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Race: Hume Age: 18

A young sky pirate whose journeys through Ivalice have taught him much. At last the captain of his own airship, Vaan travels the skies in search of adventure.

Penelo

Vaan's childhood friend, always there to lend a helping hand - or a proper scolding. Penelo is ever the faithful navigator, even when Vaan strays off course in new (and alarming) ways.

Fran

Race: Viera Age: Unknown

Mysterious and quiet, as viera are wont to be. Fran shares a bond of unshakeable trust with her fellow sky pirate and partner, Balthier.

Balthier

Race: Hume Age: 23

Legendary sky pirate who flies his beloved airship, the Strahl, to the ends of Ivalice. He stepped from the lime light at the great war's end, keeping his whereabouts well hidden.

Llyud

Race: Aegyl Age: 20

A warrior from the sky continent of Lemures. He exhibits a curiosity not commonly found among the aegyl, for which he is regarded as something of a curiosity himself.

Judge of Wings

Judge of Wings

Race: Unknown Age: Unknown

An individual whose identity lies hidden beneath his winged armor. He aims to destroy the treasure of Lemures, the Auraliths. Sky pirates refer to him as the "Judge of Wings" due to his resemblance to the judges of Archades.

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Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

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Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings continues the adventures of Vaan and Penelo as they start their careers as real sky pirates. Rather than using the gambit system from FF XII or the classic turn based system, Revenant Wings plays like a real time strategy game built for the DS.

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Ashe, the princess of the Kingdom of Dalmasca, is thought to be dead among her people but secretly fights with the Dalmascan resistance.

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The King of Dragons. Bahamut has been a long-time staple for summoners in the Final Fantasy games and is usually one of the most impressive/powerful summons the player can acquire in the game.

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Balthier is a suave sky pirate, who is along for the ride to save the kingdom of Dalmasca in Final Fantasy XII. He and his partner, Fran, follow Vaan and the rest of the party in hopes of closing up his past and finding treasure.

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A stoic soldier and former captain of the Order of the Knights of Dalmasca, he is one of the main characters in Final Fantasy XII.

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Carbuncle is a summoned creature featured in multiple Final Fantasy games. His power usually aids your party.

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Cu Chulainn

The greatest mortal hero in Irish mythology, Cú Chulainn’s conquests on the battlefield and his seductive beauty are legendary. He makes frequent appearances in the Shin Megami Tensei series and is an entity in the Ivalice Alliance games.

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Diablos is a Guardian Force featured in Final Fantasy VIII, who wields the power of gravity magic. To obtain him you must first defeat him.

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In Final Fantasy XII, Elza is a supporter of Reddas, along with her pirate crewmates Rikken and Raz.

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A friend of Vaan and Penelo.

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Balthier's partner, Fran is one of the few Viera, a race of all female rabbit-like women, found in Final Fantasy XII. Unlike most Viera, she left her home, the Wood, and now helps Vaan and his friends in their fight to save Dalmasca.

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Gilgamesh is a recurring character in the Final Fantasy multiverse, appearing first in Final Fantasy V. Gilgamesh travels across the Dimensional Rift in search of legendary weapons.

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Gilgamesh was the fifth king of Uruk. He is the central character in the Epic of Gilgamesh, which is the most complete piece of ancient Babylonian literature and mankind's oldest epic. He is the first mythological superhero in history.

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A fire-elemental summon, also known as Jinn, that appears in countless Final Fantasy games.

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Ixion is a electrically charged unicorn who has been graced with the power of Zeus. Thor's Hammer is his primary method of attack and it is poised to deal a thundering amount of damage.

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A friend of Vaan.

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A major non-playable character in Final Fantasy XII. Larsa Ferrinas Solidor helps the party throughout the game and is the brother of Vayne, the game's antagonist.

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Leviathan is a summoned creature featured in multiple Final Fantasy games, that uses the power of water.

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A new character of Final Fantasy Revenant Wings.

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Montblanc´s brother and recurring character in Final fantasy XII and Tactics.

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Odin is the chief god in Norse mythology, presiding over the aspects of war, wisdom, and magic. He learned the secrets of the Norse runes by hanging himself from the branches of Yggdrasil, and is fated to die in the maw of the atrocious wolf, Fenrir.

