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Cyan Garamonde is a Samurai from Final Fantasy VI.

A warrior shows no mercy.
Dissidia Final Fantasy, Samurai Lore

The Samurai (侍 or サムライ, Samurai?) is a recurring job class in the Final Fantasy series.

ProfileEdit

Samurai are often depicted wearing traditional Japanese attire. Their weapon of choice is the katana, but are commonly able to equip shields and heavy armor as well. Samurai abilities vary from game to game, but their Eastern styled techniques make for technical and "body-and-soul" attuned based abilities to accentuate a most supporting and enhancing edge to a powerful physical fighting role. A signature ability of theirs is Gil Toss, which allows them to damage their opponents by throwing money at them. They also focus on abilities with mobility and tactical advantage to gain the upper hand in battle, to nullifying attacks, crippling enemies by lowering their stats, and even to a degree of mystical abilities for magic based effects. Bushido has only appeared in three games in the series, but in those three times it is an ability attributed to the Samurai.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy VEdit

After the Earth Crystal shatters, the Samurai class is obtained. It possesses various unique abilities, including Gil Toss.

Final Fantasy VIEdit

Cyan Garamonde is a Samurai with access to Bushido, a skillset of attacks with various effects. Setzer Gabbiani is able to use Gil Toss in place of Slot through equipping Heiji's Jitte.

Final Fantasy IXEdit

While there are no Samurai, there is early concept art depicting a young girl dressed in a Samurai outfit. In addition, Steiner's Sword Art bears resemblances to the Samurai's traditional Bushido.

Final Fantasy XEdit

Auron is a Samurai with various "break" abilities, such as Armor Break, that lower enemy stats. He wields broadswords, though their weapon-type is referred to in-game as katana; several weapons do, however, fit the description of a single-edged blade. His Overdrive is Bushido. Gil Toss is not on his Sphere Grid area, but on Rikku's, although it can still be learned by Auron.

Yuna's aeon Yojimbo fits the popular depiction of Japanese samurai, and is essentially a living incarnation of Throw Gil. The player has no control over Yojimbo's attacks, instead paying him a number of gil each turn. The gil paid, along with various other factors, will determine how powerful the attack used by Yojimbo will be.

Final Fantasy X-2Edit

The Samurai dressphere can be obtained in Kilika Temple during Chapter 3. The job class makes use of many powerful physical attacks through the use of Bushido, and has several support abilities.

Final Fantasy XIEdit

The Samurai is an advanced job notable for being able to quickly accumulate TP, allow them to execute Weapon Skills and Skillchains easily. Ayame and Tenzen are NPC Samurai.

Final Fantasy XIIEdit

In the International Zodiac Job System version, the Mononofu equips katana, and act as light attackers. Though they cannot cast magic directly, they can equip Mystic Armor and have several Magick Lores on their License Board, as Katana grow in strength as the user's Magick Power grows.

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIIIEdit

There is a set of seven garbs for Lightning that can be downloaded called the Samurai Collection. The collection includes the garbs Shining Prince, Art of War, Utsusemi, Sohei Savior, Dark Samurai, Shogun, and Flower of Battle.

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Final Fantasy TacticsEdit

In order to gain access the job class, a unit must be a level 4 Knight, level 5 Monk, and a level 2 Dragoon. Samurai can equip katana, helmets, and armor and robes, but can not carry shields. Their special ability is Iaido, which lets the user draw out the spirits of Katana weapons for various effects to surrounding targets. The katana must not be equipped in order to be used for Iaido, and upon usage, the katana has a chance of breaking.

Final Fantasy Legend IIEdit

Taro is a samurai, having equipment that is related to those of samurais. The name acts more like a title than a job.

Bravely DefaultEdit

The Swordmaster job uses katana as its specialty weapon and its abilities are grouped under the Bushido command. It can also equip heavy armor efficiently, as it has rank A in shields, helmets, and armor. It is obtained by defeating the Swordmaster Nobutsuna Kamiizumi.

Bravely Second: End LayerEdit

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Dissidia Final FantasyEdit

In the Duel Colosseum, when chosen, the Samurai job card removes all Boss cards from the selected area.

Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

The Samurai job card reappears in the new Labyrinth mode, and will remove any boss or party cards in hand.

The Samurai is also an advanced job that can be assigned once unlocked for a character in a party in Quick Battle or wireless matches, granting Iai Strike on first hit.

Dissidia Final Fantasy (2015)Edit

Samurai is the name of Bartz Klauser's initial HP Attack. First, Bartz uses Gil Toss in a straight line towards him and if the gil hits someone, Bartz will then use a katana that will deal HP Damage to an enemy, leaving a trail of cherry blossom leaves in its path. When Bartz 'masters' the job, the Gil Toss ability will unleash more gil in a wider radius in front of Bartz.

Final Fantasy ExplorersEdit

Samurai appears as a job class.

Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

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Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

Unlock: Dragoon level 10, Warrior level 15.

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Final Fantasy ArtniksEdit

The Samurai appears as a character card.

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Final Fantasy All the BravestEdit

Though very proud of their tradition, samurai nowadays tend to drop the thees and thous.
—Description

The Samurai is a character available to the party, he uses the Iainuki ability during battle. Unlocks at level 28.

Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

FFRK Samurai
A master swordsman who follows the proud and ancient way of the blade. Wielding a katana for offense, and with a broad array of armor at his disposal, the Samurai makes for a fitting vanguard in any party.
—Official description.

Samurai is a playable character who can be recruited as the First Time Reward for completing Castle of Bal on Classic difficulty in the FF V realm of the core dungeons.

Stats
Level HP Attack Defense Magic Resistance Mind Accuracy Evasion Speed
1 130 8 7 6 7 6 20 20 69
Abilities

Samurai can use Other/Samurai abilities up to rarity rank 4.

His default Soul Break is Inner Focus I which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment raises user's Attack by 15% for 25 seconds restores their HP with 45% healing potency.

Equipment

Samurai can equip the following weapon types: daggers and katanas.

He can equip the following armor types: helms, heavy armor, and bracers.

He can equip accessories.

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Mobius Final FantasyEdit

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Final Fantasy Trading Card GameEdit

There are several cards of the Samurai job, and they are all Fire-elemental. Two feature the artworks from the job's Final Fantasy Tactics appearance, a third depicts Bartz Klauser's SD Samurai artwork and a fourth one has a Samurai from Final Fantasy XI.

Non-Final Fantasy guest appearancesEdit

Knights of the CrystalsEdit

The Samurai appears on a bronze card.

Samurai RisingEdit

Samurai Rising - Samurai

The Samurai appears as a job. The Samurai job has high physical defense and HP, and specializes has a short-range attacker.

GalleryEdit

EtymologyEdit

Samurai were the military nobility of medieval and early-modern Japan. They were not just great swordsmen, but also powerful horse archers and martial artists of other fields. Though their status was that above commoners, samurai were bound to forms of etiquette and a way of life known as Bushido, stressing honor to one's devoted and preparing oneself in the face of death.


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