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  • The Fighter is an all purpose combat expert skilled with a variety of weapons. What the fighter lacks in special class abilities they more than make up for in additional bonus feats which can be chosen from a long list of combat oriented feats. These feats can be used to mold the fighter into a specialized combat expert. Anything from a tough to kill warmachine wielding a hard hitting greatclub in two hands clearing a swath of open ground where once stood opponents, to a eagle-eyed crackshot archer able to pick a bird out of the sky from 100 yards.
  • Fighters are determined combat adepts trained to protect the other members of their adventuring groups. Fighters define the front line by bashing and slicing foes into submission while reflecting enemy attacks through the use of heavy armor. Fighters draw weapons for gold, for glory, for duty, and for the mere joy of unrestrained martial exercise. Primary Stat: Strength. Hit Points gained per level: 6.
  • Following is a list of all playable fighter aircraft available to the player in each Ace Combat game. They are sorted in order of their first appearance; click the arrows next to a column header to change the sort order.
  • The Fighter (戦士 Senshi), also called Axe Fighter in the Jugdral Series games, TearRing Saga, as well as the Japanese version of Fire Emblem Fates, is a combat physical and typically male-only class found in every game in the series barring Gaiden. Wielding Axes as their sole weapon of choice, Fighters often appear as a duo early on in the games. In Fates the class is a Nohrian class. Its Hoshidan counterpart is the Oni Savage. When choosing a secondary class for the Avatar, it is called Fighter (斧戦士 Ono Senshi lit. Axe Fighter in the Japanese version)
  • Alignment Restrictions: None Hit Die: d10 Proficiencies: Armor Proficiency (Light), Armor Proficiency (Medium), Armor Proficiency (Heavy), Shield Proficiency, Weapon Proficiency (Martial), Weapon Proficiency (Simple) Skill Points: (INT modifier * 4 at 1st level) 2 + INT modifier Skills: Concentration, Craft armor, Craft trap, Craft weapon, Discipline, Heal , Lore, Parry Selectable Class Feats: Ambidexterity, Deflect Arrows, Two-Weapon Fighting, Weapon Proficiency (Exotic), Weapon Specialization Primary Saving Throw(s): Fortitude Base Attack Bonus: +1/level
  • The Fighter Class is one of the three classes available at the start of the game. Fighters focus mainly on their Strength attribute to master the basic arts of being a warrior. To become a member of the Fighter class, talk to Blackhawke in the BattleOn Inn. This class serves as a prerequisite for more advanced classes, such as Martial Artist, Paladin, Knight, Pirate and Berserker.
  • Fighters are members of the feudal system of ancient not-Japan. This class was a renowned combatant, as the name suggests, and could easily use any sort of weapon to inflict more damage than even the most powerful of sorcerers. However they have only one weakness which is an arrow in the penis.
  • Fighters are Strike Craft designed to move quickly and engage lightly armored targets, primarily Bombers, but also Scouts, Long Range Frigates, Siege Frigates, and to an extent Corvettes. They are extremely vulnerable to enemy Anti-Strike Craft Frigates. Generally, they are quite ineffective against ships with anything other than light armor.
  • thumbEl Fighter es un avión de papel que aparece en el libro How to Make a Origami Airplanes That Fly . Su forma es como la de un avión de combate.
  • The following are changes in the Fighter class from its listing in Paizo material.
  • The Fighter was a plane meant to make an appearance in Grand Theft Auto IV. The plane was removed for unknown reasons (possibly for realism). Although its handling has remained in the game, the plane itself does not. It would most likely have been an upgraded version of the Hydra.
  • The Fighter is a class introduced in Phantasy Star Online 2. It is a powerful melee class that wields fast, powerful weapons; unlike the Hunter, which focuses more on survivability, the Fighter trades range and survivability for pure power.
  • Fighter is the most basic "fighting" class, from which all other classes are derived. Any entity may qualify as fighter by being an actor within a fight, that is, not being a passive object or a victim of attack, but by attacking or defending. Being a fighter is not tied to any social role or any degree of skill, although, by frequently performing the acts of fighting, one improves at them and so levels up as a fighter. The Fighter's upgrade class is the Battler, which in turn upgrades into the Warrior.
  • Fighters, Luchadores, o Combatientes son muy comunes en el violento mundo de Azeroth. Pueden ser encontrados en todas las razas desde soldados humanos hasta arqueros elfos nocturnos. Tienen sus habilidades en los conocimientos de tácticas militares. Los luchadores Tuskarr son encontrados en Northrend (Rasganorte). El Coronel Kurzen enplea luchadores de jungla. Los luchadores de Lordaeron pueden ser encontrados en Eastern Plaguelands (Tierras de la Peste del Este).
  • Fighters (ファイター Faitā) are humanoid warriors that debuted in Kid Icarus: Uprising. Appearing exclusively in Together Mode, these soldiers compete in the divine sports of Skyworld.
  • Alignment: Any. Hit Die: d10.
  • Fighter is a basic style of Getamped.lots of Getamped's player would like to play this style because it esy to play.V+X of Fighter is good action and can annoy orther player very much.Most of Fighter's player would like to use accessory like Dragon claw with this style.
  • Fighter is the job class of most of the creatures in Dungeon Keeper 2---that is to say, every creature that is not a Thinker, a Worker, or a Scout. It indicates that fighting is what these creatures do best, even if they take it upon themselves to do other things when the need arises; for example, Dark Angels will research if there is still research to be done, and Bile Demons and Giants will usually manufacture Traps and Doors if there are any unfilled blueprints, but all of these creatures are still classified as Fighters.
  • El Fighter sería un vehiculo que se iba a incluir en Grand Theft Auto IV y sus expansiones pero por razones desconocidas fue eliminado del juego solo se puede hallar su especificaciones en el archivo handling.dat del juego ya que su modelo no se encuentra en el juego.
  • There are also Lite Fighters in most Japan-only installments, as well as in Days of Ruin where they are called Dusters.
  • The Fighter is the first warrior class job change for the Gaia characters. Fighters enjoy high attack power and can store energy in spiracles for later conversion to boost either HP or Vit. With a bow they serve as a good puller in a party. They make good damage dealers whether wielding an axe or a bow and can even do a decent job as a tank though not as effective as the Holy Warrior in that tank role. Attack speed is not as high as for the Strider. __TOC__
  • Fighters are the Battalion Wars equivalent of air superiority fighters, meant to control airspace and defeat other air units.
  • A fighter is a light, maneuverable craft designed to bring maximum firepower to bear in front of the ship. Fighters are as a rule more maneuverable than the more sluggish Freighters, and thus are adept at "dogfighting": the art of chasing an enemy ship and strafing it with gunfire. Freighters, by contrast, usually run a steady course and rely on their turrets to deal with the dodging fighters.
  • Fighters generally are small, weak combat ships that are quick and nimble. Fighters are often able to launch from the bays of carriers. In Nova, fighters are often woefully underpowered, even in swarms, but some are quite deadly. Notable fighters include the Viper and its variants (used by the Federation, Rebels, and Pirates), the Federation Anaconda, the Auroran Firebird and Phoenix, the Vell-os Dart and the Manta (deployed by the Polaris).
  • Fighter is the Title of a group of common Pistols and are manufactured exclusively by Vladof. The Fighter is obtained randomly from any suitable loot source.
  • The Fighter (格闘家 Kakutouka?, "Fighting Expert") is a recurring job class in the Tales series. The Fighter specializes in fist-based attacks, originally sharing similarities to Farah Oersted before being firmly patterned after Senel Coolidge.
  • Fighters learn the basics of all combat styles. Every fighter can swing an axe, fence with a rapier, wield a longsword or a greatsword, use a bow, and even trap foes in a net with some degree of skill. Likewise, a fighter is adept with shields and every form of armor. Beyond that basic degree of familiarity, each fighter specializes in a certain style of combat. Some concentrate on archery, some on fighting with two weapons at once, and some on augmenting their martial skills with magic. This combination of broad general ability and extensive specialization makes fighters superior combatants on battlefields and in dungeons alike.
  • Jin’s basic attacks are grounded in fundamental punching and kicking. He combines speed and destructive powers to smash through large groups of enemies. His superior combos with their long reach can sufficiently cover a large area and make quick counter attacks. Through careful meditation, Jin harnesses his Chi to imbue his fists with destructive force. The Burning Skill bar fills up for Jin allows him to use special skills. After filling the burning gauge up, initiate an attack and inflict even greater damage.
  • "Fighters" are manned attack aircraft that are dropped from larger ships within the planetary atmosphere. First seen in the episode "Basic Training", Ibanez and Barcalow pilot fighters dropped from the Valley Forge to engage flying bugs that are attacking ground units. Each of the fighter's are armed with air to air missiles and machine guns. Fighters are operated by a single pilot, but there is space for at least one more person behind the pilot. This is seen when Ibanez boards Barcalow's fighter after having crashed hers.
