|Height||160 cm (5'3")|
|Ultimate Weapon||Orichalcum Dirks|
|Japanese Voice Actor||Ryōko Shiraishi|
|English Voice Actor||Peyton McCormick|
|Final Fantasy Type-0 Character|
A new Class Zero cadet. Machina's childhood friend. Excels in magic. Respectable, kind, and serious-natured.
- —Online description
Rem Tokimiya is a playable character in Final Fantasy Type-0. She is a newly added member of Class Zero who wields twin daggers. Due to being a recent addition to the ranks of Class Zero, she doesn't have a number.
Rem is a seventeen-year-old girl with shoulder-length brown hair and red eyes. She wears the uniform of Akademeia, which consists of a black jacket with gold shoulder pads and white-laced cuffs, a red plaid skirt hemmed with black lace and the red mantle of Class Zero. She wears black thigh-high socks and Mary Jane shoes. Rem wears pink frilled panties with a ribbon on the front. Her summer uniform has a black vest over a white blouse, a black plaid skirt with two interlocking belts and a small bow, and Class Zero's red mantle. She wears a pair of black gloves and white socks. Her formal uniform has a red jacket with black shoulder pads and cuffs, a black pleated skirt hemmed with white lace, and a white mantle. She wears a pair of white gloves, and her socks are red.
This well-mannered and kind-hearted girl recently transferred into Class Zero from Class Seventh. Rem is a terrible liar—even though she insists otherwise: try as she may, she is absolutely unable to fool her closest friends. Friends since childhood, she and Machina maintain a playful academic rivalry. (To date, she has outperformed him on all written exams.)
Rem is moral, kind and honest, and has an outstanding talent for magic. Mature and rational, she serves as a pillar of support and calming factor for Machina, trying to be cheerful, encouraging, and level-headed, even through tough times. She is emotionally resilient, loyal, and considerate of her friends' feelings, going as far as to hide her own pain to not burden her classmates. Rem cares for Machina, and looks out for him. As childhood friends, they work well together and understand each other better than anyone else.
In Final Fantasy Agito, Rem is a member of Class Seventh and dons a pink mantle.
She can be found in the Sorcery Division during the morning, afternoon and night.
Seriously, though. I can't believe Class Zero is real! My friends and I were talking about categorizing you guys into an 'urban legend' from next year.
- —Rem upon meeting Class Zero
When she was a little girl, Rem contracted an incurable illness. Rather than make her friends worry she decided to conceal her condition. As it progresses, the disease causes degeneration and loss of nerve cells inside the brain, ultimately leading the body to stop functioning.
When Rem's village was attacked by the Militesi Empire, she took refuge with her childhood friend Machina Kunagiri in his home. Machina's mother hid them in a closet while Militesi soldiers invaded the house and Rem and Machina witnessed his mother being shot. A soldier discovered the kids in the closet, but they escaped through the window and ran away. They stopped on a hill, looking back to watch their village burn.
Years later, Rem became a student at Akademeia as a member of Class Seventh. A year ago Rem was reunited with Machina, whom she had not seen in seven years despite both being in the same academy as neither knew the other was there. Agito Cadets would train by participating in combat simulations against their classmates, and during an experimental inter-class drill, Machina and Rem were selected as representatives for their respective classes. They were surprised to see each other and from that day forth became best friends, spending time together before and after their lectures.
As Militesi Empire attacks Akademeia, Rem and Machina confront the White Tiger Crystal l'Cie Qun'mi in Akademeia's arena. They are easily overpowered when Qun'mi activates her crystal jammer cutting Rem and Machina from the Vermilion Bird Crystal rendering them unable to use magic. The two are rescued by Ace, Seven, and Jack, who drive the l'Cie out of Akademeia and liberate the city.
