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In ''[[Final Fantasy Mystic Quest]]'', magic works differently than with other ''Final Fantasy'' games. Magic is not bought or learned as [[Benjamin]] levels up, but is learned by finding spellbooks around the world. There are only twelve spells divided into three schools of magic. All spells only cost 1 [[MP (Stat)|MP]] to cast, but MP is typically much lower. At the maximum level, Benjamin can have 42 White MP, 21 Black MP, and 10 Wizard MP. While Benjamin can learn all spells, allies have their spells set and cannot learn more through gameplay, although their repertoire may have increased in the space of their absence between their first and second appearances in the party.
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'''Spell''' {{J|まほう|Mahō|Magic}} is a command in ''[[Final Fantasy Mystic Quest]]'' that allows the user to utilize magic spells found in the schools of magic. The magic system doesn't use [[MP (stat)|MP]], but instead uses [[Final Fantasy Mystic Quest stats#Magic Left|Magic Left]] and all spells cost 1 to cast.
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Magic works differently than with other ''Final Fantasy'' games. Magic is not bought or learned as [[Benjamin]] levels up, but is learned by finding spellbooks around the world. There are only twelve spells divided into three schools of magic. At the maximum level 41, Benjamin can have 43 White, 21 Black, and 10 Wizard. While Benjamin can learn all spells, allies have their spells set and cannot learn more through gameplay, although their repertoire have increased in the space of their absence between their first and second appearances in the party.
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{{See|Magic (command)}}
   
 
==List of Spells==
 
==List of Spells==
 
===White Magic===
 
===White Magic===
White magic can be use defensively (for ally) or offensively (for enemy).
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[[White Magic]] can be use defensively (for ally) or offensively (for enemy).
{|class="full-width table"
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|-class="FFMQa"
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The formula for recover is:
!width="10%"|Spell
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:<math>((Max HP * (SpellPower + (Magic * 1.5))/100)/split</math>
!width="5%"|Image
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!width="10%"|Found
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{| class="full-width article-table FFMQ" style="text-align:center"
!width="75%"|Effect
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|- class="a"
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! style="width:5%" |Spell
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! style="width:5%" |Image
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! style="width:5%" |Artwork
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! style="width:5%" |Spell Power
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! style="width:10%" |Found
 
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!rowspan="2" class="FFMQb"|[[Teleport|Exit]]
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! rowspan="2" class="b" |{{LA|Teleport|Exit}}
|rowspan="2" align="center"|[[File:MQExitIcon.PNG]]
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|[[File:MQExitIcon.PNG]]
|rowspan="2" align="center"|[[Battlefield (Mystic Quest)|Battlefield]] north of [[Libra Temple]].
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|[[File:FFMQ Exit Book Artwork.jpg|50px]]
|Warps the party to the overworld map.
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|[[Battlefield (Mystic Quest)|Battlefield]] north of [[Libra Temple]]
 
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|When used in battle, it removes one enemy from battle. [[Benjamin]] gains no experience and gold from the removed enemy. Has no effect on bosses.
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| colspan="5" style="text-align:left" |'''Field:''' Warps the party to the overworld map.<br />'''Battle:''' Removes one enemy from battle. [[Benjamin]] gains no experience and gold from the removed enemy. Has no effect on bosses.
 
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!rowspan="2" class="FFMQb"|[[Cure (Ability)|Cure]]
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! rowspan="2" class="b" |{{LA|Cure (ability)|Cure}}
|rowspan="2" align="center"|[[File:MQCureIcon.PNG]]
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|[[File:MQCureIcon.PNG]]
|rowspan="2" align="center"|[[Foresta]].
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|[[File:FFMQ Cure Book Artwork.jpg|50px]]
|Restores HP to target.
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|50
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|[[Foresta]]
 
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|[[Restorative|Zombie]]-elemental attack to [[undead]] enemies.
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| colspan="5" style="text-align:left" |'''Field:''' Restores HP to target.<br />'''Battle:''' [[Restorative|Zombie]]-elemental attack to [[undead]] enemies. Can be [[Reflect (status)|repelled]], but will have no effect on the party.
 
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!rowspan="2" class="FFMQb"|[[Esuna|Heal]]
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! rowspan="2" class="b" |{{LA|Esuna (ability)|Heal}}
|rowspan="2" align="center"|[[File:MQHealIcon.PNG]]
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|[[File:MQHealIcon.PNG]]
|rowspan="2" align="center"|[[Falls Basin]].
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|[[File:FFMQ Heal Book Artwork.jpg|50px]]
|Removes status ailments from target.
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|[[Falls Basin]]
 
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|Can either inflict [[Poison (Status)|Poison]], [[Confuse (Status)|Confuse]], [[Sleep (Status)|Sleep]], [[Paralysis|Paralyze]], or [[Petrify (Status)|Petrify]] on a single enemy.
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| colspan="5" style="text-align:left" |'''Field:''' Removes status ailments from target.<br />'''Battle:''' Can either inflict [[Poison (status)|Poison]], [[Confuse (status)|Confusion]], [[Sleep (status)|Sleep]], [[Paralysis|Paralyze]], or [[Petrify (status)|Petrify]] on a single enemy.
 
