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XIII-2

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Focus on restoring HP and removing status ailments.
—Paradigm description

Medic (ヒーラー, Hīrā?, lit. Healer) is a role in Final Fantasy XIII-2 whose focus is healing the party's HP and recovering it from negative status effects.

AI mechanicsEdit

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Role bonusEdit

The Enhanced Role ability adds 1 rank; if the wearer has no boosts they would instead be treated as having Bonus Boost I and so forth.

Role Status Self Bonus Ally Bonus
Starting Healing: +10% Healing: +5%
Bonus Boost I Healing: +20% Healing: +5%
Bonus Boost II Healing: +30% Healing: +8%
Enhanced Medic Healing: +35% Healing: +10%

AbilitiesEdit

Stock a set of commands focused on healing allies.

Auto-healEdit

Playable charactersEdit

Ability ATB Role Level
Serah Noel
Cure 1 1 1
Restore target's HP.
Cura 2 29
Restore HP to target and nearby allies.
Curasa 1 20 15
Restore HP to target proportional to amount of damage target has taken.
Curaja 2 35
Restore HP to target and nearby allies proportional to amount of damage each has taken.
Esuna 2 10 8
Remove target's two most recently inflicted status ailment.
Raise 3 30 22
Revive an ally from KO.

Paradigm PackEdit

Ability ATB Effect Monster (level)
Cure 1 Restore target's HP. Cait Sith (1), Exoray (1)
Cura 2 Restore HP to target and nearby allies. Flanitor (1), White Chocobo (3), Cait Sith (66)
Curasa 1 Restore HP to target proportional to amount of damage target has taken. Green Chocobo (29)
Curaja 2 Restore HP to target and nearby allies proportional to amount of damage each has taken. Hidden: Infuse 99+ levels of SEN
Esuna 2 Remove target's two most recently inflicted status ailment. White Chocobo (15)
Esunada Remove most recently inflicted status ailment from all allies. Flanitor (34)
Raise 3 Revive an ally from KO. Green Chocobo (22)
Cheer 3 Boost the Feral Link gauge. Green Chocobo (4)

TriviaEdit

  • Noel expands the most in the Medic role despite Serah having a higher Magic stat and appearing more fit for casting roles. However, since Noel has a slower casting rate, Serah may be the better Medic, depending on the player's healing preferences.
  • The name of the item "Healer's Emerald", an item that boosts the Medic role bonus, may come from the Japanese name for the Medic: Healer.
  • In contrast to Final Fantasy XIII, Curasa no longer restores only 1 HP when the target's HP is full.
  • Both Cura and Curaja have had their potency reduced since Final Fantasy XIII.
  • Lightning doesn't have a Medic-oriented role in the "Requiem of the Goddess" DLC scenario.
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