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The Dancing Girl in the DS version
The Dancing Girl is a recurring non-playable character in Final Fantasy IV. She is a pink-haired girl with a yellow ribbon in her hair. While standing around, she dresses in a long red dress. When the player talks to her, she will strip down to a bikini and start a short scene of dancing about. Other than being a short joke, she has no real affect on the storyline, and may actually not even be the same person in each town.

The first Dancing Girl appears in Baron, where she will complain that the restrictive king has outlawed dancing. After Cecil becomes a Paladin, she will dance with him. Another appears in Kaipo and jumps in and out of the oasis during her dance. In Fabul, a monk pretends to be a Dancing Girl until the player talks to him. Then he reveals his true identity and dances about, taking the name of "Stella". In Mysidia, the Dancing Girl will seem to dance normally, but by the end, the player will white out. When the party comes to, they will be outside and transformed into Pigs. In Troia's King's Bounty Pub, no less then six Dancing Girls will preform for the player. One can be found in the dressing room, and is shocked if the player sneaks in.

The Dancing Girl with the Bomb

Trivia

  • In the Developer's Office, Yuna Lee, who is dressed like a White Mage asks the player if they want to see her dance, but refuses to do so.
  • The Dancing Girl is also seen briefly in the summon sequence when summoning Bomb in the DS version.
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