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A key member in Class Zero who is thoughtful, high-achieving, and capable. In the maelstrom of war, he fights alongside his classmates wielding a deck of magic cards as his weapon. Contrary to his cool demeanor, he is rather hot-blooded and can let his recklessness get the best of him at times. Ace has a passion for chocobos and song.
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Ace is a playable character in Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia.

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GameplayEdit

Ace is recruited through the event Unparalleled Power. As of the Japanese release, Unparalleled Power is permanently available after completing Chapter 6 and recruiting Ace is a requirement to unlock Chapter 11.

Ace's fighting style revolves around adding cards to his stock, which transforms his command abilities upon reaching a full stock of three. In addition to the command abilities Burst and Spiral Combo granting Ace a full stock, his BRV Attack adds one card to his stock while his HP Attack adds two cards to his stock. His transformed command abilities consume all cards in his stock.

AbilitiesEdit

Command abilities
Passive abilities

UnlockablesEdit

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AllusionsEdit

  • Ace's gameplay mechanic is derived from his Cut Cards ability in Final Fantasy Type-0, where he can draw up to three cards to change his current ability.
  • The death of a chocobo in Ace's event references the deaths of Izana and his chocobo Chichiri in the opening of Final Fantasy Type-0. In both cases, Ace expresses his guilt at being unable to save them.