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Priest (spells)
Shaman (AAs) (spells)
 - Defiler (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)
 - Mystic (epic) (AAs) (Shadows AAs) (spells)


This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.



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Final Fantasy

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From Final Fantasy Wiki

Garnet til Alexandros XVII dressed in traditional White Mage attire in Final Fantasy IX

White Mage (白魔道士 or 白魔道師 Shiromadoushi lit. White Magic Adherent) is a special Job class in the Final Fantasy series, and is featured in several installments. It is among the first Job classes introduced in the series.



Their equipment includes staves and maces (as well as hammers in the original Final Fantasy), but in later installments they used magical rods instead. Their armor, like most mages, is limited to lightweight vests and mage robes. Their physical stats are usually higher than those of a Black Mage (because they cannot defend themselves), but are not as high as some other classes. Their magic stats, of course, are high.

The most prominent ability of a White Mage is to cast White Magic, which usually includes healing and support magic, but may also include status spells. In later installments, they were given the ability "Pray," in which the party's HP would be restored for no cost. The HP restored would be minimal. Their ability to heal, protect, and resurrect fallen members of the party make them typically invaluable, as they are usually the only efficient way of healing.

White Mages tend to dress in white robes with red triangular lining. They tend to lean towards lighter armor, generally robes, and their robes are trimmed with red triangles that usually flare out from cuffs, around hems, or on the lining of the players hood if they wear one. Most White Mages are female, but some males have been White Mages as well. Male White Mages generally do not wear hoods; however, female ones do. Sometimes White Mages are also able to cast Summon magic.


Final Fantasy

Main article: White Mage (Final Fantasy)

Although lacking in offensive power, White Mages are valuable due to their healing abilities. The upgraded 'White Wizard' is even more powerful.

Final Fantasy II

Minwu is a White Mage, one of the few male White Mages in the series. He has access to many high-level spells when he joins the party.

Final Fantasy III

Main article: White Mage (Final Fantasy III)
Main article: Devout

The White Mage job is received by the Wind Crystal, while the Devout job is received by the Earth Crystal. Aria is believed to be a White Mage along with Sara Altney.

Final Fantasy IV

Rosa Joanna Farrell and Porom are both White Mages. White Mages also appear as NPCs.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Main article: White Mage (The After Years)

White Mage is a character who, along with Black Mage, accompanies Ceodore and the Hooded Man as they pass through the Devil's Road.

Final Fantasy V

Main article: White Mage (Final Fantasy V)

The White Mage job is held by one of the shards of the Wind Crystal.

Final Fantasy VI

Banon is officially classified as an Oracle, but has Pray as his ability and equips rods, both attributes of White Mages.

Final Fantasy VII

Though Final Fantasy VII has no job system, Aeris Gainsborough is often considered a White Mage, as she has high magic stats, equips rods and staffs, and her Limit Breaks heal and buff the party.

Final Fantasy IX

Princess Garnet and Eiko Carol are able to cast White Magic along with Summon Magic. Garnet also dresses in the traditional White Mage robes as a disguise early in the game.

Final Fantasy X

Yuna is a Summoner, and her section of the Sphere Grid contains White Magic and other White Mage abilities like Pray.

Final Fantasy X-2

Main article: White Mage (Final Fantasy X-2)

The White Mage Dressphere is the same as the classic White Mages of the series, with small attack power, but large healing power.

Final Fantasy XI

Main article: White Mage (Final Fantasy XI)

Final Fantasy XII International

Main article: White Mage (Final Fantasy XII)

The Aries License Grid holds licenses for the White Mage job. White Mages use Rods and some sword-type weapons, and can cast all White Magick and some Green Magick.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

Main article: White Mage (Revenant Wings)

Penelo is a mix between a Dancer and a White Mage, and has several White Magic spells in her skillset.

Final Fantasy Tactics

Main article: White Mage (Final Fantasy Tactics)

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Main article: White Mage (Final Fantasy Tactics Advance)

The White Mage job can be used by humans, Viera and Nu Mou. The abilities of healing are of huge use throughout the entire game.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Main article: White Mage (Final Fantasy Tactics A2)
Main article: Seer

The White Mage makes another appearance in A2. The Seer is a new job that can learn mid-level spells of both black and white magic, but dresses in a manner similar to White Mages.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King

Main article: White Mage (My Life as a King)

Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon

Dissidia Final Fantasy

In the Duel Colosseum, when selected, the White Mage job card will fully heal the player's HP after battle.


Non-Final Fantasy Appearances

White Mage, as she appears in Mario Hoops 3-on-3

The White Mage appears as a secret character in the Mario sports game, Mario Hoops 3-on-3. This is mainly because Square-Enix developed the game. White Mage's special shot is Holy Shot.

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Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

A Felucian shaman.

A shaman was usually an elder in primitive societies who was thought to have mystical powers or be able to communicate with spirits or deities. They had various roles depending on the species and the level of sentience. Shamans existed in the societies of the Duloks, Ewoks, Felucians, Gutretee's, Jawas, Nelvaanians, Sandpeople, and Tintinna. There was also a Shaman of the Whills, although the exact nature of this shaman is unknown.


Notable Shaman


  • Star Wars: Clone Wars
  • Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (Mentioned only) (in cut lines)
  • Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith comics
  • Star Wars: Ewoks
  • Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure
  • Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (First appearance)
  • Escape from Balis-Baurgh (Mentioned only)
  • Tatooine Ghost
  • Dark Empire II
  • Classic Star Wars: Devilworlds
  • The Isis Coordinates
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (First appearance of Felucian Shamans)


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Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Star Wars: Ewoks
  2. Heroes and Rogues
  3. Star Wars Adventure Journal 1
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Galactic Campaign Guide
  5. Star Wars: Clone Wars
  6. 6.0 6.1 Star Wars Customizable Card Game - Jabba's Palace Limited
  7. Galaxy Guide 2: Yavin and Bespin
  8. Star Wars Gamer 7
  9. The Black Sands of Socorro
  10. 10.0 10.1 Star Wars Adventure Journal 13
  11. Geonosis and the Outer Rim Worlds
  12. Dark Empire II
  13. 13.0 13.1 Classic Star Wars: Devilworlds
  14. Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith comics
  15. Planets of the Galaxy, Volume Two
  16. The Isis Coordinates
  17. The New Essential Guide to Alien Species

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