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DFFOO Dissonant Sonata

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia.

Damage surrounding enemies and possibly inflict Stun
Final Fantasy Type-0 description

Dissonant Sonata (不協和音のソナタ, Fukyōwaon no Sonata?) is a recurring ability in the Final Fantasy series. It is an ability used by Deuce.

Appearances Edit

Final Fantasy Type-0 Edit

Dissonant Sonata is an ability for Deuce that requires 3 AP and is available at level 27. It damages surrounding enemies and possibly inflicts Stun.

Flinchproof Sonata requires 4 AP and is available after learning Dissonant Sonata. It prevents flinching while playing Dissonant Sonata.

Dissonant Sonata: Power ↑ requires 3 AP and is available after learning Dissonant Sonata. It increases the stun rate of Dissonant Sonata.

Dissonant Sonata: AG ↓ requires 4 AP and is available after learningDissonant Sonata. It reduces the AG cost of Dissonant Sonata.

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Etymology Edit

Sonata, in music, means a piece played as opposed to a cantata, a piece sung.