Rocbouquet appeared as a dark-elemental unit in Final Fantasy Tactics S as part of the Emperor SaGa crossover event. Her job in the game was Seven Heroes and given a unique race called Demigod. Her default unit attack was Horror and her special ability was Temptation.
Rocbouquet appears as a non-elemental summon. She can be obtained as a summon through the game's summon drawing shop.
Rocbouquet's special attack is Temptation, which inflicts poison, blind, silence, and slow to all enemies for five turns. Summoning Rocbouquet costs 2 points from the consumption gauge. Rocbouquet's Phantom Stone is an SSS rank summon and she has a summon cost of 18 to equip to a character.
Her artwork was done by freelance artist Mineji Sakamoto.
The summon allows the wielder to use the following abilities depending on the summon's rank:
- Summon Lightning I
- Summon Lightning II
- Summon Lightning III
- Stat upgrades
|Rank||Maximum Level||Phantom Stone Cost||Max HP||Max MP||Max Attack||Max Magic||Max Speed||Components Needed|
- Passive abilities
- The following are bonus abilities granted to characters equipped with Rocbouquet.
|Ability-Type||Effect||Minimum Rank to Activate|
|Summon Lightning||Magic + 10 - 15%||5|
|Summon Lightning||Poison resistance|
Rocbouquet appears as a boss in Final Fantasy Record Keeper as part of the Romancing SaGa 2 crossover event. Her sprite is reused from the original Super Famicom version of Romancing SaGa 2. In addition, Rocbouquet also appears in the final boss fusion form of the Seven Heroes.
Rocbouquet, along with the other Seven Heroes, appears as a boss in Final Fantasy Brave Exvius as part of the Imperial SaGa crossover event. Her enemy sprite is taken from Imperial SaGa and the remake of Romancing SaGa 2.