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4HoL

PartyPaladin
Defend yourself even better when equipped with a shield!
—In-game description.

Paladin (パラディン, Paradin?) is a crown in Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light obtained by defeating Lucifer in Spelvia.

The Paladin is a decent addition in battle, since their special ability allows the player to defend themselves better with shields. Like traditional Paladins, they focus on defending themselves and their allies and have decent defensive magic capabilities. If Paladin has the Bait ability active and uses Avenge after a number of turns, the Paladin can increase its overall strength by a great amount.

The crown has great proficiency with swords and spears which makes them pretty powerful damage dealers. The crown has the highest HP growth out of all the crowns in the game and the job class armor, Paladin Armor, provides a 20% boost in HP.

StatsEdit

HP Strength Intellect Spirit
1.7 1.4 0.9 1.0


Short Sword Sword Bow Staff Spear Axe Book Harp
C A C B A C C C


Offensive Magic Recovery Magic Evade Magic Evade
C C B C

AbilitiesEdit

Name Description AP Gems Needed Image
Cover Shelter an ally from an attack and take the damage yourself. 2 None FF4HoL Cover
Bait Draw the foe's attention and become their target. 2 Lapis ×5
Aquamarine ×5
Bait
Avenge Increase the damage done when an enemy is targeting the character. 3 Topaz ×2
Sapphire ×6
Lapis ×6
Amethyst ×1
Avenge
Last Stand Hang onto life for several turns at 1 HP. 4 Ruby ×3
Emerald ×7
Lapis ×7
Amethyst ×2
Diamond ×1
Last Stand

GalleryEdit

EtymologyEdit

The paladins, sometimes known as the Twelve Peers, were the foremost warriors of Charlemagne's court, according to the literary cycle known as the Matter of France.

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