Having impressed the administration with their prowess, Class Zero is officially enrolled in Akademeia, and Rem and Machina--as the best of their respective classes--are transferred to Class Zero to aid in the war effort, as the cadets are to be deployed out to missions to reclaim the conquered areas. Rem is amazed Class Zero can circumvent the effect of the crystal jammer, and wonders how that works. Class Zero cadets do not draw their magic power from the Vermilion Bird Crystal like most of the denizens of the Dominion of Rubrum, but from the substance known as phantoma they harvest from those felled in battle. Class Zero's "Mother" and the doctor at Akademeia, archsorceress Arecia Al-Rashia, is disdainful of Rem and Machina joining Class Zero, deeming them inferior to her handpicked cadets, and asks Ace to conceal the truth of phantoma from the duo, letting them only know it is the source of their magic.
When the two speak with Seven and Deuce, Rem remarks she was surprised by how much Machina had grown, as he was shorter than her when they last met. Machina comments that she has not changed at all. Later, when Machina and Rem are alone, Rem asks if he still remembers their childhood in the village, and he hasn't forgotten. Rem still keeps the Knowing Tags of the villagers. Machina wishes he had been stronger, but Rem answers they were only children and there was nothing they could have done. She asks if he remembers his promise to become strong to protect her and teases him by asking if he remembers asking her to become his wife. Embarrassed, Machina denies he ever said so, and Rem pretends to be offended.
Rem still suffers from the incurable illness that will eventually kill her. She has only been able to remain active thanks to a powerful drug. Although she doesn't know when her time will run out, she is determined to use what little time she has left to serve the Vermilion Bird. Dr. Arecia tells Rem that the medication she is on is ineffectual, and that her symptoms are becoming more severe. She says Rem doesn't have a lot of time left. Despite this, Rem wishes to stay in Akademeia with Machina and Class Zero and fight against Militesi. Arecia prepares new medication for her, but says she may experience pain at night as a side effect. Rem asks Arecia to keep her condition a secret from Class Zero, especially from Machina, though he is aware there is something wrong with her.
When the cadets are sent to sabotage the imperial magitek armor program they get orders to cease fire due to a newly wrought armistice mid-mission. Class Zero's commanding officer, Kurasame Susaya. travels to the imperial capital as Chancellor Khalia Chival VI's aide and negotiates for the cadets' safety, and afterward explains the situation to them: the empire had proposed peace before the cadets' mission was underway, but they could not contact them in time to halt it. The cadets disagree with the treaty, especially Machina, positing that the empire has no right to ask for peace for being the initial aggressor.
The cadets meet Queen Andoria who explains that peace is the Will of the Crystals, and that the cadets opposition would only lead to Tempus Finis, an apocalyptic calamity foretold in legend. The cadets struggle accepting that what they have been fighting for is against the Crystal's will, with Rem pondering if all their efforts have been pointless. Machina asks if Rem is fine but she says she is merely tired and thus decides against exploring the imperial city.
Queen Andoria is assassinated and the cadets blamed for it. The class is ambushed at the hotel and the class orderly, Aria Luricara, is shot. Rem wants to tend to her but Machina urges her to abandon Aria or they would all be killed. The cadets fight through the city to make their escape while unable to contact Central Command. While the cadets remember meeting a queen, they remembers nothing else of her, meaning their memories must have been erased, indicating she has truly died. Jack suggests they did assassinate the queen but that memory was erased as well, but Rem doubts it. Queen highlights it being odd they had been given leave in Ingram rather than have them sent back to Akademeia, and Machina becomes upset at the possibility they had been left behind on purpose. Rem calms him down, saying they must seek out the answers later. During their trek through the train tunnels Rem gets dizzy and tries to hide it.
After defeating an imperial magitek armor Vajra sent to destroy them, Rem is attacked by Celestia, Queen Andoria's aide, who blames Class Zero for the queen's death. Machina runs to her defense, but is overpowered. The cadets convince Celestia of their innocence and she spirits them away to a deserted house in Old Lorica Region.
As Machina awakes in the cabin in the woods Rem approaches him assuring she is fine. As the two join the others outside, she becomes worried when Machina acts strangely, unaware he feels something watching him. The others explain what happened, and that they still can't contact Central Command. Machina accuses Class Zero being culpable for his brother Izana Kunagiri's death, and the situation escalates as the others say he should get over it as they have bigger things to worry about, as it seems increasingly likely the command has abandoned them. Machina marches off with Rem chasing after him, saying Class Zero can't be expected to save everyone despite their strength. Machina says he will save Rem, and that he is taking a walk.
