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Cannoneer (砲撃士, Hougekishi?, lit. Bombardier) is a recurring job appearing in a few games in the Final Fantasy series. The class utilizes cannons for various purposes, from direct damage to in inflicting statuses.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy VEdit

V

The Cannoneer is a secret job available only in the Advance version. The Cannoneer's most notable attack is its ability to deal random side-effects.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the RiftEdit

TA2

The Cannoneer is a bangaa-exclusive job. Their long-range attacks and ability to inflict massive damage makes the class formidable.

Final Fantasy Tactics SEdit

TS

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Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

PFF

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Final Fantasy ArtniksEdit

Artniks

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Final Fantasy Trading Card GameEdit

TCG Cannoneer appears with Lightning-, Fire-, and Ice-elemental cards.

Triple Triad (Portal App)Edit

106a Cannoneer

Cannoneer from Final Fantasy V appears on a Triple Triad card.

GalleryEdit

EtymologyEdit

Cannoneer is a term for an artillery gunner, first recorded in the 16th century. Current title is "cannon crewmember," shortened to "cannoneer." Modern cannoneers support infantry units in training and in battlefield are an integral part of combat operations ranging from urban to jungle terrains.

In Japanese the name is "bombardier", an archaic name for artillery crewman.

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