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Prishe
Prishe
Portrait(s)
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Kana プリッシュ
Rōmaji Purisshu
Japanese Name Prishe
Original Game Final Fantasy XI
Story Difficulty
EX Mode Two-Hour Ability
EX Burst The Five Lights
Japanese Voice Actor Aya Hirano
English Voice Actor Julie Nathanson
Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy Character
A spunky lass who uses a rough form of hand-to-hand combat in battles. Prishe enjoys exploring the world freely with her child-like, rowdy behavior and rude words.
—Description

Prishe is a secret playable character in Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy, appearing with Shantotto as the second representative of Final Fantasy XI. A confident, foul-mouthed, tomboyish Elvaan woman, she is a combination Monk and White Mage and also fights with magic and weapon skills. In her world, she was once intended to be the vessel for Promathia, the Twilight God, until the darkness inside of her was crystallized, turning her immortal. Along with Selh'teus, Prishe was instrumental in Promathia's destruction. Like Shantotto, Prishe is a Warrior of Cosmos and, as a secret character, she has no impact on the main storyline and no villain opposing her. However, she is mostly responsible for recruiting the Warrior of Light to Cosmos's side.

In order to unlock her as a playable character, the player is first required to beat the entirety of the Dissidia 012 storyline, then complete the first chapter of the 013 story. After this has been accomplished, the player will need to go to the "Reports" section and beat all of the scenarios in "Report 8." Doing all of this will unlock both Prishe and Gilgamesh in the PP Store for purchase as playable characters, which costs 300 PP each.

AppearanceEdit

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Prishe is a female Elvaan with long lavender hair, pointed ears, and blue eyes. She wears black shorts with a black top and frilly purple sleeves, a gold and silver peineta on her head, and tan boots. She also bears a blue crystal amulet on her chest.

Prishe's first alternate outfit "Custom Corsage+" recolors her top and sleeves white, her ribbon blue, her amulet red, and her boots and shirt black and white.

Prishe's second alternate outfit "Magna Top" is based on the Magna Top and Magna Shorts from the Sunbreeze Festival event in Final Fantasy XI, which takes place during real-life summertime. Prishe wears brown sandal-boots and a bikini-like blue and brown top. Rather than the blue bikini bottom present in the original Magna attire, Prishe retains her frilly black shorts.

Prishe's manikin, the Horror of Antiquity, is brown.

StoryEdit

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In an unspecified previous war, Prishe, a Warrior of Cosmos at the time, arrives back at Order's Sanctuary from her daily patrol just after Shantotto defeats Gabranth. Shantotto accuses Prishe of using her patrols as an excuse to wander and explore the world, which Prishe's reaction confirms. Before Shantotto can continue, Prishe runs off, stating that she'll bring her back a souvenir.

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Prishe about to fight Garland.

Sometime later, Prishe ends up at the Chaos Shrine and vents her boredom with the world, having explored most of it. As she's about to leave she feels an unfamiliar presence nearby and discovers the Warrior of Light, who is shining brightly. She questions his identity and allegiance, but before she can get useful answers, Garland appears, baffled by the Warrior's appearance, and attempts to take the Warrior from Prishe. Prishe fends off Garland and leaves with the Warrior. Returning with the Warrior, Prishe asks Cosmos to make him one of her chosen warriors, concerned with what may happen to him if Chaos were to capture him. While the Goddess is unsure at first, both Prishe and Shantotto convince her to do so.

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Prishe telling the Warrior that memories don't matter.

Later at the Empyreal Paradox, Prishe and the Warrior begin to discuss the Warrior's lack of memories. While the Warrior claims that he does not need memories, and that as long as he fights he has a use, Prishe argues that emotions are more important and that he should take strength from them. The talk of memories reminds Prishe that the Warrior doesn't remember his own name. She sits down on the ground for several moments in contemplation before jumping up and running to the Warrior, saying she knows exactly what they'll call him.

Even though the Warrior no longer has any memories of Prishe due to his multiple purifications, the lessons she taught him are responsible for shaping his personality. This is best seen when he is talking to Bartz at the Empyreal Paradox, with the latter wanting to give him a name. The Warrior refuses, claiming that he has a faint of memory of someone calling him by name, and not wanting that memory to be lost to a new identity.

