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Locke Cole is a playable character in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT and its arcade version. He represents Final Fantasy VI. He is an Assassin type, who uses daggers as weapons, and his EX Skill is Steal, which becomes Mug when attacking a foe not targeting him. Locke is a new character who did not appear in the previous PlayStation Portable Dissidia Final Fantasy games.

Locke's default player title is Nameless Adventurer. His manikin counterpart, the Transient Pathfinder, is red.

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AppearanceEdit

Locke's default appearance, the "Intrepid Treasure Hunter", is based on his Yoshitaka Amano artwork. He wears black pants and an open jacket with blue patterns over a white t-shirt. He wears a blue and yellow headband, white boots with blue laces, and a brown belt with a patterned blue sash and a red sheathe for his dagger. This outfit has two alternate colorations. One has white pants, black boots, yellow laces, a beige belt, a red sash, and a white bandana with red accents. Another has dark gray pants, black boots, gray laces, a beige belt, a yellow sash, and a dark gray bandana with white rim.

Locke's alternate costume, the "Devoted Returner", is based on his SD artwork. He wears blue pants and an open short-sleeved shirt, with pale blue sleeves rolled up to the shoulder. He wears a white vest, light-brown gloves and boots, a blue bandana, and a pale-green sash around his waist. Locke's hair is silver. This costume has two alternate colorations. The first has black pants and a black shirt, beige sleeves, white gloves and boots, and a light blue sash and bandana. The second has a dark blue shirt with white sleeves and dark blue pants, a blue-purple sash and bandana, dark brown gloves and boots, and light brown/blond hair.

PersonalityEdit

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EquipmentEdit

Locke wields daggers and also uses the Rising Sun on his moveset.

His default weapon is the Main Gauche, while his alternate weapons are the Thief's Knife, the Assassin's Dagger, and the Valiant Knife.


StoryEdit

The Amnesiac WandererEdit

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The New ConflictEdit

Unlike Y'shtola Rhul and Noctis Lucis Caelum, who are confirmed to have never participated in the old conflict, it is unknown if Locke was summoned to World B and then later dismissed sometime between the first and the eleventh cycles.

Shortly after Shinryu's defeat, the moogles give Locke a crystal to host his memories for Materia to use in the upcoming infinitely long war. With a crystal doppelgänger of himself to serve on Materia's behalf, Locke returns to his home world.

GameplayEdit

Locke's fighting style is similar to Zidane in terms of using daggers, abilities and gameplay. He can also throw a round bladed boomerang to his opponent as part of his Bravery attacks.

He is an Assassin type, and when he attacks foes not targeting him, he deals extra damage and his EX skill Steal becomes Mug. Whether an enemy is currently targeting him is determined at the instant Locke unleashes his attack.

His base EX Skill is Steal, which pilfers an item to use at will. The items are revealed on his list, such as Potions and Ethers, which he uses to restore a small amount of HP or Bravery. When he attacks foes not targeting him, Steal becomes Mug, in which he takes a piece of equipment that can be used to unleash a powerful attack. Most items stolen are Master Scroll, Soul of Thamasa and Brigand's Glove, which he uses to increase his attack damage, dealing magic damage and to buff himself to attack his opponents.

AbilitiesEdit

Move Damage Input Type Power Frame Data Image
Mark the Spot Bravery DFF2015 II IconDFF2015 Right II Ground
Quickly slice your foe with your daggers.
Moonring Blade Bravery DFF2015 Up + II IconDFF2015 Right II Ground
Throw your moonring blade at a foe.
Slash & Soar Bravery DFF2015 II IconDFF2015 Right II Dash
Knock your foe up into the air, then send them hurtling to the ground.
Sideward Slash Bravery DFF2015 II IconDFF2015 Right II Aerial
Quickly slice your foe with your daggers.
Catch & Release Bravery DFF2015 Up + II IconDFF2015 Right II Aerial
Pull your enemy in with your moonring blade, then kick them away.
Deadly Chase Bravery DFF2015 II IconDFF2015 Right II Dash
Charge forward, piercing your adversary multiple times.
Mirage Dive HP DFF2015 IV Icon
Pounce on your foe from close range and strike them with incredible speed.
Ruthless Talons HP DFF2015 IV Icon
Jump up and fall straight down with your blades out, or press ↓ + DFF2015 IV Icon to dive down, then slash straight up.
Phoenix Ray HP DFF2015 IV Icon
Enlist the aid of Phoenix to cause an explosion at your opponent's position.
Dagger Dance HP DFF2015 IV Icon
Cavort toward foes from midrange with a deft series of slashes and kicks.
Steal
(Mug)
EX Skill DFF2015 I Icon -
Get in close to your foe and take either a potion or an ether from them. When your foe is not targeting you, take a master's scroll, a soul of Thamasa, or a pair of thief gloves.
Potion EX Skill DFF2015 I Icon With a Potion
Recover a small amount of HP.
Ether EX Skill DFF2015 I Icon With an Ether
Recover a small amount of bravery.
Master's Scroll EX Skill DFF2015 I Icon With a Master's Scroll
Deftly unleash a series of slashes and kicks.
Soul of Thamasa EX Skill DFF2015 I Icon With a Soul of Thamasa
Cast fire, ice, and lightning magic in succession.
Thief Gloves EX Skill DFF2015 I Icon With Thief Gloves
Have all your attacks do extra damage for a period of time and increase the rate at which your unique EX skill gauge fills.
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Creation and developmentEdit

Locke was considered as the playable candidate of Final Fantasy VI during development of the original Dissidia Final Fantasy, but Tetsuya Nomura stated that the heroes' side lacked female representatives, and Locke rejected in favor of Terra Branford, due to her prominence in the main game and her stronger connection to Kefka Palazzo.

Locke was revealed as the second DLC character of the Season Pass on May 15, 2018. He was released on May 17, 2018 in the arcade version, and was released later in June 2018 on consoles.

VoiceEdit

Locke is voiced by Yūki Ono in the Japanese version, who previously voiced him as the "Amnesiac Man" in Dissidia Final Fantasy: Secretum. In the English version, he is voiced by Jonathan von Mering.[2]

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Before his announcement, Locke had previously appeared in the live recitation of Dissidia Final Fantasy: Secretum as the "Amnesiac Man".
    • With Locke and Rinoa's addition to the game, only two characters introduced in Secretum have yet to appear in NT: Auron, and the summon Phoenix.

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