Job Class: Soldier
After a lengthy journey in Chapter Four that takes you all over Ivalice (specifically the area close to Zeltennia Castle and Goug Machine City), you will be able to talk Cloud Strife into joining your party. For the Final Fantasy VII fans out there this will be an exciting moment, as they are able to relive memories of the game. After all, the Cloud you encounter in Final Fantasy Tactics is identical to the FFVII hero, from his spiky hair to the devastating attacks produced by his hidden Materia Blade. These Limit attacks have been taken from the pages of FFVII and translated to FFT format for your enjoyment.
The downside of this event, however, is that Cloud must be trained starting at Level one–a difficult task, especially so late in the fourth chapter, when your other characters should be at Level 50 or higher.
|Move||Jump||Speed||C-EV||AT +/-||MA +/-||HP +/-||MP +/-|
|Braver||Samurai-style sword attack.||2||1||—||—||34||150|
|Cross-slash||Cuts enemies within effect radius four times.||2||2||0||—||25||200|
|Blade Beam||Similar to Shock!–the greater your damage, the more damage you can inflict.||2||1||—||—||20||250|
|Climhazzard||The greater the target’s damage, the more damage you can inflict.||2||1||—||—||15||450|
|Meteorain||Attack causes a meteor to fall on targets.||3||3||0||—||10||560|
|Finishing Touch||Causes different status anomalies.
Adds: Dead, Petrify, Stop
|Omnislash||The ultimate limit skill.||3||3||0||—||7||900|
|Cherry Blossom||The most powerful limit skill.||3||3||0||—||5||1200|