A spirit fabled to haunt the mountains of Palamecia.Official site description
Legends say that Echoes guide travelers who listen to them towards troves of fantastic treasures.
Though traditionally only a disembodied voice, Wol is somehow able to see her physical form.
By themselves, Echoes cannot be seen save by those they bond with — that is, unless the Echo chooses to make herself known to outsiders. Travelers from other worlds often assume that the spirit’s charge is talking to themself as a result.
The Echo assigned to Wol has violet hair with light brown bangs and blue-green eyes. She wears a white metal neckpiece which has a violet piece under her chin with three holes forming a triangle and a black tie hangs from it. Wol's Echo also wears a revealing white shirt with violet accents with decolletage reaching up to her navel, held together in between her breasts by a buckle on her tie. She wears a short white skirt, grey thigh-high tights, and white sleeves adorned with a violet nearly closed "C" design. Echo's look is complimented by light blue wings adorned with violet lines. Her arms have no defined wrists or hands; rather, her forearms are adorned according to her current outfit.
An Echo can seemingly change her form at will, adapting her attire and her wings to her environs (for example, taking on Aerith Gainsborough's likeness when in the Mako reactors of Final Fantasy VII, or appearing as a doppelganger for Lightning in a memory of her world). The precise trigger for any of the Echo's transformations is never fully explained; the transformation into Lightning's Echo catches her by surprise.
Echo has several alternate outfits that can either be bought from the Spirit Grove or obtained as rewards for fulfilling certain conditions.
Wol's Echo's personality is best described as playful and ebullient, even mischievous; after all, local legends stipulate that she could lead a man to his doom. Although she can be a troublemaker with her insatiable desire for treasure, she appears to have Wol's best interests at heart in spite of his near-constant objections to her every suggestion or whim. In this respect, Wol's Echo often plays the straight foil to his coldly sarcastic personality.
Though a spirit herself, Wol's Echo has a paralyzing fear of other spirits (phasmophobia), revealed in multiple event storylines. She is not, however, afraid to rebuke the enigmatic Vox whenever he comes calling.
Echoes can also absorb personality traits of other characters or take on different personalities when dressed in different attire; for example, inheriting Lightning's signature depth of voice when dressed in her Guardian Corps attire. Meia's Echo begins as a being who seeks to rend the world asunder and bears a demonesque appearance.
After leaving the Runic Temple, time around Wol stops as a light comes flying towards him. As it starts to speak the warrior presumes it to be Vox, but the voice correct him stating that her name is "Echo" and transforms into a fairy. She congratulates him on receiving the boon and offers to become his guide. Despite Wol's repeated tries to fend off the creature she joins him. When the time resumes Wol asks Mog about Echo and he reveals that Echo is a rather mischievous field fairy, often leading travelers to their doom.
It is later revealed that every Blank that is striving to become the Warrior of Light is accompanied by his own version of Echo. Each, she explains, is an "echo" of herself, hence her name. However, each one is entirely independent of one another, and they do not share memories or experiences between themselves.
Randomly in battle, Echo will use her Spiritual Gifts to aid the player: Healing Gift to restores HP and grant HP Regen for two turns, Elemental Gift to add two random orbs to the element stock, Hastening Gift to add one extra action to the player's turns, and Breaker's Gift to add an extra action to a Break turn.
Creation and developmentEdit
Echo is voiced by Sarah Anne Williams in the English version.
She is voiced by Sakura Tange in the Japanese version.
Echo appears on Triple Triad cards in the version available via Final Fantasy Portal App.
Non-Final Fantasy guest appearancesEdit
Echo appeared as an obtainable, S-rank character during the Mobius Final Fantasy collaboration event. Her species is Spirit. Her artwork was illustrated by Toshiyuki Itahana.
As The Beguiling, she possesses the skills Megamoogle, Levitation, Reanimation and Giga Regen. When evolved to The Illuminating, she possesses the skills Defense +10%, Gigamoogle, Petrification Ward and Mega Regen. When evolved to The Otherworldly, she possesses the skills Defense +10%, HP +10%, Levitation and Teramoogle. When Recoded, she becomes Echo Λ and possesses the skills Regen, Megamoggy, Gigamoggy and Extended Regen.
Entries for different versions of EchoThe Beguiling: Echo is a spirit who entices wayfarers with honeyed words and offers insight into the true nature of the world. It's said that those who heed her guidance will one day become Warriors of Light--for the path revealed by spirits such as she is always perilous and promises certain death to the weak.The Illuminating: Echo is a spirit who entices wayfarers with honeyed words and offers insight into the true nature of the world. It's said that those who heed her guidance will one day become Warriors of Light--for the path revealed by spirits such as she is always perilous and promises certain death to the weak.
Mog the moogle offers little in the way of battle prowess, but he supports his friends with tireless devotion.The Otherworldly: Echo is a spirit who entices wayfarers with honeyed words and offers insight into the true nature of the world. It's said that those who heed her guidance will one day become Warriors of Light--for the path revealed by spirits such as she is always perilous and promises certain death to the weak.
Mog the moogle offers little in the way of battle prowess, but he supports his friends with tireless devotion. Though he is now reborn as a spacefaring guardian, he'll never forget the beloved master he once knew.Echo Λ: Echo Λ is a spirit who entices wayfarers with honeyed words and offers insight into the true nature of the world. It's said that those who heed her guidance will one day become Warriors of Light. Hoping to persuade the warriors of Terra, she has taken on the guise of an adult woman.
Her Moogle Companion, Moggy, calls himself Palamecia's richest adventurer. He toasts to himself as they explore the trade route beyond the stars.