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A quiet, yet determined summoner who guides the spirits of the dead to the Farplane. On her pilgrimage to defeat Sin, she encounters Tidus, a young man from another world whom she welcomes as her new guardian. Though at times it seems as though they are on a hopeless journey of doubt and loss, they at least have each other.

Description

Yuna is a playable character in Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia who can be recruited during Chapter 3 of the main storyline.

Profile[]

Appearance[]

Yuna wears 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.

Her first alternate costume, Gunner Garment, 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 half-skirt covering her left hip that reaches to her ankles 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.

Her second alternate costume is based on the bridal outfit she wore during her forced marriage to Seymour Guado in Bevelle, a flowing white gown in a wing motif with a long train. Yuna also wears a jeweled tiara and is depicted wielding her signature Nirvana staff.

Personality[]

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Story[]

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Act 1, Ch. 3: The Lost Kingdom of Thronus[]

The party meets Yuna in the Lost Kingdom of Thronus as she is being menaced by Seifer, Raijin, and Fujin. They chase him away, much to her relief.

Yuna is a summoner from Spira, though she declines to explain her title fully, and instead describes herself as someone trained to kill monsters and protect the people. Her remarks imply that she told Seifer a fuller version of a summoner's role; rather than trying to abduct her, he was trying to insist on protecting her as a knight. Mog offers her a place in the party. After being reassured that she would be welcome, Yuna gladly accepts in the hopes of finding either her friends or a way home.

As they travel through the area, they fight Seifer and his posse again. Yuna asks him to join them, believing that he's a good person in spite of his belligerence, but he refuses.

Lost Chapter: The Power of Valor[]

After the warriors of light recruit Cater to their ranks, Yuna accompanies her and Cyan as they search for a torsion in a forest. Cater sights an Ahriman but is unable to hit it as it escapes. She decides with Yuna and Cyan to regroup with the others, but the Ahriman returns with allies. Cyan suggests they retreat against the larger force, but Cater draws her pistol on the enemies to buy the others time. Yuna refuses to leave her behind; Cyan leaves bring in reinforcements.

Zell and Terra come to their aid, and the warriors defeat the group of Ahrimans and discuss whether Yuna and Cater should have fallen back. Cater argues that it was important that they held the line, although Cyan is concerned about what might have happened if they had been overrun. Cater becomes conflicted; Yuna, siding with Cyan, encourages her not to push herself too hard for others' sake. Terra reminds Cater that her intuition had been right, and that she had bought the other warriors valuable time to organize a defense.

Act 2, Ch. 4: For Someone's Sake[]

Yuna meets Paine, but does not recognize her at first, as she lacks the memories of her life as a sphere hunter. She recovers these memories after defeating her dark manikin.

Act 2, Ch. 7: Respite's Authenticity[]

After Sephiroth seizes Materia's throne, the warriors travel through a mountain pass when Yuna runs into and strikes up a conversation with Tidus and Jecht. The three are approached by Tidus, Jecht, and the Warrior of Light. A lifelike dark manikin of Zack then strikes the Jecht that Yuna had first met. To address the angry confusion, Zack explains that imposters have infiltrated the warriors and that the false ones need to be struck down. Yuna, flustered at mistaking Tidus and Jecht for their fakes, remains unable to discern who is real and who is not and refuses to attack them as Zack's dark manikin demands.

Spoilers end here.
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Gameplay[]

Equipment[]

