In the original game, four youths traverse the land in knight costumes, fighting monsters in dungeons. Apparently, none of these kids looks like they were on their way to a Japanese fashion show. So the DS remake had to fix their clothing.
We start Final Fantasy III with Luneth’s Freelancer outfit. The Sienna hunter vest is cool enough. It shows his manly, rugged side. Luneth starts the game with a hunter’s knife after all. He’s a survivalist. The brown working gloves also suggest a strong inclination toward working with his hands. But, the weird mini satchel throws a bit of doubt on his tough exterior. Does he really need a fanny pack? And how does it stay on his waist? Shouldn’t it actually go around his shoulders? I guess then it would just look like a purse.
But wow, does Luneth take pride in wearing the color purple.
He must get cold because he wears a light purple turtleneck with a dark violet hoodie. All underneath a hunting vest. I can only remember him traveling to a snowy-fields once in the game, in the world below. Most of the climate on the Floating Continent seems tepid in comparison. Maybe when exploring dank caves he needs layers upon layers of clothing.
I don’t know where anyone can find long light gray pants skin-tight jeans. They show off the curves of his legs and hips. So then don’t his legs get cold? He’s wearing white. For the most part, Final Fantasy III released before Labor Day…so he’s safe.
But what’s with the black, knee-high boots? Arc has them too. Refia wonders where he got them. We all wonder what use an adventurer has for them. He treks through two sewers, quicksand, deserts and hot lava filled temples with them on.