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A song pleading for angelic protection. Restores MP.Final Fantasy Tactics description
Angel Song (天使の歌, Tenshi no Uta?), also known as Seraph Song, Canticle, and Angelic Aria, is a recurring ability in the Final Fantasy series. It is usually a song usable with the Sing command, and heals the party in some manner.
Angelsong grants Regen status to an ally within a range of 4. It costs 200 AP to master.
Restores all allies' HP and MP while singing for the duration of the song.Description
Angelic Aria is the level 17 ability of the Bard class, requiring 450 AP to learn. At the cost of 54 MP, the user will continuously restore HP and MP to the party for the duration of the song. The amount restored each tick equals to MAX HP / 128 and MAX MP / 128.
Angel Song is a Rank 5 Bard ability. It casts a high-powered Regen on the party.
|Rank||Uses||Material 1||Material 2||Material 3|
|1||2||Major White Orb x6||Major Earth Orb x10||Major Holy Orb x6|
|2||4||Major White Orb x12||Major Earth Orb x20||Major Holy Orb x12|
|3||6||Major White Orb x24||Major Earth Orb x40||Major Holy Orb x24|
|4||8||Major White Orb x36||Major Earth Orb x60||Major Holy Orb x36|
|5||10||Major White Orb x60||Major Earth Orb x100||Major Holy Orb x60|
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