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A young summoner whose prayers call forth aeons and who is tasked with battling alongside them. Accepting her fate with youthful optimism, she admirably continues her fight.
Dissidia 012 Description

Yuna is a Warrior of Cosmos and is the third representative for Final Fantasy X in Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy. She once traveled across her world of Spira as a summoner, obtaining the aid of various aeons, entities of great power, to help her in her fight against Sin. She had many guardians, among them Tidus. Yuna now uses her aeons as her primary fighting style in the battle against the forces of Chaos. She regained her memories of Tidus sometime during the cycle of wars, but sadly, he has lost all of his memories of her.

In the game's story mode, her rival and opposing villain is the Emperor.

Yuna returns in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT as a Warrior of Materia.

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Appearance

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy

YunaAltOutfits

Yuna's default appearance is of her summoner's kimono from Final Fantasy X. She has brown hair, a blue, pleated furisode kimono with hibiscus floral pattern, black boots, and a black spaghetti-string camisole under a white sash of material that wraps around her neck and over her chest. She wears a yellow patterned obi adorned with hibiscus flowers with a chōchō musubi knot and a decorative obidome to cinch the cords and two sleeves on her upper arms, along with black knee-high boots.

Yuna's first alternate outfit, "Violet Hakama", is based on an artwork (Amano Morning Song) drawn by Yoshitaka Amano. Her summoner dress is a lighter lavender color without floral pattern and her hair has a lighter brunette shade.

Yuna's second alternate outfit, "Wedding Dress", is what she wore during her wedding to Seymour Guado (YunaSeymour-Marriage): a white, strapless gown cut in the front to reveal her thighs with a trail behind her. The dress has white feather ornamentation on the front hem and a pair of small feathered wings attached to a bouquet of roses on the back. White gloves, a tiara, high-heeled boots and a silver necklace complete the ensemble.

Yuna's DLC outfit is her "Gunner dressphere" from Final Fantasy X-2. She wears a white and pink spaghetti-string camisole with the Zanarkand Abes logo on her chest with a pink hood and yellow armbands. She wears a pair of denim hot pants with a blue ankle-length half-skirt covering her left hip held up by a brown belt with a pouch. She has a shorter, layered haircut, reminiscent of Tidus's, save for a long ponytail that reaches to her ankles wrapped in a pink sleeve. She wears knee-high black boots with white laces. Despite being dressed as a Gunner, she is still a summoner in gameplay.

Yuna's manikin, Ephemeral Summoner, is orange.

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

Default
  • Summoner's Dress I - Default coloration. Yuna retains her lighter skin tone from Dissidia 012.
  • Summoner's Dress II - 1st alternate coloration. Recolors her kimono dress plum, her body sash and sleeves red, her boots brown and her obidome white.
  • Summoner's Dress III - 2nd alternate coloration. Retains her white sash and sleeves, but recolors her kimono dress a gradient of maroon to yellow, and her obidome black with a unique chequer pattern.
1st Alternate Costume
  • Wedding Gown I - Default coloration. An updated version of her 2nd alternate costume from Dissidia 012.
  • Wedding Gown II - 1st alternate coloration with a pink hue, with several of her feathered ornaments recolored pink.
  • Wedding Gown III - 2nd alternate coloration with a blue hue, with her feathers recolored blue, purple and indigo.
Weapons

Yuna equips rods. Most of her aeons no longer physically appear like in Dissidia 012 due to the reworked summon system; only Valefor fights alongside her in his full form.

  • Magistral Rod - Default weapon. Yuna's staff has been visually upgraded from Dissidia 012 with the top golden crest being more circular thanks to the increased polygon count. Magistral Rod is the given name of Yuna's iconic staff if the Half MP ability is attached in Final Fantasy X.
  • Spiked Rod - 1st alternate weapon. The appearance of Yuna's various rods if the Piercing ability is attached.
  • Force Rod - 2nd alternate weapon. The appearance of Yuna's various rods if the Magic+ and Strength+ abilities are attached.
  • Astral Rod - 3rd alternate weapon. The appearance of Yuna's various rods if the One MP Cost ability is attached.

