The Time Mage (時魔道士 or 時魔道師, Tokimadōshi?, lit. Time Sorcerer), also known as Dimensional Mage and abbreviated as TIM, is a job featured in various games in the Final Fantasy series. It is one of the staple mage classes in the series, though less common than Black Mage and White Mage.
- 1 Profile
- 2 Appearances
- 2.1 Final Fantasy V
- 2.2 Final Fantasy XII
- 2.3 Final Fantasy Tactics
- 2.4 Final Fantasy Tactics Advance
- 2.5 Final Fantasy Tactics S
- 2.6 Crystal Defenders
- 2.7 Final Fantasy Type-0
- 2.8 Final Fantasy Dimensions II
- 2.9 Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)
- 2.10 Pictlogica Final Fantasy
- 2.11 Final Fantasy Artniks
- 2.12 Final Fantasy All the Bravest
- 2.13 Final Fantasy Record Keeper
- 2.14 Final Fantasy Explorers
- 2.15 Final Fantasy Trading Card Game
- 3 Allusions to the job in the series
- 4 Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances
- 5 Gallery
Time Mages are classified by wearing traditional wizard's robes and pointy hats, usually with the shape of some type of heavenly body on it, such as a star or pentacle. Time Mages have low physical stats and high magic stats. They usually equip daggers, rods, hoods, and mage robes.
Their specialty magic is called Time Magic, and usually consists of spells that increase or decrease speed, such as Slow and Haste, and those that manipulate the forces of gravity, such as Gravity and Meteor.
After the Water Crystal's destruction, the Time Mage class is granted to the party.
Time Battlemage is a class in the Zodiac versions. They use Time Magick, as well as all Green Magick spells and have access to numerous augments. They use the ranged Crossbow as their main weapon, but are equipped with Heavy Armor. They can switch to several types of swords for a more physical focus.
The Time Mage is a supportive magical job class, and if left alone, can quickly bestow a number of beneficial status effects on their allies and debuffs on their foes, turning the tide of battle. It costs 8,320 JP to master this job. As of War of the Lions, this job costs 8,920 JP to master, as several spells saw increases in JP needed to learn them.
Time Mage (TIM) is a job accessible to nu mou and moogles. Time Mages' abilities cannot be predicted, but some classes, such as the Juggler and Ninja, can reap the benefits of Time Magic without the large MP consumption.
While not as powerful as Black Mages, Time Mages can wield wide-ranged spells which slow a target's movement.Online description
Class Sixth Moogle of the Cranberry Knights represents the Time Mage class.
Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)
In the Duel Colosseum, when chosen, the Time Mage job card increases card luck by 5.
The Time Mage job card appears in the Labyrinth mode, and increased card luck by one star.
The Time Mage appears as a character card.
These mages manipulate the flow of time to maintain their youthful good looks and exuberance.Description
The Time Mage is a character available to the party, she uses the Comet ability during battle. She unlocks at level 40.
Time Mage is a job unlocked in the 2★ Quest, "Aptitude Exam: Thief & Time Mage". It can be mastered by completing any 10 quests, then the 5★ quest "Mastery Trials: Time Mage".
Time Mage is a booster and damager with the ability to extend status buffs and reduce debuffs. They can initially equip rods and tomes; after mastery staves and bows can be equipped.
The Time Mage job appears in Final Fantasy Trading Card Game as Ice-elemental Backup and Forward cards.
Allusions to the job in the series
Though there is no official job system, Tidus's section of the Sphere Grid contains the Slow and Haste spells, as well as their upgrades, Slowga and Hastega. Other abilities in Tidus's Sphere Grid, like Delay Attack and Quick Hit, allow him to attack faster and to slow enemy attacks in a fashion similar to the spells.
Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances
The Time Mage appears as part of the Crystal Defenders collaboration.
The Time Mage appeared on a gold card.
Time Mage and Time Wizard were units and their ability was Time Shift. Time Mage could be promoted to Time Wizard.
The Time Mage appears as an asterisk in Bravely Default and Bravely Second. Eloch Quentis Khamer VIII is a Time Mage, and defeating him in battle gives the party the job. The Time Mage can do many things with their Time Magic. Their innate ability Time Slip allows the player to try again if they lose a battle.