Final Heaven (ファイナルヘヴン, Fainaru Hevun?), also known as My Final Heaven (俺式ファイナルヘヴン, Ore-shiki Fainaru Hevun?), is a recurring ability in the series appearing first in Final Fantasy VII. It is a powerful physical attack, often a Limit Break, and is among the strongest attacks usable by Monks.
- 1 Appearances
- 1.1 Final Fantasy VII
- 1.2 Final Fantasy VIII
- 1.3 Final Fantasy XI
- 1.4 Final Fantasy XIV
- 1.5 Final Fantasy Dimensions
- 1.6 Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy
- 1.7 Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call
- 1.8 Theatrhythm Final Fantasy All-Star Carnival
- 1.9 Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade
- 1.10 Final Fantasy Record Keeper
- 1.11 Final Fantasy Explorers
- 1.12 Final Fantasy Brave Exvius
- 1.13 World of Final Fantasy
- 2 Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances
- 3 Other media
- 4 Gallery
- 5 Etymology
Final Heaven is the final Limit Break for Tifa, requiring the Final Heaven manual acquired from playing the correct tune on the piano in her house in Nibelheim on disc 2 after Cloud returns and while Tifa is in the party. It deals 25⁄8 times normal damage to a single target.
Tifa can use Final Heaven as a finisher move to any of Cloud's Limit Breaks.
My Final Heaven is the final Limit Break for Zell, unlocked after reading the Combat King 005, and requires the player to input when it appears. My Final Heaven has a base power of 50 and deals physical damage to all enemies in the battle.
To get the attack to appear, the player must input attacks in the following order:
- Punch Rush → Booya → Heel Drop → Meteor Strike → My Final Heaven
- Punch Rush → Booya → Heel Drop → Mach Kick → Punch Rush → My Final Heaven
Final Heaven is a Hand-to-Hand Weapon Skill originally only usable by Monks wielding an upgraded pair of Relic Cesti. Another weapon has made the weapon skill available for Puppetmasters wielding a specific weapon as well.
Only through applicable weapons may adventurers use Final Heaven; when a wielder removes the weapon, they lose the ability until they wield it once more. The attack temporarily increases the user's Subtle Blow effect, is affected by the wielder's Vitality, and may induce Light or Fusion Skillchains, being of the Light and Fire elements.
Three weapons that allow their wielder to use Final Heaven are the Caestus, the Spharai, and the Heofon Knuckles. The Caestus only allows its wielder to use Final Heaven while in Dynamis areas, and the Spharai allows a wielder to use Final Heaven anywhere. Both may be wielded only by Monks at level 75. The Heofon Knuckles, meanwhile, may be obtained by upgrading cesti through the Trial of the Magicians, and may be wielded by Monks or Puppetmasters at level 85.
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Final Heaven is an exclusive reactive ability that costs 18 to equip. It is activated in Battle Music Sequences (BMS) when a boss-class enemy appears. It deals damage in direct proportion to Strength and Spirit. It is learned by Tifa (level 40) and Tifa #2 (level 40).
Players can transform into Tifa via the Trance system and use Final Heaven.
Final Heaven is Tifa's Champion summon ability. It inflicts neutral physical damage to one enemy and ignores defense. It also grants Strength+ to all allies. It is unlocked after completing chapter 10 and costs 1★ gauge to use. When used "Let the Battles Begin!" from Final Fantasy VII plays.
Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances
Final Heaven is an ability used by Tifa. This technique can be done by pressing the Special button.
Tifa uses her final Limit Break attack Final Heaven when fought as a boss, sending a massive energy blast at her opponent.
Tifa kicks Hitomi several times and knocks her down with a Somersault after her Haste state wears off. Tifa then unleashes her Final Heaven to knock Hitomi out.
The name likely refers to the concept of seven heavens, the final heaven being reserved for the highest of divine beings. seven heavens refer to the seven divisions of the Heaven, the abode of immortal beings, or the visible sky, the expanse containing the Sun, Moon and the stars. This concept dates back to ancient Mesopotamian religions and similar concept is also found in some Indian religions such as Hinduism, and in some Abrahamic religions such as Judaism, Islam and Catholicism. The ability originates from Final Fantasy VII, that has numerous allusions to the number.In religious or mythological cosmology, the