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Yoichi Arrow FFIII Art

Artwork from Final Fantasy III.

Arrow said to have been used by a marksman from afar.
—Description, Final Fantasy IV.

Yoichi Arrow (与一の矢 or よいちのや, Yoichi no Ya?), also known as Yoichi's Arrow, Samurai, or Yoichi, is a recurring weapon in the series.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy IIIEdit

III Yoichi Arrow is the most powerful arrow, providing 40 Attack (70 in the NES version). It can be bought for 500 gil (200 in the NES version) at Falgabard and the Invincible (NES only). It can only be used by the Onion Knight and Ranger.

Final Fantasy IVEdit

IV Yoichi Arrow is a high-ranked arrow that provides 50 Attack. It can be bought for 140 gil at Kokkol's Forge, found as treasure at Giant of Babil and Feymarch, or dropped from Malboro.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-Edit

FFIV-I- Yoichi Arrow returns as the second strongest arrow, providing 45 Attack. It can be found in the Feymarch.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

FFIVTAY Yoichi Arrow returns as a high-ranked arrow, providing 50 Attack. It can be found as treasure at the Subterrane after defeating the CPU.

Final Fantasy XIEdit

XI

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EtymologyEdit

Nasu no Yoichi was a samurai archer of feudal Japan. According to the Heike Monogatari, a literary epic of feudal Japan, a ship in the enemy fleet placed a fan on the mast of their ship, proclaiming it would deflect all arrows fired at them. Nasu no Yoichi, horseback among the waves with his target also rocking back and forth, shot the fan off with a single arrow. The Yoichi bow is named after this samurai in honor of his legendary feat.

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