Confessions of the CreatorEdit

After the player defeats the Southern Lufenia Gateway to access the northern continents, Prishe can be found wandering north-east of the Pravoka teleport stone, provided she is not currently in the player's party. When spoken to she says that nothing they think or do matters as it will eventually be lost and forgotten, and fighting is what equalizes everyone. As the world of Confessions of the Creator is a hypothetical nightmare world where the cycles of war kept going and Feral Chaos killed all summoned warriors, this Prishe is likely a spectre of the Prishe of this alternate world. She vanishes when the player advances past the Mirage Sandsea to the Lands of Discord.

Official QuestsEdit

In "Gilgamesh's Quest 000: From the Interdimensional Rift", Gilgamesh finds his way back to World B and comes across Prishe. Prishe asks if he is a warrior for Chaos or Cosmos, and Gilgamesh misunderstands and declares himself "a chaos warrior". Taking his mention of an archenemy to refer to her, Prishe and Gilgamesh battle, and afterwards Prishe witnesses Gilgamesh be consumed by a portal to the Rift. She reports the incident to Shantotto, eventually motivating the mage to find her own way into the Rift to escape the cycle. In "Prishe's Quest 000: The Defeat of Cosmos", Prishe battles Gabranth, and though she is victorious Gabranth reveals he was merely buying time for Garland to dispatch Cosmos. Prishe fades away from the cycles with the goddess's death, her last words bidding farewell to the Warrior of Light and telling him to not forget his name.

BattleEdit

See also: Prishe/Dissidia/Quotes

Prishe is described as a Combo Blitzer, fighting using weapon skills from Final Fantasy XI. Similar to Onion Knight, Prishe can preset certain follow-ups to her melee Bravery attacks in the menu, allowing her to chain any two of her melee attacks together. This gives Prishe a high degree of versatility and customization. Additionally, combining certain attacks in this way can result in a Skillchain that adds an extra hit thus increasing the damage done. Prishe is also one of the fastest characters in the game, and the third-fastest while in EX Mode, trailing only Feral Chaos and Tidus in their own EX Modes. However, her HP attacks are a bit slow, and though she has some charging attacks she is most proficient in close-quarters combat. Between the two monks, Prishe is more suited for aggressive and head-on gameplay, despite her need for customization, while Tifa leans more on analysis and timing.

CP and AP costs for Prishe's follow-up attacks are shared between base attacks, so once Prishe masters a follow-up under one base Bravery attack, it is mastered under all of them. Of her base Bravery attacks, only Banish and Holy cannot have follow-ups set. Prishe learns her follow-up attacks at the same level as she learns the base attack. All of Prishe's Skillchains have the same power and deal Physical damage, the only difference between them is their name and appearance.

AttacksEdit

Bravery Attacks: BaseEdit

Move Type CP (Mastered) AP Priority Effect Damage type Obtained Image
Combo
(One)
Ground 20 (10) 150 Melee Low Chase Physical Initial Prishe Combo
Three hit punch combo that knocks the opponent back. Can combo without hitting. Follow-up attack also generates 10% more EX Force.
Banish Ground 30 (15) 150 Ranged Low None Magical Level 8 PrisheBanish
Fire a spear of light that tracks the opponent.
Dragon Kick
(One)
Ground 20 (10) 150 Melee Low
Ranged MidProjectile when charged
None Physical Level 19 Prishe DragonKick
A sweeping kick that launches the opponent into the air. Can be charged for range. Charged attack fires a projectile of wind into the air after kick.
Howling Fist
(One)
Ground 20 (10) 150 Melee Low
Melee MidWhen charged
None Physical Level 25 Prishe HowlingFist
Charge forward and punch the opponent. Can be charged for greater range and damage, and to increase damage priority.
Shoulder Tackle
(One)
Ground 20 (10) 150 Melee Low Dodge Physical Level 29 Prishe ShoulderTackle
Slam into the opponent shoulder-first.
Spinning Attack
(One)
Aerial 20 (10) 150 Melee Low Absorb Physical Initial Prishe SpinningAttack
Infuse fists with fire and spin upwards on an angle.
Backhand Blow
(One)
Aerial 20 (10) 150 Melee High None Physical Level 4 Prishe BackhandBlow
Drop down and deliver a quick backhand strike.
Holy Aerial 30 (15) 150 Ranged Low None Magical Level 15 Prishe Holy
Fire an orb of light that tracks the opponent.
Raging Fists
(One)
Aerial 20 (10) 150 Melee Low None Physical Level 22 Prishe RagingFist
Five hit punch combo. Can combo without hitting.
One Inch Punch
(One)
Aerial 20 (10) 150 Melee Low
Melee HighCharged
None Physical Level 33 Prishe OneInchPunch
Punch to create a blast of wind that consumes the opponent. Can be charged for greater range and damage, and to increase damage priority.

