Gilgamesh: Enough expository banter!
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When is this class called the Master? I own both versions and it's called the Karateka in the NES fan translation and the Black Belt in the remake. We should remove that its been called the Master. HyperKnux (talk) 04:48, August 9, 2013 (UTC)

The following section of the article:

"Raising the Job Level of a Black Belt will raise his/her bare handed attack by 2, while Leveling up will boost the barehanded attack by 3.

Using this technique, it is possible for a Black Belt to reach a maximum attack power of 491, dealing massive damage of 30,000-40,000 per hit, after minus defense. Leave Luneth for dead at Lv2, and train the other characters, return and train Luneth when the fourth crystal is received, when using boost two times, it is possible to reach the max damage cap of 99,999."

Seems to be incorrect. As I understand it, the only thing that is kept across jobs is HP. A Luneth that has been trained as a Black Belt from Lv2 to Lv100 should have the same barehanded attack as a Refia who spent Lv1 to Lv100 as a White Mage and then changed to a Black Belt. Their HP will however be different since job affects HP on level up. 12:59, February 6, 2016 (UTC)

Thanks for fixing the error. :) I don't think we have many editors here who have played FFIII.Keltainentoukokuu (talk) 15:51, February 6, 2016 (UTC)
Shouldn't the maximum be 495, because 99*3+99*2 = 495? 00:01, June 2, 2018 (UTC)
Maybe you don't level up 99 times? If you start from LV1 you will level 98 times to get to 99. That's 490+1 in case you started with the 1. It would be good to know where the math is from. (I have not played this game.)Keltainentoukokuu (talk) 00:20, June 2, 2018 (UTC)
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