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Roulette in Final Fantasy VI (SNES).

'Round and 'round the hand does go. Who will it slaughter? Nobody knows!
—Angra Mainyu, Final Fantasy XIV

Roulette (死のルーレット, Shi no Rūretto?, lit. Death Roulette) is a Blue Magic spell. It casts Death on a randomly chosen target on the battlefield, enemy or ally. In order to successfully learn the Roulette spell, the targeted character must generally be under the Auto-Life or NulDeath status to survive the instant death.


Final Fantasy VEdit

KO's a randomly chosen target.

Roulette is a Blue Magic spell the Blue Mage can learn from Azulmagia, Death Dealer, Parthenope, and Shinryu. The spell costs 1 MP to cast. A minor glitch in the game prevents the player from seeing the Roulette cursor if they attempt to target a party member or enemy with any sort of action while Roulette is being used.

Final Fantasy VIEdit

Spins a roulette wheel that KO's the enemy or ally on which it stops.

Roulette is a Lore for Strago that costs 10 MP to cast, an ability of Gau when raging Ahriman, or Gogo when using either command. When used via Rage, Roulette will lose its random targeting aspect and target enemies like any normal attack spell would, as its random nature comes from an automatically moving cursor, something Rage does not supply. Strago can learn Roulette from the Ahriman, Alluring Rider, Dark Force, Nelapa, and Onion Knight.

Enemies attempting to use the Lore cast a variant of the spell instead. This variation heals the undead, whereas the Lore/Rage version does not.

Final Fantasy VIIEdit

Pronounces death on any one opponent or ally

Roulette is an Enemy Skill learned from the Death Dealer. It costs 6 MP to cast. The units' Luck appears to affect the chance of the spell hitting; a party with high enough Luck is virtually never hit by the spell, which can make it annoying to learn.

Final Fantasy IXEdit

Randomly KOs a target.

Quina can learn Roulette from the Ghost, Hecteyes, and Zombie, and it costs 18 MP to use. It can't be reflected and works with Return Magic. The enemies Hecteyes and Zombie use this spell as well.

Final Fantasy XIVEdit

Roulette is used by the boss Angra Mainyu in the World of Darkness. Rather than cycle through individual party members, the hand instead cycles through four quadrants of the arena in a clockwise pattern. To avoid getting caught off guard, players need to destroy four hourglasses before it can freeze them in place, leaving those in the chosen sector unable to evade instant death.

Final Fantasy Tactics AdvanceEdit

Learned from Ahriman as a Blue Magic spell, Roulette will instantly KO a random unit excluding certain bosses at the cost of 20 MP. In order to learn this spell on a Blue Mage, the learner must have the Auto-Life status on in order to survive the attack and learn it.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the RiftEdit

Roulette is a Blue Magic spell learned by Blue Mages from Ahriman-type enemies, which costs 12 MP to cast. To successfully learn this skill, the Blue Mage must be under Reraise-status and be hit by it, however, the random target of the spell makes it difficult to learn.

Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

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