  • Early model fighters have no internal weapons and two fighter external ordinance racks, while later ones have one, two or even three internal weapons and four XO racks. When armed with fighter "rockets" (FRs), fighters have a massive one-shot close range attack, while fighter missiles allow for a less damaging stand-off attack. Fighter guns, lasers, and other fighter weapons allow fighter-versus-fighter combat and additional attacks on starships. By the end of ISW-4, Terran Federation fighters mounted internal fighter hetlasers and carried Advanced Antimatter FRs (FRAAMs).
  • Alignment restrictions: None Hit die: d10 Proficiencies: armor (light, heavy, medium), shields, weapons (martial, simple) Skill points: 2 + int modifier ( (2 + int modifer) * 4 at 1st level) Skills: concentration, craft armor, craft trap, craft weapon, discipline, heal, lore, parry, ride Unavailable feats: brew potion, craft wand, curse song, divine might, divine shield, extra music, extra turning, lingering song, quicken spell, scribe scroll, spell focus These general feats cannot be selected when taking a level of fighter. Primary saving throw(s): fortitude
  • Fighters are the basic fighting unit of AstroEmpires. Armed with lasers, they are unable to move between planets without a hangar unit.
  • Fighter — самолёт, который должен был появиться в Grand Theft Auto IV, но был вырезан по неизвестным причинам. Скорее всего, это была обновлённая версия истребителя Hydra из Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Внутри вертолёта Maverick (GTA IV) есть приборная панель, похожая на ту, что используется в истребителях, что доказывает его возможное присутствие в игре.
  • Fighters are very common in the violent world of Azeroth. They can be found among all races, from human foot soldiers to night elf archers. Fighters are skilled in knowledge of military tactics. Tuskarr fighters were encountered in Northrend. Colonel Kurzen employs jungle fighters. Lordaeron fighters can be found in the Eastern Plaguelands.
  • The Fighter is the second Fighter Aircraft and an upgrade to the Biplane. It becomes available in the Modern Age. This aircraft is more effective and has a greater range than its predecessor making it a viable attack unit if its base airfield is close to the battle. It is also useful for destroying enemy bombers before they can reach your town but if there is a strong AA defence this may not be necessary. Although they have more fuel than their bi-plane predecessors, they still run out very quickly and therefore the airfield must be somewhat close to the desired target.
  • Fighters do not have any apparent kind of artificial intelligence; rather, they randomly run, jump, and kick. This can often lead them into danger - they die if their feet touch thunder, fire, spark, magma, torch, acid, laser, or the edge of the screen. The maximum number of fighters possible to have on the screen is fifty. Boxes, players, and create take up room in the fighter limit too.
  • "Fighter" was one of the two official demonstration songs released for the VOCALOID CYBER SONGMAN.
  • A Fighter is another type of Harvester interceptor, which came from the Harvester Mothership during the War of 2016. They are similar to an Attacker, but their appearance and weapons differ in which they are armed with much more rapid energy blasters and equipped with fast-flight capabilities.
  • A fighter is an air unit whose purpose is to destroy other air units. Each faction has a tech 1 Interceptor and a tech 3 Air Superiority Fighter. The Cybran, UEF, and Seraphim also have tech 2 fighter/bombers that have anti-air weaponry. The Aeon are the only faction to have a dedicated tech 2 fighter in the Aeon T2 Combat Fighter: Swift Wind. The Anti-air strategy article describes the use of fighters as part of a larger anti-air strategy.
  • Fighters are a rather unassuming class geared heavily toward defensive fighting with heavy missile support. Their class powers are not nearly so impressive as, for example, Barbarians in terms of damage or maneuverability, but do provide significant long-term defensive bonuses that, combined with a strong skill set featuring Find Weakness, Archery, Dodge, and Athletics and generally excellent starting gear makes Fighters a safe, if somewhat boring, choice. Conventional pairings for a Fighter are drakelings or dwarves since both start with excellent starting gear, Toughness and Strength, and complement the Fighter's skill set well. Players wishing to take advantage of the strong archery abilities of Fighters may wish to try more agile races (elves or hurthlings).
  • "Fighter" is a song performed by Definition of Sound that featured in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III.
  • The Fighter (Japanese けんし senshi, lit. "warrior") is one of the character classes available to players in the Wizardry series of games. The Fighter has minimal requirements of entry, and is capable of wearing virtually every single kind of weapon and armor in the game. The Fighter is the equivalent in Wizardry of a common fantasy archetype in several role-playing games, the Fighter or Warrior.
  • Fighters are one of the 3 classes of heroes that are available in the game, the others being the rogue class and the spellcaster class. The fighter class basically contains: * Guards * Knights * Barbarians * Mercenaries * Paladins
  • Fighters can be many things, from soldiers to criminal enforcers. Some see adventure as a way to get rich, while others use their skills to protect the innocent. Of all the classes, the Fighter has the best all around fighting capabilities (hence the name). Fighters are familiar with all the standard weapons and armors. In addition to general fighting prowess, each Fighter develops particular specialties of his own. A given Fighter may be especially capable with certain weapons; another might be trained to execute specific fancy maneuvers. As fighters gain experience, they get more opportunities to develop their fighting skills. Thanks to their focus on combat maneuvers, they can master the most difficult ones relatively quickly.
  • In Fire Emblem they are a strong, axe-wielding unit. They have poor defense, low hit rate and slow attacks. They promote into Warriors. In Final Fantasy they can wield the most weapon types but have no magic. They are your basic tank (absorb damage) damage dealing class. They upgrade into Knight after completing a quest for Bahamut, and are able to use low to mid level White Magic. This article is a stub. You can help the Nintendo Wiki by expanding it.
  • Fighters are the basic melee class of the RAD, as well as a starter class for RAcD/RArD players.
  • Fighter is an air unit available late in several Civ games.
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  • Fighter is a descriptive term for a combat expert skilled with a variety of weapons and trained to protect other members of a group. A skilled fighter defines the front line of any battle, holding it while their allies maneuver. Any individual fighter can use almost any armor and weapon they choose and benefits from the ability to quickly learn more and more tactical maneuvers. With the proper time and training, fighters become capable of mastering their weapons to the point of killing opponents in a single blow.
  • Base Cost: 500 Commandable?: 500 Flying?: 1000 Marine?: 500 Description: The workhorse of every army. Fighters have an average amount of range, damage, fire rate, hitpoints, and speed. Almost all classes measure their statistics by the yardstick of the fighter. Fighters are one of the only classes with the option to traverse water unharmed.
  • The Fighter is a class that specializes usually in melee combat. They are often stereotyped as being stupid and are usually trained at Fighter colleges, most notably Bash University.
  • On par with Infernal Possessed, slightly stronger than Empire Squire, slightly weaker than Elven Centaur and Dwarven Dwarf.
  • Fighters are masters of combat. They use their enhanced skill with weapons to adventure and are known to be able to master various combat techniques and skills at arms.
  • This page is specifically for the fighter class in BG:EESoDBGIIToBBGII:EE. For the version in BGTotSC, refer to Fighter (Baldur's Gate).
  • How to acquire: Buy from the Armor Shop for 5000 gold Sell Value: 1250 gold.
  • A Fighter is a type of character that can be picked at the start of the game. They use heavy hand-held weapons to slash and stab, or smash and crush their enemies to death.
  • Fighter is a class of Dragon's Gate character who's primary skills involve weapons and armor. One major advantage fighters have over Barbarians and Sword Clerics is the ability to focus on their target giving them a better chance at hitting their target.
  • The Fighter is the basic air unit of Axis & Allies and TripleA.
  • Fighters are stick figures that run, jump, and kick, the player dies if kicked by a fighter.Their feet are used for collision detection; fighters die if their feet touch magma,fire,torch, or thunder. They are particularly fond of boxes and love to kick them.
  • Role: Damage Dealer and Secondary Defender Some fighters rely on spells, others prefer tricks and illusions. You believe that all encounters can be resolved quickly with the swift swing of a two-handed weapon. The thrill of taking on multiple enemies at once drives you into battle far ahead of your party. And if necessary, you will not hesitate to sacrifice yourself to ensure your party’s survival.
  • The Fighter is a tank Class that was released unnamed on June 3, 2016, and was given a name on June 4, 2016. The Fighter is an upgraded form of the Tri-Angle, and as a Tier 4 tank it doesn't further upgrade. This Class was buffed on 06/13/2016 (Although the exact changes are unknown).
