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Soldier (ソルジャー, Sorujā?) is a novelty job in Final Fantasy Tactics meant to appeal to Final Fantasy VII fans, as it is Cloud's default job. The job is named after SOLDIER, the elite unit of powerful warriors under the command of the Shinra Electric Power Company, a major antagonist in Final Fantasy VII, and the division which Cloud claimed affiliation with.
A mysterious otherworldly traveler capable of formidable Limit techniques when his rage reaches a breaking point.
|Move Rate||Jump Rate||Speed||Physical Evasion Rate||Base Attack||Base Magic||Base HP||Base MP|
Soldier job command. Unmatched martial skills made possible by fury pushed to its limit.
Cloud must be equipped with the Materia Blade to use these abilities.
The damage formula for Limit is as follows:
|A limit skill that slashes swiftly at the target.|
|A limit skill that slices the target in a cross-cut pattern.|
|A limit skill that inflicts damage commensurate with the damage the user has endured.|
|A limit skill that inflicts damage commensurate with the damage the target has already suffered.|
|A limit skill that inflicts damage by summoning a meteor out of the sky.|
|A limit skill that inflicts a variety of status effects.|
Effect: KO, Stone, Stop.
|Another ultimate limit skill.|
|The most powerful limit skill.|
|Counter Tackle||Counterattack with a tackle.||Physical Attack||180|
|Equip Axes||Equip axes, regardless of job.||170|
|Adds an ability to all monsters in neighboring tiles with an elevation difference of 3h or less.||200|
|Defend||Defend oneself against an attack. Adds the Defend command.||50|
(Gained JP Up)
|Increase the amount of JP earned in battle.||250|
|Move +1||Increase Move by 1.||200|
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