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Cause the target to become delirious and act irrationally.
Causes foes to turn on each other.
The spell can be bought at Elfheim and can be learned by the Black Mage, Black Wizard, Red Mage, Red Wizard, and Ninja job classes. In the Dawn of Souls, 20th Anniversary Edition, and iOS releases, it costs 15 MP to cast.
Confuse is a Black Magic spell which inflicts the Confuse status effect on one or all enemies. The success rate increases with the spell's level. Any character can learn Confuse by having them use the Confuse Tome (called the Confuse Scroll in the Origins release).
|Effect||Allows the target to learn Confuse when used outside of battle. Casts Confuse VIII on all enemies when used in battle.|
|Drop||Fire Gigas, Li'l Murderer, Thunder Gigas, Twin Heads|
Confuse (also called Confu) is a level 4 White Magic spell that can be bought in Northeast Saronia, Doga's Village, and Gysahl for 3,000 gil. Confuse can also be cast through the Lamia Scale item and through the weapon Faerie Claws. It has a 25% accuracy of inflicting Confusion to one or all enemies.
Confuse (Charm in the earlier release) is a White Magic spell. It has a casting time of 1. In the 2D releases it costs 10 MP to cast, in the 3D versions it costs 5 MP. It can be learned by child Rydia at level 8 in the 3D versions, Rosa at level 24, and Porom at level 25. In the 2D versions it has a 75% accuracy. In the 3D versions it has 60% accuracy.
Confuse is a level 3 White Magic spell that costs 4 MP to cast and can be bought for 650 gil at Karnak and Jachol. Confuse can be used by Apanda, Byblos, Carbuncle, Black Warlock, Imp, Omniscient, Sorcerer, Tiny Mage, and Wendigo.
The player may utilize this ability by catching and releasing a Mindflusher, Mini Satana, or the Imp at either Great Forest of Moore or Exdeath's Castle. It also is one of the spells that can be cast from the Wonder Wand for free.
Inflicts confusion on the target.
Confuse is an Effect spell that costs 8 MP to cast, and is learned at a x7 rate from Cait Sith, though Celes can learn it naturally at level 32 (although there is a bug that prevents her from learning it in the original versions; see blow). It has a hit rate of 94 and is vulnerable to Runic. Confuse is an Added Ability to the Angel Brush weapon. The spell is used in the first fight with Kefka, Level 20 Magic, Magic, Wizard, and Abaddon.
On the SNES version, and possibly other versions, Celes doesn't learn Confuse from level averaging. If Celes levels up past or to 32 due to level averaging, but does not reach at least 40, she will learn Haste but not Confuse.
Both Haste and Confuse are supposed to be learned at level 32, but due to the way her natural spell list is ordered and the way the list is sorted during level averaging, Confuse is lost because Berserk is learned at level 40. This is due to Berserk being stuck between Haste and Confuse.
This is due to Celes's learning spell list order:
- Level 32 Haste
- Level 40 Berserk
- Level 32 Confuse
Confu is the level 1 spell on the Mystify Materia and costs 18 MP to cast. It has a 60% chance of inflicting the target with Confusion. Mystify can be bought from Gongaga or Rocket Town for 6,000 gil. The enemy Scissors (Lower) and the boss Helletic Hojo can use the spell, though Helletic Hojo will only cast the spell if both of his arms are alive.
Casting Confuse in battle increases compatibility with Doomtrain by 1 and with Siren by 0.6, but lowers compatibility with Cerberus and Carbuncle by 0.2. When Magic Booster is used in the 2013 PC re-release, the player's inventory gains 100 Confuse spells, among other basic spells.
|Draw from||Level 1-100: Imp|
Level 20-100: Belhelmel, Ochu
Level 30-100: Blobra, Funguar
|Draw points||Centra Excavation Site, Lunatic Pandora|
|Refine||ST Mag-RF: Betrayal Sword x1 = Confuse x20|
|no effect||no effect||Confuse (ability) (Status) +1.0%||Confuse (ability) (Status) +1.0%|
Causes Confuse, which makes single/multiple targets erratic.
The White Magic spell Confuse inflicts the Confusion status. Dagger can learn Confuse from the Asura's Rod or Lamia's Tiara for 35 AP, and it costs 8 MP to cast. It can be reflected and works with Return Magic. The Cactuar enemy and Quale can also use the spell. It has 50% accuracy.
Confuse is a Dark Knight Arcana spell that requires 30 AP to learn. It requires Demi to be mastered first, and costs 12 MP to cast. It can also be used by equipping the Chaos Shock accessory as well as equipping the Raging Giant Garment Grid.
Fran is able to use the ability Confusion Arrow to inflict Confuse on one foe. Lamias are able to inflict Confuse on their foes with their attack Entice. Confusega is a spell used by Gijuk that inflicts Confusion on all enemies within range.
A spellblade technique that causes the target to lose their rational nature and perform random actions.
"Infuse a bug's mind into the soul! Confuse!"
Confuse is an ability learned by the Templar job for 200 JP. It inflicts Confuse to one target with a range of 4 for 14 MP.
Confu is a White Magic spell that can inflict confusion on an enemy or cure an ally's confusion. It cost 16 MP to use, and it can be bought for 1700 GP in Muu (Past & Present).
Confuse appears as a Dark Magic spell and costs 2 AP to cast. The spell can be given to any character by having a Confuse Tome in the character's inventory. The spell can only be purchased in Guera and Urbeth for 500 gil.
Shoot a magical missile that has a chance of confusing an enemy, reducing the frequency whit which it can take action.
Non-Final Fantasy Appearances Edit
Kingdom Hearts series Edit
Confuse is a magic spell in a few of the games in the series. In Birth by Sleep and Re:coded, the spell makes enemies attack each other. In Chain of Memories, it makes enemies attack less often. In Dream Drop Distance, it confuses an enemy for six seconds and grants Magic +1 when attached to a Dream Eater recipe.
- Often, when the confused spell is cast, chocobos appear circling around the affected target's head. This is a reference to animated characters who, when dizzy from falling over, have birds spiral around their heads.