Yuna's rod designs appear as they did in Final Fantasy X. The rods go by a number of names in depending on what ability is attached in Final Fantasy X, though the Dissidia series officially identifies her default iconic staff as the Magistral Rod, and it has appeared in a number of other games with that title in the Final Fantasy series.

Yuna's default player name is Nameless Summoner, and her manikin counterpart has been renamed Fleeting Summoner.

Personality

I'm coming, too. I can't just sleep here while you're all out fighting. I can't turn my back on people like that. If I can help, then I'll keep fighting.
—Yuna

Yuna is a kind and the most mature of the new team. She is a selfless young woman who has gained her memories of her companion and friend, Tidus. The Emperor describes Yuna as a "seasoned one", aware she has been involved in the battles prior to the twelfth cycle. Yuna tries her best to help and protect her friends.

Story

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Treachery of the Gods

E01

Yuna finds Tidus.

After receiving her dormant crystal from Cosmos, Yuna travels with Jecht, but they are separated. Lost and alone, she whistles for Tidus, wondering if their promise will hold true in this world as well. He does not recognize Yuna because his memories of her have been erased, and, unknown to Yuna, he, too, is looking for Jecht. Tidus warns her of the dangers of battle before running off. Convinced that he is Tidus, Yuna follows him.

E03

Yuna trying to reason with Tidus.

When Tidus and Jecht are about to duel, Yuna intervenes and tries to return Tidus's memories by staying by his side until he remembers her. The Emperor appears and attacks Yuna, but Tidus steps in and receives the blow instead. Yuna asks Jecht to watch over Tidus as she fights the Emperor. After the duel, the Emperor disappears with an unconscious Jecht who gave up his light to save his son leaving Yuna devastated. Laguna and Vaan appear and cheer Yuna up, and the three return to Cosmos and talk to Lightning and the Warrior of Light. After learning of Warrior and Kain's plan, they refuse to go along and vow to fight the manikins to the very end. Yuna leaves Tidus in Cosmos's care, leading to Cosmos resurrecting him as one of her warriors in the thirteenth cycle.

Yuna travels with Lightning, Vaan and Laguna for the portal, reuniting with Kain and Tifa along the way. When the six reach Orphan's Cradle Yuna tells Tifa and Vaan she'll pretend she is looking forward to the oncoming battle. Later, at the Empyreal Paradox the three of them along with Laguna and Lightning fight Garland, The Emperor, the Cloud of Darkness, Kefka and Ultimecia, with Yuna dueling the Emperor again. Afterward, along with Kain, they face off against a horde of manikins and close the portal, but are defeated. As Shinryu takes Cosmos and the other warriors to the thirteenth cycle, Yuna and the others fade away in front of the Warrior before he is taken away himself.

Confessions of the Creator

After the party defeats the Southern Lufenia Gateway to access the northern continents, Yuna wanders near the Crescent Lake teleport stone, provided she is not currently in the party. She says that though she hoped they could have returned home after the war, it was a false hope the warriors nurtured while they were used as pawns, and the story's ending had thus already been decided. As the world of Confessions of the Creator is a hypothetical nightmare world where the cycles of war continued and Feral Chaos killed all summoned warriors, this Yuna is likely a specter of the Yuna of this alternate world. She vanishes when the passes the Mirage Sandsea to the Lands of Discord.

Official Quests

Yuna takes the lead in "Yuna's Quest 012: In Such A Place". Traveling with Lightning, the two are called back to Order's Sanctuary by Cosmos. Along the way they defeat Golbez and join up with Laguna, Kain, Tifa and Vaan, leading into the introductory sequence of Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy where the six are lost. In "Vaan's Quest 012: A Voice to Call Back", Vaan tells Yuna about his encounter with Tidus, who inquired about Jecht fighting for Cosmos. Vaan, unaware of Tidus's name, describes him as a sad boy his age, confusing Yuna about who it could be, as she remembers Tidus as cheerful and upbeat. Yuna also appears in "Lightning's Quest 012: One Can Fight Together", where she is concerned over Lightning spending time alone. After the two confront Exdeath, Lightning recalls some of her memories, and tells Yuna to call her "Light", grateful for her encouragement.

