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Hastega in Final Fantasy VI.

Hastega (ヘイスガ, Heisuga), also known as Haste 2, is a spell in the Final Fantasy series. An upgrade of Haste, it appears in some games and usually grants all party members the effect of Haste.




Final Fantasy V

Hastega is a level 5 Time Magic spell, limited only for use by the Time Mage Job class. It is also known as Hast2 in the RPGe translation as well as Haste2 in the Anthologies version. Bought for 6,000 gil in Moore, it doubles the speed of the party for the cost of 15 MP.

Final Fantasy VI

Hastega is a type of Grey Magic, and was named Haste2 in the SNES version. It is learned from the Espers Quetzalli with the rate of 2 and Cactuar at the rate of 5, though Celes can learn it naturally at level 52. The spell increases the speed of all party members for the cost of 38 MP.

Final Fantasy X

Hastega is one of Tidus's last spells on the Sphere Grid. It costs 30 MP to cast.

Final Fantasy X-2

While not part of the White Magic skillset that can be learned normally, Hastega can still be used through the Mounted Assault Garment Grid by going through both the yellow and blue gates or by equipping the Speed Bracer accessory, and costs 32 MP to cast.

Final Fantasy XI

Hastega is an ability of Garuda, the summoned avatar. It grants haste to all party members within range.

Final Fantasy XII

Hastega is a Level 7 Time Magick. Purchased in the South Bank Village in the Dalmasca Estersand for 16,600 gil, it costs 70 MP to cast. Affects several targets in range. Also induced by the Hastega Mote.

In the International Zodiac Job System version, Hastega is the highest Time Magick License being Time Magick 10. It is available for two Job classes, Time Mage and Machinist, although Machinist must obtain the license for Famfrit. The spell Hastega can be found in the Great Crystal in Giruvegan.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

Ashe learns Hastega at level 35.

Final Fantasy Tactics

Hasteja, also known as Haste 2, is a Time Mage ability. Unlike Haste, Hasteja cannot be reflected or calculated. It has a vertical of one, allowing the player some positioning leeway. It costs 30 MP, has a speed of 15, and costs 550 JP to learn.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

Hastega can be cast in multiplayer mode by fusing a Life spell with two Cure spells.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates

Hastega is cast by piling Thundara +1 and Clearara +1. The effect lasts for a long period of time.

Dissidia Final Fantasy

Hastega is Tidus' special effect when entering EX Mode, and it doubles his speed.


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