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Saint's Fall (セイントダイブ, Sainto Daibu?, lit. Saint Dive), also known as Saint Dive, is a recurring ability in the series. It is an ability used almost exclusively by Cecil Harvey while as a Paladin.


Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

Saint Dive is a Band ability between Kain and Rosa, requiring the usage of Rosa's White Magic and Kain's Jump. It costs 30 MP to use and deals damage to all enemies with the damage being reliant on Kain's Jump and Rosa's White Magic.

Dissidia Final FantasyEdit

Saint's Fall is an aerial physical HP attack for Cecil while as a Paladin, learned at the start of the game. It requires 40 CP to equip (20 when mastered), 360 AP to master, has Melee High priority, and can induce Wall Rush. Cecil charges forward in an arc, then slams the enemy to the ground.

Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

Saint's Fall returns as a HP attack for Cecil, now requiring 30 CP to equip (15 when mastered) and 130 AP to master. It is otherwise the same as before, but with better tracking.

Dissidia Final Fantasy (2015)Edit

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

Saint's Fall is the Paladin Cecil's Super Soul Break ability granted by the rank 5 Lustrous Sword. When equipped, it allows him to deal three consecutive Holy-elemental strikes against one target. It requires approximately 30,000 EXP to master. When mastered and integrated, Cecil's HP will permanently increase by 500.

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