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Exodus from Final Fantasy XII.

Most ancient of the scions, created in opposition to Halmarut, the Arbiter, and scion of light. Tasked with keeping watch over the world, with the authority to judge the value of all things. As he watched, unseen, unknown, his attachment to the world dwindled and faded until it was as nothing. Fitting that he would desire to make the world, too, as nothing. Yet he fell in the war against the gods, and was thwarted, imprisoned in punishment for his heresy.

Exodus the Judge-Sal (審判の霊樹エクスデス, Shinpan no Reiju Ekusudesu?, lit. Exdeath the Tree-Spirit Judge) is an Esper from the world of Ivalice. The Esper of Aether, he represents the zodiac sign of Libra, the Scale, and as such Exodus stands upon a platform with a scale. His color sign is orange due to being non-elemental. He is also referred to as the Tula Ascendant, which is the Sanskrit name of its zodiac sign as used in Jyotish (Hindu) astrology.


Final Fantasy XIIEdit


Exodus is found on the highest peak of the Mosphoran Highwaste, in the Empyrean Seat. The player must activate the shrines in a correct order to reach him.



Comet: A non-elemental attack. Its damage is random, between 0 to Exodus's Max HP.

Meteor: A non-elemental attack, and Exodus's ultimate attack. Exodus stands on a crystalline pinnacle and, charging two small meteorites, he launches them into the atmosphere. A giant meteorite plunges through the clouds and detonates above its target. Its damage is random.

License informationEdit

  • Required License Points - 50 LP
  • Required Mist Charges - 2

Gambit informationEdit

Priority Condition Action
1 Remaining time < 10 seconds + status Immobilize Meteor
2 Foe: nearest visible Comet
Priority Condition Action
1 Remaining time < 10 seconds Meteor
2 Foe: nearest visible Comet
3 Ally: HP < 100% Curaja


Attack 97 97
Defense 53 57
Magick Defense 35 56

Exodus takes half damage from all elements.

Level Max HP Max MP Strength Magic Vitality Speed
1 2,820-2,821 23-25 53 46 26 26
10 2,955-2,978 50-70 58 51 28 28
20 3,200-3,266 90-140 64 57 30 30
30 3,515-3,638 131-212 70 63 33 33
40 3,813-3,990 181-302 76 69 35 35
50 4,289-4,555 224-378 82 75 37 37
60 4,709-5,053 264-448 88 81 40 40
70 4,947-5,333 294-498 94 87 42 42
80 5,222-5,657 324-548 44 99 92 44
90 5,597-6,101 344-578 99 98 47 47
99 6,020-6,603 353-587 99 99 49 49
Level Max HP Max MP Strength Magic Vitality Speed
1 3,975-3,976 258-262 36 47 26 26
10 4,177-4,212 312-352 41 52 28 28
20 4,545-4,644 392-492 47 58 31 30
30 5,017-5,202 474-636 53 64 34 33
40 5,464-5,730 574-816 59 70 36 35
50 6,178-6,577 660-968 65 76 39 37
60 6,808-7,324 740-999 71 82 42 40
70 7,165-7,744 800-999 77 88 45 42
80 7,578-8,230 860-999 82 93 47 44
90 8,140-8,896 900-999 88 99 50 47
99 8,775-9,649 918-999 94 99 53 49


Name Range Target CT*Charge Time Type Element Power
Comet 12 Single 16 Magick None
Meteor 12 Circle 8 35 Magick None
Name Range Target CT*Charge Time Type Element Power
Attack 2 Single 30 Attack None 97
Curaja 10 Circle 10 23 Magick None 120
Ardor 10 Circle 8 23 Magick Fire 173
Comet 12 Single 15 Magick None
Meteor 12 Circle 10 0 Magick None

Status EffectsEdit


  • Ignore Weather & Landscape
  • Ignore Vitality
  • Ignore Weather & Landscape
  • Ignore Reflect

Final Fantasy XII InternationalEdit

Exodus can cast Curaja and Ardor, and has gained Null Vitality and Piercing Magick augments.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant WingsEdit


Exodus Portrait RW
Judge-Sal who metes out justice from the heavens.
—In-Game Description

Exodus returns, along with the other Espers. He is the Rank III Flying Earth Yarhi fought in Mission 68: Destiny in the Stars in Gugoza Falls. The party goes there to watch shooting stars, which reveal themselves to be none other than Exodus. When the Judge-Sal is defeated, Fran gains her Quickening, Gaze of the Void.

Final Fantasy Tactics AdvanceEdit


Exodus in FFTA

Exodus is a totema of the viera race obtained by fighting him in the dimensional rift. When summoned, Exodus is less damaging to viera. His attacks do damage to MP instead of HP.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the RiftEdit

TA2 Exodus appears as a Scion. He can be called by anyone equipping the Gift of the Judge-Sal when the Smash Gauge is orange. His attack is Meteor, which does 999 damage to a single target.

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Final Fantasy Trading Card GameEdit



Exodus appears in Final Fantasy Trading Card Game with a dark-elemental card.



Exodus is actually Exdeath, the main antagonist of Final Fantasy V, and his name and title relate to Exdeath's origin. Exodus's body resembles Exdeath's knight form, albeit with a different head. The twisted roots and branches that surround Exodus reflect Exdeath's origin as a sentient tree. Exodus's goal to reduce the world to a state of nothingness is identical to that of Neo Exdeath.

It is unknown whether this is a mistranslation or a more accurate translation of the original name. As the name "Exodus" has appeared consistently in recent Final Fantasy games, it is at least an alternate translation.

Exodus's title is the "Judge-Sal," in which "Sal" refers to a type of tree native to Northern India.

The Exodus (from Greek ἔξοδος exodos, "going out") is the charter story of Israel; its message being the Israelites were delivered from slavery by God and therefore belong to him through the covenant. It tells of the enslavement of the Israelites in Egypt following the death of Joseph, their departure under the leadership of Moses, the revelations at Sinai, and their wanderings in the wilderness up to the borders of Canaan.

He is also referred to as the Tula Ascendant, which is the Sanskrit name of its zodiac sign as used in Jyotish (Hindu) astrology.

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