Final Fantasy X-2 Enemy

Leblanc is a boss in Final Fantasy X-2. She is fought three times throughout the game. Twice with Logos and Ormi, and once on her own.

Battle StrategiesEdit

First EncounterEdit

The sphere hunter who tried to pass herself off as Yuna at a concert. She specializes in fan attacks and magic.

Yuna is forced to switch to the Songstress dressphere and use Darkness Dance the whole battle. While Leblanc has Darkness on her, she will almost never hit with physical attacks. She can still use Thunder, which is fairly strong.

Rikku and Paine should hit her with regular attacks and if she hits someone with Thunder too much, they can heal with Potions.

Second EncounterEdit

Worried that Yuna and team are onto her little following act. She's taking things up a notch this time with Sonic Fan, an attack that hits multiple targets with shock waves.

Leblanc hasn't gotten much stronger, but this battle is harder because Logos and Ormi are with her. It's good to still have a Songstress, because Darkness still affects them all. The other two party members should focus their attacks on Leblanc while the Songstress dances. Leblanc should be taken down first, because her attacks can hit the entire party.

Third EncounterEdit

Livid at the thought that a sphere she found for Nooj has been tampered with. She can hit multiple targets as well as perform combination attacks with Logos and Ormi.

This is the final time the Gullwings have to fight Leblanc. Once again, she is with Logos and Ormi. She is stronger since the last time she was fought. This time, the party should to take down Logos first, since he has the least amount of health and Russian Roulette, which can inflict any status ailment. If all three members are alive, they may use the No Love Lost combo, which deals heavy damage.

The player can use Grenades (preferably not Budget Grenades), which can do about 300 damage to each member of the syndicate, which is about 1/4 of her HP. It is better to use them quickly, because they will use Not-So-Mighty-Guard, which will reduce the damage done.



Leblanc (pronounced leh-blonk) is a contracted form of le blanc, "the white" in French. Blanc is the masculine form of the adjective; blanche is the feminine form.

Given her thieving nature, she may also be named after Maurice Leblanc, author of the novels about the master thief, Arsène Lupin.

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