A mage from another world where magic and espers once lived. His mind was irreparably damaged by an infusion of artificial magic, but his emperor still places a great deal of trust in this madman. He is as fickle as a child, and just as quick to explode in anger, but these are tantrums with a death toll-- he even kills women and children indiscriminately. Even his fellow soldiers in the Gestahlian Army hate and fear Kefka for his madness and cruelty.

Kefka (3★) description

Kefka is a summonable vision and optional playable character in Final Fantasy Brave Exvius. He serves as a character representative from Final Fantasy VI. He also appears as a boss in The Psycho Clown, the companion challenge event to the Final Fantasy VI King Mog event The Floating Continent. One of its mission rewards is his own robe.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Kefka is a 3-6★ Rare Summon; his job is listed as Archmage, and his role is Magic Damage. He originally could awaken only up to 5★, but received a new form for the Final Fantasy VI event The Floating Continent (which originally ran in April 2017 in the Global version). He has no innate element or status ailment resistances. His Trust Master reward is the Ribbon accessory (MAG+5, SPR+5), which makes the equipped unit immune to all status ailments.

His awakening materials are the following:


Stats[edit | edit source]

Kefka's stats at his highest levels are as follows (with no passive abilities taken into account), along with the maximum amount of stat points that can be increased through pot-enhancements:

Rarity Level HP MP ATK DEF MAG SPR Drop Check*(Maximum burst stone drops per hit)
3★ 40 1251 (+150) 89 (+25) 49 (+10) 47 (+10) 69 (+14) 64 (+10) 3 FFBE Limit Burst crystal.png
4★ 60 1627 (+210) 115 (+35) 64 (+14) 61 (+14) 89 (+18) 84 (+14) 4 FFBE Limit Burst crystal.png
5★ 80 2115 (+240) 150 (+40) 83 (+16) 79 (+16) 116 (+24) 109 (+16) 5 FFBE Limit Burst crystal.png
6★ 100 2749 (+390) 195 (+65) 107 (+26) 102 (+26) 150 (+34) 141 (+26) 6 FFBE Limit Burst crystal.png


Abilities[edit | edit source]

Depending on his rarity, Kefka has three (3★) or four (4-6★) ability slots. He has some affinity to Black Magic (Lvl 6-8).

Rarity 3★
Trait Lv. Learned
Blizzara Black Magic 1
Thundara Black Magic 1
Escape 6
MAG +20%*(Passive) 26
Drain Black Magic 36
Rarity 4★
Biora Black Magic 16
Trine 46
Blizzaga Black Magic 56
Thundaga Black Magic 56
Rarity 5★
Trait Lv. Learned
Bioga Black Magic 66
Heartless Angel 76
Hyperdrive 80
Rarity 6★
Mage of Destruction*(Passive) 1
MP +20%*(Passive) 11
Last Footstep 30
Skip*(Passive) 51
Roar of Laughter*(Passive) 71
Light of Judgment 100
Ability Awakening

Kefka has three traits that can be enhanced: Mage of Destruction, Light of Judgment, and Roar of Laughter.

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Limit Burst

Kefka's Limit Burst receives three different names, depending on his rarity: Vengeance (リベンジャー, Ribenjā?, lit. Revenger), Forsaken (ミッシング, Misshingu?, lit. Missing), and Wings of Ruin (破壊の翼, Hakai no Tsubasa?, lit. Wings of Destruction). A damage and debuff-type ability, it is a 1-hit attack that deals magical damage to all enemies, and decreases their resistance to all elements for three turns. Depending on Kefka's rarity, it will reduce their resistance by 10% (3★), by 15% (4★), by 20% (5★), or by 25% (6★).

Its damage modifier will depend on Kefka's LB level:

Rarity Name Change in Effect Cost
3★ Vengeance Base (Lv. 1) Damage dealt (2.1x) 10 FFBE Limit Burst crystal.png
Max (Lv. 10) Damage dealt (2.55x)
4★ Forsaken Base (Lv. 1) Damage dealt (2.3x) 12 FFBE Limit Burst crystal.png
Max (Lv. 15) Damage dealt (3x)
5★ Wings of Ruin Base (Lv. 1) Damage dealt (2.5x) 14 FFBE Limit Burst crystal.png
Max (Lv. 20) Damage dealt (3.45x)
6★ Wings of Ruin Base (Lv. 1) Damage dealt (2.7x) 16 FFBE Limit Burst crystal.png
Max (Lv. 25) Damage dealt (3.9x)


Equipment[edit | edit source]

Kefka can equip the following weapon types: daggers, staves, rods and maces.

He can equip the following armor types: hats, clothes and robes.

He can equip accessories.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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