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Oha-Sok is an elemental who appears in original Final Fantasy XIV during the White Mage questline.


During the Fifth Astral Era the uncontrolled abuse of the aether brought on the wrath of the elementals. The rage of the elementals reached a crescendo in the form of Oha-Sok who decided to eliminate the warring factions with a catastrophic flood. Oha-Sok still had hope for humanity and decided to observe them during the Sixth Astral Era. Oha-Sok took up residence within the Nirvana staff.[1]

When the staff was left in Lifemend Stump to be repaired by the moogles, Oha-Sok had it stolen by Twelveswood creatures so that it would fall into the hands of a common man. At Raya-O-Senna's request, the adventurer retrieves the staff. Taking the staff to Raya-O, Oha-Sok knew that the Padjal can sense elementals and doubt panicked. She passed herself off as one of the raging elementals and attacked the adventurer only to have Raya-O use her white magic and believe she had pacified her.[2]

When Raya-O talks to the adventurer about the need for city-states to strengthen their military might for war, Oha-Sok intervenes in the conversation saying that this is a mistake. She says that conflict is not the way and that men will just repeat the same mistake again leaving a trail of death and misery. Oha-Sok also says to remember the Gelmorra pact and disappears.[3] Oha-Sok watches the adventurer soothing the fury of the elementals for Eorzea. Eventually Oha-Sok reveals her true identity and disappears.[1]

Oha-Sok's return to Twelveswood has caused the elementals to intensify their fury, and Raya-O asks the adventurer to calm the elementals. Oha-Sok appears on the scene to save the adventurer and calm the wrath of her kindred. Oha-Sok then offers to stay by the adventurer's side by transforming herself into the final artifact of the garb of succor, the Healer's Robe.[4]




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  1. 1.0 1.1 Final Fantasy XIV, White Mage quest "The Wheel of Disaster" in version 1.0.
  2. Final Fantasy XIV, White Mage quest "Seeds of Initiative" in version 1.0.
  3. Final Fantasy XIV, White Mage quest "When Sheep Attack" in version 1.0.
  4. Final Fantasy XIV, White Mage quest "The Chorus of Cataclysm" in version 1.0.