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An assassin able to bend the laws of nature by speaking the words of forbidden Sky Mantra.

Skyseer, also known as Heaven Knight, is a special job in Final Fantasy Tactics exclusive to Rapha. The Skyseer is magically-based, as opposed to the Netherseer. It uses faith in Gods to damage a large range of enemies in a random strike. It costs 2,850 JP to master.

StatsEdit

Prerequisite Weapons Helmet Armor Equip Shields?
None Staves, Poles Hats Clothes, Robes No
Move Rate Jump Rate Speed Physical Evasion Rate Base Attack Base Magic Base HP Base MP
3 3 10 10% Low High Low High

AbilitiesEdit

Sky MantraEdit

Skyseer job command. Attacks with a power that does not rely upon faith.

Sky Mantra attacks do not take Rapha's Faith or enemy Faith into consideration, unlike most magick attacks.

Name Range Effect Speed JP Needed
Heaven's Wrath
(Heaven Thunder)
4 2 34 0
A mantra that attacks with words of enlightenment. Randomly strikes with lightning within the area of effect.
Element: Lightning.
Damage: (10 + Magic Attack) x ( 0.5 x Magic Attack )
Quote: "Deadly rumbles, strike from the sky! Heaven Heaven Thunder!"
Ashura
(Asura)
4 2 25 200
A mantra that attacks with words of enlightenment. Randomly strikes with fire within the area of effect.
Element: Fire.
Damage: (11 + Magic Attack) x ( 0.5 x Magic Attack )
Quote: "Flames, gather and destroy! Asura!"
Adamantine Blade
(Diamond Sword)
4 2 20 300
A mantra that attacks with words of enlightenment. Randomly strikes with wind within the area of effect.
Element: Wind.
Damage: (12 + Magic Attack) x ( 0.5 x Magic Attack )
Quote: "Clear with a mighty breeze! Diamond Sword!"
Maelstrom
(Hydragon Pit)
4 2 17 400
A mantra that attacks with words of enlightenment. Randomly strikes with water within the area of effect.
Element: Water.
Damage: (14 + Magic Attack) x ( 0.5 x Magic Attack )
Quote: "Cut open the water filled skies and pour! Hydragon Pit!"
Celestial Void
(Space Storage)
4 2 20 500
A mantra that inflicts status effects with words of enlightenment. Randomly strikes with statuses within the area of effect.
Effect: Blind, Confuse, Silence, Toad, Poison, Slow, Sleep.
Damage: (8 + Magic Attack) x ( 0.5 x Magic Attack )
Quote: "All is illusion after this evening-bell! Space Storage!"
Divinity
(Sky Demon)
4 2 15 600
A mantra that attacks with words of enlightenment. Randomly strikes with earth within the area of effect.
Element: Earth.
Damage: (22 + Magic Attack) x ( 0.5 x Magic Attack )
Quote: "Underground souls, rumble! Quake! Sky Demon!"

Reaction AbilitiesEdit

Name Description Trigger JP Needed
Counter Tackle Counterattack with a tackle. Physical Attack 180

Support AbilitiesEdit

Name Description JP Needed
Equip Axes Equip axes, regardless of job. 170
Beastmaster
(Monster Skill)
Adds an ability to all monsters in neighboring tiles with an elevation difference of 3h or less. 200
Defend Defend oneself against an attack. Adds the Defend command. 50
JP Boost
(Gained JP Up)
Increase the amount of JP earned in battle. 250

Movement AbilitiesEdit

Name Description JP Needed
Move +1 Increase Move by 1. 200

Other appearancesEdit

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EtymologyEdit

Heaven is a common religious, cosmological, or transcendent place where heavenly beings such as gods, angels, jinn, saints, or venerated ancestors are said to originate, be enthroned, or to live. According to the beliefs of some religions, heavenly beings can descend to earth or incarnate, and earthly beings can ascend to Heaven in the afterlife, or in exceptional cases enter Heaven alive.

The Japanese names of the skills are Buddhist or Hindu in origin.

  • 天鼓雷音: Dundubhi, Devadundubhi, or Dundubhi-ishvara
  • 阿修羅: Asura
  • 金剛七剣: Vajra (diamond, adamantine, lightning) Seven Swords
  • 水磨龍穴: Unknown reference. Its spell quote makes a reference to "demon(ic) rakshasa" (悪鬼羅刹).
  • 大虚空蔵: Great Ākāśagarbha
  • 天魔鬼神 (tenma kishin): Uncertain. "Tenma" (天魔) is the Japanese term for Mara. "Kishin" (鬼神) is a Chinese term for ghosts or spirits, and a Japanese term for demons, but may also be Japanese for the Buddhist concept of fierce deities (source has no citation), or superpowered beings [1]. Possibly "Mara Krodha".
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