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!rowspan="2" class="FFMQb"|[[Raise|Life]]
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! rowspan="2" class="b" |{{LA|Raise (Life 1)|Life}}
|rowspan="2" align="center"|[[File:MQLifeIcon.PNG]]
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|[[File:MQLifeIcon.PNG]]
|rowspan="2" align="center"|[[Lava Dome]].
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|[[File:FFMQ Life Book Artwork.jpg|50px]]
|Fully restores a [[Knocked Out|Fatal]] party member's HP. When used on living party member, fully restores HP and status. Does not heal status when used outside of battle.
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|[[Lava Dome]]
 
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|Inflicts [[Instant Death|Fatal]] on a single enemy due to an [[Magic Bugs|error]]. In PAL version, the bug is fixed, inflicting Fatal to [[undead]] enemies only.
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| colspan="5" style="text-align:left" |'''Field:''' Fully restores a [[Knocked Out|Fatal]] party member's HP. When used on living party member, fully restores HP and status. Does not heal status when used outside of battle.<br />'''Battle:''' Inflicts [[Instant Death|Fatal]] on a single enemy due to an [[Magic bugs|error]]. In the Japanese and European version, the bug is fixed, inflicting Fatal to [[undead]] enemies only.
 
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===Black Magic===
 
===Black Magic===
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The damage formula for [[Black Magic]] spells are:
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:<math>((Spell Power*4)+(Magic*3)-Defense)*weakness/split</math>
!width="10%"|Spell
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!width="5%"|Image
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{| class="full-width article-table FFMQ" style="text-align:center"
!width="10%"|Found
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|- class="a"
!width="75%"|Effect
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! style="width:5%" |Spell
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! style="width:5%" |Image
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! style="width:5%" |Artwork
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! style="width:5%" |Spell Power
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! style="width:10%" |Found
 
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!class="FFMQb"|[[Quake (Ability)|Quake]]
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! rowspan="2" class="b" |{{LA|Quake (ability)|Quake}}
|align="center"|[[File:MQQuakeIcon.PNG]]
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|[[File:MQQuakeIcon.PNG]]
|align="center"|[[Bone Dungeon]].
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|[[File:FFMQ Quake Book Artwork.jpg|50px]]
|[[Earth (Element)|Earth]]-elemental attack, target all enemies only.
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|25*3
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|[[Bone Dungeon]]
!class="FFMQb"|[[Blizzard (Ability)|Blizzard]]
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|align="center"|[[File:MQBlizzardIcon.PNG]]
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| colspan="5" style="text-align:left" |[[Earth (element)|Earth]]-elemental attack, target all enemies only. Can be [[Reflect (status)|repelled]].
|align="center"|[[Focus Tower]].
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|[[Water (Element)|Water]]-elemental attack, can target one or all enemies.
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! rowspan="2" class="b" |{{LA|Blizzard (ability)|Blizzard}}
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|[[File:MQBlizzardIcon.PNG]]
!class="FFMQb"|[[Fire (Ability)|Fire]]
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|[[File:FFMQ Blizzard Book Artwork.jpg|50px]]
|align="center"|[[File:MQFireIcon.PNG]]
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|135
|align="center"|[[Focus Tower]].
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|[[Focus Tower]]
|[[Fire (Element)|Fire]]-elemental attack, can target one or all enemies, weakest spell in the game.
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| colspan="5" style="text-align:left" |[[Water (element)|Water]]-elemental attack, can target one or all enemies. Can be [[Reflect (status)|repelled]].
!class="FFMQb"|[[Aero]]
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|align="center"|[[File:MQAeroIcon.PNG]]
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! rowspan="2" class="b" |{{LA|Fire (ability)|Fire}}
|align="center"|[[Focus Tower]].
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|[[File:MQFireIcon.PNG]]
|[[Wind (Element)|Wind]]-elemental attack, can target one or all enemies.
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|[[File:FFMQ Fire Book Artwork.jpg|50px]]
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|85
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|[[Focus Tower]]
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| colspan="5" style="text-align:left" |[[Fire (element)|Fire]]-elemental attack, can target one or all enemies. Can be [[Reflect (status)|repelled]].
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! rowspan="2" class="b" |{{LA|Aero}}
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|[[File:MQAeroIcon.PNG]]
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|[[File:FFMQ Aero Book Artwork.jpg|50px]]
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|235
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|[[Focus Tower]]
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| colspan="5" style="text-align:left" |[[Wind (element)|Wind]]-elemental attack, can target one or all enemies. Can be [[Reflect (status)|repelled]].
 
