What determines how much JP you earn at the end of each battle? One thing I can determine is that each enemy has a set number that you are awarded, but how can you increase this?

In a test of fighting the same enemy, I have been rewarded with 15, 16, 18 and 22 JP at the end of a battle.

  • As far as I know one way is to earn the JP bonus (Unscathed) and its subsequent chains. But I'm not sure if there aren't any more ways like using the job skills.
    – Humungus
    Feb 13, 2014 at 20:37

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Each enemy killed is worth a certain amount of JP. If you fight a battle without taking damage, you earn an "Unscathed" bonus, which is worth an additional 10% JP. If you are Unscathed in 9 more subsequent battles, the JP bonus increases to 20%. Another 10 Unscathed battles will get you a 50% JP bonus.

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    Note that the Freelancer gains a support ability at rank 10 called JP Up, which further increases JP gain by 20%.
    – Yuuki
    Feb 14, 2014 at 19:10

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