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- Expanding the Story & starting Abilities section and what job is better suited for Dusk under the Battle section.
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His composed demeanor and deliberate manner of speech belie Dusk's unfortunate status as Alba's twin brother. His shirt always tucked in, buttoned down neatly with nary a wrinkle, Dusk is the polar opposite of his more...unrefined sibling. When the Empire's eyes gaze elsewhere, he sneaks out of his dilapidated hut and secretly converses with someone...
Duskis a young man with long white hair with bangs framing his face and blue. He wears a ruffled white tunic with black armbands that extend to his elbows; a black and silver belt round his waist; black trousers, and brown knee-high boots.
Throughout the story, Dusk is very secluded from the Warriors of Light. Most of the time, he is silent and reserved. However, during many of the early scenes, he is very profound. He is sophisticated and shy.
Since his growth mostly goes toward his magic stats, he is best suited as a mage, but especially serves as the best White Mage and later Seer due to his higher Mind growth.
Dusk appears on a card depicting his official artwork.
Dusk is the darkest stage of twilight in the evening. This contrasts with his sister's name having the opposite role of twilight.
- Dusk and his sister are the third pair of twins who are both playable in a Final Fantasy game, the first two sets being Palom and Porom of Final Fantasy IV, then Edgar Roni Figaro and Sabin Rene Figaro of Final Fantasy VI.
- Dusk and Alba are similar to Palom and Porom. The two both know magic, and are eventually revealed to have come from Mysidia. Dusk is most like Porom, having a talent for White Magic and being the no-nonsense counterpart to the irreverent Alba. However, a flashback in Mysidia reveals that he was very much like Palom in his youth, including a disrespectful attitude towards the Elder, and having to be fetched by his sibling.
- A dominant color for Dusk's job class sprites is white.