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Uses healing, aiding and offensive magic.
—Description

The Bishop is a job from Final Fantasy Tactics Advance to bangaa. Bishops are the only magic casters of the bangaa jobs, and as such, do not rely on them too much. Their action ability contains of a mix of offensive, defensive, and status ailment magic. They wield staves to learn their abilities and gain better Magic power than Attack power.

GrowthEdit

Bishops are the bangaa Magic-oriented job, and have the highest MP, Magic Power and Resistance of all the bangaa jobs. Their stats are still mediocre compared to the mages of other races.

HP MP Atk Def Mag Pwr Mag Res Spd
6.1 D+ 4.6 B 7.2 C- 6.8 D+ 8.8 B+ 7.6 C 0.9 D

AbilitiesEdit

PrayerEdit

Bishop command. Sway the battle with prayers.
—Description
Skill Equipment AP MP Range Power
Cura Cure Staff 200 10 4 60
Heals a lot of HP. Deals damage to zombies.
Element: Holy
Dispel Bless Staff 200 12 3
Weakens foe, neutralizing status enhancements.
Holy Nirvana Staff 300 32 3 50
Emits a holy light to deal damage.
Barrier Garnet Staff 300 1 3
Raises weapon defense and magic resistance.
Judge Cheer Staff 300 6 3
Calls forth judge sword to steal judgement points.
Water Spring Staff 200 12 3 34
Envelops target in a damaging sphere of water.
Aero Judge Staff 200 12 3 34
Creates damaging whorl of wind.
Break Snake Staff 200 20 3
Halts metabolization, petrifying target.

ReactionEdit

Skill Equipment Effect AP
Return Magic Black Robe Counters magic attack with the same spell. 300

SupportEdit

Skill Equipment Effect AP
Half MP Light Robe Cuts the amount of MP used for abilities by half. 300

ComboEdit

Skill Equipment Effect AP
Pray Combo Mythril Staff Ranged combo ability for bishops. 100

Other appearancesEdit

Final Fantasy Trading Card GameEdit

Bishop Bangaa TCG

Bishop appears with an Earth-elemental card.

GalleryEdit

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EtymologyEdit

A bishop is an ordained or consecrated member of the Christian clergy who is generally entrusted with a position of authority and oversight.