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Seismische is a non-playable character that appears during the "Eureka" arc of Final Fantasy Dimensions II. She is the Prismatic God of Earth in the land of Eureka, serving as a minor antagonist during the events of the arc.
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Appearance[edit | edit source]
Personality[edit | edit source]
Story[edit | edit source]
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
Boss[edit | edit source]
Seismische is fought twice during the events of the "Eureka" arc of the game. Her first encounter takes place during the events of Chapter 4 in the Middle Ages with the entire party. The second encounter with her takes place during Chapter 7 in Eureka with a forced party of Wrieg and Titan.
Signet[edit | edit source]
Seismische appears as an earth-elemental signet for Wrieg, being one of his strongest earth-elemental signets. Her signet teaches Wrieg his strongest earth-elemental ability, Orpiment Perpetuity.
Development[edit | edit source]
Free-to-play[edit | edit source]
In the original free-to-play versions, Seismische only appeared as a raid boss. Like a majority of the other Prismatic Gods, Seismische was initially introduced to the game as a raid exclusive boss during the game's time as Final Fantasy Legends: Toki no Suishō. In this content, she served as the main boss of the "Perpetual Seismische" raid event and was a DPS race-type boss for players to complete before the turn counter was up.
Seismische would not receive a proper introduction in the game's story until the release of the "Eureka" arc in the relaunch of Final Fantasy Legends II. Her role in the story was the same as the premium version, however her boss encounters did not occur during the "Eureka" arc due to the storyline being solely dialogue based in the free-to-play versions.
Premium[edit | edit source]
In the premium version of the game, Seismische's appearance in the "Eureka" arc would be expanded to include multiple boss encounters with her. In addition, a new boss fight against her was added into Babil Tower. Lastly, an earth-elemental signet of Seismische was added in the premium version of the game for Wrieg.
Etymology[edit | edit source]
Seismische is German for "seismic".