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Calca and Brina
Sprite(s) Calca in Final Fantasy IVBrina in Final Fantasy IV

Calca's portrait Brina's portrait Calca in The After Years Brina in The After Years

Japanese Name Calca, Brina
Kana カルコ, ブリーナ
Romaji Karuko, Burīna
Job Doll
Skill Jive (Calca)
Dance (Brina)
Birthplace Dwarven Castle
Age
Height
Weight
Laterality Right-handed (both)
Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Character
"Male doll given life by the mechanical genius, Luca. She uses Calca and his counterpart, Brina, to assist her in battle and in airship repairs."
—Calca's Description
"Female doll given life by the mechanical genius, Luca. She uses Brina and her counterpart, Calca, to assist her in battle and in airship repairs."
—Brina's Description

Calca and Brina are enemies in Final Fantasy IV, and later are playable characters in Final Fantasy IV: The After Years. They are the dolls of Luca, the dwarven princess of the Underworld.

Contents

Story

Final Fantasy IV

Calca and Brina are fought in the Dwarven Castle when Golbez takes control of them. If left alive for long enough, the two can merge into the more powerful Calcabrina.

These dolls were originally harmless toys that belonged to King Giott's daughter, Luca. Later, she expresses frustration when she learns that the dolls were used for evil purposes.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Artwork of Calca, Brina, and Luca.

Calca and Brina return in Final Fantasy IV: The After Years to accompany Luca and Rydia on their journey to protect the remaining crystals. After becoming Cid's apprentice, Luca reconstructs Calca and Brina into full automatons to assist her on the maintenance of the Falcon.

After the Dwarven Castle is attacked they join the party to help Luca and Rydia to obtain the Dark Crystal in the Sealed Cave. After retrieving the Crystal the party is ambushed by the Mysterious Maiden, Calca and Brina jump in to protect Luca and Rydia from the attack being damaged in the process. Despite the sacrifice, the Crystal was stolen. Rydia and Luca decide to pursuit the Mysterious Maiden to Baron. However, upon reaching the Overworld, the dolls' circuits go haywire and attack the party. After crashing the Falcon near the town of Agart, Luca is forced to scrap Calca and Brina's bodies in order to repair it, however, Rydia instead gives her a Mythril Nut, a Mythril Bolt, and a Mythril Spring, and Luca is able to repair both the Falcon and the dolls.

They join Luca and the party who embark the Lunar Whale to stop the True Moon from crashing into the planet. Inside the moon, Luca and Cid repair them into their perfect forms. After the Creator is defeated, they are seen to remain assistants to Luca.

Equipment and Stats

Calca in battle.
Brina in battle.

Calca and Brina can only equip knives as weapons. They can also equip light and mage's head wear and armlets. As body armor, they can only equip clothes.

Additionally, only they can equip Final Outfit and the Phase Equipment which is strong against Giants and Machines.

Calca's Stats

Level Strength Speed Stamina Intellegence Spirit
1 4 4 4 4 4
5 6 6 5 6 4
10 8 7 8 8 5
15 11 9 12 11 6

Brina's Stats

Level Strength Speed Stamina Intellegence Spirit
1 4 4 4 4 4
5 6 6 5 6 7
10 7 8 8 5 10
15 9 11 11 7 12

Abilities

Calca and Brina combined into Calcabrina in the mobile phone version of The After Years.

Calca is able to use Jive, which casts random enemy abilities on random targets. Brina is able to use the Dance, which casts random White Magic spells on the entire party.

Like the original Calca and Brina enemies, their true strength comes when they are fused to form Calcabrina. Calcabrina has effects ranging from powerful elemental attacks or status ailments that affect the entire group of monsters to spells that heals or bestow status enhancement on the party.

Calcabrina is formed by using the following band abilities:

  • Calca and Brinna: Calca (Jive) + Brina (Dance)
  • Go! Calcabrina!: Calca (Jive) + Brina (Dance) + Luca (Analyze)
  • Mystic Waltz: Calca (Jive) + Brina (Dance) + Edward (Bardsong)
  • Final Calcabrina: Calca + Brina + Luca + Cid (Event)


Battle

Main article: Calcabrina (Boss)

The Calca and Brina dolls are fought in the Dwarven Castle in Final Fantasy IV. They can merge into the Calcabrina.

In Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, Calca and Brina are fought together in a scripted battle on-board of the Falcon upon reaching the Overworld in Rydia's Chapter.

Music

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Calca and Brina's theme is called "Dancing Doll Calcobrena", and it is played during the first part of the battle with Calcabrina and when the party meets Dr. Lugae. In The After Years, it is played again during the fight against Calca and Brina, and Ultros. It is also played whenever the band Mystic Waltz or the Lustful Lali-Ho is used.

Etymology

Calcabrina is one of the Malebranche demons in Dante's Divine Comedy. His name means "he who can walk on brine."


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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

Cal

Classification
Species: Human
Profession:
Level(s): 1

Location

Dialogue

"Dwayna's gonna win this Wintersday for sure! How do I know? Because I made the best snowman EVER! He's a super snowman! I'm gonna be famous...."
"Hey Everyone! Look at my GIANT snowman!"

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Halo

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Cal-141
Biographical information
Spartan Tag 141
Birth date 2511
Death date Between 2542 and 2551
Physical description
Gender Female
Hair color White
Affiliation and military information
Affiliation UNSC Navy
Specialty Sniper and Hand-to-Hand Combat
[Source]
"Take the shot, O'Brien, now! You're the only one who can do it!"
—Cal ordering O'Brien to kill the Prophet.