Rebirth of the cycles

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Gameplay

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy

Yuna-EXMode

Yuna is described as a Grand Summoner and her attacks involve summoning aeons to fight for her: Valefor, Ifrit, Ixion, Shiva and Bahamut. Her attacks are powerful and when summoning, her aeons can act as temporary shields weakening (but not annulling) damage. Yuna's attacks are varied, which allow her to zone her opponents, which can be followed up with Assists. Her HP attacks have a long range, and can safely be used without placing Yuna at risk for counterattack. A downside to Yuna is that most of her attacks take time to execute, which can allow the opponent to counterattack due to Yuna remaining immobile. She lacks reliable ranged attacks, and most of her attacks require her to be close to the opponent, which can put her at a disadvantage with ranged opponents.

Attacks

Bravery Attacks

Move Type CP (Mastered) AP Priority Effect Damage type Obtained Image
Meteor Strike Ground 30 (15) 80 Melee Low
Ranged Low (Shiva's attack in EX Mode)
Wall Rush Physical
Magical (Shiva's attack in EX Mode)
Initial Yuna MeteorStrike Normal
Yuna MeteorStrike ExMode
Summon Ifrit to attack twice with his claws, sending the opponent away.

In EX Mode, Shiva attacks by unleashing an ice shatter after Ifrit swipes, followed with a ice shard that drops on the opponent to direct to Ifrit's final claw attack.

D012 ComChart - GroundBrave D012 ComChart - GroundBrave Wall Rush (→)
Energy Blast Ground 30 (15) 80 Ranged Low
Melee Low (Ifrit's attack in EX Mode)
None Magical
Physical (Ifrit's attack in EX Mode)
Initial Yuna EnergyBlast Normal
Yuna EnergyBlast ExMode
Summon Valefor to fire five light orbs at the opponent.

In EX Mode, Ifrit appears with a slash which directs the opponent into Valefor's light orbs.

D012 ComChart - GroundBrave (Feint)
Aerospark Ground 30 (15) 80 Melee Mid (Charge attack)
Ranged Low (Thunder disks, Bahamut's attack in EX Mode)
Chase Physical (Charge attack)
Magical (Thunder disks, Bahamut's attack in EX Mode)
Level 27 Yuna Aerospark Normal Yuna Aerospark ExMode
Summon Ixion to charge forward with its horn to knock the opponent upwards, then fire disks of energy at them. Can be delayed by Circle press.

In EX Mode, Bahamut appears above and blasts the opponent with a single Impulse.

D012 ComChart - AirBrave Command Branch One-to-Two D012 ComChart - AirBrave Chase
D012 ComChart - AirBrave Chase
D012 ComChart - HoldReleaseButton D012 ComChart - AirBrave Chase
Impulse Aerial 30 (15) 80 Ranged Low None Magical Initial Yuna Impulse Normal Yuna Impulse ExMode
Summon Bahamut to fire a ball of energy. Can hold Circle to fire four balls of energy.

In EX Mode, Valefor appears and fires a fast energy ball which directs the opponent into Bahamut's Impulse blasts.

D012 ComChart - AirBrave (Feint)
D012 ComChart - HoldButton D012 ComChart - AirBrave (Feint)
Heavenly Strike Aerial 30 (15) 80 Ranged Low
Melee Low (Ixion's attack in EX Mode)
Wall Rush Magical
Physical (Ixion's attack in EX Mode)
Initial Yuna HeavenlyStrike Normal Yuna HeavenlyStrike ExMode
Summon Shiva to perform a three-hit combo with ice.

In EX Mode, Ixion appears in between Shiva's attacks, which he slashes to the right, then left and finishing with a uppercut.

D012 ComChart - AirBraveD012 ComChart - AirBraveD012 ComChart - AirBraveWall Rush (↓)
Sonic Wings Aerial 30 (15) 80 Melee Low Chase
Wall Rush (Bahamut's attack in EX Mode)
Physical Level 12 Yuna SonicWing Normal Yuna SonicWing ExMode
Summon Valefor to spin from underneath the opponent, then knock them back with a gust of wind.

