- “To attack is the best defense.”
- —Dissidia Final Fantasy, Warrior Lore
Warriors are characterized by equipping swords, daggers, axes, shields, and armor, and having high physical stats. The Warrior is usually one of the basic jobs in each game, and its focus is strong melee damage and survivability. In later installments, Warriors were given the ability to lower the stats of their opponents.
The Knight job is generally seen as an upgrade to the Warrior, but lacks the strict offensive focus of the job, gaining supportive abilities.
- Main article: Warrior (Final Fantasy)
As an invaluable asset to most parties, the Warrior is often a first choice when it comes to picking a team. The Warrior's upgrade, the Knight, is an even greater source of physical power, and can use White Magic.
- Main article: Warrior (Final Fantasy III)
The Warrior is a job ability granted at the beginning of the game by the Wind Crystal. It is a basic, straight forward fighter. In the remake of Final Fantasy III, Warriors were given the exclusive Advance ability.
The Knight job, received from the Fire Crystal is generally seen as an upgrade to the Warrior. It has higher stats, but has a smaller choice on equipment, being only able to handle swords, while the Warrior can wield axes and some daggers and bows.
Adelbert Steiner has access to debilitating sword abilities.
- Main article: Warrior (Final Fantasy X-2)
- Main article: Warrior (Final Fantasy XI)
The Warrior is one of the base classes available in the game, with well-balanced overall stats. The Warrior mostly uses physical, offensive abilities.
The Warrior is a Soul Crystal job of Marauder Class. It is a tank class using two-handed axes.
- Main article: Soldier (Tactics Advance)
- Main article: Warrior (Tactics Advance)
- Main article: Fighter (Tactics Advance)
- Main article: Gladiator (Tactics Advance)
The Warrior and Soldier are bangaa and hume jobs, respectively, with small differences. Both have access to debilitating abilities, and while the Warrior has access to more melee skills and broadswords, the Soldier makes use of scouting abilities and greatswords. The Soldier is Marche's default job.
The Fighter and Gladiator are another pair of similar hume and bangaa jobs. Both are close-range powerhouses that equip blades and use close-range melee abilities, and both are unlocked through Soldier and Warrior mastery. As the Gladiator learns elemental sword attacks, the Fighter learns powerful long and mid-range abilities.
- Main article: Soldier (Tactics A2)
- Main article: Warrior (Tactics A2)
- Main article: Fighter (Tactics A2)
- Main article: Gladiator (Tactics A2)
- Main article: Raptor (Tactics A2)
Warriors and Soldiers and Fighters and Gladiators return in Tactics A2, and have suffered no changes.
- Main article: Warrior (My Life as a King)
- Main article: Warrior (Dimensions)
The Warrior is a starting job class available to both groups. Its keeps its pure offensive focus.
- See also: Warrior (Final Fantasy)/Dissidia
To represent the original Final Fantasy in Dissidia, the Warrior class was chosen to be a character. He is simply named the Warrior of Light.
The Warrior of Light's new alternate outfit is based on the original Final Fantasy's incarnation of the warrior.
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- Main article: Warrior (Airborne Brigade)
Warrior is a basic job in Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade, available at the start of the game. Warriors gain a bonus to Attack and Defense for equipped Greatswords and Strength-based abilities, and, like all basic jobs, have the lowest EXP required to gain levels.
- “This novice swordsman, for whom all roads lead to war, is a fighter, not a lover.”
The Warrior is a character available to the party, he uses the Attack ability during battle. Already unlock at the beginning of the game.