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For you, Ramza... I shall cast open the very gates of hell. Faolos cheos de vanda! Zorda ramud feolio... Zomal, Reeve of Time, by oath unto you am I bound. Timeless, cross you now the vastness of Time's gulf. Throw wide Her gates that we may pass!


Loffrey Wodring, also known as Rofel Wodring, is a minor character in Final Fantasy Tactics. He is one of two Knights Templar who accompany Folmarv Tengille.



Loffrey has red hair and black eyes. He wears a golden templar armor under a long blue cloak with the hood up, golden pants with a gray belt to his waist in a white buckle and golden boots.

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Loffrey is assigned to recruit the former leader of the Corpse Brigade, Wiegraf Folles, into the Knights Templar. Finding Wiegraf at his sister's grave, Wiegraf initially refuses Loffrey's offer. Loffrey convinces Wiegraf by telling him the Corpse Brigade and the Church of Glabados have the same goal, the removal of Ivalice's aristocracy.

The church sends Loffrey to negotiate with the Order of the Northern Sky following the Battle of Fort Besselat. He journeys to Eagrose Castle to meet with Dycedarg Beoulve, hoping he would accept the church's mediation to end the War of the Lions so that the church would gain more power. Dycedarg refuses, since his half-brother Ramza Beoulve has opened the sluice gate at Fort Besselat bringing the battle to a halt with both sides still strong. Loffrey mentions he knows about Dycedarg murdering Barbaneth Beoulve with Mossfungus poison.

Unaware that Dycedarg's brother Zalbaag is listening, Loffrey and Dycedarg argue, notifying Zalbaag that Dycedarg was the murderer. Loffrey, being part of the Lucavi plot, completes the other part of his mission by giving Dycedarg the Capricorn auracite, aware it would cause Dycedarg to become the demon Adrammelech. Loffrey leaves, leaving behind a chain reaction that would result in the deaths of both of Ramza's half-brothers.

Loffrey joins Knights Templar leader Folmarv and another Knight Templar, Cletienne Duroi, at St. Murond Temple, where they betray High Confessor Marcel Funebris. Folmarv demands the location of the portal to Necrohol of Mullonde, and Funebris admits it is in Orbonne Monastery. He begs for mercy, but the knights have other ideas. As Folmarv and Cletienne leave the room, Loffrey kills Funebris.

In the hallway they run into Ramza who has come to confront Folmarv. When Ramza relinquishes the Scriptures of Germonique, Loffrey picks them up and learns that a simple incantation opens the Mullonde portal. Folmarv, Loffrey and Cletienne attack, but are defeated and forced to flee.

The three Knights Templar venture to Orbonne Monastery with their prisoner, Alma Beoulve, to resurrect Ultima. In the Monastery Vaults Loffrey positions a contingent of knights on the fourth basement to keep Ramza away, and then joins Folmarv and Cletienne in the fifth basement. He opens the portal, allowing Folmarv and Cletienne to pass through. Ramza defeats the knights and rushes down to the fifth level to confront Loffrey. Loffrey fights back with more allies, but Ramza and his team fatally wound him. During the battle, Ramza declares he senses something evil about Loffrey, saying it is the same as with Celia and Lettie. Celia and Lettie were actually Ultima Demons, so Loffrey might also be one.

A dying Loffrey recites the incantation a second time for the spell, opening the portal to Necrohol of Mullonde. Once Ramza and Loffrey are on the other side, Loffrey seals the portal, preventing Ramza's return. He breathes his last and dies.

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Loffrey is fought twice as a boss; once at Mullonde Cathedral, and finally at Orbonne Monastery. In the first battle he is a level 45 Divine Knight with 60 Bravery and 68 Faith, and is equipped with the Icebrand, a full set of Platinum equipment, and a Diamond Bracelet. He has access to the Unyielding Blade command, and can also use Nature's Wrath, Defense Boost, and Jump +1. In this battle, he is immune to all negative statuses except Blind, Oil, Silence, and Slow.

In the final battle he is a level 54 Divine Knight, equipped with the Save the Queen, a full set of Crystal equipment, and a Germinas Boots. Aside from Unyielding Blade and Magicks, he can use Parry, Defense Boost, and Ignore Elevation. He is inherently immune to all negative statuses except the same as previously.


Loffrey can be fought in the Final Fantasy: The War of the Lions remake in the tenth Rendezvous battle: The Knights Templar. Here, he is 5 levels higher than the highest leveled deployed unit, and comes equipped with the Icebrand, while his other equipment are random. He has access to Unyielding Blade and Safeguard, while his other abilities are random, and is immune to the same statuses as previously.

When fought in the fourteenth Rendezvous battle: Brave Story, he is level 99 and starts with 97 Bravery and 68 Faith. He comes equipped with the Excalibur, Crystal Shield, Circlet, Luminous Robe, and a random accessory. He has access to Unyielding Blade yet again, as well as the abilities Soulbind, Arcane Defense, Ignore Elevation, and a random other ability. He is immune to the same statuses as previously.

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