Soldiers employ the arts of war to weaken and slow opponents.
Soldier (ソルジャー, Sorujā?) is a job in Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift. It is the default job of humes, and the main job of Luso. Soldiers use "breaks" to inflict statuses on enemies. A soldier is a basic tank with good Defense, power, and the best HP growth of any hume class, benefiting Paladins.
The Soldier's abilities include First Aid, which recovers HP but does not remove debuffs, and Mug Gil, which harms the enemy and steals its gil. One Soldier A-ability is required to access the Thief and Archer jobs while three A-abilities are required to access the Paladin and Fighter jobs.
A notable Soldier NPC is the Komodo Trader (whose real name is Calvin, though he never says so himself), elder brother to Celestine (although she is reportedly much taller) and employee of Komodo Potions. He is cowardly and quick to panic and the player is required to defend him three times. He is also an opponent once when he and his companions trespass in Prima Donna's storehouse.
|Swords, Greatswords||Hats, Helmets||Heavy Armor, Light Armor||Yes|
SOLDIERS and WARRIORS use these skills to weaken foes' defenses.
|Treat the user's wounds, restoring HP.|
|Rend Power||Barong||Weapon range||250|
|Lower the target's ATTACK, reducing physical damage dealt.|
|Rend Magick||Buster Sword||Weapon range||250|
|Lower the target's MAGICK, reducing spell potency.|
|Rend MP||Ancient Sword||Weapon range||250|
|Deplete the target's MP.|
|Rend Speed||Silver Sword||Weapon range||350|
|Lower the target's SPEED.|
|Mug Gil||Diamond Sword||Weapon range||350|
|Deal damage and steal gil from the target.|
|Cause the target to go BERSERK.|
|Reveal the target's Lv. 1 Loot and Items.|
|Shieldbearer||Bronze Shield||Enables the user to equip shields, regardless of their current job.||150|
|Monkey Grip||Dagriohm||Wield two-handed weapon with one hand.||250|
Soldier appears with a Fire-elemental card.
soldier is one who fights as part of an organised, land based, sea based and air based armed force. A soldier can be an enlisted person, a non-commissioned officer, or an officer in the Army.A