Arcane Magick (裏魔法, Ura Mahō?, lit. Nether Magic), also called Ultimate Magic and Arcane Magicks, is a type of magick that deals with direct damage or negative status effects that distort the judgment of either ally or foe.
Arcane Magicks spells inflict direct damage or negative status effects that distort the judgment of either ally or foe.
In the International Zodiac Job System version, Arcane Magick can only be used by the Red Mage job. Many Arcane Magick have been moved into the Time Magick category. Also, the powerful Fire-elemental spell, Ardor, has been moved into the Arcane Magick category.
Ultima, the High Seraph primary action ability is called Arcane Magicks.
The formula for damage is as follows:
|PS Name||PSP Name||Description||MP Cost||Range||Effect||Speed|
|Ultima||Magick that inflicts damage with pure energy.|
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|Skill||Weapon Learned From||Effect||Range||AP To Master||MP Use|
|Syphon||Terre Rod||Drains MP from a unit; User regains HP equal to amount drained.||4||300||12|
|Death||Heretic Rod||Instant Death on a unit (fully heals undead).||3||450||16|
|Gravity||Force Rod||Deals damage equal to 1/4 of target's current HP.||3||250||12|
|Drain||Sleet Rod||Drains HP from a unit; User regains HP equal to damage dealt.||4||300||12|
|Graviga||Stardust Rod||Deals damage equal to half of target's current HP.||3||450||22|
|Lv.3 Dark||Flame Rod||Dark-elemental damage to all units with level that is a multiple of 3.||All possible units||450||8|
|Lv.5 Haste||Lilith Rod||Bestows Haste to all units with level that is a multiple of 5.||All possible units||450||8|
|Lv.? Shadow Flare||Bomb Arm||Dark damage to units with same last digit in their level as caster. Also effects caster.||All possible units||450||20|
magic. Magick, in the context of Aleister Crowley's Thelema, is a term used to differentiate the occult from stage magic and is defined as "the Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with Will", including both "mundane" acts of will as well as ritual magic.Magick is an Early Modern English spelling for