In EX Mode, Bahamut joins Valefor to blast the opponent away with a more powerful, stronger gust of wind.

D012 ComChart - AirBrave Command Branch One-to-Two ———Chase
D012 ComChart - EX D012 ComChart - AirBrave Wall Rush (→)

HP Attacks

Move Type CP (Mastered) AP Priority Effect Damage type Obtained Image
Energy Ray Ground 30 (15) 150 Ranged High None N/A Initial Yuna EnergyRay
Summon Valefor to fire a beam of energy, then send a burst of fire forward. Turns to track the opponent during start-up.
D012 ComChart - GroundHP
Hellfire Ground 30 (15) 150 Melee High (Close range start-up)
Ranged High (Flames)
None Physical Level 8 Yuna Hellfire
Summon Ifrit to create damaging pillars of fire. Has a high reach into the air. Can do Bravery damage on start-up at close range.
D012 ComChart - GroundHP
Thor's Hammer Aerial 30 (15) 150 Ranged High Absorb Magical Initial Yuna ThorsHammer
Summon Ixion to create a large orb of lightning that hits the opponent multiple times and explodes.
D012 ComChart - AirHP
Diamond Dust Aerial 30 (15) 150 Ranged High None Magical Level 19 Yuna DiamondDust
Summon Shiva to unleash a frozen gust of wind that condenses into a shard of ice. Fast execution but low range.
D012 ComChart - AirHP
Mega Flare Aerial 30 (15) 150 Melee High Wall Rush Magical Level 36 Yuna MegaFlare
Summon Bahamut to fire a powerful energy ray. Yuna can move slightly while using the attack.
D012 ComChart - AirHP Wall Rush (→)

EX Mode

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy - Yuna's EX Burst

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy - Yuna's EX Burst

To the Farplane

Yuna's EX Mode is Grand Summon, named after her Final Fantasy X Overdrive. She gains an aura of pyreflies and the ability Double Summons, which automatically calls a second aeon to attack when Yuna uses a Bravery attack, increasing the length and power of her attacks.

Yuna's EX Burst is To the Farplane, where each of her aeons performs its Overdrive, unique attack or both while Yuna Sends the opponent. The player has to enter button commands that appear on the screen as Yuna dances while on a sprout of water (similar to the Final Fantasy X sending in Kilika Port in that aspect), and the aeons attack the opponent from all directions. The player has to wait for the ring of light to appear around the command input and then press it just as it vanishes. After the sequence, Yuna ends the EX Burst by spinning and consuming the opponent in an explosion of pyreflies, with the last hit dealing HP damage.

Equipment

Yuna can equip Rods, Staves, Guns, Poles, Bangles, Hats, Hairpins, Headbands, Ribbons, Clothing, and Robes.

Exclusive weapons

Name Level Stats Effects Obtained
Yevon's Will 30 BRV +41
ATK +38
EX Intake Range +1m Trade: 61000 gil, Healing Staff, Scarletite x1, Summoner's Desire x5
Yunalesca's Staff 90 BRV +34
ATK +62
EX Intake Range +2m Trade: 158000 gil, Yevon's Will, Electrum x1, Summoner's Dream x5
Spira's Hope 100 BRV +39
ATK +67
EX Intake Range +3m
Cat Nip effect
Trade: 182800 gil, Yunalesca's Staff, Braska's Sphere x1, Summoner's Hopes x5


Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

Type: Marksman - Yuna uses a vast array of magic spells and can summon Valefor to aid her in battle.
EX Skil: Valefor - Abilities vary depending on Yuna's status:
  • Mid-attack (1 gauge): bravery attack.
  • Not attacking (2 gauge): strong bravery attack.
  • Hold (3 gauges): HP attack.
  • Being attacked (3 gauges): blow away foes.

