Equip (そうび, Soubi?, lit. Equipment), also known as Equipment, is a recurring command in the Final Fantasy series that appears during battle. This command will allow the player to change equipment mid-battle, usually the the current equipped weapon or shield. This command appears in the older Final Fantasy games, nameless at first, but the remakes of the original were named Equip. Mostly, this command is accessible from within the Items command and by pressing the up button at the top of the player's list of items.
The ability to change equipment during battle does not exist in the Nintendo version, but the command was introduced as a named command for the Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls version. It appears within the character's battle menu command. It is also accessible through the Items command by pressing the button.
The ability to change equipment during battle in the series first appeared in Final Fantasy II on the original Nintendo release. The player is able to change the current equipped weapon and shield as well as equipping items. It is accessible through the Items command.
The ability to change equipment during battle through the Item command is available to the player, allowing them to change the R.Hand and L.Hand, either two weapons or shields can be equipped. In the 3D remakes, the command is named Equipment which is found on a character's battle menu. The command can also be access from the Item menu as well.
The player can change the current equipped weapon or shield via the Items menu. item magic is access from the Equip menu. In the original Super Nintendo version of the game, the player is able to duplicate weapons and shields during battle.
Similar to Final Fantasy IV, both weapon and shield can be change via the Items command in the versions prior to the mobile release. In the mobile version, it was made into its own command separated from the Items menu. Item magic is also access from within the Equip menu.
Similar to both Final Fantasy IV and Final Fantasy V, weapon and shield can be change during battle from the Items menu in the versions prior to the mobile version. In the mobile version of the game, it was made into its own command separated from the Items menu.