The Lilty are one of the four tribal groups from the Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles series.
- 1 Profile
- 2 Appearances
- 3 Other appearances
- 4 Behind the scenes
Profile[edit | edit source]
In early games, the Lilties are usually short and appear childlike even as they grow older, wearing heavy armor gear. Despite their diminutive size, the Lilty are the strongest of the four tribes. As of Crystal Bearers, the Lilties have undergone a major redesign, some now appearing taller. The Lilty can be pretty hot-headed, but are also confident and down-to-earth. They can interbreed with Clavats and Selkies.
The Lilty have plant-like features on their heads. Male and female Lilties' sprouts differ with males having them short and sticking up while female Lilties have them long and coming down. In some cases the sprout on female Lilties head are also green and contain a rosebud. Due to their plant-like appearance, Lilty are called "Onion" by those prejudiced against them.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
These little warriors have lived all over the world since ancient times. Long ago, they ruled the world, and many still believe themselves to be superior to others. Though they can be hotheaded, they are also confident and down-to-earth. Liltian merchants are some of the best around.
The Lilty are proud, stout warriors and the absolute strongest tribe. While they have the highest attack power, they are the worst spell casters. For the "Defend" command, Lilties block physical attacks by guarding with their spear. The Lilties use spears as weapons and have the ability to get the strongest weapon in the game, Longinus, which is made using Celestial Weapon.
The once invulnerable Lilty empire has devolved into the peaceful towns of Alfitaria and Marr's Pass. The iron they used to finance their empire came from the Mine of Cathuriges; once the mine ran dry, the Lilties could no longer control so much land, and their empire crumbled.
Supplementary material refers to the male Lilty as Cyadd Gael and the female Lilty as Clare Guilda.
Their main weapons are club-like objects, ranging from ladles and spoons to maces. Lilties have the highest Attack and Defense stats of any Tribe, can move while using a charge attack plus be invincible while charging, and gain very high attack stats when they pass level 50.
Their Tribe Ability is an alchemy skill which allows them to create Magicite and Items with their Urn. The Urn can also be used on Pot Tiles, which each have a different effect. Lilties can also travel around in their Urn when they charge up. If they hit a wall or stay in it for too long, they'll become stunned for a few seconds.
One of the major Lilty characters is Hugh Yurg. Lilties only appear in the Kingdom after an Inn is built. They do not stay and cannot be recruited until a Lilty Hut, an additional downloadable content, is built. Male Lilties can be recruited only as Warriors.
Lilties are one of the four tribes to play as. They are a tough tribe, best used for melee close combat. They can equip spears and Mallets.
The game offers twelve default names for Lilty characters:
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Many Lilties live in Alfitaria and throughout the surrounding kingdom. Lilty guards are typically either short as the original game's Lilties or giant guards nearly twice their size. Lilty children and elderly are seen throughout the game as well, and the majority of Alfitaria's service are run by Lilty clerks.
Years prior to the events of the story, the war between the Lilties and the Yukes erupted once again, ending with the Yukes seemingly driven to extinction and the Lilties spreading their influence across the globe.
Other appearances[edit | edit source]
Lilties appear in vision cards from War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius.
- In Search of Myrrh
In a distant world, people have taken to forming villages near crystals in order to protect themselves from the harmful miasma covering the land.
As the crystals must be purified once a year with drops of myrrh from a tree of the same name, young villagers set out each year to collect these drops, a crystal chalice containing a shard of the crystal in hand.
These groups of young people setting out in search of drops of myrrh are referred to as crystal caravans.
Vision card description
In Search of Myrrh is an MR-rarity vision card. Its party ability is ATK Up and Water Unit Beast Killer Up. Its bestowed effects are Acquired JP Up. It was illustrated by Toshiyuki Itahana (SQUARE ENIX).
- Keepers of the Crystal
Long ago, a giant meteorite fell on the land, and deadly miasma blanketed the world. Crystals keep the deadly miasma in check, but the crystals' power is not eternal.
Young adventurers embark on a journey once a year seeking "drops of myrrh" to purify the crystals.
These are the chronicles of brave young adventurers who journey to protect their home. These are the "CRYSTAL CHRONICLES."
Vision card description
Keepers of the Crystal is an UR-rarity vision card. It was illustrated by Toshiyuki Itahana (SQUARE ENIX).
Lilties appear on trading cards.
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
The tribe name Lilty, most commonly sounds like lilies, which tells what kind of plants the Lilties may have on their head. Lilties resemble Onion Knights in appearance. In Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers, it seems the Selkies (particularly Vaigali) have taken to calling Lilties "Onions" as a racial slur.