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Ninja excel at using dark blades. They have the ability to throw weapons, which deal enormous amounts of damage.
—Description
The bearer of this certificate has become a veritable inventory ballista and is deemed worthy if the title of Master Ninja.
—Mastery certificate description

The Ninja is a job class in Final Fantasy III gained in the hidden land of Eureka in the Famicom version, and from the Earth Crystal in the 3D remake versions. Ninjas can deal massive damage by throwing weapons and specialized projectiles at the enemy. In remake versions the Ninja is weaker than in the original version to be equal to other jobs. Ninja is considered to be a powered up version of the Dark Knight, or Magic Knight job. With its high agility, Ninja has many attacks at a slightly lower attack strength, dealing the same damage as a mid job level Knight when first converted.

AbilitiesEdit

NES versionEdit

  • Special ability - None

Ninja lacks a special ability but it can equip almost every weapon. The Ninja can equip Shuriken as normal weapons, which is consumed after the next use of the Fight command. Shuriken is the disposable equivalent to the Onion Sword, therefore, a fully equipped Onion Knight is technically the strongest physical class.

3D remakesEdit

Ninja can throw any weapon in the party's inventory; this is the only way to use Shurikens, which are no longer equippable. Upwards of 10,000 HP of damage can be inflicted this way, although the game will always display such damage as 9,999.

Throw damage and hit rate are determined by the following formulae:

Throw Damage = (Weapon Attack x 2.5 + 100) x (100 + JobLv) x 10 / 99 x Random No. between 1.0 and 1.8
Hit Rate = (95 + JobLv / 22)%

StatsEdit

Level Str Agi Vit Int Mnd Level Str Agi Vit Int Mnd
NES version Remake versions
1 25 25 20 15 15 1 5 5 5 5 5
10 31 31 27 19 19 10 10 11 10 10 10
20 40 40 35 22 22 20 17 20 15 15 15
30 47 47 43 26 26 30 24 28 20 20 20
40 55 55 51 29 29 40 31 36 24 24 24
50 62 62 59 33 33 50 38 45 29 29 29
60 70 70 67 36 36 60 44 53 34 34 34
70 77 77 75 40 40 70 51 61 38 38 38
80 85 85 83 43 43 80 58 69 43 43 43
90 92 92 91 47 47 90 65 78 48 48 48
99 99 99 98 50 50 99 71 85 52 52 52

EquipmentEdit

In the NES original, Ninja could equip any item except for the Onion equipment. For the remake, the Ninja has a more limited equipment list.

WeaponsEdit

Weapons
Daggers Dark Blades Throwing weapons

ArmorEdit

Armor
Shields Head Body Arms

Other appearancesEdit

Dissidia Final FantasyEdit

Dissidia

Dissidia Onion Ninja 2

In Onion Knight's EX Mode, he utilizes the Ninja job class whenever he uses a physical attack. If his EX Burst is activated by a physical HP attack, the Onion Knight will use Shuriken and Back Attack, or just Back Attack if the player fails to select Shuriken. During the EX burst, a Final Fantasy III battle window will appear and the player must select Shuriken under throw section.

A Ghost Card bearing the Final Fantasy III Ninja Player Icon can be fought by the player. The ghost is a Level 100 Onion Knight, and has the Green Gem and Noah's Lute to be won via Battlegen.

Final Fantasy Dimensions IIEdit

FFDII

Onion Ninja Artwork

The Ninja job from appears in the form of the Onion Ninja Phantom Stone.

The Onion Ninja is an wind-elemental summon. The summon's special attack is Elemental Storm, which deals fire, water, wind, and earth-elemental damage four times. Summoning Onion Ninja costs 2 point from the Consumption Gauge.

Onion Ninja allows the wielder to use the following abilities:

Upgrading statsEdit

Rank Maximum Level Phantom Stone Cost Max HP Max MP Max Attack Max Magic Max Speed Components Needed
☆ 5 50 18 ? ? ? ? ? None
☆ 6 50 18 1038 72 127 93 125 ?
☆ 7 60 18 1209 95 147 106 144 ?

Final Fantasy Trading Card GameEdit

TCG Ninja appears with Wind-, Fire-, and Thunder-elemental cards. All four playable characters from the 3D remakes are represented. Onion Knight's Ninja Ex-Mode artwork from Dissidia Final Fantasy is also featured on one card.

Triple Triad (Portal App)Edit

038a Ninja

Ninja from the 3D remake appears on a Triple Triad card.

GalleryEdit

EtymologyEdit

A ninja was a covert agent or mercenary in feudal Japan who specialized in unorthodox warfare. The functions of the ninja included espionage, sabotage, infiltration, and assassination, and open combat in certain situations.