  • The Fighter is a class available for survivors in The Last Stand: Dead Zone, introduced in Info File #1.
  • The Fighter is most common enemy players will encounter in any of the Marathon games. Pfhor Fighters are basic enemies that come in a variety of colors denoting difficulty level.
  • As one approaches Jhelom, the island home of Britannia's fighters, the clang of steel and the cry of men-at-arms perfecting their trade becomes unmistakable. These fighting men, the finest in Britannia, can be found throughout the land, in the employ of some noble lord, or perhaps engaged in an adventure on their own right. Through their unmatched Courage, these warriors further themselves in the virtue of Valor. Fighters are among the Older Professions. In Ultima IX, the fighter receives +5 Karma, a scimitar, and a map of Valoria as a starting bonus.
  • Characteristics: You are extremely tough, with a great Armor Class and lots of hit points. You have extraordinary resilience against physical attack. You don’t have much ability to fight at range, but you excel in melee combat. You have special abilities that make it dangerous for enemies to ignore you, so you can contain foes and keep them away from your friends. Religion: Fighters naturally favor deities of war, combat, adventure, or valor. Bahamut and Kord are popular, as is Avandra. Many unaligned or evil fighters pay homage to Bane, the god of war.
  • Fighter är en demo inspelad av bandet Greenline Monster. Inspelningen gjordes sent 1996 eller tidigt 1997 i Studio Källargillestuga på Bondsjöhöjden i Härnösand. Delaktiga i densamma var Roger och Lasse, sannolikt under artistnamnen Supersucker respektive Snowsnake. Roger spelade trummor och gitarr, Lasse spelade gitarr och bas. Produktion sköttes gemensamt under ledning av Lasse. Två låtar spelades in, av vilka den andra är förlorad sedan sommaren eller hösten 1997.
  • The Fighter is one of three Classes available to the Humans. Image:Class Icon Fighter.jpg Fighters automatically gain + 1 to STR each Level. Description The Fighter is your standard melee combatant. Up close and personal is how the Fighter prefers confrontation. Physical attack power is the focus of the Fighter, but don’t be fooled. A certain amount of Magical Points (MP) are needed to power the Fighter’s devastating Special Skills.
  • The Fighter is the most basic Combat type class. Characters with low (< 29) primary stats will start in this class if their Strength is higher than their Intellect. This is the starting class for Rush. How to Obtain: This is a starting class only, it cannot be changed into. Upgrade Options: The Fighter upgrades to the following Combat classes at STR 29: * Sorcerer: The highest level Mystic skill must be Remedies. * Magus: There has to be a highest level skill. If all are equal, Freelancer or Ranger will be picked instead.
  • Fighters are launched from Carriers and Airbases. Both carriers and airbases start with 5 fighters. Fighters will be slowly regenerated at airbases, but not at carriers. However, you can launch fighters from airbases and land them on carriers, freeing up space at the airbase for more fighters. Fighters cannot be launched before DEFCON 3. Fighters are also useful as scouts, while their radar range and fuel range may be limited, the airbases ability to regenerate them makes them expendable. This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
  • File:Fighter PSO2 icon.png Fighter is one of nine playable classes in Phantasy Star Online 2. Alongside File:Gunner PSO2 icon.png Gunner and File:Techtor PSO2 icon.png Techer, this class was once locked behind two Client Orders (offered by Ohza), but is now freely available; players may not start a new character with this class, but they may switch to it from the very beginning at the Class Counter.
  • Fighter was a descriptive term for a warrior skilled with a variety of weapons and trained in the arts of war. A skilled fighter defined the front line of any battle, breaking through enemy ranks and holding the line while their allies maneuvered. All fighters were trained to use virtually any armor or weapon the situation required; a fighter could use an axe, a rapier, or a greatsword with roughly equivalent skill. As well as being combat generalists, most fighter also specialized in a particular skillset, such as archery or combat magic.
  • At 1st level, and at every even level thereafter, a fighter gains a bonus feat in addition to those gained from normal advancement (meaning that the fighter gains a feat at every level). These bonus feats must be selected from those listed as Combat Feats, sometimes also called “fighter bonus feats.”Bravery (Ex) Starting at 2nd level, a fighter gains a +1 bonus on Will saves against fear. This bonus increases by +1 for every four levels beyond 2nd.Armor Training (Ex) Weapon Training (Ex) Weapon groups are defined as follows (GMs may add other weapons to these groups, or add entirely new groups):
  • The Fighter is one of the initially creatable human units. He is a physical-orientated warrior with reasonably high HP, ATK, and DEF, however he is somewhat slow to act due to his low SPD and vulnerable to magical attacks due to his low RES. He focuses on the use of Physical and Energy-based skills but has extremely low proficiency in all other arts. He's best suited to physical type weapons such as swords and spears. Axes can heighten his ATK, but can hamper his already low SPD. Daggers can also be useful to compensate for that.
  • __TOC__ Fighters are the pinnacle of martial combat. Where mages learn to defeat their foes by wielding the powers arcane, and others through the grace of their deity, the fighter survives through strength of arms alone. In Golarion, the life of a fighter is the primary recourse of a would-be adventurer. No study is needed, no blessings to be imparted–all one needs is a sword and the will to excel and become better.
  • "Description Fighters are masters with weapons such as swords and axes. They also have great defenses against some of the strongest physical attacks Special Skills Ability to wear the strongest armor and use the most powerful physical-damage based weapons. Play Style Strong in leading and defending in battle." (Godsoftime.com) Different Styles are on the right of this page. OFFENSIVE ABILITIES: OverSwing Level 1 Instant cast time 5.0 second cooldown 15 to 45 damage & 4 to 5 poison damage +1crit Whirlwind Level 5 3.0 second cast time 10.0 second cooldown 20 to 40 damage to all enemies
  • Fighter is certainly one of Kirby's most versatile abilities and he can execute many different attacks with it. Fighter Kirby gains the abilities of a martial artist and boxer, along with being able to fire energy blasts like standard chi/aura fighters, and shows it all off while topped with a red headband. He gains this ability by inhaling enemies with a knack for fighting.
  • While Fighters lack in magic, they make up in physical force. A Fighter is not gifted with the magic of a Mage or with the agility of a Rogue, but he overcomes this through continued dedication to the mastery of weapons. A Fighter begins with a few simple skills, but they are enough to support him until he joins the ranks of the Warriors and Guards.
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Gold
  • 6500
  • 8500
  • 9000
Category
  • Combat
Range
  • 1
Box Title
  • Fighter
Drive
Singer
WI
  • +1
Element
  • Any
Games
  • Super Smash Bros. Melee, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U
Faction
  • All
Date
  • 2016-10-30
Skills
saves
  • fortitude
Speed
  • 0
  • Fast
WP
fe
  • 18
  • 19
  • 20
  • 22
  • 24
  • 30
  • 35
  • 40
  • 45
  • 52
  • 60
  • 80
  • 85
  • 100
  • Warrior
  • /%*/%*/%*/%*/%*0%*/%*/%*-*-*-*-
  • File:Shove.pngShove*Base skill of all foot units.
  • Learnt at Level 10 and above.
  • Learnt at Level 10.
  • File:MaxHPPlus5.pngHP +5
  • Fighter*Use a File:FE10masterseal.pngMaster Seal on a Level 10+ Fighter or train a Fighter to Level 21.*30px
  • File:FE4 Axe Fighter Sprite.gifAxe Fighter*Choose the "Class Change" option in the Home Castle when the relevant unit reaches Level 20.*File:FE4 Warrior Sprite.gifWarrior
  • File:FE11 Fighter Map Sprite.gifFighter*Use a File:FE11masterseal.pngMaster Seal on a Level 10+ Fighter.*File:FE11 Warrior Map Sprite.gifWarrior
  • Fighter*Use a File:FE9masterseal.gifMaster Seal on a Level 10+ Fighter.*30px
  • File:FE8 Fighter Map Sprite.gifFighter*Use a File:herocrest.gifHero Crest on a Level 10+ Fighter.*File:FE8 Warrior Map Sprite.gifWarrior
  • File:FEDS Fighter Map Sprite.gifFighter*Use a File:FE11masterseal.pngMaster Seal on a Level 10+ Fighter.*File:FEDS Warrior Map Sprite.gifWarrior
  • File:FE13 Generic Hero (M) Map Sprite.gifHero
  • File:FE8 Hero Map Sprite.gifHero
  • File:FE14 Generic Fighter Map Sprite.gifFighter*Use a File:Master Seal FE13 Icon.pngMaster Seal on a Level 10+ Fighter.*File:FE14 Generic Berserker Map Sprite.gifBerserker
  • File:FE8 Journeyman Map Sprite.gifJourneyman*Automatically at the start of next map after reaching Level 10*File:FE8 Fighter Map Sprite.gifFighter
  • File:FE13 Generic Fighter Map Sprite.gifFighter*Use a File:Master Seal FE13 Icon.pngMaster Seal on a Level 10+ Fighter.*File:FE13 Generic Warrior Map Sprite.gifWarrior
  • /%*/%*/%*/%*/%*/%*/%*-*-*-*-*-
  • File:FE14 Generic Hero Map Sprite.gifHero
  • File:FieryHeart.pngZeal*Learnt at Level 1.
