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Curse, as seen in Final Fantasy IX.
Symbol as seen in Final Fantasy IV DS.

Curse is a recurring status ailment, spell, and both player and enemy ability. It has various effects, typically involving lowering stats or preventing characters from performing a Limit Break.



Final Fantasy II

Curse is a status effect which lowers all stats on the afflicted player, making them weaker and easier to defeat. Curse lasts after battle until cured. It can be cured with a Cross or Esuna at level 2 or higher.

The spell Curse is a Black Magic spell which inflicts Curse on one or all enemies. The success rate increases with the level of the spell. Any character can learn Curse by having them use the Curse Tome (called the Curse Scroll in the Origins release).

Curse Tome
Effect Allows the target to learn Curse when used outside of battle. Casts Curse VIII on all enemies when used in battle.
Buy In N/A
Find In Castle Deist
Won From Captain, Mini Satana, Purobolos
Cost N/A

Final Fantasy IV

The signature move of Scarmiglione, it decreases the Attack power of those afflicted. Certain weapons can inflict Curse upon striking an enemy, and the DS version features a Curse Augment.

Final Fantasy V

Curse is a Dark Art usable by Necromancers in the Advance version. It causes a random assortment of various status ailments to a single target. It is also used by the bosses Archeodemon and Neo Shinryu.

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-

When Zack is afflicted with Curse, the DMW will stop spinning. The Cursed Ring accessory grants a stat increase while inflicting a permanent Curse status, while The Heike Soul accessory "unleashes all kinds of powers, but with a curse". It is won after completing every mission.

Final Fantasy VIII

Affected character is incapable of performing a Limit Break move. It is not curable using Esuna, but is removed using Aura.

Final Fantasy IX

Curse is a Flair ability used by Amarant Coral. It makes the target weak against a random element.

Another form of Curse inflicts the Poison, Darkness, and Mini status and also inflicts a random amount of damage. It is only used by the optional bosses Ozma and Hades.

Final Fantasy X

Prohibits characters from using their Overdrives, and stops their Overdrive meter from filling. Curse is the only affliction the Aeons are not protected against. It can be cured by using Dispel or a Holy Water.

Final Fantasy X-2

Prohibits the girls from changing their dresspheres.

Final Fantasy XI

Combines a general drop in abilities, a temporary reduction in maximum HP and MP as well as slowing physical movement speed notably. Different creatures have different strength of curses. Some, such as ghost types, have relatively weak curses that only reduce HP and MP by about 25%. Others, like the Rank 3 dragons fought in Burning Circle battles, can reduce players max HP and MP by as much as 75%. Curse can be removed by Cursna or Holy Water.

Doom is also categorized as a curse in Final Fantasy XI, and while it also can be cured by Cursna or Holy Water, the likelihood of this succeeding is low.

Final Fantasy XII

An enemy ability used by more powerful forms of undead, especially ghosts such as the Bogey and Necrofiend. It affects every ally in range with Poison, Disease, Confuse, and Sap, effectively crippling the party.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

Curse causes the affected character's stats to be cut in half. It is removed by the use of the Clear Magicite or when it wears off.


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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape


Release date 3 March 2003 (Update unknown) edit
Members-only? Yes
Location Underground Pass
Skill requirements Quest's requirements
Quest requirements Underground Pass (quest)
Unlock hint This track unlocks during Underground Pass.
Track duration Unknown edit
Composer Ian T

Cursed is a music track which was released on 3 March 2003, it was composed by Ian T. It's unlocked during the quest, Underground Pass.

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

Status Conditions
Image:Burning Icon.gif Burning Harmful
Image:Cursed Icon.gif Cursed Harmful
Image:Dazzled Icon.gif Dazzled Harmful
Image:Drowning Icon.gif Drowning Harmful
Image:Drunk.gif Drunk Negative
Image:Electrified Icon.gif Electrified Harmful
Image:Freezing Icon.gif Freezing Harmful
Image:Haste Icon.gif Hasted Positive
Image:Logout Block Icon.gif Logout Block Neutral
Image:Magic Shield Icon.gif Magic Shield Neutral
Image:Poisoned Icon.gif Poisoned Harmful
Image:Protection Zone Block Icon.gif Protection Zone Block Negative
Image:Slowed Icon.gif Slowed Negative
Image:Strengthened Icon.gif Strengthened Positive
Image:Within Protection Zone Icon.gif Within Protection Zone Positive
This is a Special Condition where your character loses hit points over time, as long as they are cursed. This condition is indicated by the cursed icon on your character's status bar.

This effect is caused by an aggression of death power, and will eventually wear off on its own. The curse starts at a low number like 1 and each turn it will increase a fixed % (rounded to the nearest whole number). Depending of the monster casting the curse that will be the %.

See also: Death

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