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I'm nothing but a simple adventurer who travels the world seeking new places to visit. The fox here is my faithful companion.
—Adventurer in Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light

The Adventurer is a character from Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light, Bravely Default, and Bravely Second: End Layer. The Adventurer is a traveler with a fox for a companion who appears to not be human, such as being unaffected by the magic of Arbor that keeps normal humans from entering freely and seemingly appearing in other dimensions.

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AppearanceEdit

The Adventurer appears to have brown hair, but in fact has long silver hair and yellow eyes. She wears a red jacket with a blue sash around her waist and a disheveled red hat. Her head and lower face is covered in a brown scarf. She wears brown fingerless gloves. She has light purple boots and a large tan backpack with a sleeping bag wrapped up on top. She carries a sword in a blue sheath.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of LightEdit

4HoL The Adventurer mainly allows Brandt and the others to record their adventures when they talk to her.

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Bravely DefaultEdit

BD The Adventurer allows the player to save the game while in towns or dungeons and sells restorative items and rare equipment from village. The variety of items is limited at first, but grows as the player rebuilds the village. She also gives the player access to bots, computer players that can be used for Friend Summons or Abilinking, with a maximum of four bots. The bots will update at regular intervals upon speaking to the Adventurer.

Bravely Second: End LayerEdit

BS The Adventurer serves the same function as she did in Bravely Default, allowing the player to save the game, buy items from Fort-Lune, and access multiplayer features. In certain areas, the Adventurer will give the player the option to stay in a cottage and heal their party.

In the final moments of the game, the Adventurer aids in reviving a dying Tiz by taking Magnolia's hourglass back in time, appearing as the figure in the green-outfit that Tiz met at the start of his first adventure. Over the course of Bravely Default, Tiz unknowingly fills the hourglass with the wishes, dreams, and desires of himself and everyone he ever met, enabling it to save his life by the time he needed it. As Agnès races to Tiz's side with the hourglass that has been in her possession, the Adventurer reveals her identity as a woman named Deneb and bids the party farewell.

Apparently, she's an old friend of Altair and Vega.

Bravely Archive: D’s ReportEdit

BADR The Adventurer appears as a boss and as the final character dungeon of Bravely Archive.

It is revealed in chapter 40 that Dahlia’s true identity is Deneb.

GameplayEdit

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of LightEdit

The Adventurer and the Faithful Fox are fought as bosses inside the Trial Tower.

Bravely DefaultEdit

The Adventurer and the Comrade appear as hidden bosses. To find them, the player needs to go through the wall behind the treasure chest that holds Durandal in the last floor of Dimension's Hasp.

Bravely Second: End LayerEdit

The Adventurer and the Comrade once again appear as hidden bosses, this time in a two-phase fight. They can be found at the end of Dimension's Cauldron.

Bravely Archive: D's ReportEdit

The Adventurer and the Comrade appear as the final Character Dungeon. She has a 5 percent chance of dropping the Mark of The Adventurer.

Other appearancesEdit

Bravely Default: Praying BrageEdit

BDPB The Adventurer is an obtainable unit.

Other mediaEdit

GamesEdit

In Fantasy Earth Zero, the Adventurer's costume appeared in a collaboration event.[1]

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EtymologyEdit

An adventurer is someone who undertakes into the unknown, often having a connotation of danger and excitement.

The Adventurer's true name, Deneb is the brightest star in the constellation Cygnus and one of the vertices of the Summer Triangle. It is the 19th brightest star in the night sky, with an apparent magnitude of 1.25. A blue-white supergiant, Deneb is also one of the most luminous nearby stars.

Deneb is also referred as the bridge between Vega and Altair in the Tanabata lore. In a few representations of this story, in order for the young lovers to meet, crows and ravens flocked to their aid. By piling themselves over one another to create a bridge to link the two flooded shores, the two lovers are finally able to meet.

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