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Arc (Final Fantasy III)
Another orphan raised by Topapa, and Luneth's best friend. Unlike Luneth, he prefers reading over gamboling in the wild. His studies endow him with great knowledge that more than makes up for his shyness.
~ Final Fantasy III instruction manual
I'm not a coward... But I know I have to be stronger... But I can't ask for Luneth's help... I'll show them!
~ Arc, Final Fantasy III

Summary

Arc is one of the main protagonists from the 3D remake of Final Fantasy III. He is a Warrior of Light. Though he has no set Job class, he is portrayed as a Black Mage in the opening FMV. Arc is described by Doga and Unei as the light of kindness, made clear when the party meets Alus Restor in war-torn Saronia. Arc can relate to the young prince, as he himself initially lacked self-confidence and believed himself to be cowardly. What Arc lacks in strength, he makes up for in intelligence. In the opening FMV, Arc is depicted as a Black Mage, reflecting his intelligence. Despite his shyness, Arc is noble and helps those in need.

Being a victim of bullying, Arc initially suffers from low self-esteem. He looks up to his childhood friend Luneth as a role model, and admires his outgoing and optimistic qualities that he feels he himself is lacking. He is grateful to Luneth for defending him when he was being harassed, and for always trying to encourage him. Yet, Arc regrets becoming Luneth's "burden" and flees from him after the boy returns to Ur as a Warrior of Light. Arc is determined to grow strong on his own so Luneth wouldn't feel obligated to protect him anymore. Arc is Luneth's childhood friend, both raised by Topapa and Nina. When rumors of ghosts in Kazus reach Ur, Arc tries to argue with a group of children, saying ghosts do not exist, but they belittle him. When Luneth arrives after encountering the Wind Crystal, Arc is too ashamed to speak to him and flees. He decides to go to Kazus to prove he's not a coward. Although he reaches the town safely, the sight of the people affected by the Djinn's curse frightens him. When Luneth follows, Arc asks to accompany him. He is chosen as a Warrior of the Light after defeating the Djinn with Luneth, Refia, and Ingus and remains with the party afterward.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 2-C

Name: Arc

Origin: Final Fantasy III

Gender: Male

Age: 14

Classification: Warrior of Light

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, depending on the job class, you've got Magic, SummoningElemental Manipulation (Of the fire, ice, lightning, wind and earth variety), Healing and Regeneration (Mid-Low), Poison Manipulation, Transmutation (In the form of transforming others into toads), Petrification, Telekinesis (Able to call down meteors), Teleportation (Can be used to send target(s) far away and even to seperate dimensions), Barrier Creation, Time Manipulation, Gravity Manipulation, Energy Blast

Attack Potency: Multi-Universe level (Equal to the Warriors of Darkness, who were powerful enough to weaken the Cloud of Darkness a significant extent)

Speed: Massively Hypersonic+ (Defeated Bahamut, a being that can cover hundreds of kilometers in seconds)

Lifting Strength: At least Class M+ (Far superior to Goldor who lugged a large gold chain [comparable in size to the airship, Enterprise] across the eastmost continent)

Striking Strength: Varies upon job class with an upper limit of Multi-Universal (Equal to the Warriors of Darkness, who were powerful enough to weaken the Cloud of Darkness a significant extent with kamikaze physical attacks)

Durability: Multi-Universe level (Barely survived, if not fatally wounded by, the Cloud of Darkness' full powered Particle Beam)

Stamina: Superhuman+

Range: Extended human melee range with weapons, likely Tens of meters with magic and summons.

Standard Equipment: Nothing notable

Intelligence: Skilled combatant with mastery over numerous job classes.

Weaknesses: Nothing notable

Note: Respect Thread.

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