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Brave Ballad in Final Fantasy Dimensions.

Increases party's strength while being performed.

Final Fantasy V description

Sinewy Etude (力の歌? or ちからのうた, Chikara no Uta?), also known as Brave Ballad and Rallying Etude, is a recurring ability in the Final Fantasy series. It usually increases the party's physical attack strength, and is used via the Sing command.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy V[edit | edit source]

Sinewy Etude for the Bard's Sing skillset can be obtained when revisiting Crescent in the Merged World. The player needs to speak with the bard in the southeast house to learn the song. It raises the party's Strength.

Final Fantasy XI[edit | edit source]

Sinewy Etude is one of a series of Etude songs usable by the Bard. It raises the party's Strength. The stronger Herculean Etude has increased potency.

Final Fantasy Dimensions[edit | edit source]

Increases all allies' STR while singing for the duration of the song.

Description

Brave Ballad is the level 5 ability for the Bard class, requiring 90 AP to learn. At the cost of 22 MP, the user will increase all allies STR for the duration of the song.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

Sinewy Etude raises the party's Strength depending on the ability's level, giving +15 Strength at Level 1, +20 for Level 2, and +25 at Level 3. Sephiroth, Zidane and Lightning learn all three levels of Sinewy Etude, while Princess Sarah learns the ability's Level 2 and Level 3 forms.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call[edit | edit source]

Sinewy Etude (Lv1) is a proactive ability that costs 7 CP to equip. It is active for the entire length of the stage. It increases the Strength of all of the party members by 15. It is learned by Cloud (level 30), Rinoa (initially), Laguna (level 5), Jecht (level 15), Balthier (level 10), Lightning (level 15), and Tifa #2 (level 10).

Sinewy Etude (Lv2) is a proactive ability that costs 10 Cp to equip. It is active for the entire length of the stage. It increases the Strength of all of the party members by 20. It is learned by Princess Sarah (level 5), Cloud (level 65), Rinoa (level 35), Laguna (level 45), Jecht (level 50), Balthier (level 55), Vanille (level 80), Ramza (level 15), and Tifa #2 (level 50).

Sinewy Etude (Lv3) is a proactive ability that costs 15 Cp to equip. It is active for the entire length of the stage. It increases the Strength of all of the party members by 30. It is learned by Princess Sarah (level 55), Rinoa (level 75), Laguna (level 90), Jecht (level 85), Tifa #2 (level 90), and Chaos (level 25).

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy All-Star Carnival[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade[edit | edit source]

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Etymology[edit | edit source]

An étude (/ ˈeɪtjuːd/; French pronunciation: ​[eˈtyd], a French word meaning study) is an instrumental musical composition, usually short, of considerable difficulty, and designed to provide practice material for perfecting a particular musical skill. The tradition of writing études emerged in the early 19th century with the rapidly growing popularity of the piano.

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