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Seraph is summoned into battle.

An archangel descends from on high and restores the party's HP.

Final Fantasy VI PlayStation esper section

Seraph (セラフィム, Serafimu?, lit. Seraphim), also called Sraphim, is a recurring summon in the Final Fantasy series, originating from Final Fantasy VI.

Appearances[]

Final Fantasy VI[]

iOS version.

Seraph is an esper that can be purchased from a man in the back of Tzen. It costs 3,000 gil in the World of Balance, and 10 gil in the World of Ruin. Its ability, Angel Feathers (previously translated as "Reviver"), restores HP to the entire party. Its Spell Power is 18, and it costs 40 MP to summon. It teaches Raise (x5), Cura (x8), Cure (x20), Regen (x10) and Esuna (x4)

Final Fantasy XIV[]

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Final Fantasy Dimensions II[]

Artwork of Seraph's first signet

Seraph is a light-elemental Eidolon for Aemo. The first version of the summon teaches her Raise abilities, while the second version teaches her Angel Heal abilities.

Pictlogica Final Fantasy[]

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Final Fantasy Record Keeper[]

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Etymology[]

A seraph, the singular of seraphim, is one of a class of celestial beings mentioned once in the Hebrew Bible (Tanakh or Old Testament), in the Book of Isaiah. Later Jewish imagery perceived them as having human form, and in that way they passed into the ranks of Christian angels, where they represent the highest rank of angels. They are traditionally depicted with three pairs of wings, from a description given in Isaiah: "With two, they covered their faces; with two, they covered their feet; and with two, they flew."

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