Both Ramza and Delita are featured in Akihiko Yoshida's key visual for version 4.1 The Legend Returns. In the game itself, Delita is described as a legendary figure with a story similar to that of his counterpart in Tactics, having fought to become the king of Ivalice.
Delita is referred to as "Haeralis the Brave" in the description of an accessory found in Leá Monde. Although the reference is offhand and short, the choice of the adjective "Brave" may indicate that King Delita is still considered a hero in Vagrant Story's region and era.
Ramza's childhood friend. Lost his parents at a young age, at which point he and his sister Tietra were taken in by House Beoulve. Certain events have led him and Ramza to part company.
Delita appears as a summonable Legend depicted in his default Final Fantasy Tactics outfit. His abilities are Judgment Blade and Northswain's Glow. He was first introduced in the event, "Final Fantasy Tactics The Lost Truth - Parts 1 & 2", in which he was a supporting character on a special stage called a Tactics Stage. In the Tactics Stage, Delita was only seen, heard and mentioned after clearing the stage.
- Ability Cards
- Legend Cards
Delita appears as an obtainable card in his squire outfit.
Ramza's childhood friend Delita lost his parents at a young age, and together with his younger sister Tietra, was taken in by House Beoulve. He and Ramza later had a bitter falling out.
Delita is a playable character who could initially be recruited during the Challenge Event To Have and Have Not. He was the First Time Reward for completing the event's Ziekden Fortress on Classic difficulty.
Delita is a Squire, whose combat role is Physical Attack.
Delita lines up as the Tactics delegation's defender despite his combat role stating the opposite. He has a typical Knight's profile: good HP growth, excellent Attack and Defense development, good equipment choices, and a knightly skillset; but hardly much else. Absent Marach, it will be up to Delita's Spellblades to expose and exploit foes' elemental faults.
- Record Spheres
|Job||S.Lv 1||S.Lv 2||S.Lv 3||S.Lv 4||S.Lv 5|
|Warrior||+1 ATK||+70 HP||+1 DEF||+1 ATK||+2 ATK|
|Knight||+1 DEF||+1 ATK||+100 HP||+1 DEF||+2 DEF|
|Red Mage||+1 DEF||+1 ATK||+1 DEF||+60 HP||+2 ATK|
|Gladiator*Requires mastery of Warrior's Record Sphere.||+3 ATK||+3 DEF||+200 HP||+4 ATK||+3% Sword Damage|
|Paladin*Requires mastery of Warrior and Knight's Record Spheres.||+3 ATK||+3 DEF||+4 ATK||+250 HP||+6 RES|
|Spellblade*Requires mastery of Knight and Red Mage's Record Spheres.||+3 ATK||+3 DEF||+170 HP||+6 ATK||+6% Spellblade Ability Damage|
His default Soul Break is Rush, which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment deals physical damage to one target.
He can equip accessories.
A young man who appears in the tales of holy stones known as auracite in the distant world of Ivalice. Delita served the widely respected House of Beoulve, into which he and his sister Tietra had been adopted following the death of their severely ill parents. Once taken in, he became fast friends with Ramza, a son of the head of the house, Barbaneth Beoulve. It was Delita's adoptive father who would push him and Ramza to join the exclusive Gariland Royal Military Akademy. The two friends gradually formed a bond which transcended the social gap that originally separated them.
Delita appears as a vision obtainable through summoning. He is available in two variants: the first based in his Chapter 1 appearance simply called "Delita" (ディリータ, Dirīta?) released during the Orbonne Monastery Vaults event, while the second—currently Japan-exclusive—variant is based on his Chapter 2 outfit, called "Knight Delita" (騎士ディリータ, Kishi Dirīta?).
Delita is a 5-6★ Rare Summon, whose job is listed as Squire, and his battle roles are that of Physical Damage and Support. His Trust Master reward is the Moonblade sword. He has no natural element or status resistances. His awakening materials are as follows: Fairies' Writ x20, Rainbow Bloom x10, Calamity Writ x10, Prismatic Horn x5, Divine Crystal x5
He can equip accessories.
Delita also has a exclusive ability materia: Crush Armor, which enables him to deal physical damage (1.9x) to a single target and decreases its DEF and SPR by 40% for the duration of 3 turns. It was available during the Orbonne Monastery Vaults event at King Mog's reward shop.
In both rarities, Delita has four ability slots, but no magic affinity.
|Traits (Special - Active)|
Delita has three abilities that can be awakened: Helm Break, Shield Break, and Meditate.
Awakening Helm Break and Shield Break will have the same effect on both abilities. While they normally decrease the enemy's stats by 40%, their potency will be incremented to 50% (Awaken +1) and to 65% (Awaken +2) with the enhancements. They both require Power crysts as materials.
Meditate's first enhancement will decrease the MP cost from 57 to 42. The seond enhancement will increase the stat boost potency from 45% to 65% and will add the effect of granting the Refresh status to the party. As such, all allies will recover (20 MP, 0.5x) for the duration of 5 turns. Its required awakening materials are Support crysts.
Delita's stats at his highest levels are as follows (with no passive abilities taken into account), along with the maximum amount of stat points that can be increased through pot-enhancements:
|Rarity||Level||HP||MP||ATK||DEF||MAG||SPR||Drop Check*Maximum burst stone drops per hit|
|5★||80||2698 (+240)||118 (+40)||114 (+24)||97 (+16)||92 (+16)||90 (+16)||10|
|6★||100||3507 (+390)||153 (+65)||148 (+34)||126 (+26)||119 (+26)||117 (+26)||12|
- Limit Bursts
|5★||Lightning Stab||Base (Level 1): Damage dealt (2.5x); chance of inflicting Silence (40%)|
Max (Level 20): Damage dealt (3.45x); chance of inflicting Silence (59%)
|6★||Lightning Stab||Base (Level 1): Damage dealt (2.7x); chance of inflicting Silence (50%)|
Max (Level 25): Damage dealt (3.9x); chance of inflicting Silence (74%)
Delita appears on a Triple Triad card in the version available via Final Fantasy Portal App.
Delita appears as a card in the Ivalice Special Arena has a limited-time special arena with eighteen floors.