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Curtis is one of three permanent party members of Final Fantasy Legend III. He is a mutant who was sent along with Arthur from the future. He is proficient in casting Black Magic.

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StoryEdit

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Curtis is one of three children that was brought to the Present World from the future by Borgin before the start of the game. Curtis, Arthur, Gloria, and Sharon were all trained by Myron at the Battle Simulator. After their last battle at the Simulator. Arthur, Curtis, and Gloria decides to leave Dharm so they can change the future.

After Xagor's defeat, he along with Arthur and Gloria all decide to live in the Present World.

Spoilers end here.

GameplayEdit

Curtis is a mutant whose innate element is Air. As with all four main characters in Final Fantasy Legend III, Curtis's possible transformations depend on his current form (see Transformations for more information). Like all four main characters, he is capable of equipping all weapons and armor, and can learn all spells. His starting stats lean towards attributes in magic power and MP, which make him a potential offensive or defensive mage.

Level HP MP Attack Defence Agility Magic Hit Evade M.Def. M.Evade Equipment
1 40 45 5 6 11 5 76 2 2 2 FFLIII HammerBattle
FFLIII ArmorLeather

Other appearancesEdit

SaGa Compilation Trading Card GameEdit

Curtis makes an appearance as a card in the card game.

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EtymologyEdit

Curtis's Japanese name, Polnareff, is possibly takes it reference from Michel Polnareff, a French singer who was popular between the mid-60s and early 80s.

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