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Orphaned as a child due to the war, This street urchin teams up with her childhood friend (and love interest) Vaan to help restore the Kingdom of Dalmasca.

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Quezacotl is one of the two starting Guardian Forces in Final Fantasy VIII, he has the power of lightning.

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Raz is a small Banga who is a member of Reddas' pirate crew along with Elza and Rikken. Raz has a parrot.

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Rikken is a pirate and Reddas' "right hand man." He accompanied by fellow crewmates Elza and Raz.

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Siren is a Guardian Force featured in Final Fantasy VIII, who deals non-elemental damage to your enemies, and inflicts silence as well.

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Summonable Earth-type creature from the Final Fantasy series. He resembles a giant and often attacks by throwing large builders or by stomping on the floor.

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The protagonist of Final Fantasy XII and Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings.

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Yazimat is the final hunt in FF12 and boast over 50 million hit points.

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A Real-Time Strategy sequel to the thigh-bitingly popular RPG Final Fantasy XII , released on, of all platforms, the Nintendo DS in 2007. Once again set in Ivalice , Revenant Wings is one of the few direct sequels to a mainline game in the series, and stars the same characters.

A year after the events of Final Fantasy XII , Vaan and Penelo are invited by Balthier to explore the Ruins of Glabados, which is said to contain the legendary treasure of the Eternal. When they arrive at the place, they find out that the famed Cache of Glabados is actually two mysterious auracite crystals , which Vaan and Balthier divide among each other. Taking the Cache causes the ruins to collapse, resulting in Vaan losing his newly-bought airship and being back to his old life in Rabanastre.

This was not to last, however; a few days later, a huge derelict airship lands just outside Rabanastre, drawn to the crystal Vaan took with him . Vaan decides to raid the airship and take it for himself, dragging his younger friends Filo and Kytes with him. Between a run-in with Ba'Gamnan , and Penelo eventually entering the airship with Tomaj in an attempt to stop Vaan, he manages to activate the airship with the auracite, causing it to fly away from the Royal City, and he discovers that the auracite in his hands can also summon monsters to aid him.

The airship heads for the Lost Purvama of Lemurés , a place hidden in the Mist. After doing a first reconaissance of the place, Vaan and Penelo meet Llyud, an Aegyl and local of Lemurés, which is being invaded by Sky Pirates since Ashe destroyed the Sun-Cryst in the previous game, causing the Mist barrier around the continent to fall. Deciding to help the Aegyl protect their home, Vaan and Penelo soon become embroiled in a chain of events that may end up threatening all of Ivalice...

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings provides examples of:

