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Calca and Brina
Amano Calcobrena
Sprite(s) Calcaff4tayportrait Brinaff4TAYportrait FF4TAYPSP Calca Portrait FF4TAYPSP Brina Portrait

Brina portrait android Calca portrait android

Cal-ffiv Brena-ffiv Calco-ffiv-gba Brina-ffiv-gba
Calca Sprite Brina Sprite Calca-PSP-BattleSprite Brina-PSP-BattleSprite
TAY Calca Field TAY Brina Field TAY PSP Calca Field TAY PSP Brina Field
Japanese Name Calca, Brina
Kana カルコ, ブリーナ
Romaji Karuko, Burīna
Job Doll
Skill Jive (Calca)
Dance (Brina)
Birthplace Dwarven Castle
Laterality Right-handed (both)
Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Character
Male doll given life by the mechanical genius, Luca. She uses Calca and his counterpart, Brina, to assist her in battle and in airship repairs.
—Calca's Description
Female doll given life by the mechanical genius, Luca. She uses Brina and her counterpart, Calca, to assist her in battle and in airship repairs.
—Brina's Description

Calca and Brina are enemies in Final Fantasy IV, and playable characters in Final Fantasy IV: The After Years. They are the dolls of Luca, the dwarven princess of the Underworld.



Calca and Brina appear as humanoid dolls. Dialogue in Final Fantasy IV implies the dolls in that game were normal toys, while in The After Years they appear the size of small children. Calca wears blue clothing, while Brina wears red clothing, but in some games these colors are their bodies and they wear no clothes. Their clothing in Final Fantasy IV is identical save for the PSP release, when Calca's body is blue while Brina has a red body with a white skirt.


In Final Fantasy IV, the dolls are generally mocking and playful to the party, taunting that Golbez is on his way and frequently laughing. In The After Years, Calca and Brina have no personality to speak of, with no dialogue attributed to them, and they take no action of their own save for when they malfunction and attack the party. The only hints of sentience in them is during the final battle, when, if Luca is in the party, they think thoughts wishing for her survival and return.


Final Fantasy IVEdit

FF4PSP Calca Enemy
FF4PSP Brina Enemy

Calca and Brina are fought in the Dwarven Castle when Golbez takes control of them. If left alive for long enough, the two merge into the more powerful Calcabrina (called "Calbrena" in the 1991 SNES "Final Fantasy II" U.S. release).

The dolls were originally harmless toys belonging to King Giott's daughter, Luca, who expresses frustration when she learns the dolls were used for evil.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

Luca Calca Brina

Artwork of Calca, Brina, and Luca.

Calca and Brina accompany Luca and Rydia on their journey to protect the remaining crystals. After becoming Cid's apprentice, Luca reconstructs Calca and Brina into full automatons to assist her on the maintenance of the Falcon.

After the Dwarven Castle is attacked they join the party to help Luca and Rydia obtain the Dark Crystal in the Sealed Cave. After retrieving the crystal the party is ambushed by the Mysterious Girl, and Calca and Brina jump in to protect Luca and Rydia from the attack and get damaged. Despite the sacrifice, the crystal is stolen and Rydia and Luca pursue the Mysterious Girl to Baron.

Upon reaching the Overworld, the dolls' circuits go haywire and attack the party. After crashing the Falcon near the town of Agart, Luca is forced to scrap Calca and Brina's bodies to repair it. However, if a Mythril Nut, Mythril Bolt, and Mythril Spring are found, Rydia will give them to Luca so she can repair both the Falcon, and the dolls.

They join Luca and the party who embark on the Lunar Whale to stop the True Moon from crashing into the Earth. Within the moon, Luca and Cid repair the dolls into their perfect forms. After the Creator is defeated, Calca and Brina remain as Luca's assistants.


TAYPSPBattle Calca
TAYPSPBattle Brina


Calca and Brina are statistically the worst characters in the game. Their main stats are significantly lower than the other characters', including the lowest HP growth in the game—along with Leonora they are the only characters to have less than 4,000 HP at Level 99. Between the two, Calca has higher Strength, Stamina and Intelligence, while Brina has higher Speed and Spirit. Their HP and MP growth is roughly equal, and their MP growth is average, allowing them to use their Band abilities regularly.

Calca's Stats
Level HP MP Strength Speed Stamina Intelligence Spirit
1 100 10 4 4 4 4 4
10 227 33 8 7 8 8 5
20 495 68 15 11 15 12 9
30 1036 114 22 16 22 17 14
40 1760 160 29 23 28 23 19
50 2209 288 33 25 34 30 21
60 2636 296 38 28 41 35 24
70 3058 371 43 31 48 41 26
80 3281 407 45 33 50 43 28
90 3535 442 46 34 52 46 29
99 3749 473 47 35 55 48 30

Brina's Stats
Level HP MP Strength Speed Stamina Intelligence Spirit
1 100 10 4 4 4 4 4
10 223 32 7 8 8 5 10
20 496 70 11 15 12 9 15
30 1026 114 16 22 17 14 21
40 1767 161 23 29 23 19 28
50 2211 223 26 33 27 24 32
60 2644 291 29 38 31 28 36
70 3068 359 32 42 35 34 40
80 3298 401 35 44 36 36 41
90 3525 439 37 45 38 37 43
99 3745 467 39 47 39 39 45


FFIV TAY Calca and Brina

Calca and Brina combined into Calcabrina in The After Years.