Cal-141 was a female SPARTAN-II Commando of the UNSC Naval Special Warfare Command [1][2].

Contents

Biography

Conscription

Cal-141 was abducted and conscripted into the SPARTAN-II program by Dr. Catherine Halsey in 2517 when she was just six years old. Cal was then taken to the planet Reach, and trained by the AI Déjà and Chief Petty Officer Mendez, along with the rest of the Spartan children.

Assassination Attempt

Cal-141 was sent on an operation, along with the four Orbital Drop Shock Troopers she commanded, to assassinate a Minor Prophet and gather intel of unknown ruins on a Covenant-held planet, Heian. The group consisted of Dutch, O'Brien, Cortez and Checkman. Only three remained after the drop, as Checkman was killed in the upper atmosphere of the planet insertion.

During the operation, Cal fought a Brute Chieftain that wielded a Gravity Hammer and appeared to have been winning the fight. O'Brien hung for dear life over a waterfall as they fought, and was rescued by Cal soon after.

Death

While waiting for the Prophet to arrive, the Brute Chieftain that Cal had supposedly killed the day before was still alive, and ambushed Cal and the three ODSTs. Cal spotted the Chieftain, about to strike O'Brien, and quickly moved to get the ODST sniper out of harm's way, but she was hit across the head and right shoulder by the Chieftain's Gravity Hammer, resulting in fatal injuries, despite her armor taking the blow.

After the Chieftain was shot in the head repeatedly by Dutch, the trio removed Cal's helmet to inspect her injuries. They were stunned that Cal was a female, as opposed to the squad believing she was a male, especially O'Brien and Cortez. Cal, realizing that with her badly damaged arm, as well as her blurring vision due to her head injuries, that she would no longer be able to take the shot, and ordered O'Brian to kill the Prophet, which he succeeds in doing.

After O'Brien killed the Prophet, the ODSTs tried to tend to Cal's wounds, but she knew that she was not going to make it back to the Destroyer. In her dying words, Cal asked for Cortez to make a delivery to Dr. Halsey. This delivery consisted of an optical chip from Cal's helmet, which contained intelligence of the planet the mission was carried out on, as well as ruins that were neither human or Covenant. Cortez tried to assure her that she would be able to give the chip to Halsey herself, but Cal replied that the two of them knew it was not going to happen as she felt her death already moments away. She held Cortez's hands a bit longer and eventually died before the three ODSTs.

Aftermath

Cal's death left a profound impact on the ODSTs with whom she fought with on the mission. They, like all ODSTs, had a bitter rivalry with the Spartans and considered them to be freaks, but Cal's efforts in the mission and her actions in saving O'Brien's life many times until the loss of her own life, had changed their thoughts and opinions on the Spartans. This change was shown well as the ODST team later returned to their ship, where both Cortez and Dutch angrily scolded a marine for mocking Cal's combat credentials, and O'Brien pondered on how he might be dead if it hadn't been for her.

Publicly, she was likely classified as MIA as opposed to KIA, as per ONI policy regarding the deaths of the supposedly-invincible SPARTAN-II super soldiers. It is possible that in the end, O'Brien, Dutch, and Cortez either buried Cal or took her with them to the pick up point as her body is not seen in the same place where she died, though how they were able to carry her in her full armor is unknown.

Trivia

  • She is one of the main characters of The Babysitter, a story focused on a UNSC mission to assassinate a Covenant leader, and the feud between the SPARTAN-II Project and the Orbital Drop Shock Troopers. It is one of seven short films of the anime adaptation Halo Legends.

Gallery

Sources

  1. Welcome to Halo Waypoint
  2. Halo Legends, The Babysitter
Known SPARTAN-IIs
Class-I René-005Jai-006Li-008Kirk-018Daisy-023Joshua-029Vinh-030Samuel-034Isaac-039Douglas-042William-043Anton-044Keiichi-047Kurt-051Jorge-052Linda-058Malcolm-059Maria-062Soren-066Solomon-069Cassandra-075Arthur-079Fhajad-084Kelly-087Jerome-092Grace-093Frederic-104Adriana-111John-117Joseph-122Alice-130Cal-141Ralph-303JamesMikeRandallSheilaUnnamed (Halo Wars)Unnamed (Reach)Black-OneBlack-TwoBlack-ThreeBlack-Four
Class-II Yasmine Zaman
Non-canon SPARTAN-1337Nicole-458

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Recipes

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

For other uses, see Cal (disambiguation).
Cal
Biographical information
Died

21 BBY

Physical description
Species

Human

Gender

Male

Hair color

White

Eye color

Blue

Skin color

Fair

Chronological and political information
Era(s)

Rise of the Empire era

Affiliation
Known masters

Tyffix

"My Master taught me that to fight like a warrior – to think like a conqueror – was the only way I'd survive."
―Cal

Cal was a Human male, who had been the Jedi Padawan of Master Tyffix and a Jedi Commander during the Clone Wars.

Biography

During the Battle of Thustra, Tyffix was killed when the Galactic Republic command center was hit by an incoming bomb. Cal accompanied Master Yoda to the planet's capital in an attempt to negotiate peace with King Alaric, but the two Jedi were held captive in the king's palace. While Yoda talked with Alaric, Cal tried to escape, and was shot from behind by a Sephi warrior. As he died, cradled in the arms of a mournful Yoda, Cal blamed Yoda for all that had happened on Thustra.

Cal used a green lightsaber.

Appearances

  • Jedi: Yoda

Sources


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