  • All Swords Are the Same : Averted. Vaan's swords are shorter than Basch's, and the two can not use each other's swords.
  • Anti-Grinding : The final boss and his mooks will be at Level 99 if you do all the sidequests.
  • Apathetic Citizens : The Aegyl on board the Galbana when the Sky Saloon is opened. The Sky Pirates who joined fall under this, too. They get better after Chapter 8-2. They don't try to help, though. It turns out their souls have been fed off of. Several Aegyl go unexpectly revenge driven when emotions they've never felt suddenly overwhelm them.
  • Artificial Stupidity : Don't expect your allies to show initiative, move forward with everyone else, or use their abilities with any intelligence. Don't expect Squishy Wizard / White Mage Penelo to take the initiative on healing when you're actually in combat or avoid charging into melee. Do expect her to just stand there staring into space when you try to withdraw her from melee, rather than running as quickly as possible, then watching the boss fight become unwinnable because your healer died.
  • Kytes, Filo, and Tomaj were originally bit part NPCs in Final Fantasy XII , while Revenant Wings promotes them to playable and/or supporting characters.
  • Ba'Gamnan was also a relatively minor villain in the first game. In this game, he plays a bigger role, and even unexpectedly becomes a Guest-Star Party Member .
  • Ax-Crazy : A lot of the Aegyl become this after Velis releases their anima.
  • Black Magic : Auracite drains the anima of whoever uses it whenever used. The aegyl are an example of what happens when this is used too much.
  • Big Bad : The Judge of Wings is shunted out of this role by Feolthanos , becoming The Dragon instead.
  • Bonus Dungeon : Midlight's Deep. Doubles as a reference to Final Fantasy Tactics .
  • Boss-Altering Consequence : If you reach 100% Completion before fighting the final boss, then its level will be raised to 99.
  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience : Espers usually change color depending on if they are fighting with you or are enemies.
  • The Computer Is a Cheating Bastard : Frequently happens in most levels; the computer can summon more Yarhi/Espers than you can produce without summon gates.
  • Crutch Character : Ba'Gamnan has a few more levels and better equipment when he's forced to join the party. He leaves it as soon as he can, of course.
  • Dead All Along : Velis.
  • Disposable Woman : The Feol Viera are an entire race of disposable women.
  • The Drag-Along : Penelo and Tomaj at first, but they get used to it.
  • Empty Shell : The aegyl, thanks to Feolthanos' auracite.
  • Expy : The Aegyl visually resemble the Vartans from Tactics Ogre , which was directed by Yasumi Matsuno. Although he did not have a hand in this game.
  • Forced Level-Grinding : Becomes essential fairly quickly; luckily, there's plenty of ways to level grind your way to the recommended level.
  • Global Airship : Obtained by the end of the first chapter; the Galbana can at first only travel on Lemurés , but can later travel to Ivalice and The Very Definitely Final Dungeon .
  • God Is Evil : Feolthanos .
  • Goldfish Poop Gang : Rinok, Bwagi and Gijuk, later joined by Ba'Gamnan.
  • Green Rocks : Auracite.
  • Graphics-Induced Super-Deformed : The art style is seemingly recycled from Final Fantasy Tactics Advance and later used by Final Fantasy Tactics A2 , although the cutscenes are more similar to the style of Final Fantasy XII .
  • Heroic Resolve : This is how Vaan (and presumably, the rest of the party) prevent the auracite from draining their anima.
  • Heroic Sacrifice : Llyud.
  • Hold Your Hippogriffs : Based on the context of what the Foul-Mouthed Moogle says to Fran, people in Ivalice apparently say "fuck you and your chocobo, too" instead of "fuck you and the horse you rode on."
  • Immortality Immorality : Feolthanos has kept himself alive for centuries by draining the aegyl's souls.
  • Infinity +1 Sword : Anastasia, obtained when Velis transforms into it . It can be powered up by completing Midlight's Deep and defeating Yiazmat , gaining ten in each stat every time you do so. One player actually managed to give the sword 1000 in each stat . By the time you do something like that, though, why would you even need the thing?
  • Intangible Theft : Revenant Wings shows where all the that Level Grinding from XII went, as Vaan can casually steal concepts and attributes from an enemy, up to and including their sense of time , and make use of it himself. He steps it up by Final Fantasy Tactics A2 , where he's essentially become the most incredible thief of Ivalice.
  • Also, the Seeq sky pirate and his viera wife.
  • Hinted quite strongly that Balthier and Fran are (or have been) an item. When Tomaj tries to woo Fran, she tells him Balthier's methods of wooing her were quite different.
  • Item Crafting : This is Cu Sith's entire role. It's essential to obtain the best equipment for everyone who isn't Vaan.