  • File:Roundhouse.pngGamble*Learnt at Level 1 and above.
  • File:FE5 Axe fighter.gifAxe Fighter*Use a File:Knight Proof (FE5).pngKnight Proof on a Level 10+ Axe Fighter.*File:FE5 Hero.gifMercenary
  • *File:FE8 Fighter Map Sprite.gifFighter*Use a File:herocrest.gifHero Crest on a Level 10+ Fighter.*File:FE8 Warrior Map Sprite.gifWarrior
Armor
  • 2
Weapon
Tier
  • 4
Producer
Races
  • Any
Role
  • * Damage dealer * Puller
Game
  • Ultima V
  • Ultima IV
  • Ultima VII
  • Borderlands 2
  • Ultima VII Part Two
  • Ultima Underworld
  • Ultima Underworld II
  • Ultima VI
  • •Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon
  • •Tales of Eternia Online
  • •Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology
  • •Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2
  • •Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 3
  • •Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 2
  • •Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 3
DE
  • Kämpfer
Powersource
  • Martial
Footnotes
  • Regenerated by Airbases over time.
Magic
  • none
En
  • Fighter
LE
  • -2
Name
  • Fighter
Text
  • The world beyond the cities - and sometimes within - can be a violent place. Many monstrosities indigenous to the Serpent Isle have a bloodthirsty hatred for humans, and even some non-sentient plants have lethal forms of protection. Fighters take up arms and armour to do battle with foes both natural and otherworldly. Some warriors travel great distances to receive proper training. Others learn directly upon the battlefield of life. Fighters discover early the importance of strength, agility and perception, else they die. Skilled with many weapons, fighters compose the bulk of the adventure-minded population and are often the protectors of entire communities.
  • Many celebrated fighters are trained in the art of combat at Serpent's Hold. There are, however, a few warriors of humble origin who have not the benefit of such training. These acquire skills on the field of battle, earning high acclaim for heroic deeds of valor. The true value of a fighter is found not in his training, but in his heart; it is exemplified not in his knowledge, but in his accomplishments.
  • In the isolation of the Valorian Isles, Valorous fighters are trained in the arts of battle. Strong and fearless, the fighters of Jhelom can overcome any known foe. They are trained in all weapons and they show dexterity in all armour. Most fighters prefer the sword or bludgeoning weapon, for they have the strength to wield the heaviest two-handed sword and do extreme damage with it. Often found fighting beside the best of Jhelom are the paladins of Trinsic, the fierce rangers of Skara Brae and the humble shepherds of New Magincia. Although fighters enjoy the advantages of magic, they do not practice it and seldom show any tendencies of talent in that direction. They do show an almost magical intuition about animals; no people train horses or out think monsters better than fighters.
  • As a novice fighter grows in experience, his strength and dexterity naturally increase, allowing him to employ more effective combinations of weapons and armour. Enjoying the company of rangers and paladins, the fighter should likewise associate him self with a mage or a bard who can supplement his great physical attack with long range weaponry and the tools of magic.
  • Many Britannian fighters receive formal training in the martial arts at Serpent's Hold, and in return they serve for a specified term as members of the Royal Militia. Some fighters study in Jhelom or with other trainers across Britannia. Other fighters never receive any formal training. Their unforgiving teacher is the battlefield, where many lives are lost when lessons are not mastered quickly enough. Fighters generally possess great strength and endurance, a proficiency with many types of weapons and the courage to face the demanding trials of combat time and time again.
  • From the town of Jhelom hail the mighty Fighters. They pass their lives in training and have the use of all weapons and armour, though most prefer the double-edged Britannian sword, a devastating weapon in the hands of a skilled fencer. Fighters have little or no magical talents, for they believe only in the use of arms and fear that magical training saps the will and concentration of a true warrior. They possess a particular affinity for horses, and are most useful companions on travels to uncharted regions.
  • Fighter - They fight on the front line and are capable of using a wide variety of weapons. A key component of any MCC or Squad. Fighters can use the exclusive skill Provoke.
  • Fighters devote themselves wholly to all forms of the art of physical combat: unarmed fighting, hand-to-hand weapons and missile weapons. Their power over others consists in their unparalleled excellence in the manipulation and application of physical forces.
  • The fighter typically possesses great strength and endurance, complements to his natural instincts and boundless courage. His proficiency with many weapons makes him a walking arsenal, everready for battle. The fighter prefers to mount his attack from the front line position, a strategy which well serves his inclination to wield mighty bludgeoning weapons and lethal two-handed swords.
  • Those warriors wishing to join our number should be prepared to satisfy the qualifications of our fighting society, the Order of the Crux Ansata. Prospective Knights should have spent their lives in martial training and have the use of all weapons and armor. The Order has particularly found the double-edged Britannian sword to be a devastating weapon in the close quarters of the Abyss. Horses are impractical in our surroundings, and we have no facilities to feed or stable mounts, so leave your steeds behind. The Order's custom is that engaging in magic is only a waste of energy for fighters - Knights leave spell-casting to the mages.
Type
  • Class
  • Pistol
  • Melee, Energy
AP
Caption
  • Fighter
  • Kirby's Return to Dream Land artwork
  • "I could have been a contender!"
  • Anglo Fighter
  • Fast, short range combat aircraft
  • Generic class portrait of a Fighter from Fates.
  • “You’ll have to deal with me first, dragon!”
Fuel
  • 60
  • 70
  • 80
  • 99
tot
  • + 0
Special Abilities
  • Advanced Weapon Specialisation.
PrimaryRole
  • Defender
NEXT JOBS
  • * Champion * Archer
JOB CHANGE
  • 1
iconic
JOB WEAPON
  • * Bows * Swords, One Handed * Swords, Two Handed * Axes, One Handed * Axes, Two Handed
Radar
  • Small
TCopterATK
  • 75
  • 95
PREVIOUS JOB
  • Rogue
Weapon One
  • Missiles
  • Air To Air Missiles B
  • Anti-Air Missiles
  • Air To Air Missiles A
BShipDEF
  • 45
BCopterATK
  • 65
  • 95
Weapon Two
  • Air To Air Missiles B
  • Gatling Gun B
AATankDEF
  • 75
Range Two
  • 1
Air ATK One
  • 47
  • 50
Ammo Price One
  • 45.0
  • 40.0
Ammo Price Two
  • 3.0
  • 40.0
Unarmored ATK Two
  • 20
Range One
  • 1
  • 3
Init Base
  • 29
  • 32
  • 36
Ammo One
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
Unarmored DEF
  • 42
  • 48
  • 56
Armor DEF
  • 36
  • 42
  • 50
Armor ATK Two
  • 8
Init Loss
  • 2
Ship ATK Two
  • 1
Air ATK Two
  • 22
  • 50
Air DEF
  • 30
  • 35
  • 40
Ammo Two
  • 3
  • 7
  • 8
Move Power
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
Ship DEF
  • 38
  • 44
  • 52
BomberATK
  • 45
  • 95
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attacks per round
  • Gains 1/2 melee attacks per round at levels 7 and 13
sonar
  • None
nukes
  • None
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con
  • 6
Penalty
  • Slowest Movement Speed
Members
  • yes
Move
  • 9
imagewidth
  • 80
Link
Primary Weapon
  • Air-To-Air Missile
Production
  • Airport
  • Fighter B Promotion
ST
  • +3
Ts
  • 22
  • 60
  • File:AxeFighter.gifAxe Fighter*Use a File:TRSHeroProof.gifHero Proof on a Level 10+ Fighter.*File:Warrior.gifWarrior
Elements
  • None
Unit Name
  • Fighter
  • Fighter B
  • Fighter A
  • Fighter S
Title
  • Navigation
  • Fighter
  • "Fighter"
  • Air-to-Air Aircraft
Manufacturer
  • Vladof
HD
  • 10
Part
  • GD_Weap_Pistol.Barrel. Pistol_Barrel_Jakobs
Weapons
  • Axe
  • All simple and martial weapons
col
  • no
Icon
Skill
  • 2
  • poor
Rank
  • 1
Enemies
Image size
  • 300
Armour
  • All light, medium, and heavy armour, all shields
Class
  • Warrior
AC
  • 1
Ammo
  • 6
  • 9
  • 10
Color
  • green
  • cybersongman
  • #A455A6; color: #330A34
Views
  • and
Powers
  • Destroys Metal Blocks
Singers
Cost
  • 5
  • 350
  • 20000
Fr
  • Combat
dual-class
  • Yes
multi-class
  • Yes
acah
  • 1
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ma
  • -3
PE
  • 0
firstseen
int
  • 3
Imagen
  • 250
JA
  • ファイター
Producers
  • YusukeKira * cheesum
PREV
  • N/a
costumes
ID
  • 28
to
  • +1
Video
Style
  • Yes
ES
  • Luchador
CH
  • 0
Image File
  • Uprising_light_team_fighter_e3_2011_press_kit.png
Gender
  • N/A
Health
  • Moderate
  • heroic
Cargo
  • -1
helper
  • Knuckle Joe
Artist
Race
  • Gaia
  • N/A
SA
  • None
Unit Type
  • Air
Vision
  • 2
  • 5
NEXT
  • None
  • N/a
Book
  • Compendium
  • The History of Britannia
  • Book of Lore
  • The Book of Fellowship
  • Beyond the Serpent Pillars
  • A Safe Passage Through Britannia
  • Memoirs of Sir Cabirus
Supply
  • 80
  • Jet
Director
Effect
  • HP
  • Melee weapons' range +1.