Abilities

Move Damage Input Type Power Frame Data Image
Passado Bravery DFF2015 II Icon Ground DFFNT Passado
Hold down the button to throw countless needles in front of you. (Can move while casting.)
Wakizashi Bravery DFF2015 Up + II Icon Ground DFFNT WakazashiDFFNT Wakazashi 2
Release a slash that travels along the ground. Hold to increase the speed of the attack after a certain amount of time. (Can move while casting.)
Pain Bravery DFF2015 Down + II Icon Ground DFFNT Pain
Imbue your staff with magic, then set off an explosion at your foe's position. (Can move while casting.)
Aerospark Bravery DFF2015 II IconDFF2015 Right IIDFF2015 Right IIDFF2015 Right II Airborne DFFNT Aerospark
Unleash a series of wind and thunder blades that follow your opponent. (Can move while casting, combo extender.)
Impulse Bravery DFF2015 Up + II Icon Airborne DFFNT ImpulseDFFNT Impulse 2
Generate energy projectiles around you, then launch them at the enemy. (Can move while casting, hold to charge.)
Heavenly Strike Bravery DFF2015 Down + II Icon Airborne DFFNT Heavenly Strike
Drop an enormous block of ice onto your enemy's head. (Can move while casting.)
Meteor Strike Bravery DFF2015 II Icon Dash DFFNT Meteor Strike Yuna
Release a fireball that explodes on hit, or after a certain distance.
Holy HP DFF2015 IV Icon DFFNT Holy Yuna
Unleash a continual torrent of light at the enemy's position. (Can move while casting.)
Great Whirl HP DFF2015 IV Icon - DFFNT Great Whirl
Create a magic crystal at your foe's position that releases lasers when touched. The crystal will temporarily follow your fow, then remain on the field as a trap.
The Sending HP DFF2015 IV Icon - DFFNT The Sending
Draw in surrounding enemies, then release a giant explosion around yourself. (Can move while casting.)
Ultima HP DFF2015 IV Icon - DFFNT Ultima Yuna
Set off an explosion at your opponent's position. You can charge to extend range, and continue charging even after maximum strength is reached. (Can move while casting.)
Sonic Wings EX Skill DFF2015 I Icon 1 skill gauge (while attacking) DFFNT Sonic Wing
Valefor releases a shockwave at the location of the foe you are targeting. (Bravery attack.)
Energy Ray EX Skill DFF2015 I Icon 2 skill gauges (while grounded) DFFNT Energy Ray
Valefor shoots an explosive laser beam that travels in a straight line towards the enemy you are targeting. The amount your unique EX Skill gauge increase will temporarily rise on hit. (Bravery attack.)
Energy Blast EX Skill DFF2015 I Icon 2 skill gauges (while airborne) DFFNT Energy Blast
Valefor assails the foe you are targeting with multiple homing lasers. The amount your unique EX Skill gauge increases will temporarily rise on hit. (Bravery attack.)
Energy Nova EX Skill DFF2015 I Icon 3 skill gauges (hold)
Valefor unleashes a colossal long-range laser at the enemy you are targeting. (HP attack.)
Ascend EX Skill DFF2015 I Icon 3 skill gauges (while being attacked)
Valefor appears at Yuna's side and blows away surrounding enemies. (Bravery attack.)
  • You can only summon Valefor when you have the necessary amount of skill gauges.
  • After summoning Valefor, you must wait a certain amount of time before summoning again.
  • You can use Ascend even if you guard while being attacked. However, Ascend will not trigger in the following cases:
    • When you are taking special types of damage (frozen, paralyzed, stopped, or smashed against a wall)
    • When you are in the air after taking HP damage
    • When you are taking damage that cannot be interrupted

Gallery

Dissidia 012
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Allusions

Dissidia Yuna Feet

Yuna walking barefoot in the FMV.

