An aspiring journalist and former Galbadian soldier who is traveling the world in search of a girl who was kidnapped by a sorceress. He may not think things through all the time, but there's something about his easy-going, genuine demeanor that draws people to him.Description
Laguna wears a blue jacket with rolled sleeves over a white T-shirt with brown cargo-pants, black boots, fingerless gloves and a large black belt. He wears dog-tags and a silver earring.
- Command abilities
|BRV Attack||BRV, Ranged||200px|
|Default 1-hit attack that lowers the enemy's BRV gauge.|
|HP Attack||HP, Ranged||200px|
|Default 1-hit attack that lowers the enemy's HP gauge.|
|Grenade||BRV, Ranged, Buff, Debuff|
|1-HIT AoE BRV attack.
Inflicts Small Defense Down for 3 turns and Small Speed Down for 4 turns on all enemies. Grants Small Attack Up for 4 turns.
|Shotgun||BRV, Ranged, Debuff|
|1-HIT AoE BRV attack.
Inflicts Small Attack Down for 2 turns on all enemies. Grants Small Max BRV Up to all party members for 3 turns.
|Shotgun+||BRV+HP, Ranged, Debuff|
|1-HIT stronger version of Shotgun which also inflicts a single target HP attack.
Requires Regulus's passive.
|Debuff Damage Up||Self, Buff||200px|
|Slightly raises BRV damage dealt against enemies afflicted with personal debuffs for 2 turns.
No action delay. No turn count increase. Decreases Friend Support and Summon action count. No increase to Summon Gauge and EX Recast Gauge.
|Ragnarok Buster||EX Ability, BRV+HP, Ranged, Overflow, Buff|
|8-HIT BRV+HP attack.
BRV stolen can overflow up to 150% Max BRV. Grants Manly Charm for 8 turns. Manly Charm raises Max BRV and raises BRV damage dealt based on the number of debuffs on the target(s). Requires Leopard's passive. Condition: usable when EX gauge is filled.
- Passive abilities
- Though not directly stated in Final Fantasy VIII, it is implied Seifer Almasy became enchanted with the story of Zefer and his sorceress and enthralled with the idea of becoming a sorceress' knight himself, calling it his "romantic dream". Laguna played the role of this fabled knight in a dream sequence. In Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia, Seifer meets Laguna and reveals he's a fan and that Laguna is the reason he uses a gunblade.