Warriors are weapon experts. Their Advance ability allows them to deal even more damage than normal, but they also get hit a lot harder.Description
The bearer of this certificate has experienced countless hours of rigorous battle and is deemed worthy of the title of Master Warrior.Mastery certificate description
The Warrior, also known as Fighter, is a job class in Final Fantasy III gained from the Wind Crystal. In the opening FMV of the remakes, Luneth is depicted as a Warrior. Warriors have a high aptitude for wielding swords in battle. Having focused all their training on physical combat, they cannot use magic.
In the NES version, the Warrior's overworld and battle sprites are nearly identical to Firion's from the original version of Final Fantasy II, which in turn were also slight modifications to the Warrior sprite from the original Final Fantasy.
- Command ability - None
The Warrior (Fighter) has no special command. Initially, they are the power houses, providing the best boosts to all physical stats. Once the Knight job is unlocked, this job loses its usefulness.
- Command ability - Advance
The Advance command lets the Warrior sacrifice some defense in order to strike harder. Both the damage bonus and defense reduction are related to the Warrior's current job level using the following formulas:
Which give the following results:
|Job Level||Damage Multiplier||Defense Reduction|
|NES version||3D versions|
Warrior appears in Final Fantasy Trading Card Game as Fire-, Earth-, and Lightning-elemental Forward cards. All main characters from the 3D remakes are represented.
Warrior appears on a Triple Triad card in Final Fantasy Portal App.