Rem apologizes for Machina's behavior, saying he isn't usually like that, but that ever since Togoreth was destroyed by the clash between l'Cie he has been gloomy. She wishes Machina would realize not everyone can be saved. When Rem gets into another coughing fit Cinque asks if she is alright, to which Rem replies that it's only asthma. Cinque is concerned over Rem's involvement in future missions, but the latter says she has Arecia's permission. She promises to work harder to keep up, but Jack says she doesn't need to worry about that. When the morning comes the cadets wonder if Machina had run into Militesi forces during the night, making Rem anxious. She smiles in relief when Machina finally returns, and he apologizes for worrying her. As he begins to explain his absence Deuce cuts him off, having finally reached Central Command, and Kurasame organizes for a rescue by airship.
Back in Akademeia the cadets learn the administration suspects they had switched off their COMM on purpose to avoid all communication, and that many cadets believe they had assassinated the queen worsening the situation as it ended the ceasefire and led for the queen's successor, a king, to ally with the empire against Rubrum. Rem ignores the rumor mill and ponders for ways to help Machina, whom she knows is struggling.
After the cadets return from a mission to reclaim Eibon, they assemble in the classroom to hear their next orders from Kurasame. Rem is late to the assembly and lies she overslept when Cinque asks her about it. Machina has gone missing and doesn't attend. Kurasame explains to the rest of the cadets the upcoming battle plan against the joint Militesi-Concordian forces. Class Zero is to be sent with the Vermilion Bird Primus l'Cie Lord Zhuyu to fight off the Concordian dragons with an airship fleet, while Kurasame will accompany the rest of Rubrum's legionaries, as well as Akademeia cadets and trainees, to the Militesi border for Lady Caetuna to summon a Verboten Eidolon. Rem worries she can't find Machina, and thinks that despite his strength he is unsuited for war due to his kindness.
Rem runs into Caetuna and becomes flustered to be addressed by a l'Cie. Caetuna asks if Rem values serving the Crystal above all else, and she enthusiastically confirms. Caetuna can tell there is something Rem holds even dearer than the Crystal, and says as much, confusing her. Caetuna implores Rem to leave the dominion should she wish to protect the thing she loves most, but then shrugs that it may be of no consequence to mortals and leaves. Rem remains puzzled over Caetuna's words.
The cadets help Rubrum secure victory on the eastern front by defeating Shinryu Celestia. The western front is falling back and thus Class Zero is recalled as reinforcements to destroy the empire's crystal jammer allowing for Lady Caetuna to begin summoning Alexander for which Kurasame and the other cadets give their lives to complete the summoning. Alexander obliterates the Militesi forces, and Caetuna enters crystal stasis. Class Zero visits the numerous new graves in the Akademeia cemetery but cannot comprehend the losses as all memories of Kurasame as well as the others perished have been removed from them. Rem laments her inability to cry over Kurasame now that she cannot remember him.
The cadetmaster visits the class and announces that due to its unique nature Class Zero is not assigned a new commanding officer. Rem wonders who will give them mission orders from them on, and Moglin, the class moogle, announces ze can take over the role of giving briefings. The cadets tease Moglin by ignoring hir and ponder if they can just rely on dominion tribunes and Central Command. Moglin gets depressed, but Rem assure they were joking, and that they would be glad to have Moglin as their new "commander."
Machina returns to Class Zero and finds Rem talking with Cater and Trey. When Cater nudges him playfully, Machina slaps her hand away and snaps that he will protect Rem alone. Rem is aghast at his uncharacteristic aggression, but he reiterates that he will protect her, the dominion, and all of Orience. Rem is confused at Machina's change, because usually she can always tell what is on his mind, but currently she doesn't have a clue.