  • Jumped at the Call : Vaan, Kytes and Filo do this when the Galbana crashes just outside Rabanastre.
  • Kid Sidekick : Filo and Kytes.
  • Also Tomaj when he hooks Ba'Gamnan up to a device that allows him to be manipulated with a remote control.
  • Late-Arrival Spoiler : At one point there's a huge text dump explaining who the Occuria are. They were a major plot point in XII , and while they're not directly involved in Revenant Wings , they're very strongly related to Feolthanos' motivation.
  • Lethal Chef : Penelo. Yes, who is unfortunately also the Team Chef , though she improves.
  • Lethal Lava Land : Roda Volcano/ The Feol Warren.
  • Life Energy : Anima.
  • Limit Break : The Quickenings, gained by doing optional side missions. You gain them mostly by having you and your Espers take damage, so throw Vaan into the middle of a cluster of enemies, and watch him decimate them all with Pyroclasm .
  • Last of His Kind : Mydia. Due to her own actions, at that.
  • Love Makes You Evil : Mydia
  • The Man Behind the Man : Feolthanos was behind the Judge of Wings.
  • Mêlée à Trois : Happens at the end of chapter 6 with Vaan and co. vs. Ba'Gamnan vs Balthier and Fran. It's actually possible to lure one enemy toward another, let them duke it out and take out whoever remains.
  • My Species Doth Protest Too Much : Llyud, who is regarded among the Aegyl as 'a curiosity'.
  • And even then, he's taking a loss. Chatting with one of the NPCs in the Sky Saloon reveals this, and that evidently the stuff he's selling/ you're making would make the people at Draklor Labratory jealous.
  • One-Winged Angel : It wouldn't be a Final Fantasy game without the final boss pulling one of these.
  • Out of Focus : Ashe and Basch are nowhere to be seen until near the end, where they unexpectedly join your party .
  • Post-Final Boss : Once the party beats Feolthanos' One-Winged Angel form, they have to fight his human form with Vaan alone . Naturally, he is outmatched , but shortly into the fight every other playable character rushes in, averting Arbitrary Headcount Limit for once. Feolthanos doesn't last much longer after that.
  • Pretty in Mink : The Shiva summon has a fur boa.
  • Proud Warrior Race : The Aegyl, when the Sky Pirates invade Lemurés and when they discover they can travel to Ivalice after their anima is released.
  • Regenerating Mana : Spell uses restore over time.
  • Required Party Member : You are forced to use certain characters in the missions in which they obtain their Quickenings . Also sometimes done for story purposes, occasionally.
  • Respawning Enemies : Happens frequently. In missions such as the fight against Zalera, the enemies spawn faster than they can be killed with a normal level party. They could be seen as useful for level grinding, but the amount of experience each battle gives is fixed and can't be increased by killing enemies, instead making maps that are quick to complete better for that purpose.
  • Side Quest : There are as many optional missions form Tomaj's board as there are in-game missions. They tend to be quite a bit harder, but give much better rewards and the optional Espers. Doing them is required to keep up with the escalating levels of the enemies.
  • The Stoic : Aegyl in general. Justified, due to Feolthanos taking their anima. They also become less stoic as his grip on them loosens.
  • Stripperiffic : Unlike the original game, Penelo's outfit is now one, followed with Fran and Ashe as usual. Averted with Filo.
  • Summon Magic : A fundamental part of the game; all of your minions have to be summoned, and you can forge pacts with the high-level Espers by completing optional missions.
  • Tactical Superweapon Unit : The tier 3 Espers. Very powerful, and each can easily obliterate armies of tier 1 and 2 Espers by itself. However, you can only summon one of each at a time, and you need to unlock them from various sidequests first.
  • Tactical Rock–Paper–Scissors : Melee beats Range, Range beats Flyer, Flyer beats Melee.
  • Took a Level in Badass : Vaan, who even gets a god blade forged from Odin's soul and goes a few rounds one on one with Ivalice's (arguably) most powerful being. He loses, but still, you got to give him points for trying.
  • Vapor Wear : Penelo, whose new outfit does not seem to involve underwear at all.
  • The Very Definitely Final Dungeon : If a gigantic temple floating in outer space doesn't give you that impression, few other things will. Bonus points for being the first view of space in an Ivalice series game and having a kickass view to the planet below .
  • Victorious Childhood Friend : The game finally shows Vaan and Penelo kissing each other... in the secret ending.
  • Where It All Began : You can return to Ivalice in the latter half of the game - you can go to the Cache of Glabados, too.
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Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

