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Lulu uses Holy from Wht Magic command.

Cast white magic spells.


Wht Magic (白魔法, Shiro Mahō?, lit. White Magic) is one of the four main commands in Final Fantasy X. Most of the abilities found in the Wht Magic command relate to healing, adding positive statuses to allies, and manipulating the time.

There are 22 abilities in the command.


All but six Wht Magic abilities are in Yuna's section of the Sphere Grid. Four Wht Magic abilities relating to time, including single and group cast spells for adding Haste and Slow, appear in Tidus's section. Scan is in Kimahri's section. In the Standard Sphere Grid, Full-Life is in Rikku's section, and in the Expert Sphere Grid, Auto-Life is in her section.

Under normal circumstances, Wht Magic abilities don't inflict damage except for Holy, a spell that inflicts Holy-elemental damage. The Holy element is not inflicted through any other player-cast ability, and an enemy's relation to that element does not show up with Sensor.

Healing spells have the following damage algorithm:

Damaging spells have the following damage algorithm:

Wht Magic cannot be doublecast.

List of abilities[]

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Ability MP Cost Rank Sphere Grid Section Description Image
Cure 4 3 Yuna Restores minor HP to a target. FFX Cure.png
Cura 10 3 Yuna Restores moderate HP to a target. FFX Cura.png
Curaga 20 3 Yuna Restores major HP to a target. FFX Curaga.PNG
Scan 1 3 Kimahri See target's vital statistics. FFX Scan.png
NulBlaze 2 2 Yuna Nullifies Fire elemental damage for one attack. Bestowed on the entire party. FFX NulBlaze.png
NulShock 2 2 Yuna Nullifies Lightning elemental damage for one attack. Bestowed on the entire party. FFX NulShock.png
NulTide 2 2 Yuna Nullifies Water elemental damage for one attack. Bestowed on the entire party. FFX NulTide.png
NulFrost 2 2 Yuna Nullifies Ice elemental damage for one attack. Bestowed on the entire party. FFX NulFrost.png
Esuna 5 3 Yuna Removes negative status effects from a target. FFX Esuna.png
Life 18 3 Yuna Revive a KO'd party member with 50% max HP. FFX Life.png
Full-Life 60 3 Rikku
(Expert Sphere Grid: Yuna)
Revive a KO'd party member with max HP. FFX Full-Life.png
Haste 8 4 Tidus Increases Agility of party member. FFX Haste.png
Hastega 30 6 Tidus Increases Agility of party. FFX Hastega.png
Slow 12 3 Tidus Reduces Agility of target. FFX Slow.png
Slowga 20 4 Tidus Reduces Agility of target's party. FFX Slowga.PNG
Shell 10 3 Yuna Halves damage from magic attacks and healing magic of a target. FFX Shell.PNG
Protect 12 3 Yuna Halves damage received by a target from physical attacks. FFX Protect.PNG
Reflect 14 3 Yuna Bounce spells off of target back at enemy party. Does not reflect all spells. FFX Reflect.png
Dispel 12 3 Yuna Remove positive status effects from a target. FFX Dispel.PNG
Regen 40 3 Yuna Target restores a fraction of HP each turn for 10 turns. FFX Regen.png
Holy 85 4 Yuna Heavy Holy elemental damage to a target. Spell power of 100. FFX Holy.PNG
Auto-Life 97 3 Yuna
(Expert Sphere Grid: Rikku)
Automatically revives KO'd target with 25% of Max HP. FFX Auto-Life.png

Other appearances[]

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia[]

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White magic has traditionally referred to the use of supernatural powers or magic for good and selfless purposes. With respect to the philosophy of left-hand path and right-hand path, white magic is the benevolent counterpart of malicious black magic. Because of its ties to traditional pagan nature worship, white magic is often also referred to as "natural magic".