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Artwork for Berserker.

These seeq warriors rely on their instincts, attacking with savage blows.

Berserker is a job in Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift available to the seeq. It focuses on dealing massive damage and smashing the opponent's armor, allowing for even more damage to be dealt. Despite the job's name its only Berserk-inducing ability is Critical: Berserk.


Weapons Head Body Equip Shields?
Knuckles Hats Light Armor No

Move Jump Evasion Unarmed
Attack Raise
Resilience HP MP Atk Def Mgk Res Spd
4 2 0 18 35 A H C F F F 48%



These ferocious attacks of the BERSERKER defy the conventions of battle and belief.

Skill Source Equipment Effect Range AP To Master
Scream Poison Knuckles Removes positive statuses of surrounding units. All sides 300
Hone Senses Survivor Raises critical hit chance. Self 200
Furore Kaiser Knuckles Damages and knocks back all adjacent units. All sides 200
Ground Shaker Death Claws Earth damage in a line from the user. 4-sq. line in front of user 350
Smite of Rage Cat Claws Damages and inflicts random status. Weapon range 350
Inner Calm Metal Knuckles Raises Evade. Self 250
Helm Smash Godhand Damages and may destroy helm. 1 400
Smash Tiger Fangs Damages and may destroy accessory. 1 400


Skill Source Equipment Effect AP To Master
Critical: Berserk Gauntlets Self-inflicts Berserk when in critical HP. 150
Counter Headband Counterattacks when damaged. 150


Skill Source Equipment Effect AP To Master
Attack↑ Leather Knuckles Increases Attack. 150
Death Strike Bracer Increases critical hit rate. 150

Other appearancesEdit

Final Fantasy Trading Card GameEdit


Berserker Seeq TCG

Berserker appears with an Earth-elemental card.



Berserker was originally a term for Norse warriors who fought with uncontrollable rage and reckless disregard for their own lives. The term itself is typically translated as "bear's skin" in reference to the animal skins Vikings would wear into battle. Theories about what causes berserkergang, the fury Berserkers go into, include possession by an animal spirit, drunken rage, and ritualistic dancing. Berserkers are often depicted in art as men with crazed eyes biting their shields in anticipation of battle.