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Final Fantasy X-2 Enemy
Anima
アニマ (Anima)
FFX2-Anima
None
Statistics
Level HP MP
43 36,000 9,999
Strength Magic Defense
32 84 33
M. Defense Agility Accuracy
42 133 5
Evasion Luck
0 0
EXP AP Gil
6,000 15 2,000
Elemental affinities
Fire Lightning Water
Halves Halves Halves
Ice Gravity Holy
Halves Absorb Weak
Location Farplane
Chapter(s) 5
Common Steal Fury Shock
Rare Steal Fury Shock
Gil Steal 4,000
Common Drop Tetra Band
Rare Drop Tetra Band
Bribe Amount N/A
Common Bribe None
Rare Bribe None
Abilities Pain, Oblivion, Attack
Blue Bullet None
Status Resist Zantetsu (110)
Status Immunity All
Other Information This enemy does not Oversoul.
An aeon that once fought alongside Yuna.
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Anima is a boss in Final Fantasy X-2. She is an aeon fought on the road to the Farplane.

BattleEdit

Anima can use Oblivion and Pain. Instead of being instant death like in Final Fantasy X, Pain this time inflicts non-elemental damage and various status effects; namely Silence, Blind, Itchy and reducing Strength, Defense, Magic, Magic Defense, Accuracy, and Evasion by 1 level.

It is best to protect the party by equipping Ribbons. Anima is weak against Holy, so a Warrior's Excalibur and Yuna's Trainer with Kogoro Holy deal heavy damage. Dark Knight's Darkness ability also works well. Another effective strategy is to use any special dressphere to render the fight somewhat trivial.

Fiend ArenaEdit

Anima can be added to the fiend arena by capturing an Aranea enemy in Bevelle with an L pod and raising it by 5 levels, then releasing it. The player may need to encounter Aranea in battle before this can occur.

GalleryEdit

Related EnemiesEdit

Final Fantasy XEdit

EtymologyEdit

[view  · edit  · purge]Anima is a feminine Latin noun for "soul" or "breath". Ancient Romans believed that one's anima resided in the chest; when a person died, his or her soul escaped from the body with the breath. Anima was associated with emotion and the heart; its metaphysical counter part, animus, was manifested in the brain and in one's sense of logic.

In Jungian psychology, the Anima can be defined as two things:

  • One's inner self, which is in contact with the subconscious, as opposed to one's outward persona.
  • The subconscious (yet partially conscious) female psychological qualities, which Jung said reside in all males and is usually an aggregate of a man's mother, but may also incorporate aspects of sisters, aunts, and other important female figures.

May also refer to the Anima Sola, or lonely soul in Roman Catholicism. Usually pictured as a soul in Purgatory, she has chains that have bound her wrists, which when broken mean she has repented for her sins. The Anima Sola requires not only divine assistance but also the help from the living.

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