A playable character is a character one controls in a video game. In Final Fantasy, and in most RPGs, the player is usually given a large cast of playable characters, but can only control a few at a time.
Playable characters per gameEdit
- Rod (Male)
- Gun (Female)
- Two Guns (Male)
- Shotgun (Female)
- Martial Arts (Male)
- Martial Arts (Female)
- Katana (Male)
- Shuriken (Female)
- Nunchaku (Male)
- Knife (Female)
- Legend (Male)
As Final Fantasy XI is an MMORPG, players create their own characters.
In all the Tactics titles, generic characters can be recruited on several occasions. In Final Fantasy Tactics, enemy Monsters can be invited to the party and Human players can be recruited in towns and invited to the party in the same way as Monsters.
- Count Cidolfus Orlandeau
- Construct 8
- Luso (War of the Lions only)
- Balthier (War of the Lions only)
In all the Tactics titles, generic characters can be recruited on several occasions. In Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, new recruits will randomly ask to join the player's clan after missions.
- Ezel Berbier
- Babus Swain
- Cid Randell
In all the Tactics titles, generic characters can be recruited on several occasions. In Final Fantasy Tactics A2, new recruits will appear monthly in certain areas, ready to be recruited.
In Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles, the player creates their own characters, choosing from four races.
In Echoes of Time, adventurers can be recruited at the town.