Female Squire.

Squire job command. These are the most fundamental of all battle techniques.

War of the Lions description

Squire (見習い戦士, Minarai Senshi?, lit. Apprentice Warrior) is a recurring job in the Final Fantasy series, first appearing in Final Fantasy Tactics. The base starting class for melee units, but are quite weak compared to most of the other melee jobs.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy Tactics[edit | edit source]

Squire is the basic physical job, though they lose usefulness after the early parts of the story. Ramza, Delita, and Argath are all Squires. Ramza and Delita, however, learn some abilities that other Squires cannot, and have better base stats, while Argath can use two Knight Rend techniques. Unit's that have a special job replace the Squire in the job menu, meaning that these unit's cannot access it.

Final Fantasy Tactics S[edit | edit source]

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Pictlogica Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

Squire appears as an enemy.

Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade[edit | edit source]

Ramza has a Squire appears as a Legend using Squire abilities, Shout and Throw Stone, as well as his unique skill, Ultima.

Final Fantasy Artniks[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy Record Keeper[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy Trading Card Game[edit | edit source]

Squire appears with two Fire-elemental cards.

Triple Triad (Portal App)[edit | edit source]

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A female Squire from Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions appears on a Triple Triad card.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Etymology[edit | edit source]

A squire was the shield bearer or armor bearer of a knight, and at times squires were a knight's errand runner or servant. Use of the term has evolved over time. In the Middle Ages, squires were trainees to a knight but later a leader in an English village.

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