Shield
  • 0
Materials
  • 72
  • 86
  • 94
Year
  • 2003
Barrel
Location
  • Battleon » Yulgar's Inn » Up Stairs » Blackhawke
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QuestName
  • Fighter 250px
DX
  • 0
martial
  • good
Move Type
  • Plane
Healing
  • Varies
Laser
  • 1
mini-bosses
Hsave
Lsave
skillpoints
  • 2
hitdice
  • d10
sourcebook
  • Player's Handbook
Cskill
  • Craft Armor, Craft Weapon, Intimidate, Lore, Parry, and Taunt.
Wep.spec
  • Assault Rifles
  • Melee Weapons
  • Light Machine Guns
  • Heavy weapons
acz
  • 1
abstract
  • Fighter
  • ¹This equipment is optional.
  • The Fighter is an all purpose combat expert skilled with a variety of weapons. What the fighter lacks in special class abilities they more than make up for in additional bonus feats which can be chosen from a long list of combat oriented feats. These feats can be used to mold the fighter into a specialized combat expert. Anything from a tough to kill warmachine wielding a hard hitting greatclub in two hands clearing a swath of open ground where once stood opponents, to a eagle-eyed crackshot archer able to pick a bird out of the sky from 100 yards.
  • Fighters are determined combat adepts trained to protect the other members of their adventuring groups. Fighters define the front line by bashing and slicing foes into submission while reflecting enemy attacks through the use of heavy armor. Fighters draw weapons for gold, for glory, for duty, and for the mere joy of unrestrained martial exercise. Primary Stat: Strength. Hit Points gained per level: 6.
  • Following is a list of all playable fighter aircraft available to the player in each Ace Combat game. They are sorted in order of their first appearance; click the arrows next to a column header to change the sort order.
  • The Fighter (戦士 Senshi), also called Axe Fighter in the Jugdral Series games, TearRing Saga, as well as the Japanese version of Fire Emblem Fates, is a combat physical and typically male-only class found in every game in the series barring Gaiden. Wielding Axes as their sole weapon of choice, Fighters often appear as a duo early on in the games. In Fates the class is a Nohrian class. Its Hoshidan counterpart is the Oni Savage. When choosing a secondary class for the Avatar, it is called Fighter (斧戦士 Ono Senshi lit. Axe Fighter in the Japanese version)
  • The Fighter is one of three Classes available to the Humans. Image:Class Icon Fighter.jpg Fighters automatically gain + 1 to STR each Level. Description The Fighter is your standard melee combatant. Up close and personal is how the Fighter prefers confrontation. Physical attack power is the focus of the Fighter, but don’t be fooled. A certain amount of Magical Points (MP) are needed to power the Fighter’s devastating Special Skills. Beginning Stats: * STR - 14 * REC - 9 * INT - 8 * WIS - 7 * DEX - 12 * LUC - 15 Weapons * One Handed Sword * Dual Sword * Spear * Two Handed Sword * One Handed Mace See Also * Fighter Armor * Fighter Skills
  • Fighters are launched from Carriers and Airbases. Both carriers and airbases start with 5 fighters. Fighters will be slowly regenerated at airbases, but not at carriers. However, you can launch fighters from airbases and land them on carriers, freeing up space at the airbase for more fighters. Fighters cannot be launched before DEFCON 3. Fighters have a much shorter range than Bombers, but are slightly faster. Fighters are effective at shooting down enemy bombers, but very vulnerable to missiles from Battleships and Missile Silos in SAM mode. Fighters, while not as effective as Bombers, can also damage enemy submarines. Fighters are also useful as scouts, while their radar range and fuel range may be limited, the airbases ability to regenerate them makes them expendable. This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
  • The Fighter is the most basic Combat type class. Characters with low (< 29) primary stats will start in this class if their Strength is higher than their Intellect. This is the starting class for Rush. How to Obtain: This is a starting class only, it cannot be changed into. Upgrade Options: The Fighter upgrades to the following Combat classes at STR 29: * Freelancer: If the sums of Item skills and Mystic skills are within 1 of each other. Using only Combat Arts is a good way to achieve this. * Ranger: If the sum of Mystic skills is at least 2 higher than the sum of Item skills. Combat skills don't matter. * Monk: If the sum of Item skills is at least 2 higher than the sum of Mystic skills. Combat skills don't matter. It is also possible to switch to Mystic classes from Fighter, but only if Intellect reaches 29 before Strength does. The Mystic skill sum must also be higher than the Item skill sum for these upgrades. Reaching 29 in both stats at the same time results in a Mystic class change if all other requirements are met. * Sorcerer: The highest level Mystic skill must be Remedies. * Magus: There has to be a highest level skill. If all are equal, Freelancer or Ranger will be picked instead.
  • Alignment Restrictions: None Hit Die: d10 Proficiencies: Armor Proficiency (Light), Armor Proficiency (Medium), Armor Proficiency (Heavy), Shield Proficiency, Weapon Proficiency (Martial), Weapon Proficiency (Simple) Skill Points: (INT modifier * 4 at 1st level) 2 + INT modifier Skills: Concentration, Craft armor, Craft trap, Craft weapon, Discipline, Heal , Lore, Parry Selectable Class Feats: Ambidexterity, Deflect Arrows, Two-Weapon Fighting, Weapon Proficiency (Exotic), Weapon Specialization Primary Saving Throw(s): Fortitude Base Attack Bonus: +1/level
  • Characteristics: You are extremely tough, with a great Armor Class and lots of hit points. You have extraordinary resilience against physical attack. You don’t have much ability to fight at range, but you excel in melee combat. You have special abilities that make it dangerous for enemies to ignore you, so you can contain foes and keep them away from your friends. Religion: Fighters naturally favor deities of war, combat, adventure, or valor. Bahamut and Kord are popular, as is Avandra. Many unaligned or evil fighters pay homage to Bane, the god of war. Races: Fighters come from all races. Dragonborn, dwarves, and humans are the most common fighters.
  • The Fighter Class is one of the three classes available at the start of the game. Fighters focus mainly on their Strength attribute to master the basic arts of being a warrior. To become a member of the Fighter class, talk to Blackhawke in the BattleOn Inn. This class serves as a prerequisite for more advanced classes, such as Martial Artist, Paladin, Knight, Pirate and Berserker.
  • Fighters are members of the feudal system of ancient not-Japan. This class was a renowned combatant, as the name suggests, and could easily use any sort of weapon to inflict more damage than even the most powerful of sorcerers. However they have only one weakness which is an arrow in the penis.
  • Fighters are Strike Craft designed to move quickly and engage lightly armored targets, primarily Bombers, but also Scouts, Long Range Frigates, Siege Frigates, and to an extent Corvettes. They are extremely vulnerable to enemy Anti-Strike Craft Frigates. Generally, they are quite ineffective against ships with anything other than light armor.
  • thumbEl Fighter es un avión de papel que aparece en el libro How to Make a Origami Airplanes That Fly . Su forma es como la de un avión de combate.
  • The following are changes in the Fighter class from its listing in Paizo material.
