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Tides of Fate (宿命のポルトラン, Shukumei no Porutoran?, lit. Portolan of Fate) is a recurring ability in the series associated with Balthier from Final Fantasy XII. It is a water-based attack that is normally a Quickening.

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Final Fantasy XII[]

Tides of Fate is a Quickening that can be used by Balthier. As with all level 2 Quickenings, it deals damage equal to a random number between 1 and 140 multiplied by Balthier's Strength, and costs one Mist Charge to execute.

Pictlogica Final Fantasy[]

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Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade[]

Tides of Fate is one on Balthier's abilities.

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Final Fantasy Artniks[]

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Final Fantasy Record Keeper[]

Tides of Fate is Balthier's Soul Break.

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World of Final Fantasy[]

Tides of Fate is Balthier's Champion summon ability. It inflicts water-elemental magical damage to all enemies, bypassing defense. It has high topple strength. It can be obtained through DLC and costs 2★ gauges to use. When used "The Fates" from Final Fantasy XII plays.

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Etymology[]

In the Japanese release this ability is known as "Portolan of Destiny". Portolan is a chart of European navigable waters based on descriptions of coasts.

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