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Every day is a festival! Abilities vary by character.

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Festivalist's menu icon. The Festivalist is a dressphere in the International and HD Remaster versions of Final Fantasy X-2. Before the HD remake's release, the Festivalist was also known by the fan-translated name Festival-Goer. It is based on a design sent in by an eight-year-old fan for Square Enix's dress designing competition advertised in Final Fantasy X-2 Ultimania.[1] The dressphere is acquired in the beginning of the game, on board the Celsius, when Yuna talks to Brother. Rikku's dialogue after spherechanging into Festivalist "Party! Ah, ah, ah! Party! Ah, ah ah!" are identical to her brother's pre-battle dialogue.

Profile[edit | edit source]

Each girl wears festive Japanese-style clothing, and has a pair of weapons, one used for regular attacks and the other for unique abilities (unique abilities are named after the weapon used for it).

Yuna wears a long light pink yukata with dark peach circle, heart, and triangle designs as well as white moogle designs. Her obi is white with green hearts, red and blue circles, blue lines and a single large red heart. Her sandals are black and pink. She wears two silver and red temari on each wrist, which she uses for regular attacks and can deal two attacks at once. For her special attacks she uses her sandals; she kicks them off and they explode releasing a spell. Her fireworks color is pink.

Rikku wears a light blue kimono top with darker blue circle designs as well as black and white Cait Sith designs. It is fastened by a blue ribbon and her sleeves are attached using red thread. She wears light blue shorts with darker blue circle designs and pink heart designs. She wears light blue sandals. Her orange goldfish are held in a clear bag tied with a yellow bow and a blue ribbon and the cotton candy is white. She uses cotton candy for regular attacks. For special attacks, she uses the goldfish by letting it out its plastic bag to attack the enemy. The goldfish change color depending on the attack chosen. Her fireworks color is green.

Paine wears an open short-sleeved blue happi with pink lining and white spiral designs, as well as a tonberry design on the back. Under the happi she wears a white bandage-like top. The happi is tied around her waist with a white ribbon bow. She wears tight, blue shorts and white tabi, a pink and white headband and a black choker necklace. She has a yellow chocobo mask on the right side on her head. The chocobo mask resembles the main playable Chocobo in the Chocobo series games.

Her fan is blue with pink line designs as well as a large red and white circle design. She uses the giant fan for regular attacks. The dressphere image of the Festivalist is the fan Paine uses to attack. For special attacks, she uses her mask, which she throws like a disc. Her fireworks color is indigo. Paine wears tabi, Japanese socks mostly worn while wearing traditional kimonos or pre-modern times. Unlike modern socks, the wearer's big toe is in its own section and the other four share one.

The last firework that explodes when the girls transform into this dressphere resembles that girl's Mascot outfit: Yuna's moogle, Rikku's Cait Sith, or Paine's tonberry.

Yuna's victory pose is to jump twice then fan herself. Rikku balances her cotton candy on her forehead, while Paine jumps then poses with her fan held out behind her.

Abilities[edit | edit source]

Each character has a different set of Festivities abilities and a different set of auto-abilities.

Yuna is the only one to have both physical and magical abilities on her dressphere ability list. Her abilities are unique in that the specific ability chosen is random, dependent on how the sandal she kicks off lands: the sandal landing face-up corresponds to the lowest level spell, face-down to the middle level spell, on its side to a high level spell, and on its heel to the highest level spell. If Yuna is petrified after tossing her sandal, the spell will still be cast. The lower level spells are more common, and the highest level spell is very rare. For Fire Sandals, the spells are Fire, Fira, Firaga, and Firaga 2. For Ice Sandals, the spells are Blizzard, Blizzara, Blizzaga, and Blizzaga 2. For Lightning Sandals, the spells are Thunder, Thundara, Thundaga, and Thundaga 2. For Water Sandals, the spells are Water, Watera, Waterga, and Waterga 2. For Flare Sandals, the spells are Sleep, Berserk, Break, and Flare. For Ultima Sandals, the spells are Silence, Blind, Death, and Ultima.

Rikku's Fish abilities summon three goldfish to attack the foe with the element chosen; these fish chain with one another, building on the damage the first deals.

Command abilities[edit | edit source]

Name AP MP Description Prerequisite Image
Attack Initial Attack one enemy. None
Festivities Varies Varies Use Festivalist skills.

Auto-abilities[edit | edit source]

Yuna[edit | edit source]

Name AP Description Prerequisite
Pointlessproof 20 Guards against Pointless. None
Piercing Magic 30 Cast spells unaffected by enemies' Reflect. Silenceproof
Silenceproof 30 Guards against Silence. None
SOS Regen 30 Casts Regen when HP is low. Pointlessproof
SOS Wall 100 Casts Shell and Protect when HP is low. SOS Regen

Rikku[edit | edit source]

Name AP Description Prerequisite
Pointlessproof 20 Guards against Pointless. None
Slowproof 20 Guards against Slow. None
SOS Regen 30 Casts Regen when HP is low. Pointlessproof
Stopproof 40 Guards against Stop. Slowproof
SOS Wall 100 Casts Shell and Protect when HP is low. SOS Regen

Paine[edit | edit source]

Name AP Description Prerequisite
Slowproof 20 Guards against Slow. None
Stopproof 40 Guards against Stop. Slowproof
SOS Haste 50 Casts Haste when HP is low. Stopproof
SOS Regen 30 Casts Regen when HP is low. None
SOS Wall 100 Casts Shell and Protect when HP is low. SOS Regen

Other appearances[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy X-2: Last Mission[edit | edit source]

The Festivalist dressphere increases Attack, Magic and Accuracy by 1 point per each level. Multiple copies can be found on the ground inside the tower or bought in shops. It has a relatively high HP growth. Its regular attack range is one tile ahead of the character.

Abilities[edit | edit source]

Name Cost Description Range Image
(D)Spark Wheel 16 MP Damages enemies. (Unique) Entire room.
(S)Fortune 3 MP Use one random ability from any dressphere. Varies.
(D)Spinner 5 MP Damages an enemy and inflicts the Stop status. One tile ahead of the character.

Auto-abilities[edit | edit source]

Name AP Description Prerequisite
Berserkproof 40 Prevents the Berserk status. Festivalist + Thief
Curse Guard 40 Prevents the Curse status. Festivalist + Lady Luck
Darkproof 55 Prevents the Darkness status. Festivalist + Samurai
Defeat to Heal MP 75 Recover MP after defeating an enemy. Festivalist + Gunner
Double Gil 50 Doubles earned Gil. Festivalist + Psychic
Secret Items 87 Additional items appear on shop inventories. Festivalist + Mascot
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References[edit | edit source]

  1. Final Fantasy X-2 Ultimania Omega. p 576-577.
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