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===Wizard Magic===
 
===Wizard Magic===
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The damage formula for Wizard Magic spells are:
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:<math>((Spell Power*6)+(Magic*9)-(Defense*2))*weakness/split</math>
!width="10%"|Spell
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!width="5%"|Image
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{| class="full-width article-table FFMQ" style="text-align:center"
!width="10%"|Found
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|- class="a"
!width="75%"|Effect
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! style="width:5%" |Spell
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! style="width:5%" |Image
!class="FFMQb"|[[Thunder (Ability)|Thunder]]
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! style="width:5%" |Artwork
|align="center"|[[File:MQFlareIcon.PNG]]
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! style="width:5%" |Spell Power
|align="center"|[[Battlefield (Mystic Quest)|Battlefield]] far west of [[Fireburg]].
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! style="width:10%" |Found
|Powerful [[Lightning (Element)|Thunder]]-elemental attack, only wizard spell that can target one or all enemies.
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! rowspan="2" class="b" |{{LA|Thunder (ability)|Thunder}}
!class="FFMQb"|[[Holy (Ability)|White]]
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|[[File:MQFlareIcon.PNG]]
|align="center"|[[File:MQWhiteIcon.PNG]]
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|[[File:FFMQ Thunder Medallion Artwork.jpg|50px]]
|align="center"|[[Volcano (Final Fantasy Mystic Quest)|Volcano]].
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|180
|Powerful [[Non-elemental]] attack.
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|[[Battlefield (Mystic Quest)|Battlefield]] far west of [[Fireburg]]
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!class="FFMQb"|[[Meteor (Ability)|Meteor]]
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| colspan="5" style="text-align:left" |Powerful [[Lightning (element)|Thunder]]-elemental attack, only wizard spell that can target one or all enemies. Can be [[Reflect (status)|repelled]].
|align="center"|[[File:MQMeteorIcon.PNG]]
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|align="center"|[[Giant Tree]].
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! rowspan="2" class="b" |{{LA|Holy (ability)|White}}
|Powerful [[Earth (Element)|Earth]]-elemental attack that hits all enemies, second strongest spell in the game.
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|[[File:MQWhiteIcon.PNG]]
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|[[File:FFMQ White Medallion Artwork.jpg|50px]]
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|140*3
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|[[Volcano (Final Fantasy Mystic Quest)|Volcano]]
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| colspan="5" style="text-align:left" |Powerful [[Non-elemental]] attack. Can be [[Reflect (status)|repelled]].
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! rowspan="2" class="b" |{{LA|Meteor (ability)|Meteor}}
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|[[File:MQMeteorIcon.PNG]]
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|[[File:FFMQ Meteor Medallion Artwork.jpg|50px]]
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|170*3
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|[[Giant Tree]]
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| colspan="5" style="text-align:left" |Powerful [[Earth (element)|Earth]]-elemental attack that hits all enemies. Can be [[Reflect (status)|repelled]].
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! rowspan="2" class="b" |{{LA|Flare (ability)|Flare}}
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|[[File:MQThunderIcon.PNG]]
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|[[File:FFMQ Flare Medallion Artwork.jpg|50px]]
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|200*3
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|[[Pazuzu's Tower]]
 
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!class="FFMQb"|[[Flare (Ability)|Flare]]
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| colspan="5" style="text-align:left" |Powerful [[Fire (element)|Fire]]-elemental attack. Can be [[Reflect (status)|repelled]].
|align="center"|[[File:MQThunderIcon.PNG]]
 
|align="center"|[[Pazuzu's Tower]].
 
|Powerful [[Fire (Element)|Fire]]-elemental attack, it's the strongest spell in the game.
 
 
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
{{Gallery
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<gallery>
|File:FFMQ Exit.png|Exit.
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FFMQ Exit.png|Exit.
|File:MQ Cure.PNG|Cure.
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FFMQ Exit Field.png|Exit used on the field.
|File:FFMQ Cure Attack.png|Attacking with Cure.
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FFMQ Cure.png|Cure.
|File:MysticQuestHeal.PNG|Heal.
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FFMQ Cure Attack.png|Attacking with Cure.
|File:FFMQ Heal Attack.png|Attacking with Heal.
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FFMQ Heal.png|Heal.
|File:MQ Life.PNG|Life.
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FFMQ Heal Attack.png|Attacking with Heal.
|File:FFMQ Life Attack.png|Attacking with Life.
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FFMQ Life.png|Life.
|File:FFMQ Quake.png|Quake.
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FFMQ Life Attack.png|Attacking with Life.
|File:FFMQ Fire.png|Fire.
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FFMQ Quake.png|Quake.
|File:MysticQuestBlizzard.PNG|Blizzard.
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FFMQ Fire.png|Fire.
|File:MysticQuestAero.PNG|Aero.
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FFMQ Blizzard.png|Blizzard.
|File:MQ Thunder.PNG|Thunder.
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FFMQ Aero.png|Aero.
|File:MQ White.PNG|White.
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FFMQ Thunder.png|Thunder.
|File:MysticQuestMeteor.PNG|Meteor.
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FFMQ White.png|White.
|File:MysticQuestFlare.PNG|Flare.
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FFMQ Meteor.png|Meteor.
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FFMQ Flare.png|Flare.
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</gallery>
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==Etymology==
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{{Etym|Spell}}
   
