If obtained the moment it becomes available during the events of Chapter 1-3, the Princess’s signet will provide Aemo with a decent boost for her HP and magic stats. The signet’s Love Song abilities function as a group-wide stun on enemies, allowing the ability to have some early game usages. Her Spring of Heroism summon attack raises the entire party’s attack, magic, and speed for 3 turns, serving as a decent buffing method during Chapter 1-3.
However, due to the signet’s overall lower stats and lacking a passive ability, the Princess’s signet is easily replaceable and has no other usage aside from learning its abilities.
The summon is based on Princess Sarah from the original Final Fantasy. Her design is based on Sarah’s promotional artwork by Yoshitaka Amano. She has pink hair, blue eyes, a halter-neck type dress, and a jewel-adorned veil headpiece.
Her default artwork is directly based on the original Amano artwork, while her second artwork changes her dress’s color to a purple hue.
The Princess’s final artwork depicts her dress with a mixture of gold and purple hues. Her veil also changes to resemble a pair of multi-colored butterfly wings.
The Princess’s summon attack is Spring of Heroism, which raises the attack, magic, and speed for 3 turns. Summoning the Princess costs 2 bars from the Summon Gauge.
|Rank||AP Required||Max HP||Max MP||Max Attack||Max Magic||Max Speed||Components Needed|
|2★||100/100||168||11||12||19||9||White Gem I|
|3★||150/150||206||13||15||23||12||White Gem II|
Aemo learns the following abilities from Princess:
|Love Song I||Ability||All Enemies: Inflicts stun||MP 20|
|Love Song II||Ability||All Enemies: Inflicts stun||MP 20|
|Love Song III||Ability||All Enemies: Inflicts stun||MP 20|
In the original free-to-play versions, the Princess was originally named Princess Sarah (プリンセス セーラ, Purinsesu Sēra?). Princess Sarah was originally a god-tier light-elemental summon that was released during the game's final months as Final Fantasy Legends: Toki no Suishō. Sarah’s signet could only be obtained from the game's summon draw shop. Her signet taught the Shining Lute Z - Ω abilities and could be equipped by all party members.
In the premium version, the signet was renamed simply to Princess (プリンセス, Purinsesu?), possibly to distance the summon from the other cameo character summons from the free-to-play versions. The signet was considerably weakened and received the Love Song abilities instead.
The name Sarah, (שָׂרָה in Hebrew) the Hebrew name for "princess", or a woman of high rank.
- Princess is the only main series cameo character signet to appear in the premium version of Final Fantasy Dimensions II.