  • As one approaches Jhelom, the island home of Britannia's fighters, the clang of steel and the cry of men-at-arms perfecting their trade becomes unmistakable. These fighting men, the finest in Britannia, can be found throughout the land, in the employ of some noble lord, or perhaps engaged in an adventure on their own right. Through their unmatched Courage, these warriors further themselves in the virtue of Valor. The fighters of Britannia are masters in the art of armed combat, and can competently wield any of the arms forged throughout the land; although, the double-edged sword, a truly fearsome weapon in the hands of a skilled master, is their preferred tool. Years of training have strengthened their bodies to such a degree that no is beyond their abilities, and the wise, or at least wealthy, warrior chooses sturdy chain or plate to protect himself when danger is present. Confident in their abilities and arms, some warriors choose to forsake magical enchantments all together. They posses a particular affinity for horses, for the noble Valorian steed has been bred for generations on the same soil these warriors call home. They are a fitting companion for any adventure into the farflung realms of Britannia. Fighters are among the Older Professions. In Ultima IX, the fighter receives +5 Karma, a scimitar, and a map of Valoria as a starting bonus.
  • The Fighter was a plane meant to make an appearance in Grand Theft Auto IV. The plane was removed for unknown reasons (possibly for realism). Although its handling has remained in the game, the plane itself does not. It would most likely have been an upgraded version of the Hydra.
  • The Fighter is a class introduced in Phantasy Star Online 2. It is a powerful melee class that wields fast, powerful weapons; unlike the Hunter, which focuses more on survivability, the Fighter trades range and survivability for pure power.
  • Fighter is the most basic "fighting" class, from which all other classes are derived. Any entity may qualify as fighter by being an actor within a fight, that is, not being a passive object or a victim of attack, but by attacking or defending. Being a fighter is not tied to any social role or any degree of skill, although, by frequently performing the acts of fighting, one improves at them and so levels up as a fighter. The Fighter's upgrade class is the Battler, which in turn upgrades into the Warrior.
  • Fighters, Luchadores, o Combatientes son muy comunes en el violento mundo de Azeroth. Pueden ser encontrados en todas las razas desde soldados humanos hasta arqueros elfos nocturnos. Tienen sus habilidades en los conocimientos de tácticas militares. Los luchadores Tuskarr son encontrados en Northrend (Rasganorte). El Coronel Kurzen enplea luchadores de jungla. Los luchadores de Lordaeron pueden ser encontrados en Eastern Plaguelands (Tierras de la Peste del Este).
  • At 1st level, and at every even level thereafter, a fighter gains a bonus feat in addition to those gained from normal advancement (meaning that the fighter gains a feat at every level). These bonus feats must be selected from those listed as Combat Feats, sometimes also called “fighter bonus feats.” Upon reaching 4th level, and every four levels thereafter (8th, 12th, and so on), a fighter can choose to learn a new bonus feat in place of a bonus feat he has already learned. In effect, the fighter loses the bonus feat in exchange for the new one. The old feat cannot be one that was used as a prerequisite for another feat, prestige class, or other ability. A fighter can only change one feat at any given level and must choose whether or not to swap the feat at the time he gains a new bonus feat for the level.Bravery (Ex) Starting at 2nd level, a fighter gains a +1 bonus on Will saves against fear. This bonus increases by +1 for every four levels beyond 2nd.Armor Training (Ex) Starting at 3rd level, a fighter learns to be more maneuverable while wearing armor. Whenever he is wearing armor, he reduces the armor check penalty by 1 (to a minimum of 0) and increases the maximum Dexterity bonus allowed by his armor by 1. Every four levels thereafter (7th, 11th, and 15th), these bonuses increase by +1 each time, to a maximum –4 reduction of the armor check penalty and a +4 increase of the maximum Dexterity bonus allowed. In addition, a fighter can also move at his normal speed while wearing medium armor. At 7th level, a fighter can move at his normal speed while wearing heavy armor.Weapon Training (Ex) Starting at 5th level, a fighter can select one group of weapons, as noted below. Whenever he attacks with a weapon from this group, he gains a +1 bonus on attack and damage rolls. Every four levels thereafter (9th, 13th, and 17th), a fighter becomes further trained in another group of weapons. He gains a +1 bonus on attack and damage rolls when using a weapon from this group. In addition, the bonuses granted by previous weapon groups increase by +1 each. For example, when a fighter reaches 9th level, he receives a +1 bonus on attack and damage rolls with one weapon group and a +2 bonus on attack and damage rolls with the weapon group selected at 5th level. Bonuses granted from overlapping groups do not stack. Take the highest bonus granted for a weapon if it resides in two or more groups. A fighter also adds this bonus to any combat maneuver checks made with weapons from this group. This bonus also applies to the fighter's Combat Maneuver Defense when defending against disarm and sunder attempts made against weapons from this group. Weapon groups are defined as follows (GMs may add other weapons to these groups, or add entirely new groups): Axes: battleaxe, dwarven waraxe, greataxe, handaxe, heavy pick, light pick, orc double axe, and throwing axe. Blades (Heavy): bastard sword, elven curve blade, falchion, greatsword, longsword, scimitar, scythe, and two-bladed sword. Blades (Light): dagger, kama, kukri, rapier, sickle, starknife, Beam Saber, and short sword. Bows: composite longbow, composite shortbow, longbow, and shortbow. Close/monk: gauntlet, heavy shield, light shield, punching dagger, sap, spiked armor, spiked gauntlet, spiked shield, unarmed strike, kama, nunchaku, quarterstaff, sai, shuriken, and siangham. Crossbows/Firearms (light): hand Gun, hand crossbow, light crossbow, Remote, and light repeating crossbow. Crossbows/Firearms (Heavy): heavy crossbow, heavy repeating crossbow, chain gun, bazooka, rifle, flame thrower, and Makai Cannon. Double: dire flail, dwarven urgrosh, gnome hooked hammer, orc double axe, quarterstaff, and two-bladed sword. Flails: dire flail, flail, heavy flail, morningstar, nunchaku, spiked chain, and whip. Hammers: club, greatclub, heavy mace, light hammer, light mace, and warhammer. Natural: unarmed strike and all natural weapons, such as bite, claw, gore, tail, and wing. Pole Arms/spears: glaive, guisarme, halberd, ranseur, javelin, lance, longspear, shortspear, spear, drill, shovel, and trident. Thrown: blowgun, bolas, club, dagger, dart, halfling sling staff, javelin, light hammer, net, shortspear, shuriken, sling, spear, starknife, throwing axe, pie, UFO, and trident. *Monster: Physical, Mental Novelty: Drum, Book, Syringe, Fan, Magnet, Frying pan, Box, Fishing Pole, Bomb, Wrench, and Balloon. Siege Engines: all siege engines. * Can only be taken if the Fighter has reincarnated as a monster or is of the monster type.Armor Mastery (Ex) At 19th level, a fighter gains Damage Reduction 5/— whenever he is wearing armor or using a shield.Weapon Mastery (Ex) At 20th level, a fighter chooses one weapon, such as the longsword, greataxe, or longbow. Any attacks made with that weapon automatically confirm all critical threats and have their damage multiplier increased by 1 (×2 becomes ×3, for example). In addition, he cannot be disarmed while wielding a weapon of this type.
  • Fighters (ファイター Faitā) are humanoid warriors that debuted in Kid Icarus: Uprising. Appearing exclusively in Together Mode, these soldiers compete in the divine sports of Skyworld.
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  • Fighter is a basic style of Getamped.lots of Getamped's player would like to play this style because it esy to play.V+X of Fighter is good action and can annoy orther player very much.Most of Fighter's player would like to use accessory like Dragon claw with this style.
  • Fighter is the job class of most of the creatures in Dungeon Keeper 2---that is to say, every creature that is not a Thinker, a Worker, or a Scout. It indicates that fighting is what these creatures do best, even if they take it upon themselves to do other things when the need arises; for example, Dark Angels will research if there is still research to be done, and Bile Demons and Giants will usually manufacture Traps and Doors if there are any unfilled blueprints, but all of these creatures are still classified as Fighters.
  • El Fighter sería un vehiculo que se iba a incluir en Grand Theft Auto IV y sus expansiones pero por razones desconocidas fue eliminado del juego solo se puede hallar su especificaciones en el archivo handling.dat del juego ya que su modelo no se encuentra en el juego.
