Hope appeared as a recruitable character. He was of the Visitor race and had Navigator as his main job. His attack was Air Wing and his ability was Last Resort.
Hope makes a cameo appearance as a tutor in the in-game manual. He teaches the player about Assists alongside Fang.
Hope appears as an obtainable character.
A smart but timid boy, this middle school student was on a trip with his mother when they become caught up in the Purge. His mother is lost to him during the battle between Sanctum's forces and those opposing the Purge, and Hope himself is made into a Pulse l'Cie. He hates Snow, blaming NORA's leader for the death of his mother, and works alongside him waiting only for his chance for revenge.
Hope is a purchasable character in the iOS version.
When thrown into tragedy this soft boy turns his anger and grief outward. Struggling to accept his mother's death and his fate as a l'Cie, only when he abandons revenge will this boy take his first steps to manhood.
Hope is an playable character, and is unlocked by collecting White Crystal Shards.
He is a Spell oriented character. His Limit, Last Resort, deals damage in proportion to his Magic and Spirit.
Hope is a summonable Legend in Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade.
- Ability Cards
- Legend Cards
Hope is a playable character who could be recruited during the Challenge Event Chasing Hope as the First Time Reward for completing the event's The Palamecia - Bow stage on the Classic difficulty. He was also available in Fang's Oath.
Hope appears as a vision obtainable through summoning. His job is l'Cie. His trust mastery reward is Nue. He possesses the special abilities MP +20%, DEF +20%, Area Blast and MAG +20%. He possesses the magics Esuna, Firaga, Blizzaga, Thundaga, Deshell, Waterga, Aeroga and Raise. He can exclusively use the Tezcatlipoca and the special abilities Attacker and Defender. His limit burst is Last Resort.
- No. 281: "A boy who appears in the tales of a world where the gods toy with humanity's fate. Hope lived an ordinary life with his loving parents in Cocoon, the floating continent ruled by servants of the gods; beings known as the fal'Cie. Apart from the rebellious attitude toward his father expected of a sensitive adolescent, his life was free of trouble. However, all that changed when he and his mother went on a trip to the seaside town of Bodhum and encountered the turmoil caused by the appearance of a creature from "Pulse." From that moment on, Hope's life would never return to normalcy."
- No. 282: "A boy who appears in the tales of a world where the gods toy with humanity's fate. While Hope was on a trip with his mother in the seaside town of Bodhum, the military found the mysterious "Vestige," prompting the immediate banishment of everyone in the area. Hope then witnessed his mother's death amidst the turmoil, and blamed the young leader of the civilian forces, Snow, for its occurrence. Swearing revenge upon Snow, Hope headed toward the Vestige, where he was eventually cursed as a "l'Cie.""
- —Entries for different versions of Hope.
Hope appears as light-element ability cards and his Final Fantasy XIII attire appears as a costume for Wol.
Hope is featured on multiple cards. One of his cards depicts an FMV shot of him in the Hanging Edge, another is his Final Fantasy XIII CG render, and the other is his Final Fantasy XIII-2 CG render. Alexander's card depicts him with Hope alongside him. He also has a card with his Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII render and his Theatrhythm Final Fantasy artwork. Hope's cards appear within the "Wind" set.
Hope appears on Triple Triad cards in the version available via the Final Fantasy Portal App.