Ravager is a English translation name for two distinct Job classes in two games of the Final Fantasy series. The nature of those two classes, as well as the original Japanese names, are quite distinct.
- Main article: Ravager (Final Fantasy XIII)
Ravagers specialize in focusing their attacks to increase the foe's Chain gauge. Most of them primarily use elemental magic like a traditional Black Mage, although some Ravagers can also do elemental physical attacks or even non-elemental attacks. Lightning, Oerba Dia Vanille, Hope Estheim, Snow Villiers and Sazh Katzroy majors in Ravager, only Oerba Yun Fang doesn't have the role as her default. Only Hope is able to learn all the elemental spells, though he is lacking in the physical attacks.
- Main article: Ravager (Final Fantasy XIII-2)
Similarly to their XIII appearance, Ravagers specialize in focusing their attacks to increase the foe's Chain gauge. However, the Water element was completely removed from the game, and Waterstrike was replaced by a Wind-elemental physical attack: Galestrike. Noel Kreiss and Serah Farron both start out with Ravager, the latter of whom's Full ATB Skill belongs to this role.
- Main article: Ravager (Tactics A2)
The Ravager is Job exclusive to the Gria race. Its Feralism skillset makes use of unique and mostly melee attacks.
Lightning utilizes Ravager role in her battle style.