  • "Description Fighters are masters with weapons such as swords and axes. They also have great defenses against some of the strongest physical attacks Special Skills Ability to wear the strongest armor and use the most powerful physical-damage based weapons. Play Style Strong in leading and defending in battle." (Godsoftime.com) Different Styles are on the right of this page. OFFENSIVE ABILITIES: OverSwing Level 1 Instant cast time 5.0 second cooldown 15 to 45 damage & 4 to 5 poison damage +1crit Whirlwind Level 5 3.0 second cast time 10.0 second cooldown 20 to 40 damage to all enemies Hurl Weapon Level 10 Instant cast time 10.0 second cooldown 10 to 120 damage Decapitate(Level 20) 2.0 second cast time 10 second cooldown 400 to 500 damage Execute(Level 40) Instantaneous cast time 60 second cooldown 400 to 650 damage DEFENSIVE ABILITIES: Defensive Stance (Rank1) Level 5 62Armor -9damage 20avoid Defensive Stance (Rank2) Level 15 187Armor -30damage 60avoid Defensive Stance (Rank3) Level 25 312Armor -50damage 100avoid Defensive Stance (Rank4) Level 35 437Armor -60damage 120avoid
  • There are also Lite Fighters in most Japan-only installments, as well as in Days of Ruin where they are called Dusters.
  • The Fighter is the first warrior class job change for the Gaia characters. Fighters enjoy high attack power and can store energy in spiracles for later conversion to boost either HP or Vit. With a bow they serve as a good puller in a party. They make good damage dealers whether wielding an axe or a bow and can even do a decent job as a tank though not as effective as the Holy Warrior in that tank role. Attack speed is not as high as for the Strider. __TOC__
  • Fighters are the Battalion Wars equivalent of air superiority fighters, meant to control airspace and defeat other air units.
  • A fighter is a light, maneuverable craft designed to bring maximum firepower to bear in front of the ship. Fighters are as a rule more maneuverable than the more sluggish Freighters, and thus are adept at "dogfighting": the art of chasing an enemy ship and strafing it with gunfire. Freighters, by contrast, usually run a steady course and rely on their turrets to deal with the dodging fighters.
  • Fighters generally are small, weak combat ships that are quick and nimble. Fighters are often able to launch from the bays of carriers. In Nova, fighters are often woefully underpowered, even in swarms, but some are quite deadly. Notable fighters include the Viper and its variants (used by the Federation, Rebels, and Pirates), the Federation Anaconda, the Auroran Firebird and Phoenix, the Vell-os Dart and the Manta (deployed by the Polaris).
  • Fighter is the Title of a group of common Pistols and are manufactured exclusively by Vladof. The Fighter is obtained randomly from any suitable loot source.
  • The Fighter (格闘家 Kakutouka?, "Fighting Expert") is a recurring job class in the Tales series. The Fighter specializes in fist-based attacks, originally sharing similarities to Farah Oersted before being firmly patterned after Senel Coolidge.
  • Fighters learn the basics of all combat styles. Every fighter can swing an axe, fence with a rapier, wield a longsword or a greatsword, use a bow, and even trap foes in a net with some degree of skill. Likewise, a fighter is adept with shields and every form of armor. Beyond that basic degree of familiarity, each fighter specializes in a certain style of combat. Some concentrate on archery, some on fighting with two weapons at once, and some on augmenting their martial skills with magic. This combination of broad general ability and extensive specialization makes fighters superior combatants on battlefields and in dungeons alike.
  • Jin’s basic attacks are grounded in fundamental punching and kicking. He combines speed and destructive powers to smash through large groups of enemies. His superior combos with their long reach can sufficiently cover a large area and make quick counter attacks. Through careful meditation, Jin harnesses his Chi to imbue his fists with destructive force. The Burning Skill bar fills up for Jin allows him to use special skills. After filling the burning gauge up, initiate an attack and inflict even greater damage.
  • "Fighters" are manned attack aircraft that are dropped from larger ships within the planetary atmosphere. First seen in the episode "Basic Training", Ibanez and Barcalow pilot fighters dropped from the Valley Forge to engage flying bugs that are attacking ground units. Each of the fighter's are armed with air to air missiles and machine guns. Fighters are operated by a single pilot, but there is space for at least one more person behind the pilot. This is seen when Ibanez boards Barcalow's fighter after having crashed hers.
  • Early model fighters have no internal weapons and two fighter external ordinance racks, while later ones have one, two or even three internal weapons and four XO racks. When armed with fighter "rockets" (FRs), fighters have a massive one-shot close range attack, while fighter missiles allow for a less damaging stand-off attack. Fighter guns, lasers, and other fighter weapons allow fighter-versus-fighter combat and additional attacks on starships. By the end of ISW-4, Terran Federation fighters mounted internal fighter hetlasers and carried Advanced Antimatter FRs (FRAAMs).
  • Fighter is certainly one of Kirby's most versatile abilities and he can execute many different attacks with it. Fighter Kirby gains the abilities of a martial artist and boxer, along with being able to fire energy blasts like standard chi/aura fighters, and shows it all off while topped with a red headband. He gains this ability by inhaling enemies with a knack for fighting. The red headband used by Fighter Kirby is near-identical to the one Kirby used for the Backdrop ability in Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land. Embellishments were added to fighter's headband in Kirby's Return to Dream Land, where it obtained a subtle pink banding along the sides and a frontal yellow star.
  • Alignment restrictions: None Hit die: d10 Proficiencies: armor (light, heavy, medium), shields, weapons (martial, simple) Skill points: 2 + int modifier ( (2 + int modifer) * 4 at 1st level) Skills: concentration, craft armor, craft trap, craft weapon, discipline, heal, lore, parry, ride Unavailable feats: brew potion, craft wand, curse song, divine might, divine shield, extra music, extra turning, lingering song, quicken spell, scribe scroll, spell focus These general feats cannot be selected when taking a level of fighter. Primary saving throw(s): fortitude
  • Fighters are the basic fighting unit of AstroEmpires. Armed with lasers, they are unable to move between planets without a hangar unit.
  • Fighter — самолёт, который должен был появиться в Grand Theft Auto IV, но был вырезан по неизвестным причинам. Скорее всего, это была обновлённая версия истребителя Hydra из Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Внутри вертолёта Maverick (GTA IV) есть приборная панель, похожая на ту, что используется в истребителях, что доказывает его возможное присутствие в игре.
  • Fighters are very common in the violent world of Azeroth. They can be found among all races, from human foot soldiers to night elf archers. Fighters are skilled in knowledge of military tactics. Tuskarr fighters were encountered in Northrend. Colonel Kurzen employs jungle fighters. Lordaeron fighters can be found in the Eastern Plaguelands.
  • The Fighter is the second Fighter Aircraft and an upgrade to the Biplane. It becomes available in the Modern Age. This aircraft is more effective and has a greater range than its predecessor making it a viable attack unit if its base airfield is close to the battle. It is also useful for destroying enemy bombers before they can reach your town but if there is a strong AA defence this may not be necessary. Although they have more fuel than their bi-plane predecessors, they still run out very quickly and therefore the airfield must be somewhat close to the desired target.
  • Fighters do not have any apparent kind of artificial intelligence; rather, they randomly run, jump, and kick. This can often lead them into danger - they die if their feet touch thunder, fire, spark, magma, torch, acid, laser, or the edge of the screen. The maximum number of fighters possible to have on the screen is fifty. Boxes, players, and create take up room in the fighter limit too.
  • "Fighter" was one of the two official demonstration songs released for the VOCALOID CYBER SONGMAN.
  • The Fighter is one of the initially creatable human units. He is a physical-orientated warrior with reasonably high HP, ATK, and DEF, however he is somewhat slow to act due to his low SPD and vulnerable to magical attacks due to his low RES. He focuses on the use of Physical and Energy-based skills but has extremely low proficiency in all other arts. He's best suited to physical type weapons such as swords and spears. Axes can heighten his ATK, but can hamper his already low SPD. Daggers can also be useful to compensate for that. Fighters have an average confinement time of 5 and a high-average movement range, making them fairly useful early in the game, however better physical classes will become available later on that can be used to replace him. His female equivalent in the Valkyrie and his owl equivalent is the Owl Knight.
  • Fighter är en demo inspelad av bandet Greenline Monster. Inspelningen gjordes sent 1996 eller tidigt 1997 i Studio Källargillestuga på Bondsjöhöjden i Härnösand. Delaktiga i densamma var Roger och Lasse, sannolikt under artistnamnen Supersucker respektive Snowsnake. Roger spelade trummor och gitarr, Lasse spelade gitarr och bas. Produktion sköttes gemensamt under ledning av Lasse. Två låtar spelades in, av vilka den andra är förlorad sedan sommaren eller hösten 1997. Demons omslagskonst designades i lysande gröna färger och en front planerades som inkluderade den för demon så inspirerande komposttunnan Greenline Master. Arbetet färdigställdes dock aldrig och demon förblev outgiven ända till 2006 då det överlevande titelspåret gavs ut som en EP av Nurtharikja, tillsammans med två bonusspår, under namnet Greenline Monster. Repetition och låtskrivande inför demon genomfördes huvudsakligen i studion och i tallars närvaro i Solumshamn på Härnön, Ångermanland. Där fanns en skinande plåtgitarr och många pantflaskor att spela slide med, och taxen var nästan alltid borta.
