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Mystics from Final Fantasy Tactics.

The Mystic (陰陽士, Onmyōshi?, lit. Yin Yang User), also known as Oracle, is a job class that originates from Ivalice titles in the Final Fantasy series. They use spells that either give someone status effects or deal HP or MP damage.

Appearances[]

Final Fantasy Tactics[]

The Mystic (also known as Oracle), is a job appearing after having a level 2 White Mage (level 3 in the War of the Lions version).

Final Fantasy Tactics S[]

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Final Fantasy Artniks[]

The Mystic appears as a character card.

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Final Fantasy Trading Card Game[]

The Mystic job appears in Final Fantasy Trading Card Game as Earth-elemental Forward cards and Water-elemental Backups.

Allusions to the job in the series[]

Final Fantasy XIV[]

The Ivalician Mystic's Set appears as a collection of healer exclusive gear obtainable in the Orbonne Monastery raid. The appearance of the armor is based exactly on the original Mystic artwork from Final Fantasy Tactics.

Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances[]

Samurai Rising[]

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The Mystic appears as a job. This job uses magic swords.

Gallery[]


Etymology[]

A practitioner of Onmyōdō is called an Onmyōji or Onmyōshi in the traditional Japanese esoteric cosmology, a mixture of natural science and occultism. It is based on the Chinese philosophies of Wu Xing and Yin and yang, introduced into Japan at the beginning of the 6th century. Onmyōshi were thought to be able to manipulate shikigami, beings from Japanese folklore. It was thought to be some sort of kami, represented by a small ghost or spirit.

An oracle is a person or agency considered to provide wise and insightful counsel, prophetic predictions, or precognition of the future inspired by the gods.

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