original Famicom version, it attacks the enemy with the currently equipped harp, possibly inflicting a status effect depending on the harp.

3D remake[]

In the 3D remake version, each of the harps gives a different song to sing: most of them support the whole party with protective spells, and one deals damage to all enemies.

Song Harp Required Description
Minne Madhura Harp Casts Protect on all party members. Formula:
Recipient's Defense + (20 + Recipient's JobLv / 11)%
Minuet Loki Harp Casts Haste on all party members. Formula:
Recipient's Attack + (20 + Recipient's JobLv / 11)%
Requiem Lamia Harp Damages all enemies based on their current HP. Formula:
Damage Inflicted = Enemy's Current HP x (10 + JobLv / 11)%
Paeon Dream Harp Restores all party members based on their max HP. Formula:
HP Recovery = Recipient's Max HP x (10 + JobLv / 11)%
Elegy Apollo Harp Casts Shell on all party members. Formula:
Recipient's Magic Defense + (20 + Recipient's JobLv / 11)%

Pixel Remaster[]

In the Pixel Remaster, songs are not tied to harps but learned by the Bard at certain job levels.

Song Job Level Description
Paeon 1 Restores HP to the entire party.
Minuet 10 Increases the entire party's attack power and intellect.
Elegy 20 Decreases damage taken by the entire party.
Requiem 30 Causes a randomized status ailment to all enemies.

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