PocketStation memorycard iconsEdit
An icon sprite of Seifer appears in the PocketStation memorycard file manager.
Seifer is mentioned in the Museum under Odin's entry, where it is mentioned Seifer countered the Zantetsuken and bisected Odin. Several references to Seifer also exist in Dissidia Final Fantasy; Squall fights with a faster, one-handed style similar to Seifer, and begins his EX Burst by striking his opponent in an upside-down cross, similar to Seifer's Bloodfest Limit Break. Seifer appears as the name of a Ghost card, a Level 100 Ultimecia bearing the Green Gem and GF Eden battlegen items.
Seifer is mentioned in the Mognet letter sent by Mohnny, who describes him as one of the disciplinary committee who wears a gray coat and swings his gunblade. The mail is sent the next day in conjunction with the previous letter about Balamb Garden (see here).
- Attack of the Disciplinary Committee
Like you told me, I was trying to avoid bumping into the disciplinary committee, but this guy in gray coat is swinging his Gunblade at his posse, telling them to run after me! I'm a harmless animal, I swear!
The player may reply either "Just run!", "Hide and see what happens!" and "Stand your ground!" The option asks "Wanna help" on top.
Seifer is set to appear as an obtainable character.
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The head of Balamb Garden's Disciplinary Committee and yet the most problematic student within its walls. Despite his superior fighting skills, Seifer's belligerent attitude and inability to follow orders have left him famous for being unable to pass the SeeD exam. When he crashes one of Squall's missions, he is caught by the sorceress Edea and turned against the Garden.
Seifer is obtained by collecting Gray Crystal Shards.
Seifer is a Defense oriented character, mirroring Squall.
- iOS stats
|Weapon Break (Lv1)||3||Level 5|
|Mirage (Lv2)||5||Level 20|
|Weapon Break (Lv2)||6||Level 40|
|Counter (Lv2)||10||Level 60|
|Weapon Break (Lv3)||10||Level 70|
|Mirage (Lv3)||7||Level 75|
|HP Up (Lv1)||4||Level 10|
|Wind Rhapsody (Lv1)||5||Level 15|
|Strength Up (Lv1)||5||Level 25|
|Lance (Lv1)||8||Level 30|
|Wind Rhapsody (Lv2)||10||Level 35|
|Strength Up (Lv2)||10||Level 45|
|HP Up (Lv2)||8||Level 50|
|Lance (Lv2)||14||Level 55|
|HP Up (Lv3)||14||Level 65|
|Wind Rhapsody (Lv3)||16||Level 80|
|Lance (Lv3)||20||Level 85|
Seifer returns as an unlockable playable character, and must now be unlocked by collecting Purple Crystal Shards.
He is an Offense and Defense oriented character.
|Mirage (Lv1)||3||Level 5|
|Berserk (Lv1)||5||Level 20|
|Counter (Lv2)||10||Level 30|
|Chakra (Lv2)||9||Level 35|
|Mirage (Lv2)||5||Level 40|
|Brace (Lv2)||5||Level 55|
|Berserk (Lv2)||10||Level 60|
|Counter (Lv3)||16||Level 65|
|Chakra (Lv3)||13||Level 70|
|Mirage (Lv3)||7||Level 75|
|Brace (Lv3)||7||Level 90|
|Berserk (Lv3)||15||Level 95|
|Dark (Lv1)||2||Level 10|
|Stamina Up (Lv1)||4||Level 15|
|Dark (Lv2)||4||Level 45|
|Stamina Up (Lv2)||8||Level 50|
|Dark (Lv3)||6||Level 80|
|Stamina Up (Lv3)||14||Level 85|
Seifer appears in Pictlogica Final Fantasy as a playable character.
Though extremely skilled, his belligerent attitude and unwillingness to follow orders have kept him from passing the SeeD exam, making him an eternal SeeD-in-training. Harbors an intense rivalry with his fellow gunblade wielder, Squall.
Seifer appears as a summonable Legend depicted in his default Final Fantasy VIII outfit. His abilities are Bloodfest, Demon Slice, Firaga and Zantetsuken Reverse.
- Ability Cards
- Legend Cards
This reckless Balamb Garden disciplinarian really has a knack for failing exams.
Seifer is an exclusive character only available from the Premium Character Shop as a random downloadable content, he uses the No Mercy ability during battle.
A SeeD candidate with uncanny abilities, Seifer's recklessness and unwillingness to follow orders prevented him from passing the SeeD exam. He harbors a fierce rivalry with Squall, his fellow gunblade-wielding SeeD candidate.
Seifer is a playable character who could be recruited during the Challenge Event Gunblade of the Sorceress as the First Time Reward for completing the event's stage Master Room, Part 2 in In the Garden track. Similarly to the Challenge Event Balamb Garden, the SeeDs of Conflict, Seifer's rival, Squall, is also the First Time Reward for completing a stage where the final encounter was also against Norg.
Seifer can use Black Magic spells up to rarity rank 2, Combat abilities up to rarity rank 5, Support abilities up to rarity rank 3, Knight abilities up to rarity rank 5, and Darkness abilities up to rarity rank 5.
His default Soul Break is No Mercy which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment deals physical damage to one target. The sword Hyperion (VIII) allows Seifer to use Demon Slice which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment deals physical damage to all targets and sometimes Paralyzes them. The armor relic 'Seifer's Coat' unlocks the Soul Break ability Bloodfest, allows Seifer to hit all enemies 4 times while also increasing the party's RES.
He can equip accessories.
Seifer appears in the trading card game of Final Fantasy and is represented by four cards. They are Lightning-elemental, despite Seifer being associated with Fire in Final Fantasy VIII.
Seifer appears on a Triple Triad card in the version available via Final Fantasy Portal App.
A younger version of Seifer appears in Kingdom Hearts II. He is the leader of the Twilight Town Disciplinary Committee, together with Fuu and Rai, and is idolized by Vivi for his strength. Seifer is known for being a top Struggle fighter, who also likes street brawls. Seifer calls Roxas "chicken wuss", which he calls Zell in Final Fantasy VIII.
In DiZ's simulated Twilight Town, he is a rival of Roxas and his friends, while in the real Twilight Town, Hayner is his main rival since Roxas never met Seifer from the real Twilight Town. He is antagonistic toward Sora, but after he saves Seifer's gang from the Nobodies, Seifer gives him the Struggle Trophy, an unspoken sign of respect. Although his rival Squall (under the name of Leon) appears in the series the two never meet, though they retain their trademark scars.
Seifer is voiced by Takehito Koyasu in the Japanese version and by Will Friedle in the English version.