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[[File:FFV iOS Quick.png|right|thumb|250px|Quick in ''[[Final Fantasy V]]'' (iOS).]]
 
[[File:FFV iOS Quick.png|right|thumb|250px|Quick in ''[[Final Fantasy V]]'' (iOS).]]
{{Q|Time magick that hastens the localized passage of time, causing the target's turn to come more quickly.|Description, ''[[Final Fantasy Tactics]]''.}}
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{{Quote|Time magick that hastens the localized passage of time, causing the target's turn to come more quickly.|''[[Final Fantasy Tactics]]'' description}}
'''Quick''' {{j|クイック|Kuikku}}, also known as '''Quicken''', is a recurring [[Time Magic]] spell in the ''[[Final Fantasy (Series)|Final Fantasy]]'' series. It speeds up time around the target, allowing them to have an extra turn or two.
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'''Quick''' {{j|クイック|Kuikku}}, also known as '''Quicken''', is a recurring [[Time Magic]] spell in the [[Final Fantasy series|''Final Fantasy'' series]]. It speeds up time around the target, allowing them to have an extra turn or two.
   
{{See Also|Haste (Ability)|Hastega|Lv.5 Haste}}
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{{See|Haste (ability)|Hastega|Lv.5 Haste}}
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
 
===''[[Final Fantasy V]]''===
 
===''[[Final Fantasy V]]''===
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{{Quote|Stops the passing of time for all but the caster.|Description}}
 
Quick is used by the [[Time Mage (Final Fantasy V)|Time Mage]]. It allows the caster to take two additional turns, and can negate an enemy's action if it is cast at the right time. It can be bought in the [[Phantom Village]] for 10,000 gil. It is a level 6 spell and takes 77 MP to cast.
 
Quick is used by the [[Time Mage (Final Fantasy V)|Time Mage]]. It allows the caster to take two additional turns, and can negate an enemy's action if it is cast at the right time. It can be bought in the [[Phantom Village]] for 10,000 gil. It is a level 6 spell and takes 77 MP to cast.
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Casting Quick will not prevent [[Sap (status)|Sap]] from dealing damage; this can be used to kill any enemy, albeit very, very slowly.
   
 
===''[[Final Fantasy VI]]''===
 
===''[[Final Fantasy VI]]''===
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{{Quote|Allows the target two actions each turn by stopping time for everyone else.|Description}}
Quick is an Effect spell that can be learned from [[Raiden]] and [[Gilgamesh (Character)#Final Fantasy VI|Gilgamesh]], the latter of whom only appears in the [[Finest Fantasy for Advance|''Advance'' remake]]. The spell can only be used on the caster, gives them two turns right away, and stops all other [[party]] members and enemies from acting until they have taken their extra turns. By combining the spell with the [[Soul of Thamasa]] relic, the equipped character can effectively cast five spells a turn, and by combining the spell with [[Relic (Final Fantasy VI)#Genji Gloves|Genji Gloves]] and the [[Relic (Final Fantasy VI)#Master's Scroll|Master's Scroll]], it is possible to attack sixteen times in a turn, at the cost of 99 MP.
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Quick is an effect spell learned from [[Raiden (Final Fantasy VI)|Raiden]] and [[Gilgamesh (Final Fantasy VI)|Gilgamesh]], the latter only appearing in the [[Finest Fantasy for Advance|''Advance'']] and later versions. The spell can only be used on the caster, giving them two turns right away, and stops other [[party]] members and enemies from acting until they have taken their extra turns. By combining the spell with the [[Relic (Final Fantasy VI)#Soul of Thamasa|Soul of Thamasa]] relic, the equipped character can effectively cast five spells a turn (first cast a spell, then use Quick), and by combining the spell with [[Relic (Final Fantasy VI)#Genji Gloves|Genji Gloves]] and the [[Relic (Final Fantasy VI)#Master's Scroll|Master's Scroll]], it is possible to attack sixteen times in a turn, at the cost of 99 MP.
   
Quick's spell effect could be used indefinitely as long as the character had enough MP to cast the spell before their turn ran out, but this was change for the GBA version, if the player attempts to cast Quick again during one of their two extra turns it will automatically miss to prevent them from continuing their turn indefinitely.
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[[Cyan Garamonde/Gameplay|Cyan]] can use Quick to charge his [[Bushido (Final Fantasy VI)|Bushido]] attacks without enemies attacking. Enemies with more than 65,535 HP can still [[Counter (ability)|counterattack]] between turns during Quick if their [[HP (stat)|HP]] drops beyond a certain mark.
 
[[Cyan Garamonde]] can use Quick to charge his [[Bushido]] attacks without enemies attacking. Enemies with more than 65,535 HP can still [[Counter (Ability)|Counterattack]] between turns during Quick if their [[HP (Stat)|HP]] drops beyond a certain mark.
 
