As a member of the Final Fantasy III remake cast alongside the other three Warriors of Light, Refia often joins them in other series works. The following is a list of Refia's appearances in and out of the series as a whole.
Refia appears as a earth-elemental summon. She appears as part of the "Summoner Refia" event.
Refia's special attack is Bahamur, which raises the attack and magic power of all allies for three turns and causes the enemy party to have no damage negated. Summoning Refia costs 3 point from the Consumption Gauge.
Refia allows the wielder to use the following abilities:
- Catastro I
- Catastro II
- Catastro III
All versions of Refia's Phantom Stone depict her as the Summoner job. In addition, the "Summoner RE" Phantom Stone depicts Refia in her Summoner attire from the 3D remakes of the game.
Raised in Kazus by the mythril smith Takka. Became a Warrior of Light and embarked on a journey to find her own way in life. Her deeply loving heart can hold off the power of darkness.
Refia is a summonable Legend depicted in her default Final Fantasy III outfit. Her abilities are Advance, Fire, Focus, Ninjutsu, Pounding Kick and Spellbook. She was first introduced in the event, Final Fantasy III - Saronia Castle Mysteries.
- Ability Cards
- Legend Cards
A young woman raised by a blacksmith in Kazus. As she travels the land as a Warrior of Light, she seeks to find her true self. Her opposition to the powers of darkness is beyond question, and though she seldom lets it show, she has a caring heart.
Refia is a playable character who can be recruited in Final Fantasy Record Keeper. She is unlocked in the Molten Cave on Classic in the storyline of Final Fantasy III as the First Time Reward.
Refia is a Warrior of Light. Appearing as a Monk, her combat role is Physical Attack.
Beneath Refia's gentle appearance is a fiery Monk with all the inherent spirit of the job and abilities to match. Once again, gender is a non-factor; her Attack alone is enough to rival the best warriors of the game. She also has a better than average Resistance score within the job class. Unlike most Monks, Refia can wield projectile weapons, making her as much a threat from the rear line as from the front. She might not be popular, but Refia stands out as one of the more pleasant surprises in this game's lineup.
Her initial Soul Break is Martial Arts which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment raises user's Attack and Accuracy.
She can equip accessories.
Refia appears on several cards in the version available via Final Fantasy Portal App.