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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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The Light of Judgment cutting across the planet's surface.

In Final Fantasy VI, the Light of Judgment (裁きの光 Sabaki no Hikari) is the term given to the destructive ray sent down by Kefka Palazzo from atop his tower onto towns which he feels are resisting him. The Light is shown as a destructive beam of energy cutting a path of flame into the ground, but it is also implied that the light creates or summons monsters to wreak more havoc.

Kefka turned the Light of Judgment on Mobliz, Narshe and South Figaro sometime prior to Celes Chere awakening a year after the apocalypse. Mobliz's adults were killed protecting their children and half the town was destroyed while Narshe's citizens either perished or fled, leaving the town abandoned and plagued by monsters. South Figaro's citizens largely survived and rebuilt the town. Kefka later turns the Light on Tzen, destroying the mansion of the wealthy family there.

During the party's confrontation with him, Kefka turns the Light of Judgment onto the planet raging that he will kill everyone. No specific target or casualties are shown, however.

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Dissidia Final Fantasy

Light of Judgment in Dissidia

In Dissidia, Kefka's EX Burst, Warring Triad, may finish with him casting "Light of Judgment", which in this game takes the form of a pillar of destructive golden light hitting the enemy from above and exploding on them, assuming the player memorizes and repeats the displayed button commands successfully. Otherwise, Kefka uses the weaker Forsaken attack.


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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

This article uses material from the "Light of Judgment" article on the Yugioh wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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