Yuffie makes a cameo as a tutor from the in-game manuals, explaining battlegen to the player alongside Red XIII. Yuffie is also the name of a Ghost Card; which is a Level 45 Cloud with the White Gem and Snowboard items equipped. The card can be won through Battlegen.
Yuffie appears as a DLC character.
She is a Speed and Treasure oriented character.
|Steal (Lv1)||16||Level 10|
|Choco Cure||2||Level 15|
|Haste (Lv2)||11||Level 30|
|Cry (Lv2)||14||Level 40|
|Steal (Lv2)||20||Level 45|
|Escape (Lv2)||3||Level 55|
|Haste (Lv3)||17||Level 65|
|Cry (Lv3)||24||Level 75|
|Steal (Lv3)||24||Level 80|
|Escape (Lv3)||4||Level 90|
|Treasure Hunter (Lv1)||12||Initial|
|Fortune's Refrain (Lv1)||7||Level 20|
|Agility Up (Lv1)||4||Level 25|
|Treasure Hunter (Lv2)||16||Level 35|
|Fortune's Refrain (Lv2)||10||Level 50|
|Agility Up (Lv2)||8||Level 60|
|Treasure Hunter (Lv3)||20||Level 70|
|Fortune's Refrain (Lv3)||15||Level 85|
|Agility Up (Lv3)||14||Level 95|
Yuffie appears as a Legend in Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade. She is depicted in her default Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children and Kingdom Hearts outfits. Her abilities are Greased Lightning and All Creation. Her EX abilities are Landscaper, All Creation and Bloodfest. Her abilities and summon stone are obtained from inviting a certain number of friends to play Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade.
- Ability Cards
- Legend Cards
A young ninja who thinks highly of herself and isn't shy about letting everyone know it. Yuffie seeks to restore her hometown of Wutai to its glory days before it fell to Shinra, and she always has her eye out for a new piece of materia.
Yuffie is a playable character who could initially be recruited during the Challenge Event Hidden Resolve as the First Time Reward for completing the event's Wutai - Da-chao Statue stage in Part 1. She later appeared in A Brewing Nightmare and A Night to Remember.
Yuffie is a Materia Hunter. Her combat role is Physical/Magic Hybrid.
Yuffie begins as a near-perfect copy of her Final Fantasy IV counterpart in Edge, but it soon becomes apparent that she is much more versatile than he is. Like Wakka from Final Fantasy X, Yuffie has an affinity for distance weapons, though she can also use a katana in close combat. She is a mid-level Black Mage as well, and has access to a diverse array of skills that serve to blindside foes before they strike the party. Though not the strongest defensively, Yuffie's quickness makes her a worthwhile addition to the player's roster.
- Record Spheres
|Job||S.Lv 1||S.Lv 2||S.Lv 3||S.Lv 4||S.Lv 5|
|Ranger||+1 MAG||+1 DEF||+1 RES||+60 HP||+2 ATK|
|Thief||+1 MAG||+1 RES||+1 ATK||+55 HP||+3% Thief Ability Damage|
|Dancer||+1 DEF||+1 MAG||+1 RES||+55 HP||+2 MAG|
|Ninja*Requires mastery of Ranger and Thief's Record Spheres.||+3 ATK||+3 MAG||+160 HP||+6% Thief Ability Damage||+6% Ninja Ability Damage|
|Warmage*Requires mastery of Ranger and Thief's Record Spheres.||+3 ATK||+4 ATK||+180 HP||+6 ATK||Minor Paralyze Resistance|
|Geomancer*Requires mastery of Thief and Dancer's Record Spheres.||+3 MAG||+3 RES||+130 HP||+6 MAG||+3% Damage vs. Weakness|
Her default Soul Break is Greased Lightning which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment deals physical damage to one target. The thrown 4-point Shuriken (VII) allows Yuffie to use Landscaper which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment deals three ranged physical earth attacks to all targets with a moderate chance to Slow them. The hat Wutai Headband (VII) allows Yuffie to use Clear Tranquil which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment instantly restores a moderate amount of HP to all allies based on their maximum HP.
She can equip accessories.
Yuffie appears on a Triple Triad card in the version playable via Final Fantasy Portal App.
Yuffie is a secret playable character unlocked by finishing the game with Cloud. She primarily fights with punches and kicks, but can also perform several slash attacks with her shuriken and throw smaller shuriken for ranged attacks. She uses Sasuke's fighting style. Her alternate costume is a palette swap based on the early concept color scheme for Final Fantasy VII seen above.
Her fighting style is the same as Sasuke's, but based on Michelle Chang's fighting style known as Xing Yi Liu He Quan and Bajiquan based martial arts in Tekken 2, as she uses her basic attack combo mixed with her Limit Break, Greased Lightning. She can do a reverse somersault on her opponent as her special attack and slash thrice with her main weapon. She has her Limit Break, Blood Fest, with a minor change as she can slash her opponent with her main weapon three times. Her unique ability is identical to Sasuke's, who throws a glowing blue shuriken and a smoke bomb to his opponent. During charge, Yuffie can throw two shuriken, and glows pink.
In the Kingdom Hearts series, Yuffie appears as part of Squall Leonhart's party, who is now referring to himself as "Leon". She is accompanied by Aerith and Cid. She maintains her boastful personality, albeit toned down, and refers to herself as "The Great Ninja Yuffie".
In Kingdom Hearts, Yuffie's role was originally meant to be filled by Rikku from Final Fantasy X, but due to there already being a character called Riku, Yuffie was elected instead to avoid name confusion. Her outfit is based on the original design for Rikku, albeit in Yuffie's colors.
Originating from Hollow Bastion, the group fled to Traverse Town when Maleficent took over the castle. The three assist the game's main protagonist, Sora, in his adventures, helping him fend off the Heartless and giving him advice and information.
In the original Kingdom Hearts game, a special gummi ship blueprint called Yuffie can be obtained by defeating 1500 Heartless and then talking to Geppetto in Traverse Town.
In Kingdom Hearts II, Yuffie is part of the Hollow Bastion Restoration Committee and works towards restoring the ruins of Hollow Bastion to the home she once knew. Yuffie appears as an opponent in various Coliseum cups in Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II, using her shuriken and ninja skills, including teleportation and healing.
In the Japanese version of Kingdom Hearts, Yuffie is voiced by Yumi Kakazu, while in the English release she is voiced by Christy Carlson Romano. In the English version of Kingdom Hearts II, she is voiced by Mae Whitman.
In the credits roll for Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX, 'Yuffie' is misspelled as 'Yufeie'.
Yuffie makes an appearance in Kingdom Hearts χ [chi] as one of the obtainable character cards.
Yuffie appears as a playable character card in the Japan-exclusive board game video game, Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Portable.