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Warrior

 
NES BATTLE & MAP SPRITE

 
MSX BATTLE & MAP SPRITE

 
WSC BATTLE & MAP SPRITE

 
PSX BATTLE & MAP SPRITE

 
GBA BATTLE & MAP SPRITE

 
PSP BATTLE & MAP SPRITE

STARTING STATS
HP: 35
MP: 0
STRENGTH: 10 (20)
AGILITY: 8 (5)
INTELLIGENCE: 1
STAMINA: 15 (10)
LUCK: 8 (5)
STARTING EQUIPMENT
WEAPON: Knife (None)
SHIELD: None
HELMET: None
ARMOR: Clothes (None)
GLOVES: None
* Amounts in (parenthesis) indicate stats in original NES release and PSX hard mode.
FINAL FANTASY I :: JOBS

PRONUNCIATION: WAWR-ee-er
ORIGINAL JAPANESE NAME: せんし
NES NAME: Fighter
ORIGINS NAME: Warrior
DAWN OF SOULS NAME: Warrior
ANNIVERSARY EDITION NAME: Warrior

    The Warrior was the strongest and most versatile member of the Warriors of Light. He was a master of all manner of weaponry and able to equip a wide variety of heavy armor. After completing the Citadel of Trials, Bahamut the Dragon King upgraded him to the class of Knight.

GAME INFO
    Warrior is one of the starting Job classes in Final Fantasy I. Warriors can equip almost all weapons and armor, as well as having a high attack and defense.
    Upgradable to the Knight Job after presenting the Rat's Tail to Bahamut.

ADDITIONAL INFO
    In Dawn of Souls and the Anniversary Edition, there are 10 optional Auto-Names for the six character Jobs. Each name is a reference to another character or place in the Final Fantasy series. The 10 Auto-Names for the Warrior are:
     • Argus - location in Final Fantasy III, enemy in Final Fantasy XI
     • Arus - character in Final Fantasy III
     • Banon - character in Final Fantasy VI
     • Baron - location in Final Fantasy IV
     • Desh - character in Final Fantasy III
     • Doma - location in Final Fantasy VI
     • Giott - character in Final Fantasy IV
     • Leo - character in Final Fantasy VI
     • Sasuun - location in Final Fantasy III
     • Zeza - character in Final Fantasy V


Dawn of Souls artwork

NAME ORIGIN
    A warrior is someone who fights and participates in war. The word itself comes from the Old Northern French word werreier, meaning "to make war".
    In the original NES release, this job was named Fighter. A fighter is someone who fights. The word comes from the Old English word feohtan.

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