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Knight (ナイト, Naito?) is a job from Final Fantasy Tactics. They are the first real physical job a player acquires, with abilities that focus mainly on disabling human characters by lowering their stats or destroying their equipment. The Rend equipment abilities will fail against a target who has equipped the support ability Safeguard and will do damage equal to a normal attack if the target does not have the corresponding equipment. It costs 3,750 JP to master this job.

Leveling Knight up to level 3 unlocks the Monk, leveling up to level 4 with Dragoon and Monk unlocks Samurai. Mastering the job as well as getting the jobs Samurai, Ninja, Geomancer, Black Mage, and Dragoon to level 8, and having 20 kills with the character (meaning the enemy is crystallized or dropped a treasure chest) is needed to unlock the Dark Knight job.

While the sprites of knights from the Order of the Northern Sky and the Order of the Southern Sky use almost the same color scheme, they can be distinguished by examining the emblem color on the cape. Blue emblem represents the Northern Sky, and red emblem is of the Southern Sky.

StatsEdit

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A brave and chivalrous warrior of unmatched skill. Uses a knight's sword to unleash the Arts of War.
Prerequisite Weapons Helmet Armor Equip Shields?
Lv. 2 Squire Swords, Knight Swords Helmets Armor, Robes Yes
Move Rate Jump Rate Speed Physical Evasion Rate Base Attack Base Magic Base HP Base MP
3 3 8 10% High Average High Average

AbilitiesEdit

Arts of War/Battle SkillEdit

Knight job command. Enables the use of "Rend" skills that destroy equipment or reduce attributes.

In the PlayStation version, the first four abilities are useless against enemies that cannot equip armor or weapons (i.e. "monsters"). This was changed in the PSP version. The Dual Wield ability (acquired using the Ninja job) allows the player to take two chances at "rending" equipment and statistics. For example, players can rend an enemy's speed twice in one turn.

The formula for the success of breaking an item is as follows:

Physical Attack + PWR + Weapon strength

The formula for the success of reducing stats are as follows:

Physical Attack + PWR
Name Range Effect Speed JP Needed
Rend Helm
(Head Break)
Depends on equipped weapon 0 Now 300
A technique that destroys the item equipped on the target's head.
Rend Armor
(Armor Break)
Depends on equipped weapon 0 Now 400
A technique that destroys the item equipped on the target's body.
Rend Shield
(Shield Break)
Depends on equipped weapon 0 Now 300
A technique that destroys the target's equipped shield.
Rend Weapon
(Weapon Break)
Depends on equipped weapon 0 Now 400
A technique that destroys the target's equipped weapon.
Rend MP
(Magic Break)
Depends on equipped weapon 0 Now 250
A technique that reduces the target's MP.
Rend Speed
(Speed Break)
Depends on equipped weapon 0 Now 250
A technique that reduces the target's Speed.
Rend Power
(Power Break)
Depends on equipped weapon 0 Now 250
A technique that reduces the target's physical attack power.
Rend Magick
(Mind Break)
Depends on equipped weapon 0 Now 250
A technique that reduces the target's magickal attack power.

Reaction AbilitiesEdit

Name Description Trigger JP Needed
Parry
(Weapon Guard)
Block physical attacks with the equipped weapon. Physical Attack 200

Support AbilitiesEdit

Name Description JP Needed
Equip Heavy Armor
(Equip Armor)
Equip helms and armor, regardless of job. 500
Equip Shields
(Equip Shield)
Equip shields, regardless of job. 250
Equip Swords
(Equip Sword)
Equip swords, regardless of job. 400

Other appearancesEdit

Dissidia Final Fantasy (2015)Edit

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Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

PFF Knight Enemy

The Knight from Final Fantasy Tactics appears as an enemy.

Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

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Final Fantasy Brave ExviusEdit

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Final Fantasy Trading Card GameEdit

Knight appears with two Ice-elemental cards.

Non-Final Fantasy guest appearancesEdit

Knights of the CrystalsEdit

Knight appears as a card in the Ivalice Special Arena has a limited-time special arena with eighteen floors.

GalleryEdit

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