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Invocation is a skillset in Bravely Default. It infuses the power of Summon Magic into the caster to maximize a certain stat or stats. It can be used with the Conjurer job or by equipping the Invocation Job Command.

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Job IM Lv. 1 IM Lv. 2 IM Lv. 3 IM Lv. 4 IM Lv. 5 IM Lv. 6
Conjurer Lv. 1 Lv. 3 Lv. 5 Lv. 8 Lv. 10 Lv. 13

List of Invocation SpellsEdit

Name Level MP Description Location
Girtablulu 1 90 MP Raise your physical defense to maximum for ten turns.
  • The upper limit for P.Def is 150%.
Hresvelgr 2 90 MP Raise your speed and evasion to maximum for ten turns.
  • The upper limit for speed and evasion is 150%.
Ziusindra's Sin 3 90 MP Raise your magic defense to maximum for ten turns.
  • The upper limit for M.Def is 150%
Promethean Fire 4 90 MP Raise your physical attack to maximum for ten turns.
  • The upper limit for P.Atk is 150%.
Deus Ex 5 90 MP Raise your magic attack to maximum for ten turns.
  • The upper limit for M.Atk is 150%.
Susano-o 6 90 MP Raise your critical rate by 500% for ten turns.
  • The upper limit for crit rate is 1000%.

EtymologyEdit

An invocation (from the Latin verb invocare "to call on, invoke, to give") may take the form of: supplication, prayer or spell. A form of possession. Command or conjuration. Self-identification with certain spirits.

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