  • Yuna conjures the glyphs seen in Besaid Temple's Cloister of Trials to summon her aeons. This alludes both to her origins as a summoner from Besaid, and her methods of summoning aeons in Final Fantasy X where she'd summon them through the glyphs of each temple.
  • The name of Yuna's EX Mode refers to her Overdrive in Final Fantasy X, where she would summon an aeon that has a full Overdrive bar. The appearance of pyreflies around her alludes to the Oversoul term for empowered fiends in Final Fantasy X-2.
  • The scene where Yuna walks barefoot on water refers to her performance of the sending in Kilika Port in Final Fantasy X. She also performs her EX Burst, To the Farplane, on a waterspout. This scene is also depicted in the Final Fantasy X logo (FFX logo). When starting a battle with Yuna, she walks and holds her staff the same way as in the beginning of the sending in Kilika, and then takes her battle pose by spinning around in a similar fashion as in the end of her EX Burst.
  • The five aeons Yuna can summon are Valefor, Ifrit, Ixion, Shiva, and Bahamut. These are the mandatory aeons in Final Fantasy X, as Yojimbo, Anima, and the Magus Sisters are optional.
    • This is updated in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT so that Yuna's attacks are drawn from all eight aeons.
  • Yuna's Bravery moves are special attacks used by the aeons in Final Fantasy X, with exception of Energy Blast, which is Valefor's second Overdrive. In the same vein, her HP attacks are the aeons' Overdrives from Final Fantasy X.
  • Yuna turns her staff 360 degrees when using Hellfire. This alludes to her animation of summoning of Ifrit in Final Fantasy X.
  • Yuna spins her staff when she summons Bahamut to use Mega Flare. The spinning motion is in conjunction with the spinning wheel on Bahamut's back when he performs his Overdrive in Final Fantasy X.
  • When Yuna charges Bahamut's Impulse, she poses the same way she does when performing a summoning, throwing her arms back and looking up.
  • Yuna's EX Mode ability in the game's Japanese version is "W-Summon", which is the name of a Command Materia in Final Fantasy VII that allows the equipped party member to perform two summons a turn.
  • Yuna's EX Burst alludes to Tidus's comment on the sending in Final Fantasy X: "People die and Yuna dances." During her EX Burst, just as she is about to deal the final blow, Yuna flips her hair in a similar manner as she did when she is seen by Tidus in the Besaid Temple before taking her pose like that of the promotional poster (Yunasending) for Final Fantasy X. The line Yuna says when initiating her EX Burst, "I will end the spiral of conflict," alludes to the 'spiral of death' Spira is caught in in Final Fantasy X, along with the cycle of war in the Dissidia series. As she uses her EX Burst, she says, "Sins of time eternal... I will cast them away," referring to Sin.
  • The name of Yuna's battle style alludes to her Overdrive in Final Fantasy X.
  • When Yuna is searching for Jecht she whistles and Tidus comes to her, referring to how Tidus told her to whistle for him if she was lost and that he would come find her in Final Fantasy X.
  • When she is about to fight against herself, she says, "Is that me? Or are you an impostor?", referring to the beginning of Final Fantasy X-2 where Leblanc impersonated her at a concert in Luca.
  • When the Warrior of Light faces Yuna he says, "You can choose your own path," alluding to the message Braska left for his daughter Yuna in Final Fantasy X.
  • When Kefka faces Yuna he asks, "Would ya summon the Destroyer? Pretty please?", referring to Sin, the "destroyer" of Spira.
  • Her encounter lines to Kain and Exdeath are, "I will fight to end everyone's sorrow," and, "I want to put an end to everyone's sorrows!", respectively, referring to when she faces Yunalesca and vows to defeat sorrow.
  • As an unlockable voice clip Yuna can instead say, "I will do it without false hope," at the end of her EX Burst, a line she said to Lady Yunalesca in Final Fantasy X. She also refers to "false hope" in Confessions of the Creator when speaking of her failure to end the cycles of war.
  • Her encounter lines to Vaan and Prishe are, "It'd be great if I could fly freely like you...", and, "You're so upbeat! I should emulate you," respectively, referring to her transition into a sphere hunter in Final Fantasy X-2, flying around Spira in an airship and modeling herself after her cousin Rikku.
  • When Cosmos summons Crystals beams of light rush through the Order's Sanctuary. When lights spin around Yuna, she assumes a similar pose to that when Seymour Guado was showing memories from Farplane spirits, with her arms opened and looking around with amazement.
  • Yuna can equip guns, a reference to her default class of Gunner in Final Fantasy X-2.
  • Yuna's defeat cry, "It's because I was naive," alludes to what Auron said about her when first arriving in the Macalania Woods, after her statement of getting married to Seymour: "She's naive, serious to a fault, and doesn't ask for help."
  • Yuna's story begins on a beach, a reference to her pilgrimage beginning in Besaid.
  • The added effect of Yuna's best exclusive weapon, Spira's Hope, is Cat Nip, which was a powerful accessory especially for Gunners in the original Final Fantasy X-2, where it could enable a Trigger Happy attack that dealt 9999 damage with every hit.
  • Yuna's opposing villain in story mode is the Emperor, which may allude to her antagonism with Seymour Guado due to a number of similarities between them: both return from death as corrupted souls, the two have similar hairstyles, choice of weapon, and status as powerful and respected mages. When Yuna (and later Tidus) fights the Emperor, "Fight With Seymour" is the music track used for the battle.
  • Yuna's hope of finding Tidus and chasing after him despite his fighting for the side of Chaos, alludes to the plot of Final Fantasy X-2, where she, upon mistaking Shuyin for Tidus, becomes a sphere hunter in the hopes of finding him.
  • At the start of Yuna's final battle with the Emperor, she states, "This is my story. It has a happy ending!", referring to the recurring phrase from her games, particularly her words from the main ending of Final Fantasy X-2: "This is my story. It'll be a good one."
  • The name of Yuna's exclusive weapon, Spira's Hope, is derived from the line Seymour said to her after Operation Mi'ihen: "But you... are a summoner. You are Spira's hope."
  • During his interactions with Yuna, she refers to Jecht as "Sir Jecht" as she did in Final Fantasy X.
  • When Cloud and Ultimecia face Yuna their lines are, "You sure have a solid resolve," and "You seem to have resolve," respectively. This alludes to the first battle against Seymour at Macalania Temple when choosing Yuna's 'Talk' command to Seymour, he responds, "Your eyes, they burn with resolve."
  • In Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, Yuna can summon any of the other seven Espers much like the other characters. She can also directly summon Valefor onto the field (after accumulating enough EX Skill charge), which may be an allusion to obtaining eight aeons in Final Fantasy X.
  • When fighting against Ramuh and Alexander, her opening lines, "You're not a fayth, are you?" and "Are... are you a machina?", respectively, refers to neither of them appearing in Final Fantasy X.
  • Yuna's opening line when fighting Odin, "How much will it cost for your help?" refers to the sidequest to obtain Yojimbo as an aeon.
  • When Yuna casts Great Whirl, she spins like when spherechanging in Final Fantasy X-2.
  • When casting Heavenly Strike in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, she will pose like she does when summoning Shiva in Final Fantasy X.