  • A Fighter is another type of Harvester interceptor, which came from the Harvester Mothership during the War of 2016. They are similar to an Attacker, but their appearance and weapons differ in which they are armed with much more rapid energy blasters and equipped with fast-flight capabilities.
  • A fighter is an air unit whose purpose is to destroy other air units. Each faction has a tech 1 Interceptor and a tech 3 Air Superiority Fighter. The Cybran, UEF, and Seraphim also have tech 2 fighter/bombers that have anti-air weaponry. The Aeon are the only faction to have a dedicated tech 2 fighter in the Aeon T2 Combat Fighter: Swift Wind. The Anti-air strategy article describes the use of fighters as part of a larger anti-air strategy.
  • Fighters are a rather unassuming class geared heavily toward defensive fighting with heavy missile support. Their class powers are not nearly so impressive as, for example, Barbarians in terms of damage or maneuverability, but do provide significant long-term defensive bonuses that, combined with a strong skill set featuring Find Weakness, Archery, Dodge, and Athletics and generally excellent starting gear makes Fighters a safe, if somewhat boring, choice. Conventional pairings for a Fighter are drakelings or dwarves since both start with excellent starting gear, Toughness and Strength, and complement the Fighter's skill set well. Players wishing to take advantage of the strong archery abilities of Fighters may wish to try more agile races (elves or hurthlings).
  • "Fighter" is a song performed by Definition of Sound that featured in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III.
  • The Fighter (Japanese けんし senshi, lit. "warrior") is one of the character classes available to players in the Wizardry series of games. The Fighter has minimal requirements of entry, and is capable of wearing virtually every single kind of weapon and armor in the game. The Fighter is the equivalent in Wizardry of a common fantasy archetype in several role-playing games, the Fighter or Warrior.
  • Fighters are one of the 3 classes of heroes that are available in the game, the others being the rogue class and the spellcaster class. The fighter class basically contains: * Guards * Knights * Barbarians * Mercenaries * Paladins
  • Fighters can be many things, from soldiers to criminal enforcers. Some see adventure as a way to get rich, while others use their skills to protect the innocent. Of all the classes, the Fighter has the best all around fighting capabilities (hence the name). Fighters are familiar with all the standard weapons and armors. In addition to general fighting prowess, each Fighter develops particular specialties of his own. A given Fighter may be especially capable with certain weapons; another might be trained to execute specific fancy maneuvers. As fighters gain experience, they get more opportunities to develop their fighting skills. Thanks to their focus on combat maneuvers, they can master the most difficult ones relatively quickly.
  • In Fire Emblem they are a strong, axe-wielding unit. They have poor defense, low hit rate and slow attacks. They promote into Warriors. In Final Fantasy they can wield the most weapon types but have no magic. They are your basic tank (absorb damage) damage dealing class. They upgrade into Knight after completing a quest for Bahamut, and are able to use low to mid level White Magic. This article is a stub. You can help the Nintendo Wiki by expanding it.
  • Fighters are the basic melee class of the RAD, as well as a starter class for RAcD/RArD players.
  • Fighter is an air unit available late in several Civ games.
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  • File:Fighter PSO2 icon.png Fighter is one of nine playable classes in Phantasy Star Online 2. Alongside File:Gunner PSO2 icon.png Gunner and File:Techtor PSO2 icon.png Techer, this class was once locked behind two Client Orders (offered by Ohza), but is now freely available; players may not start a new character with this class, but they may switch to it from the very beginning at the Class Counter. Fighter is geared towards quick, short-range combat, using a series of heavily offensive skills to deal a lot of damage in a short amount of time. What it lacks in defense is more than made up for in its excellent offensive abilities.
  • Fighter is a descriptive term for a combat expert skilled with a variety of weapons and trained to protect other members of a group. A skilled fighter defines the front line of any battle, holding it while their allies maneuver. Any individual fighter can use almost any armor and weapon they choose and benefits from the ability to quickly learn more and more tactical maneuvers. With the proper time and training, fighters become capable of mastering their weapons to the point of killing opponents in a single blow.
  • Base Cost: 500 Commandable?: 500 Flying?: 1000 Marine?: 500 Description: The workhorse of every army. Fighters have an average amount of range, damage, fire rate, hitpoints, and speed. Almost all classes measure their statistics by the yardstick of the fighter. Fighters are one of the only classes with the option to traverse water unharmed.
  • The Fighter is a class that specializes usually in melee combat. They are often stereotyped as being stupid and are usually trained at Fighter colleges, most notably Bash University.
  • On par with Infernal Possessed, slightly stronger than Empire Squire, slightly weaker than Elven Centaur and Dwarven Dwarf.
  • Fighters are masters of combat. They use their enhanced skill with weapons to adventure and are known to be able to master various combat techniques and skills at arms.
  • This page is specifically for the fighter class in BG:EESoDBGIIToBBGII:EE. For the version in BGTotSC, refer to Fighter (Baldur's Gate).
  • How to acquire: Buy from the Armor Shop for 5000 gold Sell Value: 1250 gold.
  • A Fighter is a type of character that can be picked at the start of the game. They use heavy hand-held weapons to slash and stab, or smash and crush their enemies to death.
  • Fighter is a class of Dragon's Gate character who's primary skills involve weapons and armor. One major advantage fighters have over Barbarians and Sword Clerics is the ability to focus on their target giving them a better chance at hitting their target.
  • The Fighter is the basic air unit of Axis & Allies and TripleA.
  • Fighters are stick figures that run, jump, and kick, the player dies if kicked by a fighter.Their feet are used for collision detection; fighters die if their feet touch magma,fire,torch, or thunder. They are particularly fond of boxes and love to kick them.
  • Fighter was a descriptive term for a warrior skilled with a variety of weapons and trained in the arts of war. A skilled fighter defined the front line of any battle, breaking through enemy ranks and holding the line while their allies maneuvered. All fighters were trained to use virtually any armor or weapon the situation required; a fighter could use an axe, a rapier, or a greatsword with roughly equivalent skill. As well as being combat generalists, most fighter also specialized in a particular skillset, such as archery or combat magic. Artemis Entreri, Bruenor Battlehammer, Drizzt Do'Urden and Azoun IV are all well-known fighters from Toril's history.
  • __TOC__ Fighters are the pinnacle of martial combat. Where mages learn to defeat their foes by wielding the powers arcane, and others through the grace of their deity, the fighter survives through strength of arms alone. In Golarion, the life of a fighter is the primary recourse of a would-be adventurer. No study is needed, no blessings to be imparted–all one needs is a sword and the will to excel and become better. Unlike the Warrior, the fighter is more than just someone familiar with the arts of war. They are beyond the ken of simple sword-wielding soldiers, often (but not always) having attended military academies or private schools, such as those in Brevoy. They are tougher, more skilled, and better prepared to face their foe. Their experience or training makes them excellent commanders on the battlefield and in the garrison. Although the military life is a suitable one, available in all nations of the world, it is not the only one afforded a fighter, nor is it always the most elegant. A fighter might be a mercenary, gang-member, or simply an adventurer.
  • Role: Damage Dealer and Secondary Defender Some fighters rely on spells, others prefer tricks and illusions. You believe that all encounters can be resolved quickly with the swift swing of a two-handed weapon. The thrill of taking on multiple enemies at once drives you into battle far ahead of your party. And if necessary, you will not hesitate to sacrifice yourself to ensure your party’s survival.
  • The Fighter is a tank Class that was released unnamed on June 3, 2016, and was given a name on June 4, 2016. The Fighter is an upgraded form of the Tri-Angle, and as a Tier 4 tank it doesn't further upgrade. This Class was buffed on 06/13/2016 (Although the exact changes are unknown).
  • While Fighters lack in magic, they make up in physical force. A Fighter is not gifted with the magic of a Mage or with the agility of a Rogue, but he overcomes this through continued dedication to the mastery of weapons. A Fighter begins with a few simple skills, but they are enough to support him until he joins the ranks of the Warriors and Guards. All new Fighters naturally begin with Boost Light Sword and Boost Heavy Sword. Although these skills are simple and effective during the early levels, a Fighter quickly gains access to more powerful abilities, such as Windy Slash and Crash Blow. To maximize the abilities later in the Fighter's career, Fighters generally begin specializing in One-Handed Weapons or Two-Handed Weapons, along with the decision to further specialize into the Sword, Axe, or Mace.
  • The Fighter is a class available for survivors in The Last Stand: Dead Zone, introduced in Info File #1.
  • The Fighter is most common enemy players will encounter in any of the Marathon games. Pfhor Fighters are basic enemies that come in a variety of colors denoting difficulty level.
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