 
===''[[Final Fantasy X]]''===
 
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Although not a spell, the skill [[Quick Hit]], located in [[Tidus]]'s section of the [[Sphere Grid]], allows a character to attack with a short recovery period. It costs 36 MP to perform in the [[Final Fantasy X#Final Fantasy X: International|International]]/PAL version, and 12 MP in the original version. The International, PAL, and HD Remaster versions also includes Quick Pockets in [[Yuna]]'s section of the Normal [[Sphere Grid]] and [[Rikku]]'s section of the Expert [[Sphere Grid]], allowing a character to [[Item#Final Fantasy X|use items]] with a short recovery time.
 
 
====''[[Final Fantasy X-2]]''====
 
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Again, not a spell, but an ability learned in the [[Psychic]] [[dressphere]] called Time Trip, which can be learned for 100 AP and after learning Teleportation. It costs 20 MP to use, and stops all time except for the user for 10 seconds, which allows the user to input any command she wants. The user, however, cannot change dresspheres during the ability.
 
 
The Psychic dressphere is only available in the [[Final Fantasy X-2#Final Fantasy X-2: International + Last Mission|International]] and HD Remaster versions.
 
   
 
===''[[Final Fantasy Tactics]]''===
 
===''[[Final Fantasy Tactics]]''===
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{{Quote|Restore lost time in the spiral line... Quick!|Upon casting ([[PlayStation]])}}
{{Q|Restore lost time in the spiral line... Quick!|Upon casting in [[PlayStation]] version.}}
 
 
Quick is learned by [[Time Mage (Tactics)|Time Mages]], and can be cast on any character. It sets the target's [[Charge Time|CT]] to 100, letting them take their turn immediately after the spell is cast. It costs 24 MP. It has a speed of 25 and costs 800 JP to learn.
 
Quick is learned by [[Time Mage (Tactics)|Time Mages]], and can be cast on any character. It sets the target's [[Charge Time|CT]] to 100, letting them take their turn immediately after the spell is cast. It costs 24 MP. It has a speed of 25 and costs 800 JP to learn.
   
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===''[[Final Fantasy Tactics Advance]]''===
 
===''[[Final Fantasy Tactics Advance]]''===
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{{Quote|Slides time, allowing target to take turn early.|Description}}
Quicken is learned by [[Time Mage (Tactics Advance)|Time Mages]], and can be cast on any character. It sets the target's CT to 100, letting them take their turn immediately after Quicken is cast. It costs 24 MP to cast, has a range of 3, and is stealable through the ability Steal: Ability.
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Quicken is learned by [[Time Mage (Tactics Advance)|Time Mages]], and can be cast on any character. It sets the target's CT to 1000, letting them take their turn immediately after Quicken is cast. It costs 24 MP, has a range of 3, and is stealable through the ability Steal: Ability.
 
A similar move, Smile, is learned by the [[Juggler (Tactics Advance)|Juggler]] through the Orichalcum and has the same effect as Quicken.
 
   
 
====''[[Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift]]''====
 
====''[[Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift]]''====
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Quicken is learned by [[Time Mage (Tactics A2)|Time Mage]] and can be cast upon any character. The [[Juggler (Tactics A2)|Juggler]] ability Smile Toss and has the same effect as Quicken.
Quicken is learned by [[Time Mage (Tactics A2)|Time Mage]] and can be cast upon any character. The [[Juggler (Tactics A2)|Juggler]] ability Smile also returns with the same effect, though now called Smile Toss.
 
   
Quicken is learned from the Thor Rod for 400 AP and costs 12 MP to cast while Smile Toss is learned from the Orichalcum Dirk for 450 AP and requires no MP at all.
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Quicken is learned from the [[Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift weapons/Bludgeoning weapons#Thor Rod|Thor Rod]] for 400 AP and costs 12 MP to cast, while Smile Toss is learned from the [[Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift weapons/Edged weapons#Orichalcum Dirk|Orichalcum Dirk]] for 450 AP and requires no MP.
   
 
Quicken, when cast on a stopped unit, will have a 0% chance of working.
 
Quicken, when cast on a stopped unit, will have a 0% chance of working.
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Quicken grants another turn, with the unit's CT staying the same. Thus, a unit who is under the effect of Quicken acts instantly, but their next turn will be delayed.
   
 
===''[[Bravely Default]]''===
 
===''[[Bravely Default]]''===
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Quick is a level 5 [[Time Magic (Bravely Default)|Time Magic]] spell. It raises one target's number of attacks by 50% for four turns. The upper limit for hit count is 200%. It costs 20 MP to use. It can be bought [[Eternia]] for 3200 pg.
Quick is a level 5 Time Magic spell. It raises the number of attacks for one target by 50% for four turns. It costs 20 MP.
 