Bravery Attacks: Follow-upsEdit

Move CP (Mastered) AP Priority Effect Damage type Obtained Image
Combo
(Two)
10 (5) 150 Melee Low Chase Physical Initial Prishe Combo
Three hit punch combo that knocks the opponent back. Can combo without hitting. Follow-up attack also generates 10% more EX Force.
Spinning Attack
(Two)
10 (5) 150 Melee Low Wall Rush Physical Initial Prishe SpinningAttack
Infuse fists with fire and spin upwards on an angle.
Backhand Blow
(Two)
10 (5) 150 Melee High Wall Rush Physical Level 4 Prishe BackhandBlow
Drop down and deliver a quick backhand strike.
Dragon Kick
(Two)
10 (5) 150 Melee Low
Ranged MidProjectile when charged
Chase Physical Level 19 Prishe DragonKick
A sweeping kick that launches the opponent into the air. Can be charged for range. Charged attack fires a projectile of wind into the air after kick.
Raging Fists
(Two)
10 (5) 150 Melee Low Chase Physical Level 22 Prishe RagingFist
Five hit punch combo. Can combo without hitting.
Howling Fist
(Two)
10 (5) 150 Melee Low
Melee MidWhen charged
ChaseUncharged
Wall RushCharged
Physical Level 25 Prishe HowlingFist
Charge forward and punch the opponent. Can be charged for greater range and damage, and to increase damage priority.
Shoulder Tackle
(Two)
10 (5) 150 Melee Low Wall Rush Physical Level 29 Prishe ShoulderTackle
Slam into the opponent shoulder-first.
One Inch Punch
(Two)
10 (5) 150 Melee Low
Melee HighCharged
Wall Rush Physical Level 33 Prishe OneInchPunch
Punch to create a blast of wind that consumes the opponent. Can be charged for greater range and damage, and to increase damage priority.

SkillchainsEdit

Additional effects during skillchains are determined by their second attack.

Skillchain First attack Second attack Description Image
Liquefaction Combo Spinning Attack Launches enemy into the air and hits them with a red liquid blast. Prishe Liquefaction
Raging Fists
Howling Fist
Detonation Combo Backhand Blow Throws the enemy into the ground with an explosion. Prishe Detonation
Shoulder Tackle
One Inch Punch
Raging Fists
Howling Fist
Reverberation Howling Fist Shoulder Tackle Leaves an impaction of sound energy whilst sending the opponent away. Prishe Reverbation
Impaction Shoulder Tackle Combo Several rings of light expand from the enemy after a powerful Impact. Prishe Impaction
Shoulder Tackle
Raging Fists
Spinning Attack
Howling Fists
Compression Howling Fist One Inch Punch Rings of light converge on the enemy while sending him/her away. Prishe Compression
Transfixion One Inch Punch Howling Fists Two explosions hit the enemy, causing powerful blasts. Prishe Transfixion
Fusion Spinning Attack Combo An enormous explosion engulfs the enemy down to their toes. Prishe Fusion
Shoulder Tackle
Raging Fists
Spinning Attack
Howling Fists
Gravitation Backhand Blow One Inch Punch Enemy is hit with an enormous gravity ball, causing a gravitational wave. Prishe Gravitation

HP AttacksEdit

Move Type CP (Mastered) AP Priority Effect Damage type Obtained Image
Asuran Fists Ground 30 (15) 130 Melee High Wall Rush Physical Initial Prishe AsuranFists
Dash forward and up slightly, then rise into the air delivering a flurry of magical punches and slam the opponent down. Prishe can move away from the ground while performing it.
Nullifying Dropkick Ground 40 (20) 130 Melee High Wall Rush N/A Level 12 Dropkick
Spring back and leap forward to deliver a dropkick engulfed in a magical aura. Tracks the opponent.
Auroral Uppercut Aerial 30 (15) 130 Melee High Wall Rush Physical Initial Prishe Uppercut
Charge upwards to deliver a powerful uppercut. Prishe will move towards the opponent on start-up before attacking. Great for attacking from below, horizontally inaccurate.
Banishga Aerial 40 (20) 130 Ranged High Wall Rush Physical Level 36 Prishe Banishga
Move towards the opponent and unleash a circular shockwave of magical energy. Vertically limited.

