- See also: Princess Sarah
Sarah (セーラ, Sēra?) is a non-playable character from the original Final Fantasy. She is the Princess of Cornelia, daughter to the King of Cornelia and Queen Jayne, and has an unnamed younger sister. Notably, while in the remakes of the original Final Fantasy she has green hair and blue dress, in the games where she appears as a bonus character she has light pink and blond hair and gold dress referencing Yoshitaka Amano's artwork.
Appearance and PersonalityEdit
In her sprite appearance Sarah has long mint green hair and blue eyes. She has a golden ornamental headband with a large red jewel and a golden pendant with a similar jewel. She wears a floor-length white dress that leaves the shoulders bare and has long sleeves.
In her Yoshitaka Amano artwork appearance that her appearances in other media are based on, Sarah wears a golden yellow sheer halter-neck type dress with separate sleeves of the same fabric and a long flowing golden head scarf over her head piece. Her head ornament and her jewellery are still accentuated by red jewels, but they are more elaborate with her head ornament having two horns and her single pendant has transformed into a complex piece of jewellery that appears to be part of her dress. Her hair is pink in Theatrhythm Final Fantasy.
Sarah is demure, polite, and comes across as a stereotypical 'damsel in distress' character, needing rescuing from danger, but the short amount of time she is involved with the Warriors of Light proves to be the help that they need in the end.
Before the game's start, Sarah is kidnapped by Garland, and held hostage in the Chaos Shrine, but the Warriors of Light rescue her. In return, she gives them the lute, which later enables them to expose a hidden passage in the Chaos Shrine when they travel to the past towards the end of the game.
- “A princess of Cornelia raised in the loving care of the king and queen. She looks after her younger sister diligently with kind-hearted devotion. Captured and held within the Chaos Shrine by Garland, she is saved by the Warriors of Light and returned to her castle, after which she includes them in her tender care.”
- —Online description
Princess Sarah appears as a playable sub-character in Theatrhythm, obtained by collecting Golden Crystal Shards from Dark Note bosses. To use Princess Sarah in the iOS port, the player must buy her from the online store. In this game, her appearance is based directly on her original artwork by Yoshitaka Amano, like the Warrior of Light.
Sarah's raw stats are the worst in the game, at Level 99 all her stats are among the lowest of all characters in each category. The exception is her high Luck, being among the best. Sarah's high stats are compensated somewhat by her variety of song abilities that boost the entire party's stats including her own, as well as abilities to reduce the damage to the party and restore their HP. Sarah's Soul Voice allows her to grant very powerful buffs to the party, doubling the effects of her song abilities. She also has the benefit of four ability slots, all of which can be set to Reactive or Protactive skills, giving the player total freedom in customizing her abilities.
|Pray (Lv 1)||1||7||Reactive (Probability)||At the stage's halfway point, 50% chance of recovering 30% HP|
|Pray (Lv 2)||45||18||Reactive (Probability)||At the stage's halfway point, 60% chance of recovering 50% HP|
|Pray (Lv 3)||70||27||Reactive (Probability)||At the stage's halfway point, 70% chance of recovering 70% HP|
|Cheer (Lv 1)||30||8||Reactive (Special)||If HP is below 25%, all party members get +50 Strength|
|Cheer (Lv 2)||65||10||Reactive (Special)||If HP is below 20%, all party members get +70 Strength|
|Cheer (Lv 3)||90||12||Reactive (Special)||If HP is below 15%, all party members get +90 Strength|
|Paeon (Lv 1)||25||16||Proactive (Song)||For the entire stage, restores a low amount of HP over time.|
|Paeon (Lv 2)||55||25||Proactive (Song)||For the entire stage, restores a medium amount of HP over time.|
|Paeon (Lv 3)||80||35||Proactive (Song)||For the entire stage, restores a high amount of HP over time.|
|Elegy (Lv 1)||1||8||Proactive (Song)||For the entire stage, all damage is reduced by 10%.|
|Elegy (Lv 2)||40||15||Proactive (Song)||For the entire stage, all damage is reduced by 15%.|
|Elegy (Lv 3)||85||20||Proactive (Song)||For the entire stage, all damage is reduced by 20%.|
|Soul Voice||35||25||Proactive (Special)||All song abilities have its effects doubled (only works on the caster)|
|Sinewy Etude (Lv 2)||5||10||Proactive (Song)||For the entire stage, all members receive +20 Strength|
|Sinewy Etude (Lv 3)||50||15||Proactive (Song)||For the entire stage, all members receive +25 Strength|
|Mana's Paean (Lv 2)||20||10||Proactive (Song)||For the entire stage, all members receive +25 Magic|
|Mana's Paean (Lv 3)||75||15||Proactive (Song)||For the entire stage, all members receive +30 Magic|
|Hastemarch (Lv 2)||10||10||Proactive (Song)||For the entire stage, all members receive +15 Agility|
|Hastemarch (Lv 3)||60||15||Proactive (Song)||For the entire stage, all members receive +20 Agility|
|Fortune's Refrain (Lv 2)||15||10||Proactive (Song)||For the entire stage, all members receive +20 Luck|
|Fortune's Refrain (Lv 3)||95||15||Proactive (Song)||For the entire stage, all members receive +30 Luck|
Princess Sarah appears as an allied Legend in Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade. She is depicted in her Final Fantasy outfit. Her ability is Soul Voice. She is first introduced as an event ally in the event, Final Fantasy Special Event Part 1 - Shattered World, in which she was unlocked automatically as a bonus character. Leveling her up to 99 in this event and claiming an SSR ticket yielded his individualized SSR weapon, Rune Axe. In battle, Princess Sarah is armed with her Lute and uses the ability Soul Voice.
Sarah is depicted in Final Fantasy Trading Card Game with her Theatrhythm Final Fantasy and Yoshitaka Amano artworks. The Theatrhythm card is part of the "Aqua" set and the Amano artwork card of the Shine set.
- Through all her appearances, Sarah has three different hair colors: blond in the NES version of original Final Fantasy as well as in Amano's artwork, mint green in post-NES remakes of original Final Fantasy, and pink in Theatrhythm Final Fantasy.