Square Enix released character cards for Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, featuring a breakdown of each of the character command lists. If you need help figuring out the special moves, combos and attacks for each of the characters, you’ll be able to do so using the easy-to-read character cards that Square Enix provided for gamers.
It starts with Firion, a Vanguard type from Final Fantasy II. He has five different Bravery Attacks, an HP skill and an EX skill.
Next up is the Warrior of Light, another Vanguard type from the original Final Fantasy. He has three main Bravery Attacks, two HP Attacks and a single EX Skill. Majority of the moves are a combination of the ‘X’ button on the DualShock 4, while the HP Attacks can be performed using the Square Button.
The Onion Knight is next on the list. They’re from Final Fantasy III and are classified as a Specialist type because they can utilize their special skill to switch to different class functions.
The Onoin Knight has has two grounded Bravery Attacks, two airborne Bravery Attacks, and a single dashing attack, along with two HP Attacks, and a single EX Skill that can be performed using Triangle when using the Default status. Under the Ninja category, the Onion Knight has three different grounded Bravery Attacks, and three different Airborne attacks. You can also utilize the EX Skill to job change to a Sage. The Sage category has three grounded Bravery Attacks and three airborne Bravery Attacks. You can tap Triangle once more to switch back to Default.
Next up on the list is Cecil Harvey from Final Fantasy IV. He’s classified as a Vanguard type. He has two different class transformations, including one as a Paladin and one as a Dark Knight, just like in Final Fantasy IV.
As a Paladin, Ceilcil has a single grounded Bravery Attack, three airborne attacks and a single dashing attack. He can utilize two different HP Attacks as a Paladin or utilize Triangle as his EX Skill to switch classes to a Dark Knight. Job changes will temporarily boost Cecil’s attack damage and defenses. As a Dark Knight he gets three grounded attacks, a single airborne attack and one dashing attack under the Bravery category. He also receives two HP Attacks.
Bartz Klauser from Final Fantasy V is up next. He’s a Specialist with a variety of Bravery Attacks, including three grounded attacks, three airborne, and a dashing attack. He has two HP Attacks and a single EX Skill that is a “Good Luck Charm”, allowing all party members to receive temproary attack power, defense and movement speed increases.
Up next is one of the most revered and endearing Final Fantasy characters of all time, the tragic Terra Branford. She’s a long-range character classified as a Marksman. For her Bravery Attacks, she has three grounded, three airborne and a single dashing. Majority of her attacks consist of rapidly tapping ‘X’ and then charging the final attack. She has two HP Attacks, and a single EX Skill.
A familiar face for most gamers is Cloud Strife from Final Fantasy VII. He’s a Vanguard type, sports three ground attacks, three airborne and a dashing under the Bravery category, two HP Attacks, and a single EX skill.
Squall Lionheart from Final Fantasy VIII has three ground attacks, three airborne attacks, and a single dashing under the Bravery Attack category, with two HP Attacks and a single EX Skill.
Zidane Tribal from Final Fantasy XIV also made the cut, featuring three ground, three airborne and a single dashing attack under the Bravery Attack category, while sporting two HP Attacks and a single EX Skill. Zidane is also classified as an “Assassin”.
Another Assassin is Tidus from Final Fantasy X. The protagonist from the game has a few alternate attacks compared to his other compatriots, including a single grounded attack, three grounded dashing attacks, a single airborne attack, and three airborne dashing attacks under the Bravery Attack category, making him a very nimble choice on the battlefield. He also has two HP Attacks and a single EX Skill.
Up next is Shantotto from Final Fantasy XI. This Marksman has two grounded, three airborne and a single dashing attack in the Bravery Attack category. Shantotto has two HP Attacks and a transformation mode via the EX Skill that opens up a second category of Bravery Attacks when consumed with range, including three new grounded attacks and three new airborne attacks.
Vaan from Final Fantasy XII is up next, and he’s classified as a Specialist type. He has two grounded attacks, two airborne attacks and a single dashing attack in the Bravery category. He gets four different HP Attacks, and a single EX Skill.
The penultimate character on the list is Lightning, an Assassin type from Final Fantasy XIII. She gets two grounded, two airborne and a single dashing attack under her default Bravery Attacks. She has two HP Attacks and a single EX Skill.
Unlike the other characters, however, Lightning can get a special skill by pushing in the left thumbstick, which switches between Commando and Ravager. In Ravager, she gets additional ground, airborne and dash attacks under the Bravery Attacks category.
Last on the list is Y’shtola, a Marksman type from Final Fantasy XIV. They have three grounded attacks, a single grounded dashing attack, three airborne attacks, and a single airborne dashing attack. Y’shtola has two HP Attacks and a single EX Skill.
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