EX ModeEdit

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Prishe's EX Mode, Two-hour Ability, equips her with a set of hand-to-hand weapons called Destroyers, and gives her both Regen and the ability "Hundred Fists", the two-hour ability for Monks in Final Fantasy XI. Hundred Fists increases Prishe's movement speed and allows her to chain up to three weapon skills in a combo, performing the follow-up attack twice and possibly resulting in two Skillchains to highly increase her damage output.

Prishe's EX Burst is The Five Lights, where she attacks her opponent with magical punches and Banishga before five balls of light appear and circle them. The player has to enter the button commands shown on the screen as Prishe dashes to each ball and kicks it at the opponent. If done successfully, Prishe ends the EX Burst by throwing a piece of magicite at the opponent, consuming them in an energy explosion. The sequence of the input buttons always moves clockwise around the control pad, with the first and last inputs being the same - for instance, if the first button is Dissidia Circle Button, the combination will be Dissidia Circle Button Dissidia X Button Dissidia Square Button Dissidia Triangle Button Dissidia Circle Button.

Double-SkillchainsEdit

As Spinning Attack and Shoulder Tackle are the only 2 moves that create a Skillchain where the first and second attacks are the same, having either one of them set as your second attack will generate another Skillchain in EX-Mode, regardless of whether the first 2 create a Skillchain or not.

1st Skillchain 2nd Skillchain First attack Second attack Third Attack
Liquefaction Fusion Combo Spinning Attack Spinning Attack
Raging Fists Spinning Attack Spinning Attack
Howling Fists Spinning Attack Spinning Attack
Reverberation Impaction Howling Fists Shoulder Tackle Shoulder Tackle
Impaction Liquefaction Shoulder Tackle Spinning Attack Spinning Attack

EquipmentEdit

Prishe can equip Thrown Weapons, Grappling Weapons, Instruments, Poles, Parrying Weapons, Bangles, Gauntlets, Hats, Hairpins, Headbands, Clothing, Light Armor, and Chestplates.

Exclusive WeaponsEdit

Name Level Stats Effects Obtained
Koenigs Knuckles 30 HP -659
BRV +83
ATK +40
Assist Gauge Duration +10% Trade: 61000 gil, Sonic Knuckles, Scarletite x1, Horror's Desire x5
Spharai 90 HP -522
BRV +69
ATK +63
Assist Gauge Duration +20% Trade: 158,000 gil, Koenigs Knuckles, Electrum x1, Horror's Dream x5
Glanzfaust 100 HP -595
BRV +79
ATK +68
Assist Gauge Duration +30%
Slight Counterattack effect
Trade: 182,800 gil, Spharai, Tarragoner x1, Horror's Hopes x5


