The Advanced Law Lua error in package.lua at line 80: module 'Dev:Japanese' not found. is a plot device and an action ability in Final Fantasy Tactics Advance. Advanced Laws are the strongest of law cards available to a Judge and only the Judgemaster can use them.
Story[edit | edit source]
The advanced law is used three times, in "Mission #009: Antilaws", "Mission #018: Quiet Sands", and the first part of "Mission #024: Royal Valley" by Judgemaster Cid.
Antilaws[edit | edit source]
Cid uses an Advanced Law on Ezel Berbier, the wanted Hermetic. This law prevents Ezel from using any ability at all. However, Ezel brings out one of his Antilaws, which neutralizes the Advanced Law and allows him to teleport himself and Marche to safety.
Quiet Sands[edit | edit source]
The law is used on Llednar Twem who confronts Marche, threatening him with the Omega spell, but Cid warns him that the crystal will break if Llednar uses the spell. Llednar then engages Marche, however around two full turns into the fight he prepares to use Omega but is sent off by Cid for a violation of the Advanced Law, and he is sent to jail immediately.
Royal Valley[edit | edit source]
Llednar once again engages Marche at the entrance to the royal palace. However, an Advanced Antilaw made from amber from Siena Gorge has been crafted in anticipation of this event. The Judgemaster uses this Advanced Law to destroy the "Fortune" Law placed upon Llednar, and Marche is able to defeat him. Upon falling, the Biskmatar turns to stone and fractures.
Action ability[edit | edit source]
Lua error in package.lua at line 80: module 'Dev:Quote' not found. Advanced Law is the Judgemaster job's action ability of Cid when he joins the Clan.
|Skips judge's turn once to allow law violation.|
|Judge Sword||—||As Weapon||As Weapon|
|Slash to damage and steal JP.|
|Immobilizes and disables target for arrest.|
|Give own JP to a deserving friend.|
|Nullifies a yellow card from record.|
Gallery[edit | edit source]
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