- "Ninjutsu... It seems similar to black magic, yet somehow different."
- Flame - The Fire Ninjutsu, also known as Fire Veil and Katon.
- Blitz - The Lightning Ninjutsu, also known as Raijin and Raiton.
- Flood - The Water Ninjutsu, also known as Suiton.
- Frost - The Ice Ninjutsu, also known as Hyoton.
- Tremor - The Earth Ninjutsu, also known as Doton.
- Gale - The Wind Ninjutsu, also known as Fujin and Fuujin.
- Heal Pill - A healing Ninjutsu, it restores the target's HP. It has an upgraded form called Heal Salve.
- Smoke - A Ninjutsu that creates clouds of smoke, allowing the party to Flee from battle safely. Also called Smoke Bomb.
- Shadowbind - A Ninjutsu that paralyzes the target.
- Mirage - Acting similarly to the Blink spell, it creates illusory copies of the user to avoid physical attacks.
- Main article: List of Final Fantasy IV Spells#Ninjutsu
In the Nintendo DS version Edge learns three new Ninjutsu: Tremor, an Earth-elemental attack, Frost, an Ice-elemental attack, and Gale, a Wind-elemental attack. Edge learns new Ninjutsu techniques as he levels up, with the exception of Flood and Blitz, which he learns after going into a rage at Rubicante after his parents had died at the hands of Dr. Lugae.
Ninjutsu returns in the sequel of Final Fantasy IV, and its Edge exclusive ability. It functions the same way as it did in the prequel.
Ninjutsu spells return in Final Fantasy IV: The After Years. Ninjutsu works in the same way as in the original Final Fantasy IV. The new characters Izayoi, Gekkou, Zangetsu, and Tsukinowa can now use Ninjutsu in addition to Edge.
There are also new, more powerful spells and new healing spells that have been added to the Ninjutsu arsenal. Each of the five Ninja has his or her own individual Ninjutsu spell list, with some spells being available or unavailable to certain characters.
- Main article: Ninja (Final Fantasy XI)#Ninjutsu List
Ninjutsu is only available to Ninja or those who set Ninja as their subjob. Instead of using MP, Ninjutsu functions by consuming Ninja Tools which must be kept in a player's inventory. Ninjutsu comes in three different forms, enfeebling, enhancing, and offensive, although unlike White and Black magic, the form of Ninjutsu has no significance: they all are based on a single magic skill called Ninjutsu skill. The most commonly used Ninjutsu are Utsusemi: Ichi and Utsusemi: Ni, which allow a ninja to absorb a number of attacks equal to the number of copy images. Utsusemi forms the basis of a ninja tank.
- Main article: Ninja (Tactics Advance)
The Ninja uses an ability called Ninja Skill, which includes Throw and a variety of elemental status-inflicting "Veil" attacks. There are five veil spells, each corresponding to one of the traditional Chinese elements (Fire, Water, Metal, Wood, and Earth).
- Main article: Ninja (Tactics A2)
The Ninja makes another appearance. This time, the class ability is named Ninjutsu. It uses the same moves as in Final Fantasy Tactics Advance.
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