Trivia

  • When the developers decided to add Yuna there was discussion on if she should appear as a summoner or as a dressphere-based character. Under Tetsuya Nomura's advice it was decided to have Yuna be a summoner, because that was her role in the main series.
  • Yuna's summons were difficult to implement as they can cause multiple character models to appear on the screen simultaneously. To save memory in the UMD and ease the strain put on the PlayStation Portable's CPU, her aeons only show half their bodies emerging from crests of light.
  • When Yuna wins a battle, she performs her victory pose with a random aeon.
  • With the exception of the pyreflies that float around her, Yuna is the only character who gains no aesthetic changes when entering EX Mode. As a result, Yuna has the fewest renders in the Museum.
  • Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy marks the first time Yuna refers to Tidus and her aeons by name, because in Final Fantasy X the player can name them.
  • During chase sequences, when using the Bravery attack, the aeon summoned by Yuna varies depending on which direction the analog stick is moved along with Circle: Neutral Circle will result in Ifrit, Up and Circle will result in Ixion, and Down and Circle will result in Shiva. HP attacks in Chase Sequences are only performed with Shiva.
  • When facing Ultimecia, Yuna will say "I will give it all I've got", but if one has subtitles switched on, the text will say: "I will give it my all I've got". It is likely to be error in subtitles as the spoken line is grammatically correct.
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