History Characters / FinalFantasyTactics

19th Jun '18 5:27:36 AM Ramidel
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%%* HeroAntagonist: At first, but then after his sister's death and the ruination of his dreams, everything goes wrong.

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%%* * HeroAntagonist: At first, As leader of the Death Corps, he's far more honorable than his noble adversaries and probably morally superior to Ramza, all in all. He leads a group of veterans in a rebellion to receive their proper due, but even then will not resort to kidnapping and ransom. Sadly, after his sister's death and the ruination of defeat, his dreams, everything goes wrong.morality gradually slips downhill.



%%* LaResistance

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%%* LaResistance* LaResistance: Leader of the Death Corps, a veterans' army rebelling against the Crown to win their due.
16th Jun '18 2:22:38 AM Mercuricalis
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** Her Attack is a bit low, making her more if a StoneWall. Give her Attack Up to mitigate it. Or use her higher Magic stat.


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* LightningBruiser: Compared to Agrias, Meliadoul hits harder.
9th Jun '18 9:22:06 AM theknack101
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* CherryTapping: Geomancy is not the most powerful skill in the game. However, it has very long range, is instant, doesn't cost any mana to cast, and can cause status effects; so a geomancer who knows all their spells can always be causing damage no matter where they are.
9th Jun '18 9:15:58 AM theknack101
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* BoringButPractical: Their ability is they can use (and throw) healing items. Not very flashy, but very useful. Gets shades of AwesomeAndPractical when guns start appearing as they are one of the few classes that can natively use them. Doubly so once magical guns start appearing. Hard to say no to a gun that can shoot lightning spells.
2nd May '18 9:34:58 AM keyblade333
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* BreakoutCharacter: An unusual example as Argath is a character that everyone loves to hate. In the War of the Lions edition of the game, he is brought back to life in chapter 4 just so you can kill him again. And he even appears as the final boss of the Ivalice raid in ''Videogame/FinalFantasyXIV'' so you can kill him ''yet again''.

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* BreakoutCharacter: An unusual example as BreakoutVillain: Despite being a HateSink, Argath is a character that everyone loves to hate. became one of the most popular characters in ''Tactics'' for just how blatantly hateable he is. In the War ''War of the Lions Lions'' edition of the game, he is brought back to life in chapter 4 just so you can kill him again. And again, and he even appears as the final boss of the Ivalice raid in ''Videogame/FinalFantasyXIV'' so you can kill him ''yet again''.
19th Mar '18 4:00:19 PM dotchan
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* MediumAware: While Height is definitely observable in-game, Arithmeticians are somehow able to see enemy levels, experience, and even CT.

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* MediumAware: While Height is definitely observable in-game, Arithmeticians are somehow also able to see ally and enemy levels, experience, and even CT.
9th Mar '18 6:43:33 AM theknack101
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* BreakoutCharacter: An unusual example as Argath is a character that everyone loves to hate. In the War of the Lions edition of the game, he is brought back to life in chapter 4 just so you can kill him again. And he even appears as the final boss of the Ivalice raid in ''Videogame/FinalFantasyXIV'' so you can kill him ''yet again''.
5th Mar '18 7:44:19 AM CastleSuperbeast
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* WeaksauceWeakness: Due to her high number of hitpoints, percentage based attacks like drain deal lots of damage to Ultima, a weakness all Lucavi share. Downplayed, however, in that Ultima (and [[spoiler:[[BonusBoss Elidibus]]]]) are technically resistant to such techniques; as their staggeringly high health means such skills cap at 999, which is closer to 1/6 of their health as opposed to 1/3 (Drain), 1/4 (Gravity), and 1/2 (Graviga).

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* WeaksauceWeakness: Due to her high number of hitpoints, percentage based attacks like drain deal lots of damage to Ultima, a weakness all Lucavi share. Downplayed, however, in that Ultima (and [[spoiler:[[BonusBoss Elidibus]]]]) are technically resistant to such techniques; as their staggeringly high health means such skills cap at 999, which is closer to 1/6 of their health as opposed to 1/3 (Drain), 1/4 (Gravity), and 1/2 (Graviga).
(Graviga/Lich).
5th Mar '18 7:40:27 AM CastleSuperbeast
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* CombatPragmatist: His [[spoiler:shooting through Tietra to reach Gragoroth]] aside, his allies during the final boss fight with him are composed of male Knights and female Black Mages, males and females being more powerful physically and magically respectively. He also fights at range with a crossbow designed to blind its target, and has Auto-Potion to partially recover from whatever attacks manage to get past his range and shield.



* ChickMagnet: Not noted anywhere in the story, but his squad for the first two encounters with him is composed entirely of women.




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** Wiegraf himself regards Ramza as this, specifically warning his troops not to underestimate Ramza during their second encounter, having lost to him a year prior.
28th Feb '18 4:56:06 PM AuraXtreme
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* FriendlyFireproof: Iaido abilities won't harm the Samurai's allies.
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