GalleryEdit

AllusionsEdit

  • Auroral Uppercut and Nullifying Dropkick are Prishe's unique trademark skills in Final Fantasy XI. Nullifying Dropkick is also the attack she uses to remove Promathia's invincibility, rendering him vulnerable.
    • Prishe's quote when using Nullifying Dropkick, "You can't stop it!", is a shortened version of the quote she uses when using the ability against Promathia, "You can't stop the tide of mortal existence!"
    • Prishe's quote when activating EX Revenge, "Knuckle sandwich a la Prishe!", is a shortened version of the quote she uses when using Auroral Uppercut in Final Fantasy XI, "Time for a taste of knuckle sandwich a la Prishe!"
  • All of Prishe's Skillchain combinations are taken from Final Fantasy XI, and the Skillchains resulting from each of her Weapon Skill combinations are the same as when the skills are combined in the original game. The name of each Skillchain appears when executed, even though they are not HP attacks.
  • Prishe's EX Burst refers to the five lights of the Mothercrystals, items the player must collect in Final Fantasy XI to destroy Promathia. The spears of light that pierce her opponent during her EX Burst resemble those used by Selh'teus during the battle against Promathia. The crystal Prishe hurls at her opponent during her EX Burst is the Star of Tavnazia, a shard of dark magicite she obtains during her story in Chains of Promathia. The act of hurling it at her opponent is a reference to the final battle against Promathia, where Prishe throws the magicite at him to defeat him. Prishe's quote when finishing her EX Burst is derived from what she says to Promathia during the battle, "I'll show you how strong the will to live makes us."
  • Prishe's conversation with Shantotto about researching and creating the ultimate magic refers to the quest "Curses, Foiled-A-Golem!?" in Final Fantasy XI, a quest given to the player by Shantotto where she recruits them to help test her new "ultimate spell".
  • When casting Banish and Holy, Prishe assumes the pose that the Final Fantasy XI player character makes when casting white magic: feet together, left arm down, right arm up.
  • Prishe has 11 secret voice samples that all revolve around food items. In Final Fantasy XI, Prishe was known for having quite an appetite in battle, as she asks for food from her teammates when performing weaponskills during "Heroine's Combat". Players of Final Fantasy XI will also routinely eat before and during fights to buff their own stats. Cecil even further references Prishe's manner of wanting food if fighting against her, saying, "Do you need something to eat?"
  • When fighting Squall, he says to her, "You know about solitude." This alludes to the years Prishe spent in solitude away from the rest of Vana'diel due to her fate as Promathia's vessel.
  • Prishe's battle quote on defeat, "Aw, hell..." is the exact same quote she gives when defeated in the "Heroine's Combat" battlefield in Final Fantasy XI.
  • Two of Prishe's exclusive weapons, the Spharai and the Glanzfaust, are respectively the Relic and Mythic weapons available to Monks in Final Fantasy XI; Relic and Mythic Weapons are considered some of the most powerful weapons obtainable in the game.
  • The unique accessory material used to craft Prishe's exclusive weapon is the Turmeric Spice, a high-level food ingredient in Final Fantasy XI. The accessory had its name changed to Tarragoner for the US release.
  • Prishe's Dragon Kick is her only Bravery attack that cannot create a Skillchain when comboed with another Bravery attack. This is because in Final Fantasy XI Dragon Kick's element is not compatible with any other Hand-to-Hand Weapon Skills except Asuran Fists and so can only create a Skillchain with it. As Asuran Fists is an HP attack in Dissidia 012, Dragon Kick has nothing to chain to for a Skillchain.
  • When Prishe faces Chaos, he says, "Wish not for life, but seek death". This is a possible reference to the end of Chains of Promathia when Promathia tempted each character with what they desired most, and to Prishe he offered to simply end her life as she wanted to die. This is alluded to again when she fights herself; "Have I been... looking for the end all along?"
  • Prishe's manikin name, "Horror of Antiquity", is a reference to how she is called the "Abhorrent One" by those who feared and shunned her. The Japanese name of the manikin, "いにしえの忌子," translates as "Ancient Detestable Child", an insult used to describe Prishe in Final Fantasy XI.
  • When fighting Ultimecia, she says to her, "Your time is frozen, as well." This references Prishe having immortality by way of the crystallized darkness within her body, which prevents her from aging.
  • Prishe's nickname "Doc" for Shantotto refers to what she called Shantotto when she almost got captured by The Sin Hunters. A very-thinly-disguised Shantotto and her vassal saved her, and Prishe teasingly called them both "Doc" because she knew their true identity as high-ranking officers (or in Shantotto's case, former) in Windurst's Magic Ministry, yet use such horrible disguises. This scene is the only time Prishe and Shantotto met in Final Fantasy XI.
  • When facing Yuna, Prishe exclaims, "You can summon stuff? I wanna see!" This is a reference to the fact that summoning is a forbidden school of magic in Vana'diel, due to the possibly life-threatening strain it puts on the summoner's body.

TriviaEdit

  • Prishe was originally considered as the possible Final Fantasy XI representative character for Dissidia Final Fantasy, but the role was ultimately given to Shantotto instead. Prior to her inclusion in Dissidia 012, Eald'narche and Kam'lanaut were considered to appear fighting for Chaos but were rejected.[1]
  • At 3,320 AP, Prishe requires the most AP of any character to master all her attacks, tying with Lightning.
  • Prishe is tied with Vaan and Laguna for the fewest HP attacks (counting ground and midair variants), having only four total.
  • Prishe shares her Japanese voice actress with Carla Ayatsugi from Final Fantasy Type-0 and Shirma from Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon.
  • Prishe shares her English voice actress with Chocolina from Final Fantasy XIII-2.
  • Prishe is the second character in the Dissidia series to have a chainable Bravery attack after Onion Knight.
  • Prishe is the only character to deal both magical and physical damage when attack during a Chase Sequence - she does physical damage during a neutral attack and a magical attack during an upwards or downwards attack.
  • Occasionally, all of Prishe's quotes while doing HP Attacks will be replaced with the secret voice samples once unlocked. Her quotes upon entering EX Mode and initiating her EX Burst may also be replaced.

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