As Finis begins, after Zhuyu is defeated by the Rursan Warriors, Rem is made a Vermillion Bird l'Cie to ensure the coming of the Agito. As a result, Rem overpowers who she believes to be a White Tiger l'Cie until his mask falls off, revealing his identity to be Machina. But by then, Rem is accidentally impaled on his rapier. Mortally wounded, a grieving Machina rushes to her side. Rem eventually dies while telling him not to forget her. Sometime later, Machina is found crystallized while embracing Rem. Despite this, Rem and Machina aid Class Zero in spirit during their final battle with Cid.
Sometime later, Arecia finds the crystallized pair and, under the suggestion of Tiz and Joker, revives them. By the time Machina and Rem return to Akademeia, they find all of their classmates dead, having died prior to their arrival. Machina tries to wake them, but to no avail. Rem touches his arm and he squeezes her hand, and they stand looking out over the war torn remains of Rubrum. Supporting Machina as he goes on to rebuild their world after the nations' crystals lose their power, Rem eventually marries him and stayed by his side up to his final moments.
However, their actions in helping Class Zero change the fate originally intended for Orience inspires Arecia to alter the timestream by removing the four nations' crystals from history, creating an alternate ending where the war never occurred. This in turn allowed those who died in the war another chance at life. Rem is seen waking up on a bench in the gardens and stretches her arms as she looks at the sky with a smile on her face.
Rem dual-wields a pair of daggers in battle, but while her attack animation consists of quick slashes and stabs, her advantage does not lie in her physical strength, but her magic. Rem boasts the highest MP and magic stats in all four types. Her various conditions for the Magic Cancel ability allow her to cast spells quickly and instantly. In addition, she has several abilities that allow her to restore her MP and thus, continue casting magic. It should be noted that Siphon Sphere and Siphon Delta can essentially recover all of Rem's MP if used on an enemy's Killsight. With timing, she should not have to worry about MP shortages.
If Rem is used progressively throughout the game, she can easily become a glass cannon, dealing high physical and magical damage. While HP and defense still become an issue for her, these problems can be countered via equipment. Coupled with her quick movement speed in battle, Rem boosts an above average chance of survival. Arguably, Rem can become the most powerful character among the party.
|Level||HP||MP||Strength||Defense||Flame Magic||Ice Magic||Lightning Magic||Defense Magic|
|Accelerate||Increase movement speed.||Level 27||3|
|Twinspell||Equip two spells at once.||Default||Default|
|Quick Draw II||Cast level II finishing magic.||Learn Reflex Cast||12|
|Quick Draw III||Cast level III finishing magic.||Learn Quick Draw II||26|
|Triple Slip||Execute up to three dodges in succession.||Level 11||3|
|Slipstream||Execute any number of dodges in succession.||Learn Triple Slip||4|
|Untouchable||Window for dodging increases.||Learn Slipstream||5|
|Intel||Check status of locked-on targets.||Default||Default|
|Guarded Finish||Perform a defensive finishing blow after normal attacks with left analog stick down + normal attack.||Default||4|
|Quick Draw||Cast finishing magic after a Guarded Finish.||Level 17|
Learn Guarded Finish
|Strong Finish||Perform a powerful finishing blow after normal attacks with left analog stick up + normal attack.||Level 19||6|
|Finishing Cast||Cast finishing magic after a Strong Finish.||Level 21|
Learn Strong Finish
|Combo Cast||Cast finishing magic after a normal attack.||Level 24||8|
|Reflex Cast||Cast finishing magic after a first attack.||Level 28||18|
|Siphon Sphere||Fire MP-draining energy orbs that can hit multiple times.||Level 14||3|
