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Statues of high summoners in Besaid Temple, from left to right: Lord Gandof, Lord Ohalland, Lady Yocun, and Lord Braska.

In the world of Spira in Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2, high summoner (Original: 大召喚士, dai shōkanshi?, lit. great summoner; International: 高召喚士, kō shōkanshi?), is a title bestowed posthumously on a summoner who completes their pilgrimage, defeats Sin, and brings the Calm.

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Only six summoners ever gained the title of of high summoner. Gandof was the first to be given the title when he defeated Sin 600 years after Sin had first appeared. He was posthumously titled high summoner and his statues were erected at the temples of Yevon. Though the first summoner ever to defeat Sin, Yunalesca, is not referred to as a high summoner, her statue is among the others at temple entrances signifying her as the original annihilator of Sin.

Yuna was able to defeat Sin for good, eliminating the need for summoners and high summoners. Yuna was also, as a result, given the title "high summoner", and is the only high summoner to have the title bestowed upon her while alive, as all summoners before her defeated Sin with the Final Summoning, a ritual that kills the summoner.

List of high summonersEdit

Summoner Fayth for Final Aeon Related Enemy Articles
Yunalesca Zaon Yunalesca (Final Fantasy X)
Chac (Final Fantasy X-2)
Paragon (Final Fantasy X-2)
Gandof Unknown guardian N/A
Ohalland Unknown guardian N/A
Yocun Unknown female guardian N/A
Braska Jecht Braska's Final Aeon (Final Fantasy X)
Yuna None None

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EtymologyEdit

Evocation is the act of calling upon or summoning a spirit, demon, god or other supernatural agent, in the Western mystery tradition. Comparable practices exist in many religions and magical traditions and may employ the use of mind-altering substances with and without uttered word formulas.

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