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Square Enix masterfully uses the Nintendo DS Touch Screen to take real-time strategy gameplay to the next level in the continuing story of the Final Fantasy XII saga in Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings.

Set one year after the conclusion of the events of Final Fantasy XII, Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings introduces you to new scenarios, new characters and new locations in the majestic world of Ivalice and details what happens next to Final Fantasy XII heroes Vaan, Penelo, Fran and Balthier.

Although the story may ring familiar with Final Fantasy XII fans, players will discover a unique combat system only possible on the Nintendo DS. The Touch Screen control in battle is direct and easy-to-use, letting you command a large number of troops and cast a variety of spells with simple taps and strokes. In a battle, you’ll simply touch a unit to select it and then touch the location where you want it to move or the enemy you want it to fight.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings features the Final Fantasy XII Gambit system, a means of pre-selecting an attack that a character will use first in combat. You can select a single spell or other ability for a character before battle, and as the battle wages on, you can change the Gambit attack on-the-fly. This way you can instantly adjust your tactics based on the shifting circumstances on the battlefield.

Each lead character takes into battle certain ‘espers’, summoned monsters with which the character has forged a pact. Each esper has its own abilities, strengths and mode of attack, be it in the air, ranged or direct melee combat. Espers make up a large section of your battle force, and forging pacts with many different kinds of espers gives your army a well-rounded edge against enemies. During a battle, you can move or attack with multiple espers by drawing a square around them on the Touch Screen. This selects many units that now react as one to your next command. 

You’ll dive into more than 45 missions contained within 10 chapters that will take you deeper into the Final Fantasy XII story. Plus, you can take on side quests for even more exploration. Like a traditional RPG, you’ll be able to level up your characters and their abilities in addition to improving their weapons.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings not only gives the Touch Screen a good workout, the game features some incredible pre-rendered movies that really show off what the DS can do.

  • Stunning, fully detailed 3D graphics bring the fantastic land of Ivalice to life and fully push the capabilities of the Nintendo DS.
  • Real-time battles using the innovative Gambit system from Final Fantasy XII offers accessible gameplay for all users. The game features more summons than in any other Final Fantasy game.
  • Epic, context-sensitive music soundtrack from the composer of Final Fantasy XII.

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Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings is a real-time tactical role-playing game for the Nintendo DS . It was developed by Think & Feel and Square Enix , who also published the game in 2007 in Japan and North America and in 2008 in Europe and Australia. The game is a sequel to Final Fantasy XII , and was the first game to be announced for the Ivalice Alliance series (although Final Fantasy Tactics is the earliest installment).

The story takes place one year after the events of Final Fantasy XII . The protagonist Vaan is a sky pirate who has his own airship. He is joined in a quest by his friend and navigator Penelo , other returning characters from the original title, and some new ones such as Llyud , a member of the Aegyl race. Their treasure-hunting adventures take them to Lemurés and the ground below, where the story begins.

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The following is a list of abilities from Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings .

  • 1.1.1 Action
  • 1.1.2 Support
  • 1.1.3 Quickening
  • 1.2.1 Action
  • 1.2.2 Support
  • 1.2.3 Quickening
  • 1.3.1 Action
  • 1.3.2 Support
  • 1.3.3 Quickening
  • 1.4.1 Action
  • 1.4.2 Support
  • 1.4.3 Quickening
  • 1.5.1 Action
  • 1.5.2 Support
  • 1.5.3 Quickening
  • 1.6.1 Action
  • 1.6.2 Support
  • 1.6.3 Quickening
  • 1.7.1 Action
  • 1.7.2 Support
  • 1.7.3 Quickening
  • 1.8.1 Action
  • 1.8.2 Support
  • 1.8.3 Quickening
  • 1.9.1 Action
  • 1.9.2 Support
  • 1.9.3 Quickening
  • 1.10.1 Action
  • 1.10.2 Support
  • 2.1.1 Action
  • 2.1.2 Support
  • 2.2.1 Action
  • 2.2.2 Support
  • 2.3.1 Action
  • 2.3.2 Support
  • 2.4.1 Action
  • 2.5.1 Action
  • 3.1.1 Action
  • 3.1.2 Support
  • 3.2.1 Action
  • 3.2.2 Support
  • 3.3.1 Action
  • 3.3.2 Support
  • 3.4.1 Action
  • 3.4.2 Support
  • 3.5.1 Action
  • 3.6.1 Action
  • 3.7.1 Action
  • 3.8.1 Action
  • 3.9.1 Action
  • 4.1 Pictlogica Final Fantasy
  • 4.2 Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade

Playable characters [ ]

A young sky pirate who saw freedom in the skies. Description

Type : Melee

Support [ ]

Quickening [ ].

