Mystic Knight (魔法剣士, Mahōkenshi?, lit. "Magic Fencer"), also known as Rune Fencer, Sorcerer, Spellblade or Spell Fencer, is a recurring job in the Final Fantasy series. Skilled in both magic and swordsmanship, they fuse both arts into Spellblade and are resistant to magic as a whole.
- Main article: Dark Knight (Final Fantasy III)
In the NES version of Final Fantasy III, the Dark Knight was instead a Mystic Knight, and was able to use White Magic up to Level 3.
- Main article: Mystic Knight (Final Fantasy V)
The Mystic Knight fuses magic spells which includes damaging spells or status inducing spells into their equipped sword. The wielder will smite enemies with his/her Spellblade.
Final Fantasy IX has a strong allusion to this job. Provided Vivi is in the party and not incapacitated, Steiner can use Sword Magic with Vivi's aid. Only the damaging Black Magic spells (e.g. Fire) can be used as Sword Magic, not Status Effect-inducing spells (e.g. Slow), and Vivi must know the spell in question. The attack uses Steiner's turn and MP, and does not affect Vivi's MP or ATB gauge.
- Main article: Spellblade (Tactics A2)
The Spellblade is a job exclusive to the viera, which uses Blade Arts to inflict negative statuses onto their enemies.
- Main article: Spell Fencer (The 4 Heroes of Light)
Spell Fencers enchant their weapons with magic spells to deal more damage to their foes, and can also shield themselves from magic. Krinjh joins the player's party as a Spell Fencer.
- Main article: Spell Fencer (Bravely Default)
The Spell Fencer job is an optional job in the game. The job will be available after obtaining the Spell Fencer Asterisk by truly defeating Spell Fencer Khint alongside Time Mage Khamer during Chapter 1's Sub-Scenarios.
The Mystic Knight card reappears in the new Labyrinth mode, but this time increases the chances of party cards appearing.
The Mystic Knight is also an advanced job that can be selected for a character in the player's Party for Quick Battle, Friend Cards, or wireless matches. It is unlocked with the powers of the Black Mage and Dark Knight, and grants 50% damage reduction and 100% damage increase when the character is in critical health.
The Mystic Knight appears as a character card.
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- Main article: Mystic Knight (Airborne Brigade)
Mystic Knight is unlocked by defeating the Boss at Snowbound Mining Town 7, Kolts Region.
- “A cape, turban, and spell-imbued blade are the telltale signs of this swordmage.”
The Mystic Knight is a character available to the party, he uses the Firaga Sword ability during battle. Unlocks at level 20.