Calca can use Jive, which casts random Blue Magic spells on random enemies, while Brina uses Dance, which casts random White Magic spells on the entire party.

Calca and Brina can use the following Band abilities:

Band Abilities
Ability Members MP Effect
Calca and Brina
  • Calca (Jive)
  • Brina (Dance)
10 Use a random attack to damage all enemies or heal the party.
Go! Calcabrina!
  • Luca (Analyze)
  • Calca (Jive)
  • Brina (Dance)
10 Combine dolls and command them to attack enemies with fire and lightning.
Mystic Waltz
  • Edward (Bardsong)
  • Calca (Jive)
  • Brina (Dance)
12 The song and dance of three fighters triggers a random effect.
Final Calcabrina
  • Luca
  • Cid
  • Calca
  • Brina
30 Reconfigure dolls into twin Calcabrinas to attack enemies together.


Despite their poor stats and abilities, Calca and Brina's major strength is their exclusive equipment. In Rydia's Tale the player can find "Clothes" equipment for them that boosts their stats, including the Clown Clothes that give a significant +20 Speed. At the end of the game in the final floors of the Depths, the enemies will rarely drop pieces of "Phase" equipment that not only have the best stats of the game, equaling or surpassing the Adamant Equipment and the Phase Cutter having power equal to the Ragnarok, but collectively the five pieces grant +20 to all stats. With the Phase Equipment Calca and Brina can serve as powerful physical attackers, but their random abilities makes them unreliable as mages.

  • Knife
  • Dagger
  • Mythril Knife
  • Dancing Dagger
  • Mage Masher
  • Triton's Dagger
  • Assassin's Dagger
  • Phase Cutter
Shields Head Body Arms
  • Phase Shield
  • Leather Cap
  • Headband
  • Feathered Cap
  • Green Beret
  • Wizard's Hat
  • Steel Headplate
  • Circlet
  • Black Cowl
  • Beret
  • Chakra Band
  • Sage's Miter
  • Goblin Mask
  • Officer's Hat
  • Gold Hairpin *Brina only
  • Hypnocrown
  • Cat-Ear Hood
  • Mystic Veil *Brina only
  • Ribbon
  • Phase Helm
  • Glass Mask
  • Boy's Clothes *Calca only
  • Girl's Clothes *Brina only
  • Clown's Clothes
  • Angel's Clothes
  • Mage's Clothes
  • Warrior's Clothes
  • Final Outfit
  • Phase Body
  • Cursed Ring
  • Ruby Ring
  • Iron Armlet
  • Silver Armlet
  • Rune Armlet
  • Diamond Armlet
  • Protect Ring
  • Phase Knuckle
  • Crystal Ring
  • Flan Ring
  • Sprint Ring
  • Economical Ring
  • Reach Ring
  • Provoke Ring
  • Limit Ring
  • Single Star
  • Twin Stars
  • Rapid Ring
  • Rapid Ring v2
  • Gil Band
  • Gil Band v2
  • Level Band
  • Level Band v2
  • Rare Band
  • Rare Band v2
  • Treasure Hunter
  • Treasure Hunter v2


Final Fantasy IVEdit

Main article: Calcabrina (Boss)

The Calca and Brina dolls are fought in the Dwarven Castle. They will merge into Calcabrina if the player defeats all three of one type of doll while the others are still alive.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

See also: Calca (The After Years) and Brina (The After Years)

Calca and Brina are fought together in a scripted battle on-board of the Falcon upon reaching the Overworld in Rydia's Chapter. Only Luca is usable in this fight, with Rydia being restricted to constantly defending as Luca refuses to let her harm the dolls.

Musical ThemesEdit

"Dancing Doll Calbrena"
Dancing Doll Calcobrena
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Calca and Brina's theme is called "Dancing Calbrena", and it plays during the first part of the battle with Calcabrina and when the party meets Dr. Lugae. In The After Years, it plays during the fight against Calca and Brina, and Ultros. It is also played whenever the band Mystic Waltz or the Lustful Lali-Ho is used, or when battling the Quarto Puppet enemies.

Other AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy TacticsEdit

FFT Calcobrena

Calcobrena is an Artefact. First popular in regions where other forms of amusement were few, the dolls are now many a young girl's treasure. It is said their lifeless eyes harbor the souls of lost owners.

Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit


Calcabrina in Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy.

Calcabrina appears as a summon whose summon ability is Glare that removes the Break status from the opponent when they are suffering from Break. If summoned when the opponent's Brave is recently broken and has not yet begun to regenerate, the opponent will be left at 0 Bravery.

If the opponent has begun to regenerate their Bravery when Calcabrina is called, their Bravery will be whatever it had regenerated to and will stop regenerating. It can be purchased from certain Moogle Shops for 120 KP. The characters Calca and Brina are mentioned in Calcabrina's Summon Compendium entry.

Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

FFRK Calcabrina FFIV

Calcabrina appears as an enemy in Final Fantasy Record Keeper.

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[view  · edit  · purge]Calcabrina is one of the Malebranche demons in Dante's Divine Comedy. His name means "he who can walk on brine".


  • If Calca or Brina are brought in battle against the Creator, the cutscene where the people pray for the party members will not show people praying for the dolls, but rather showcase Luca's own cutscene. They share this trait with Harley and the Eblan Four.

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