|Siphon Sphere: Range Up||Increase range of Siphon Sphere.||Learn Siphon Sphere||4|
|Siphon Sphere: Time Up||Siphon Sphere remains active for a longer time.||Learn Siphon Sphere: Range Up||6|
|Manalchemy||Expend AG to restore MP to user and allies.||Default||3|
|Manalchemy: AG Down||Reduce AG cost of Manalchemy.||Learn Manalchemy||8|
|Undying Wish||Grant Reraise to all allies for a brief period of time.||Level 15||3|
|Undying Wish: AG Down||Reduce AG cost of Undying Wish.||Learn Undying Wish||6|
|Seraphim Strike||Summon magical energy to deliver a powerful strike from above.||Level 25||6|
|Seraphim Strike: Power Up||Increase power of Seraphim Strike.||Learn Seraphim Strike||8|
|Seraphim Strike: Speed Up||Increase firing speed of Seraphim Strike.||Learn Seraphim Strike||10|
|Seraphim Strike: AG Down||Reduce AG cost of Seraphim Strike.||Learn Seraphim Strike||8|
|Siphon Delta||Generate a field that absorbs MP.||Learn Siphon Sphere: Time Up||6|
|Siphon Delta: Power Up||Increase power of Siphon Delta.||Learn Siphon Delta||8|
|Siphon Delta: AG Down||Reduce AG cost of Siphon Delta||Learn Siphon Delta||8|
|Dagger Boomerang||Launch daggers to damage enemies.||Level 29||8|
|Dagger Boomerang: AG Down||Reduce AG cost of Dagger Boomerang.||Learn Dagger Boomerang||8|
|Flying Daggers||Launch daggers for a short-ranged but powerful attack.||Level 45||8|
|Flying Daggers: Power Up||Increase power of Flying Daggers.||Learn Flying Daggers||10|
- Main article: List of Final Fantasy Type-0 Weapons#Twin Daggers
- Argentic Daggers
- Dancing Daggers
- Rune Daggers
- Butterfly Edges
- Parrying Daggers
- Survival Edges
- Mythril Daggers
- Wildfire Daggers
- Hoarfrost Daggers
- Voltaic Daggers
- Defender's Daggers
- Assassin's Daggers
- Orichalcum Dirks (ultimate weapon)
Some Support Personnel characters in Final Fantasy Type-0 HD appear as Rem: Ryoko Shiraishi (Rem's Japanese VA), Haruka Suenaga (Facial Animator), Rei Katou (Cutscene Animator), and Sayoko Hoshino (Lead Character Texture Artist).
- Main article: Rem Tokimiya/Quotes
She is voiced by Ryōko Shiraishi in the Japanese version and Peyton McCormick in the English version.
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Rem's theme, self-titled "Rem Tokimiya", is a sad piece of string instruments and piano, with drums and guitar contributing to a subtle rock feel. The arranged version of her theme is slower and more sorrowful, comprised solely of piano and strings.
Another melancholic tune, "Machina and Rem", is her other theme which she shares with Machina, and combines both her and Machina's themes. Her theme is also rearranged in the track "Kind Tears" and included as part of the track "Type-0".
Rem appears as an unlockable character, and is unlocked by collecting White Crystal Shards.
She is a Defense oriented character.
|Cry (Lv1)||4||Level 25|
|Protect (Lv2)||15||Level 40|
|Cry (Lv2)||14||Level 65|
|Protect (Lv3)||20||Level 75|
|Luck Up (Lv1)||5||Level 5|
|Shell (Lv1)||8||Level 10|
|Fortune's Refrain (Lv1)||7||Level 15|
|Sight (Lv1)||16||Level 30|
|Luck Up (Lv2)||10||Level 45|
|Shell (Lv2)||13||Level 50|
|Fortune's Refrain (Lv2)||10||Level 55|
|Regen (Lv2)||18||Level 60|
|Luck Up (Lv3)||15||Level 80|
|Shell (Lv3)||23||Level 85|
|Fortune's Refrain (Lv3)||15||Level 90|
|Regen (Lv3)||30||Level 95|
Rem appears as a Legend in Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade.
Rem appears as a playable character in the Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Twitter Battle sponsored by Amazon. Her attacks are Daggers and Fire.
Rem appears on promotional card for Final Fantasy Trading Card Game depicting her in the summer outfit obtainable in the Final Fantasy Type-0 demo. There are more cards depicting her in her official render.
- Rem appears on the 500th cover of Dengeki PlayStation magazine with Lightning, Serah Farron, Noel Kreiss, Noctis Lucis Caelum, and Machina. She is also featured again with Machina on the cover of the 505th issue.