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"Scion set by the gods to wield and manipulate the laws of this world, and with holy power lead mankind to order. Created in opposition to Fandaniel the Protector, scion of light. Desiring to bring order to all things, he joined with Ultima in her battle against the gods. He gave his body to the Thousand-Years War, and when his strength was spent, down into the burning inferno he fell."
Clan Primer Bio


Hashmal, Bringer of Order (統制者ハシュマリム Touseimono Hashumarimu lit. Hashmalim the Regulator), is an Esper from the world of Ivalice. The Esper of Earth, he represents the Zodiac sign of Leo, the Lion. His face does resemble that of a large feline, though he supports an overall humanoid shape. From his power of Earth, his color sign is Green. He is also referred to as the Simha Ascendant, which is the Sanskrit name of its Zodiac sign as used in Jyotish (Hindu) astrology. He is based on the Lucavi Hashmal, Bringer of Order from Final Fantasy Tactics.

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Appearances

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Final Fantasy XII

For the enemy page, see Hashmal (Final Fantasy XII)

Hashmal is found at the Pharos at Ridorana, guarding one of the platforms leading up to the Sun-Cryst. The Occuria undoubtedly sealed him here to protect the Sun-Cryst from intruders. He is the fourth of the five Espers obtained during the main storyline.

Attacks

Roxxor

Hashmal readying Roxxor.

An Earth Elemental attack, and the only offensive Earth attack you get in Final Fantasy XII unless you equip certain weapons.

In Japan, this attack's name was "Rock You". Its English name is likely a play on Internet slang for "rocks" (as in the measure of quality).

Gaia's Wrath

Gaia's Wrath

An Earth Elemental attack, and Hashmal's ultimate attack. Hashmal descends beneath the earth, landing on a rock amidst magma. He draws power into himself and then jumps, smashing back through the surface of the planet. His leap causes the earth to break into enormous chunks, smashing the enemies in range and unleashing torrents of lava.

License Information

  • Required License Points - 50 LP
  • Required Mist Carts - 2

Gambit Information

Priority Condition Action
1 Summoner's HP < 10% Gaia's Wrath
2 Foe: absorbs earth Attack
3 Foe: earth-weak Roxxor
4 Foe: any Roxxor

Technicks

Magicks

  • None

Passive

  • None


Final Fantasy XII International

Hashmal can cast Curaja and Graviga, and has gained the Null Vitality and Piercing Magic augments.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

Main article: Hashmal (Revenant Wings)
"Bringer of Order before whom mountains are as pebbles."
—Description


In Revenant Wings, Hashmal is the Rank III Ranged Earth summon. Titan must be obtained before Hashmal is accessible on the Ring of Pacts. Hashmal is fought in the Zwaua Rainwood, in Mission 62: Rumble in the Jungle. His primary attack, Roxxor, deals ranged earth damage to one foe. His special, Stoneja, deals heavy earth damage to all foes in range, similar to Kytes' Stonega.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Hashmal, when summoned.

Hashmal returns as a Scion, along with the other Espers, in Final Fantasy Tactics A2. He can be called via the Pin of Order. Hashmal's Wrath, Gaia's Wrath, deals heavy Earth damage to all foes. The Pin of Order can be obtained by completing the Fluorgis Cup.

Trivia

  • Hashmal's backstory in Final Fantasy XII echoes aspects of Jecht's story from Final Fantasy X. The clan primer states the following of Hashmal: "Desiring to bring order to all things, he joined with Ultima in her battle against the gods. He gave his body to the Thousand-Years War, and when his strength was spent, down into the burning inferno he fell." In Final Fantasy X, Jecht joins Braska on a pilgrimage to defeat Sin, the monster that is terrorizing the world of Spira. Jecht eventually sacrifices his body to become Braska's Final Aeon, and though he destroys Sin, the spirit of Yu Yevon within Sin possesses him and transforms him into a new Sin. Sin itself had been terrorizing Spira for a thousand years at this point, again reflected in the clan primer.
  • Hashmal's name and role are based on the Angel heirarchy of the Dominions, also known as the Hashmallim in the Jewish scrolls, who are tasked in regulating the duties of lower angels.

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This article uses material from the "Hashmal (Summon)" article on the Final Fantasy wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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