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===''[[Final Fantasy Dimensions]]''===
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====''[[Bravely Second: End Layer]]''====
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Quick is a level 2 [[Time Magic (Bravely Second)|Time Magic]] for the [[Time Mage (Bravely Second)|Time Mage]]. It raises one target's hit count by 50% for four turns. The upper limit for hit count is 200%. It costs 20 MP to use. It can be bought in [[Grandship]] and [[Chompshire]] for 800 pg.
Quick Shot is an ability learned by the [[Ranger (Dimensions)|Ranger]]. It allows the user to attack with a shortened wait time afterwards. It costs 9 MP to use.
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===''[[Final Fantasy Dimensions II]]''===
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{{Ability section|Final Fantasy Dimensions II}}
   
 
===''[[Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade]]''===
 
===''[[Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade]]''===
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{{Ability section|Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade}}
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===''[[Final Fantasy Explorers]]''===
 
===''[[Final Fantasy Explorers]]''===
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{{Quote|Reduce ability cooldown for allies within range of you.|Description}}
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{{Magic section|Final Fantasy Explorers}}
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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<gallery>
|File:Quick-FFVA.png|''[[Final Fantasy V]]'' (GBA).
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Quick-FFVA.png|''[[Final Fantasy V]]'' (GBA).
|File:QuickFF6.png|''[[Final Fantasy VI]]'' (GBA).
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QuickFF6.png|''[[Final Fantasy VI]]'' (GBA).
|File:FFVI Android Quick.png|''[[Final Fantasy VI]]'' (iOS/Android).
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FFVI Android Quick.png|''[[Final Fantasy VI]]'' (iOS/Android).
|File:FFX Quick Hit.png|Quick Hit in ''[[Final Fantasy X]]''.
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FFT Quick.png|''[[Final Fantasy Tactics]]''.
|File:Time Trip.png|Time Trip in ''[[Final Fantasy X-2]]''.
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FFTA Quicken.png|''[[Final Fantasy Tactics Advance]]''.
|File:FFT Quick.png|''[[Final Fantasy Tactics]]''.
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FFTA2 Quicken.png|''[[Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift]]''.
|File:FFTA Quicken.png|''[[Final Fantasy Tactics Advance]]''.
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Bravely Default - Quick.jpg|''[[Bravely Default]]''.
|File:FFTA2 Quicken.png|''[[Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift]]''.
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</gallery>
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FFV iOS Quick

Quick in Final Fantasy V (iOS).

Time magick that hastens the localized passage of time, causing the target's turn to come more quickly.

Final Fantasy Tactics description

Quick (クイック, Kuikku?), also known as Quicken, is a recurring Time Magic spell in the Final Fantasy series. It speeds up time around the target, allowing them to have an extra turn or two.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy VEdit

Stops the passing of time for all but the caster.

Description

Quick is used by the Time Mage. It allows the caster to take two additional turns, and can negate an enemy's action if it is cast at the right time. It can be bought in the Phantom Village for 10,000 gil. It is a level 6 spell and takes 77 MP to cast.

Casting Quick will not prevent Sap from dealing damage; this can be used to kill any enemy, albeit very, very slowly.

Final Fantasy VIEdit

Allows the target two actions each turn by stopping time for everyone else.

Description

Quick is an effect spell learned from Raiden and Gilgamesh, the latter only appearing in the Advance and later versions. The spell can only be used on the caster, giving them two turns right away, and stops other party members and enemies from acting until they have taken their extra turns. By combining the spell with the Soul of Thamasa relic, the equipped character can effectively cast five spells a turn (first cast a spell, then use Quick), and by combining the spell with Genji Gloves and the Master's Scroll, it is possible to attack sixteen times in a turn, at the cost of 99 MP.

Cyan can use Quick to charge his Bushido attacks without enemies attacking. Enemies with more than 65,535 HP can still counterattack between turns during Quick if their HP drops beyond a certain mark.

Final Fantasy TacticsEdit

Restore lost time in the spiral line... Quick!

Upon casting (PlayStation)

Quick is learned by Time Mages, and can be cast on any character. It sets the target's CT to 100, letting them take their turn immediately after the spell is cast. It costs 24 MP. It has a speed of 25 and costs 800 JP to learn.

This effect can also be given to an ally through the Bard's ability Finale and the Critical: Quick reaction ability.

Final Fantasy Tactics AdvanceEdit

Slides time, allowing target to take turn early.

Description

Quicken is learned by Time Mages, and can be cast on any character. It sets the target's CT to 1000, letting them take their turn immediately after Quicken is cast. It costs 24 MP, has a range of 3, and is stealable through the ability Steal: Ability.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the RiftEdit

Quicken is learned by Time Mage and can be cast upon any character. The Juggler ability Smile Toss and has the same effect as Quicken.

Quicken is learned from the Thor Rod for 400 AP and costs 12 MP to cast, while Smile Toss is learned from the Orichalcum Dirk for 450 AP and requires no MP.

Quicken, when cast on a stopped unit, will have a 0% chance of working.

Quicken grants another turn, with the unit's CT staying the same. Thus, a unit who is under the effect of Quicken acts instantly, but their next turn will be delayed.

Bravely DefaultEdit

Quick is a level 5 Time Magic spell. It raises one target's number of attacks by 50% for four turns. The upper limit for hit count is 200%. It costs 20 MP to use. It can be bought Eternia for 3200 pg.

Bravely Second: End LayerEdit

Quick is a level 2 Time Magic for the Time Mage. It raises one target's hit count by 50% for four turns. The upper limit for hit count is 200%. It costs 20 MP to use. It can be bought in Grandship and Chompshire for 800 pg.

Final Fantasy Dimensions IIEdit

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Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

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Final Fantasy ExplorersEdit

Reduce ability cooldown for allies within range of you.

Description
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GalleryEdit

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