# Warrior (Final Fantasy III)

20,825 pages on
this wiki
 Cid: Oh, shut up and help me remodel the Warrior (Final Fantasy III) page! Please expand this article into a full one. This can be done by making a 2D and 3D weapon/armor table like here. Equipment stats do not belong here since the weapons/armor should link to their respectable list of Final Fantasy III weapon/armor page.. This request can be discussed on the associated discussion page.
Warriors are weapon experts. Their Advance ability allows them to deal even more damage than normal, but they also get hit a lot harder.
—In-game description
The bearer of this certificate has experienced countless hours of rigorous battle and is deemed worthy of the title of Master Warrior.
—In-job mastery certificate description

The Warrior (闘士, Tōshi?), also known as Fighter (ファイター, Faitā?), is a job class in Final Fantasy III. It is gained from the Wind Crystal. In the opening FMV of the remakes, Luneth is depicted as a Warrior. Warriors have a high aptitude for wielding swords in battle. Having focused all their training on physical combat, they are unable to use any magic.

## AbilitiesEdit

### Famicom VersionEdit

• Command Ability - None

The Warrior (Fighter) has no special command in this version. At the beginning of the game, they are the power houses, providing the best boosts to all physical stats. Once the Knight job is unlocked, this job loses its usefulness.

### Remake VersionEdit

The Advance command lets the Warrior sacrifice some defense in order to strike harder. Both the damage bonus and defense reduction are related to the Warrior's current job level using the following formulas:

$Damage~Bonus=Original~Damage\times\frac{1.5+Job~Level}{110}$
$Defense~Reduction=Original~Defense\times\frac{1.5+Job~Level}{110}$

Which give the following results:

Job Level Damage Multiplier Defense Reduction
1-10 1.5 1.5
11-21 1.6 1.6
22-32 1.7 1.7
33-43 1.8 1.8
44-54 1.9 1.9
55-65 2.0 2.0
66-76 2.1 2.1
77-87 2.2 2.2
88-98 2.3 2.3
99 2.4 2.4

## StatsEdit

Level Strength Agility Vitality Intellect Mind Level Strength Agility Vitality Intellect Mind
Famicom Version Remake Version
1 10 10 5 2 3 1 5 5 5 5 5
10 17 17 10 4 5 10 10 10 10 9 9
20 23 23 14 7 7 20 17 17 16 14 14
30 30 30 19 9 10 30 24 24 22 18 18
40 36 36 23 11 12 40 31 31 28 22 22
50 43 43 28 14 14 50 38 38 34 26 26
60 49 49 32 16 16 60 44 44 40 29 29
70 56 56 37 18 19 70 51 51 46 33 33
80 63 63 41 21 21 80 58 58 52 37 37
90 69 69 46 23 23 90 65 65 58 41 41
99 75 75 50 25 25 99 71 71 63 45 45

## EquipmentEdit

### WeaponsEdit

Name Attack Element Other Bonuses Other Information
Daggers
Knife 8 None None None
Dagger 9 None None None
Mythril Knife 14 None None None
Spark Dagger 23 Lightning +2 Agility None
Main Gauche 35 None +3 Agility None
Poison Dagger 40 None +4 Agility Inflicts Poison.
Swords
Golden Sword 5 None None None
Longsword 10 None None None
Wightslayer 15 None None None
Mythril Sword 17 None None None
Tyfring 28 None None None
Salamand Sword 30 Fire None Casts Fire when used.
Freezing Blade 32 Ice None Casts Blizzard when used.
Serpent Sword 25 Lightning None None
Royal Sword 50 None None None
Blood Sword 55 None None Absorbs damage dealt.
Ancient Sword 80 None None Inflicts Paralysis.
Defender 95 None +5 Vitality Casts Protect when used.
Ragnarok 140 None +5 all stats None
Ultima Weapon 155 None +15 all stats None
Bows
Bow 10 None None None
Great Bow 18 None None None
Killer Bow 26 None None None
Arrows
Wooden Arrow 6 None None None
Holy Arrow 8 Holy None None
Iron Arrow 12 None None None
Axes
Viking Axe 33 None None None
Battleaxe 65 None None None
Dual Tomahawk 73 None None None
Rune Axe 110 None +2 Intellect & Mind None
Demon Axe 116 None +2 Strength & Vitality None
Dual Haken 122 None +3 Strength None
Gigantic Axe 155 None +20 Strength Ultimate equipment from the Legendary Smith.

### ArmorEdit

Name Defense Magic Defense Other Bonuses Other Information
Shield
Leather Shield 2 1 None Protects against some status ailments.
Mythril Shield 3 3 None Protects against some status ailments.
Ice Shield 6 4 None Protects against some status ailments.
Heroic Shield 9 6 +1 all stats Protects against some status ailments.
Demon Shield 12 8 None Protects against some status ailments.
Diamond Shield 14 10 None Protects against some status ailments.
Crystal Shield 20 15 None Protects against some status ailments.
Leather Cap 1 1 None None
Mythril Helm 4 3 None None
Shell Helm 6 5 None None
Ice Helm 10 6 None None
Feathered Hat 10 16 +2 Agility None
Diamond Helm 21 10 None None
Ribbon 23 20 None Protects against all status ailments.
Crystal Helm 31 17 None None
Body
Vest 1 1 None None
Rusty Mail 1 1 None None
Leather Armor 3 1 None None
Mythril Armor 10 3 None None
Shell Armor 18 9 None None
Ice Armor 20 9 None None
Flame Mail 21 11 None None
Reflect Mail 30 30 +2 Intellect & Mind Protects against some status ailments.
Demon Mail 38 17 None None
Diamond Mail 40 19 None None
Crystal Mail 55 24 None None
Arms
Bronze Bracers 1 1 None None
Mythril Gloves 3 1 None None
Gauntlets 8 4 +1 Strength & Vitality None
Power Bracers 13 9 +2 Strength & Vitality None
Diamond Gloves 15 7 +3 Strength & Vitality None
Protect Ring 18 18 +2 all stats None
Crystal Gloves 30 15 +4 Strength & Vitality None

## Other appearancesEdit

### Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

This article or section is a stub about Final Fantasy Record Keeper. You can help the Final Fantasy Wiki by expanding it.

### Final Fantasy Trading Card GameEdit

TCG Warrior appears in Final Fantasy Trading Card Game with Fire-, Earth-, and Lightning-elemental cards. All main characters from the 3D remakes are represented.

Warrior appears on a Triple Triad card.

## TriviaEdit

• In the Famicom Version, the Warrior's overworld and battle sprites are nearly identical to Firion's from the original version of Final Fantasy II, which in turn were also slight modifications to the Warrior sprite from the inaugural Final Fantasy.