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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Rosa casts a White Magic spell in Final Fantasy IV DS.

White Magic is one of the three main types of Magic in the Final Fantasy series. It focuses mainly on recovery and support magic, although there is usually some strategic magic in the skill set. In titles that feature the Job system, White Magic is commonly associated with the White Mage job class.

Over the course of the titles, White Magic spells have been interchanged with Black Magic, and in some recent Ivalice titles, a new school of magic known as Green Magic.

Contents

Spells List

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Recurring

  • Cure - the basic HP recovery spells. They harm the Undead in most games.
  • Cura - Also called Cure 2, restores a moderate amount of HP to party members.
  • Curaga - Also called Cure 3, restores a large amount of HP to party members. It is the second strongest healing spell in Final Fantasy games that also contain the spell Curaja.
  • Curaja - Also called Cure 4, restores a large amount of HP to party members.
  • Full-Cure - Also called Renew. As implied, it restores all HP of one target.
  • Raise - Also called Life, revives a KOed party member.
  • Arise - Also called Life 2 or Full-Life, revives a KOed party member with full life, generally.
  • Auto-Life - Also called Life 3 or Reraise, grants a status effect that automatically revives a character after they are KOed.
  • Confuse - Causes an enemy to act randomly, attacking both allies and foes alike.
  • Silence - Also called Mute, Prevents the target from casting spells.
  • Mini - Also called Size, this spell reduces an enemy's size, decreasing physical attack power.
  • Esuna - Sometimes called Erase, the spell removes various negative status effects. There are often status-specific spells that cost significantly less MP, such as Poisona, Blindna, and Vox.
  • Regen - Sometimes classified as a Time/Space spell, Regen restores HP over a period of time. Also called Auto-Regen.
  • Libra - Also known as Scan, and previously called Peep in the SNES version of Final Fantasy IV, this allows a character to find out an enemy's stats, HP/MP, and weaknesses.
  • Protect - This spell increases a character's defense or halves damage from physical attacks.
  • Shell - This spell increases a character's magic defense or halves damage from magical attacks.
  • Sight - This spell allows the player to view all points on the World Map.
  • Stona - Also called Soft, this spell cures the Petrify status.
  • Reflect - Sometimes classified as a Time/Space spell, Reflect makes all spells bounce off the target and return to the caster.
  • Dispel - Occasionally classified as Black magic, dispel removes one or more positive buffs from an enemy.
  • Blink - This spell gives a character the Blink status.
  • Haste - This spell allows a party member to take a greater amount of action or take action sooner in a given amount of "game time".
  • Holy - This is one of only a few damage dealing White Magic spells. It deals holy elemental damage to a foe. It's super-effective against the undead.

Game-specific

The following spells are not included in most Final Fantasy titles, but have made appearance as White Magic.

  • Basuna - This spell removes status that wear off after battle in Final Fantasy II.
  • Ultima - Curiously enough, the ultimate destruction spell was listed as a White Magic spell in Final Fantasy II
  • Jewel - Exclusive to Final Fantasy IX, draws an Ore from an enemy.
  • Might - Exclusive to Final Fantasy IX, increases strength of a target.
  • Cleanse - This spell removes the Disease status in Final Fantasy XII.
  • Refresh - In Final Fantasy XI, Refresh grants an effect similar to Regen, but instead affecting MP regeneration.
  • Auspice - In Final Fantasy XI, it grants the party a Subtle Blow effect, grants the White Mage who cast it the En-Light effect, and grants an additional Accuracy boost if swings miss.
  • Sacrifice - In Final Fantasy XI, similar to Erase and Esuna, it rids the recipient of one or more negative status ailment; however, the White Mage that casts it receives the ailment as a result.
  • Barspell - In Final Fantasy XI, Barspells grant protection in the way of decreased damage, increased spell resistance, and/or reduced duration of magical damage and status effects.
  • Repose - Final Fantasy XI, repose is white magic capable of sleeping targets.
  • Enspell - In Final Fantasy XI, Enspells grant physical attacks a chance of doing additional elemental damage.
  • Clearara - In Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates, Clearara appears as a stronger form of Clear.
  • Clearaga - In Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates, Clearaga appears as the second most powerful form of Clear.
  • Clearaja - In Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates, Clearaja appears as the most powerful form of Clear.
  • Rela Crystal - In Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates, Rela Crystal is a powerful magic spell that can only be cast during one boss fight.

See Also


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

Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Seen only on the Bandai series of cards, White Magic is Commonly used to refer to "LIGHT" Monsters. "White Magic" itself refers to the "White" arts of Magic, specifically, the use of Healing & Regenerative Forces, Positive Effects, and generally anything that helps and/or protects you from your opponent.

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