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Amaterasu is a light-elemental summon that Mephilia Venus is determined to acquire, with the help of Gho Gettar. Unlike her other appearances, Amaterasu assists the party by healing large amounts of health.
Amaterasu appears as a light-elemental summon.
Her special attack is Okami's Light, which deals light-elemental damage to a single enemy. All versions of the summon are able to go up to rank 7. Summoning Amaterasu costs 2 point from the Consumption Gauge.
Amaterasu allows the wielder to use the following abilities:
|Rank||Maximum Level||Phantom Stone Cost||Max HP||Max MP||Max Attack||Max Magic||Max Speed||Components Needed|
- The following are bonus abilities granted to characters equipped with Amaterasu.
|Ability Type||Effect||Minimum Rank to Activate|
|Yata Mirror||Light attack power +10-20%||5|
Her weapons of choice are seven swords that hover behind or around her. She appears to have an affinity with fire, as seen in her render and screenshots, where she is wreathed in fiery energy. Explorers fight the summon in the ruins of the Donnyglen, a ship used years ago in previous expeditions.
Her Trance Surge is Worldmaker, which causes a giant dark rift to erupt on the earth.
Amaterasu appears on Triple Triad cards in the version of Triple Triad available via the Final Fantasy Portal App.
Amaterasu, full name Amaterasu-no-Mikoto (literally "August Person who Makes the Heavens Shine"), is the Japanese goddess of the sun, born from the right eye of Izanagi-no-Okami while he was washing himself after his journey into the underworld to rescue his wife Izanami. After her birth, she was assigned to rule the High Plains of Heaven, receiving Izanagi's necklace of rulership as a symbol of this charge. Amaterasu ended up in a long-standing feud with her brother Susano-o, but ironically the two deities' descendents are the ancestors of Jimmu-tenno, the legendary first emperor of Japan.
- Amaterasu's incarnation as an anthropomorphic dog and her attack's title in Final Fantasy Legends: Toki no Suishō are references to the 2006 Clover Studio action adventure series Ōkami.