Weapons
Image Name Image Name
DFFOO Magistral Rod (X).png Magistral Rod (X)
マギステルロッド【X】
(4★) / 10CP
DFFOO Astral Rod (X).png Astral Rod (X)
アストラルロッド【X】
(5★) / 15CP
Updated design based on its render from Final Fantasy X..
Yuna's signature weapon in the Dissidia games.
Updated design based on its render from Final Fantasy X.
DFFOO Ambra Rod (X).png Ambra Rod (X)
アンブラロッド【X】
(5★) / 15CP
DFFOO Lullaby Rod (X).png Lullaby Rod (X)
ララバイロッド【X】
(5★) / 35CP
Original weapon.
Stylized after Ramuh on his Dissidia NT design.
Updated design based on its render from Final Fantasy X.
DFFOO Mirage Rod (X).png Mirage Rod (X)
ミラージュロッド【X】
(5★) / EX (70CP)
DFFOO Mirage Rod (X)+.png Mirage Rod (X)+
ミラージュロッド【X】+
(6★) / EX+ (100CP)
Based on the version of the Force Rod in Dissidia NT.
DFFOO Nemesis Rod (X).png Nemesis Rod (X)
ネメシスロッド【X】
(5★) / LD (90CP)
DFFOO Nirvana (X).png Nirvana (X)
ニルヴァーナ【X】
BT (130CP)
Based on the version of the Spiked Rod in Dissidia NT. Updated design based on its render from Final Fantasy X.
Armor
Image Name Image Name
DFFOO Onyx Ring (X).png Onyx Ring (X)
めのうの指輪【X】
(4★) / 20CP
DFFOO Rainbow Ring (X).png Rainbow Ring (X)
虹の指輪【X】
(5★) / 35CP
Updated design based on its render from Final Fantasy X. Updated design based on its render from Final Fantasy X.
DFFOO Magical Ring (X).png Magical Ring (X)
導師の指輪【X】
(5★) / 90CP
DFFOO Magical Ring (X)+.png Magical Ring (X)+
導師の指輪【X】+
(6★) / 130CP
Updated design based on its render from Final Fantasy X.
DFFOO Wedding Dress (X).png Wedding Dress (X)
婚礼の衣装【X】
(7★) / 210CP
DFFOO Wedding Dress (X)+.png Wedding Dress (X)+
婚礼の衣装【X】+
(7★) / 220CP
Original armor.
Based on the "Wedding Gown" costume from Dissidia NT.

Abilities[]

Move Type Image
BRV Attack

ブレイブ攻撃

BRV DFFOO Yuna BRV Attack.png
Default 1-hit attack that lowers the enemy's BRV gauge.
Sonic Wings

ソニックウィング

BRV+HP, Magic 200px
Requires Valefor to be summoned via EX Ability. 2-HIT magic BRV+HP attack. Raises BRV based on Initial BRV.
HP Attack

HP攻撃

HP DFFOO Yuna HP Attack.png
HP Attack:

Default 1-hit attack that lowers the enemy's HP gauge.

HP Attack+:

Slightly raises BRV before inflicting an HP attack. Condition: Boon of the Fayth Affinity Ability equipped & while Fayth's Refuge is active.

Energy Ray

シューティング・レイ

BRV+HP, Magic, AoE 200px
Requires Valefor to be summoned via EX Ability. 2-HIT AoE magic BRV+HP attack. Raises BRV based on Attack. BRV stolen can overflow up to 150% Max BRV. HP Damage is divided equally amongst all enemies.
Esuna

エスナ

Support, Buff, Esuna, Party BRV DFFOO Esuna.png
Removes all of the target's debuffs and raises all party members' BRV by 1.2x Yuna's Initial BRV.

Low action delay.

Cheer

はげます

Support, Buff, Party BRV DFFOO Cheer.png
Self: 5 turns Fayth's Refuge
Target: Grants BRV based on own ATK then grants additional BRV x 1.5

Fayth's Refuge raises INT BRV and DEF by 10%.

Initial Attack

ベースアタック

Self, Buff DFFOO Initial Attack.png
Slightly raises Initial BRV and Attack for 2 turns.
Grand Summon
マスター召喚
Energy Blast
シューティング・パワー
EX Ability, BRV+HP, Magic, Buff, Overflow DFFOO Grand Summon.png

DFFOO Energy Blast.png
Summons Valefor for 6 turns and triggers Energy Blast.

Energy Blast:
10-HIT AoE magic BRV attack + single target HP attack. Moderately raises BRV damage dealt to a single target. BRV stolen can overflow up to 150% Max BRV. Deals 50% HP damage to other targets. Grants Valefor's Blessing (Raises Max BRV and Attack; grants party BRV Regen) for 6 turns. When Energy Blast is used, Valefor count is refreshed to 6 turns.

While Valefor is active, turns Grand Summon to Energy Blast, BRV Attack to Sonic Wings, and HP Attack/+ to Energy Ray.

Gallery[]

Allusions[]

  • In the "A Devoted Heart" event, Yuna says that the dragon they were forced to kill must be grateful that Lenna "sent" it on in such a respectful fashion, a reference to The Sending that summoners perform in Spira.
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