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Spell (まほう, Mahō?, lit. Magic) is a command in Final Fantasy Mystic Quest that allows the user to utilize magic spells found in the schools of magic. The magic system doesn't use MP, but instead uses Magic Left and all spells cost 1 to cast.

Magic works differently than with other Final Fantasy games. Magic is not bought or learned as Benjamin levels up, but is learned by finding spellbooks around the world. There are only twelve spells divided into three schools of magic. At the maximum level 41, Benjamin can have 43 White, 21 Black, and 10 Wizard. While Benjamin can learn all spells, allies have their spells set and cannot learn more through gameplay, although their repertoire have increased in the space of their absence between their first and second appearances in the party.

List of SpellsEdit

White MagicEdit

White Magic can be use defensively (for ally) or offensively (for enemy).

The formula for recover is:

$ ((Max HP * (SpellPower + (Magic * 1.5))/100)/split $
Spell Image Artwork Spell Power Found
Exit MQExitIcon FFMQ Exit Book Artwork Battlefield north of Libra Temple
Field: Warps the party to the overworld map.
Battle: Removes one enemy from battle. Benjamin gains no experience and gold from the removed enemy. Has no effect on bosses.
Cure MQCureIcon FFMQ Cure Book Artwork 50 Foresta
Field: Restores HP to target.
Battle: Zombie-elemental attack to undead enemies. Can be repelled, but will have no effect on the party.
Heal MQHealIcon FFMQ Heal Book Artwork Falls Basin
Field: Removes status ailments from target.
Battle: Can either inflict Poison, Confusion, Sleep, Paralyze, or Petrify on a single enemy.
Life MQLifeIcon FFMQ Life Book Artwork Lava Dome
Field: Fully restores a Fatal party member's HP. When used on living party member, fully restores HP and status. Does not heal status when used outside of battle.
Battle: Inflicts Fatal on a single enemy due to an error. In the Japanese and European version, the bug is fixed, inflicting Fatal to undead enemies only.

Black MagicEdit

The damage formula for Black Magic spells are:

$ ((Spell Power*4)+(Magic*3)-Defense)*weakness/split $
Spell Image Artwork Spell Power Found
Quake MQQuakeIcon FFMQ Quake Book Artwork 25*3 Bone Dungeon
Earth-elemental attack, target all enemies only. Can be repelled.
Blizzard MQBlizzardIcon FFMQ Blizzard Book Artwork 135 Focus Tower
Water-elemental attack, can target one or all enemies. Can be repelled.
Fire MQFireIcon FFMQ Fire Book Artwork 85 Focus Tower
Fire-elemental attack, can target one or all enemies. Can be repelled.
Aero MQAeroIcon FFMQ Aero Book Artwork 235 Focus Tower
Wind-elemental attack, can target one or all enemies. Can be repelled.

Wizard MagicEdit

The damage formula for Wizard Magic spells are:

$ ((Spell Power*6)+(Magic*9)-(Defense*2))*weakness/split $
Spell Image Artwork Spell Power Found
Thunder MQFlareIcon FFMQ Thunder Medallion Artwork 180 Battlefield far west of Fireburg
Powerful Thunder-elemental attack, only wizard spell that can target one or all enemies. Can be repelled.
White MQWhiteIcon FFMQ White Medallion Artwork 140*3 Volcano
Powerful Non-elemental attack. Can be repelled.
Meteor MQMeteorIcon FFMQ Meteor Medallion Artwork 170*3 Giant Tree
Powerful Earth-elemental attack that hits all enemies. Can be repelled.
Flare MQThunderIcon FFMQ Flare Medallion Artwork 200*3 Pazuzu's Tower
Powerful Fire-elemental attack. Can be repelled.

GalleryEdit

EtymologyEdit

A spell, charm or hex is a set of words, spoken or unspoken, which are considered by its user to invoke some magical effect. Historical attestations exist for the use of some variety of incantations in many cultures around the world.

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