Elemental damage is reduced by half!

In-game description.

The Elementalist is a crown in Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light obtained after defeating Arbaroc in the Great Tree.

The Elementalist's special ability halves the damage taken from elemental attacks. The crown's earlier abilities allow the user to enhance the effects of the party's elemental attacks, which makes them a perfect partner for those using the Black Mage crown. Their third ability, Mysterio, becomes a borderline necessity when facing bosses during endgame, since most of them have an elemental affinity.

With Mysterio active, the Elementalist will take no damage from elemental spells and take little from elemental attacks, and if paired with the right accessory or armor, they can absorb damage taken from elemental attacks. Like the traditional Geomancers in the series, the Elementalist is proficient with instrumental weapons and also has decent proficiency with all kinds of magic. The job's special armor, Elementalist Robe, provides a 10% boost to the user's Intellect and Magic Accuracy.

Stats[edit | edit source]

HP Strength Intellect Spirit
1.0 1.1 1.4 1.1


Short Sword Sword Bow Staff Spear Axe Book Harp
C C C C C C C A


Offensive Magic Recovery Magic Evade Magic Evade
B B C B

Abilities[edit | edit source]

Name Description AP Gems Needed Image
Augment Enhance the effects of allies' elemental attacks. Lasts four turns. 1 None Augment.png
Amplify Greatly enhances the effects of allies' elemental attacks. Lasts four turns. 2 Ruby ×5
Emerald ×5
Amplify.png
Mysterio Enhance the party's resistance to elemental attacks. 3 Ruby ×6
Topaz ×2
Aquamarine ×6
Amethyst ×1
Mysterio.png
Elemental Unleash a storm of elemental attacks against the foe.
In random order casts: Fire, Water, Quake, Dark, Banish, and Aero.
4 Ruby ×7
Sapphire ×7
Lapis ×3
Amethyst ×2
Diamond ×1
Elemental.png

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Etymology[edit | edit source]

An elemental is a mythic being described in occult and alchemical works from around the time of the European Renaissance and particularly elaborated in the 16th century works of Paracelsus.

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