|Age||10 (Final Fantasy XII)|
11 (Revenant Wings)
|Revenant Wings character|
- “I'm gonna learn to fly all by myself! I wanna fly higher than anyone's ever flown before!”
Filo is a supporting character Final Fantasy XII and a playable character in Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings. A street urchin, she hangs out with her friends in Lowtown and pretends to be a sky pirate. When first encountered, she will asks her friend to go look for her in a game of hide and seek. After the conversation is over, she can be found in front of Old Dalan's Place.
Appearance and PersonalityEdit
In Final Fantasy XII, Filo has silverish brown bobbed hair with evenly cut bangs divided more to the right. She wears a short-cropped caramel-cream fitting top with white laces, a pair of silver armlets, and out-spread caramel-cream baggy pants, along with a brown leather belt wrapped with dark brown straps. Her footwear consists of gray straps which cover her shanks, and a pair of tan-colored loafers.
In Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings, Filo has chin-length straight brown hair and goggles on her forehead. She has brown eyes. She wears a pink vest and pink-and-white gloves, yellow shorts with a flower print, and a belt and a pouch. She always carries her Skybandit with her, which she uses to move, and is attached to her ankle by a strap.
Filo is often upbeat, enthusiastic, energetic and hasty. She is all about training to be a real sky pirate and wishes to soar the sky on her own. According to a few of her friends, she is strict and Filo punishes her friends by giving them extra training to make up for ignoring their training to go play. She is confident and bold, quite opposed to Kytes.
Filo lives in Lowtown and is friends with Kytes. She is part of the Buccaneer's Battalion. When a strange woman with amnesia wanders to Rabanastre Filo is among the kids to help Vaan solve the mystery.
- “Another orphan from lowtown, Filo follows faithfully in Vaan's footsteps. She still bears the emotional scars of the war, but she doesn't let them interfere with her dream of becoming a sky pirate.”
- —Revenant Wings instruction booklet
Along with Kytes, Filo joins Vaan on his new adventure, and when Galbana arrives outside Rabanastre, she tags along to inspect it. When the Galbana turns out to be an airship that takes the trio to Lemurés and they run into an aegyl Llyud, the three decide to help him protecting his homeland and become familiar with the Espers native to the Lemurés, known as Yarhi by the aegyl. Filo develops a crush on Llyud and after Sky Saloon on the Galbana is opened, Filo lets Vaan decorate the central fountain with mementos.
- See also: List of Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings Weapons#Filo's Skybandit's, List of Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings Armor#Filo's Vests, and List of Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings Accessories#Filo's Earrings
Filo is a flying character and she wields Skybandits, the equivalent of a flying surfboard. She uses "traps" that lower enemy stats, as well as some boost abilities. Her traps can be placed anywhere on the map. Her Quickening, Wind Soul, boosts the speed of all allies, causing no wait time for skills for a time. It can be obtained by defeating Mateus in "Mission 6-4: Audience at the Auralith".
|Sonic Wave||2||Deal damage to multiple foes.|
|Defense Snare||7||Set trap to lower Stamina and Mind.|
|Glide||12||Increase group's movement speed.|
|Speed Snare||18||Set trap to lower Speed and movement speed.|
|Decoy Bit||25||Divert damage from the group to the decoy.|
|Power Snare||33||Set trap to lower Strength and Magick.|
|Overdrive||42||Temporarily increase all attributes, then decrease them by the same amount.|
|Wind Soul||Earned after beating Mateus in Mission 28||Allow allies to act immediately.|
Filo appears in the trading card game with a wind-elemental card showcasing her official Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings artwork. She has the wind-element as she is a flying unit in Revenant Wings, utilizing a hover board.
Phyllo is Greek for "leaf". It is also the name of a Greek pastry, which is made up of tissue-thin layers. Phyllo is also spelled as filo.