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FFVI Kenpo Gi Artwork

Official art from Final Fantasy VI.

Training vesture common in the eastern kingdoms.
—In-game description, Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

The Kenpogi (けんぽうぎ, Kenpōgi?), also known as Kenpo Gi, is a recurring piece of light armor from the series. It is sometimes exclusive to the Monk Job, and grants bonuses to physical status.

AppearancesEdit

Final FantasyEdit

I

An outfit favored by martial artists.
—Description

The Kenpogi grants +28 Defense, +1 Weight, and +3 Strength. It can only be found in Whisperwind Cove, Earthgift Shrine, and Lifespring Grotto.

Final Fantasy IIIEdit

III The Kenpo Gi can be found in Tokkul and bought in Village of the Ancients and the Dwarven Hollows for 2,000 gil. It can be equipped by Freelancers, Onion Knights, Monks, Black Belts, and Ninjas.

In the NES version, it provides 6 Defense and 3 Magic Defense, and 8% Evasion. In the 3D versions, it provides 20 Defense, 8 Magic Defense, and +1 to Speed and Vitality.

Final Fantasy IVEdit

IV

Clothes favored among martial artists.
—Description

The Kenpogi appears as a clothing type armor with 5 Defense, 2 Magic Defense, 10 Evasion (20 in the 3D version), 1 Magic Evasion, and +3 Strength. It can be purchased at Baron for 4,000 gil, and is part of Yang's initial equipment in the 3D version.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

FFIVTAY The Kenpo Gi appears as an armor that provides 5 Defense, 2 Magic Defense, 10% Evasion, 1% Magic Evasion, and +3 Strength. It can be bought for 4,000 gil.

Final Fantasy VEdit

V

Comfortable clothes favored by martial artists.
—Description

The Kenpo Gi is a clothing armor which grants +5 Defense, +2 Magic Defense, and +1 Strength, with a weight of 3. It can be bought in Walse for 500 gil. It can be equipped by Knights, Monks, Thieves, Dragoons, Ninjas, Samurais, Berserkers, Rangers, Mystic Knights, Blue Mages, Red Mages, Mediators, Chemists, Dancers, Cannoneers, Gladiators, and Mimes.

Final Fantasy VIEdit

VI

FFVI iOS Gau Kenpogi
Martial arts uniform that offers excellent mobility.
—Description

The Kenpo Gi is a light armor which provides 34 Defense and 23 Magic Defense. It is Sabin's default equipment, and can also be equipped by Locke, Shadow, and Gau. It can be bought in South Figaro, Mobliz, and Nikeah for 250 gil.

Final Fantasy XIEdit

XI Kenpogi is a name used to refer to some body armor worn by Monks, Samurai, and Ninjas.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant WingsEdit

FFXIIRW

Training vesture common in the eastern kingdoms.
—In-game description for Kenpogi

Kenpogi is the second weakest armor for Vaan, providing +18 Defense and +12 Magick Defense. It can be bought in the shop or as a reward from completing Mission 2-3.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of FatesEdit

FFCCRoF Martial Arts Gi is the only kenpogi to appear and grants +10 Attack and +45 Defense.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a KingEdit

FFCCMLaaK Kenpogi is a high-ranked robe, usable at level 75, and provides 70 Defense. It is bought for 2,250 gil.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of TimeEdit

FFCCEoT

Clothes worn by martial arts ascetics with fists of iron. For all tribes.
—Kung Fu Gi description
Clothing designed for comfort in combat. For all tribes.
—Martial Arts Gi description

The Kung Fu Gi is a low-ranked armor that can be used by any race and gender. It provides 4 attack and 18 defense at level 1, while at level 30 it provides 14 attack and 85 defense. It also has one empty slot, comes with the ability Monk Wisdom. It must be obtained from a chest in Aqueducts 2 in Normal mode, and then created for 320 gil by using Silk x2 and a Giant Toad Meat. When turned into a jewel, a level 3-9 Kung Fu Gi makes a Monkite, level 10-19 makes a Will Stone 2, and level 20-30 makes a Strength Stone 5.

The stronger Martial Arts Gi is a mid-ranked armor that can be used by an race and gender. It provides 4 attack and 20 defense at level 1, while at level 30 it provides 14 attack and 85 defense. It also provides one empty slot and comes with the ability Arm Boost 1. It must be obtained from a chest during the mission Monster Collector 1 on Normal mode, and then created for 350 gil by using Silk x3 and a Sturdy Vine. When turned into a jewel, a level 3-9 Martial Arts Gi makes a Might Malachite, level 10-19 makes a Monkite, and level 20-30 makes a Will Stone 5.

Bravely DefaultEdit

BD

A padded vest for practicing the martial arts. It is loose and light, allowing the martial artist to move freely. Patchwork is applied at crucial points to reinforce the garment, making it exceedingly durable.
—Description

The Kenpo Gi is armor that provides 3 P.Def, 1 M.Def, +5 Evade and +2 Agility. It can be bought in Caldisla for 100 pg.

Final Fantasy DimensionsEdit

FFD

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Dissidia Final FantasyEdit

Dissidia Kenpo Gi is a level 27 armor that provides +956 HP. It is bought for 5,950 gil.

Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

Dissidia012 Kenpo Gi returns as a level 1 clothing that provides +1,155 HP, +25 Bravery, and -2 Defense. It can be obtained by trading 17,760 gil.

Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

PFF

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

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Final Fantasy Brave ExviusEdit

FFBE

A garb worn by aspiring martial artists who want to train their bodies and hone their fighting skills. This attire made for training purposes offers more flexibility than actual protection or power. Martial artists believe their bodies should be the source of their strength, therefore they use this garb to train until they have surpassed their own limits. This daily practice allows them to come one step closer to their ideal condition.
—Description
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EtymologyEdit

Kenpo is the Japanese pronunciation of "Kung Fu."

Gi is Japanese for "dress" or "clothes".

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