Use monk techniques.
Flair (奥義, Ōgi?, lit. Secret Technique) is Amarant's skillset. This command has various different skills ranging from healing to crushing monsters, protecting and reviving his fellow party members. Flair skills aren't considered magic, Amarant can use them in Oeilvert.
List of skills[edit | edit source]
Flair[edit | edit source]
|Aura||Grants Auto-Life and Regen on an ally.||Duel Claws, Scissor Fangs||25||12|
|Casts Auto-Life and Regen on one party member.|
|Chakra||Restores some HP and MP to an ally. Formula is as follows:
The HP and MP gain is doubled when equipping the Power Up support ability.
|Leather Plate, Cat's Claws||30||4|
|Restores HP and MP of one party member.|
|Countdown||Casts Doom on an enemy. Has a 50% accuracy.||Kaiser Knuckles||40||16|
|Casts Doom on the enemy.|
|Curse||Makes an enemy weak to a random element. Can be used repeatedly.||Mythril Claws, Kaiser Knuckles||20||12|
|Makes the enemy weak against some elemental property.|
|Demi Shock||Inflicts damage to an enemy equal to 20% of their max HP. Formula is as follows:
||Rune Claws, Avenger||50||20|
|Amount of damage depends on the enemy's HP.|
|No Mercy||Deals physical damage to an enemy using the following formula:
No Mercy takes on the element of the equipped weapon (but gains no further bonus from Elem-Atk boosting equipment). In Trance, the damage is increased by ~41% instead of the usual 50% bonus.
|Duel Claws, Dragon's Claws||25||12|
|Causes Non-elemental damage to the enemy.|
|Revive||Revive an ally. Formula for the recovering HP is as follows:
||Rebirth Ring, Rune Claws, Tiger Fangs||35||20|
|Recover from KO.|
|Spare Change||Throws Gil at the target, damaging it. Formula for Spare Change is as follows:
||Poison Knuckles, Rune Claws||90||0|
|Causes Non-elemental damage to the enemy by using Gil.|
Elan[edit | edit source]
Trance Command. Use monk techniques.
Other appearances[edit | edit source]
Amarant uses his Flairs in Final Fantasy Record Keeper.
Etymology[edit | edit source]
Flair refers to "a special or instinctive aptitude" or "ability for doing something well".
Élan is a French term that also refers to style and can be considered an "upgrade" of flair.