The Warrior (せんし, Senshi?) is the primary protagonist of Final Fantasy, the most versatile member of the four Warriors of Light in the original Final Fantasy and the main melee fighter of the group. As revealed in the Dissidia series, the Warrior is a Manikin in the image of his creator Cid. However, the Warrior lacked the memories of his creator and was found by Prishe who convinced Cosmos to make him her champion. Eventually, after defeating Chaos, the Warrior of Light ends up in World A where his true adventure begins.
Powers and Stats
Name: The Warrior of Light
Origin: Final Fantasy I
Classification: Artifical human/Hero of Prophecy
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Magic, Master Swordsman, Doppleganger Creation (via Blink), Healing (Mid-Low via regeneration scale, in the form of Cure), Barrier Creation (via Protect), Invisibility (via Invis), Telekinesis, capable of restoring status ailments and stop his opponents from using magic, can breath underwater (via Oxyale)
Speed: Sub-Relativistic (Kept pace with Gilgamesh)
Lifting Strength: Superhuman
Striking Strength: Large Planet Class
Durability: Large Planet level (Comparable to Base Gilgamesh)
Range: Extended melee range with weapons, much higher with magic
Standard Equipment: Barbarian's Sword, Armor, Shield, Crystal, Oxyale
Intelligence: Skilled warrior and combatant, bested Garland in mortal combat, previously Cornelia's greatest Knight (of which was implied to be worth the entirety of Cornelia's remaining military might alone due to the Kingdom's failure to rescue Princess Sara themselves), fairly competent at problem solving with little information available
Weaknesses: None notable
Note: While the Warrior of Light is a generic Knight class from the original game, the Dissidia series made him a character in his own right.