Dual Attack.

Vaan's trusted partner and friend. Description

Type : Ranged (Healing)

Cure.

One of Vaan's oldest friends. Where Vaan goes, Kytes follows. Description

Type : Ranged

Fire.

A sky pirate in spirit, if not in fact. Description

Type : Flying

Sonic Wave.

A noble aegyl warrior. Description

Jump.

Balthier [ ]

A legendary sky pirate who has a way with words and guns. Description

Tri-shot.

Balthier's loyal viera partner. Her skill with a bow is unmatched. Description

Blinding Arrow.

Dalmasca's strong-willed queen. Description

Slowga.

Loyal judge magister who guards his companions with his life. Description

Protectga.

Ba'Gamnan [ ]

Bangaa headhunter renowned for his skill and cruelty. Description

Drain

Hot-blooded sky pirate who packs a powerful punch. Description
Striking sky pirate with a more striking gun.
Short-statured bangaa who measures up with the help of his parrot. Description
Young man who appeared as if from nowhere and befriended Penelo. Description

Dalmascan Soldier [ ]

Member of the Rabanastre Watch, sent to keep the queen's peace. Description
If Gijuk and Rinok are the muscle, then Bwagi is the brute with brains. Description
She makes fast work of those foolish enough to underestimate her. Description
Fires off his gun and mouth from a safe distance. Description

Judge of Wings [ ]

Her armor harbors neither light nor mercy. Description
In her sorrow, she sought comfort in the cold steel of the Judge Magister's plate. Description

Feolthanos Sinis [ ]

Left hand of the Eternal that metes out his judgment.

Feolthanos Dex [ ]

Right hand of the Eternal that heralds total annihilation. Description

Feolthanos Medi [ ]

The lord of the aegyl, bound by the shackles of eternity. Description

Feolthanos [ ]

The fires of a thousand anima burn within this winged eternal. Description

Other appearances [ ]

Pictlogica final fantasy [ ].

Dance of Rapture.

Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade [ ]

Confusion Arrow (SR).

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  • 2 Cloud Strife
  • 3 Tifa Lockhart

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings/Materials

Table of Contents

  • Prologue: In Search of the Eternal
  • Chapter 1: The Derelict
  • Chapter 2: Distant Skies
  • Chapter 3: What Goes Up...
  • Chapter 4: A Grand Hunt
  • Chapter 5: Stranded
  • Chapter 6: Stealing Eternity
  • Chapter 7: Illusions Within
  • Chapter 8: Ivalice
  • Chapter 9: Thoughts Forgotten
  • Chapter 10: Wings Eternal
  • Espers and Yahri
  • Accessories
  • Starter Manual
  • Artificer's Handbook
  • Primary Principals
  • Secondary Principals
  • Arms Encyclopedia

Materials are found within each area and can also be earned at the end of battle. They are used for creating items.

Each type of material comes in 3 different grades. These grades reflect the quality and rarity of the material. They are: low, medium, and high. When used to make items a higher grade of material will increase the effectiveness and bonuses of the new item.

  • 3 Gemstones
  • 10 Compounds
  • 12 Crystals

Metal [ edit ]

Ore [ edit ], gemstones [ edit ], wood [ edit ], bones [ edit ], carapace [ edit ], hides [ edit ], twine [ edit ], fluids [ edit ], compounds [ edit ], shards [ edit ], crystals [ edit ], navigation menu.

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    Vaan Deal melee damage to one foe. Deal damage to one foe with two successive hits. Increase movement speed. Transfer Speed from one foe to the user. Steal Endurance Transfer Stamina from one foe to the user. Transfer Strength from one foe to the user. on one foe. Drastically increase user's Attack Speed. Support[] Increases group's movement speed.

  23. Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings/Materials

    1 Metal 2 Ore 3 Gemstones 4 Wood 5 Bones 6 Carapace 7 Hides 8 Twine 9 Fluids 10 Compounds 11 Shards 12 Crystals Metal Ore[] Gemstones Wood Bones[ edit] Carapace[ edit] Hides[ edit] Twine[ edit] Fluids[ edit] Compounds[ edit] Shards[ edit]