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Sharon is one of three permanent party members of Final Fantasy Legend III. She is the granddaughter of the Elder of Dharm in the present. She is raised by her grandfather, along with the three youths sent from the future. She starts out as a human fighter who appears to have a minor crush on Arthur.

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StoryEdit

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Sharon, Arthur, Curtis, and Gloria were all trained by Myron at the Battle Simulator. On the day Arthur, Curtis, and Gloria decides to leave so they can change the future. Sharon and Myron awaited them in the Palace. After convincing the Elder of Dharm, they both join Arthur's party.

Spoilers end here.

GameplayEdit

Sharon is a human whose innate element is Earth. As with all four main characters in Final Fantasy Legend III, Sharon's possible transformations depend on her current form (see Transformations for more information). Like all four main characters, she's capable of equipping all weapons and armor, and can learn all spells. Her starting stats lean towards attributes in strength and defense, which make her a potential strong physical fighter.

Level HP MP Attack Defense Agility Magic Hit Evade M.Def. M.Evade Equipment
1 46 5 5 8 5 8 76 2 2 2 FFLIII HammerBattle
FFLIII HelmetLeather
FFLIII ShoesLeather

Other appearancesEdit

SaGa Compilation Trading Card GameEdit

Sharon makes an appearance as a card in the card game.

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EtymologyEdit

Sharon is usually a female name that derives from an Israelite place name meaning "forest" in Hebrew, referring to a fertile plain near the coast of Israel. This gives its name to a type of flowering shrub, the rose of Sharon.

Sharon's Japanese name is Serieux. Serieux is French for "serious".

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