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Valefor's menu portrait.

Valefor (ヴァルファーレ Varufāre) is a recurring summon in the Final Fantasy series.



Final Fantasy X

See the Summon and Overdrive sequences here.
For the battle information, see: Valefor (Final Fantasy X)

Valefor's fayth, a little girl, is located in the temple of Besaid. She is Yuna's first obtained Aeon.

Valefor has the unique ability, Sonic Wings, although it does less damage than a regular attack, it has a Delay status effect.

Valefor's Fayth.

Valefor is the only Aeon to have two Overdrives. The default Overdrive is Energy Ray: Valefor fires a destructive laser from her beak, dealing damage to all enemies. Her second Overdrive, Energy Blast, is obtained by speaking to a girl in Besaid Village and then inspecting her dog. For Energy Blast, Valefor fires a number of destructive beams, damaging all enemies. Energy Blast deals more damage than Energy Ray, but has a longer recovery time. If Yuna has possession of the upgraded Nirvana Celestial Weapon, Valefor will gain Break Damage Limit and her attacks will be able to inflict over 9999 Hit Points on the opponent.

Valefor in battle.

Valefor can be fought in the Remiem Temple when summoned by Belgemine. It is also fought again before the final boss, Yu Yevon.

In the PAL and International versions of Final Fantasy X, Dark Valefor is an optional boss which can be fought at the entrance to the Village of Besaid after Yuna and the party escape from Bevelle.

Final Fantasy X-2

Main article: Valefor (Final Fantasy X-2)

In Final Fantasy X-2, Valefor, along with the other Final Fantasy X Aeons, is possessed by Shuyin's hatred and appears as a boss in Besaid temple during Chapter 3.


Final Fantasy XIII

Valefor makes a minor appearance, as Ramuh turns into it during the Nautilus show.

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