Shantotto was not meant to be a major character in Final Fantasy XI, but her presence is felt across more than a dozen appearances outside of the MMO realm. The following is a list of Shantotto's appearances in and out of the series universe.
If you fail to treat her right, she will set your pants alight.
Revisiting her interdimensional travel spell, Shantotto comes across Eorzea and decides to conquer it to end the conflict with her golems testing the land. When the Adventurer interferes, Shantotto enlarges her Wind-Up Shantotto to fight in her stead. Once her minion is defeated, Shantotto appears before the Adventurer to explain her reasons and gives the Wind-Up Shantotto to the Adventurer and warns him to treat the doll right. From there, recognized to be beyond the Eorzeans' ability to deal with, Shantotto returns to her realm while promising to return to check on their progress.
Shantotto appears as a legendary (5-stars) card.
|Totaltotal stats of the card||29|
|Obtain||Win 30 Triple Triad tournament matches.|
Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)Edit
Shantotto represents Final Fantasy XI, and plays as a special character, assumed to oppose Gabranth. She has little influence on the story, being an extra character as well as the only one appearing from Final Fantasy XI, appearing only once in the main storyline.
In her bonus storyline Shantotto is the guardian of a sanctum where other scholars and mages are allowed to study in peace. The area has recently been infested by manikins (by Shantotto herself in manikin-based experiments, which she divulges only in asides to herself), prompting Shantotto to task the player to destroy them. As a "reward," Shantotto gives the player a "private lesson" and battles them before going to duel Gabranth, though she can't recall his name.
Her alternate form has her wear the Black Mage artifact armor, and the black mage relic armor in EX Mode.
Shantotto is a full-fledged warrior of Cosmos in flashbacks. She is the guardian of Cosmos's throne and protects her from Gabranth when the judge attacks the goddess. She is present when Prishe finds the Warrior of Light and helps her talk Cosmos into making him one of her warriors.
Shantotto is a playable character and a representative of Final Fantasy XI. She is classed as a Shoot-type character.
Shantotto appears as a playable character.
After the leaving her position as minister of the Windurst Orastery, Shantotto pursues her research free from responsibility. When prevailed upon by adventurers, she unleashes her peerless black magic upon any who dare stand in her way, with a strength that even the most grizzled of veterans quake before. Nowhere is there an enemy that can bring her down—her only failure in life being the failure to marry when she had the chance.
Shantotto appears as a default playable character.
Shantotto is essential right from the beginning, with the highest raw Magic along with magic skills and stat-boosting abilities, the player can make use of her to tackle the onslaught of bosses in Dark Notes. However, her abilities cost high CP, so she'll need more experience to make full use of her.
Her Limit, Ancient Magic, deals damage to boss-type enemies in direct proportion to Magic and Level.
- Type: Magic
- Ability Slots: 4 (2 Reactive, 1 Proactive, 1 Omni)
|Ancient Magic||18||Level 40|
The deadliest Tarutaru mage in Vana'diel. Her cute appearance and ladylike bearing hide a tyrannical temperament. Though she is both a hero and a genius, this audacious woman sees the world as but a plaything.
Shantotto is a default playable character. If the player did not select her among their party of four, she can later be unlocked by collecting Yellow Crystal Shards. She is the only returning character to undergo an aesthetic change, appearing noticeably smaller than all other characters.
She is a Spell oriented character. Her Limit, Ancient Magic, functions the same as before, dealing damage in proportion to her Magic and Level.
|Cry (Lv1)||4||Level 10|
|Cry (Lv2)||14||Level 35|
|Ancient Magic||18||Level 40|
|Cry (Lv3)||24||Level 75|
Shantotto appears as an ally and a summonable Legend. She is depicted in her default Final Fantasy XI outfit, as well as an event-related Santa outfit. She was first introduced as an event ally in the event, Winter Holiday Campaign while wearing an exclusive Santa suit. Leveling her up in this event granted the player the Shantotto I summon stone, along with each level-up at a specified number granting players an additional summon stone.
She was also present as an ally during the coinciding events, Final Fantasy Special Event Parts 1 & 2 - Shattered World and Final Fantasy Special Event Parts 1 & 2 - Showdown, in which she was unlocked by clearing the Crystal World stage. Leveling her up to 99 in these events granted the player her individualized SSR weapon, Plaga Scythe.
- Ability Cards
- Legend Cards
When speaking to this wee lady of Windurst, the topic of age is no doubt worst.
Shantotto is only available from the Premium Character Shop as a random downloadable content. She uses the Tornado ability during battle.
A noblewoman who commands the most powerful of black magics with ease. Known for her short temper, Shantotto wilts and withers mandragora sprouts beneath her fiery glare.
Shantotto is a playable character who can be recruited as the First Time Reward for completing Waughroon Shrine on the Classic difficulty in FF XI track of the Core Dungeons. She was also available on the Chaos gauntlet of Discord and Harmony.
Shantotto is the Lady of Legend whose combat role is Offensive Magic.
Shantotto is a rarity among the many Black Mages in that she is both powerful and relatively easy to acquire; she is the only Final Fantasy XI unit available through the core game and boasts top-tier Resistance and Magic throughout her progression. Shantotto is also notable for having a higher Attack score than most other Black Mages. Although she can also equip Monk skills, Shantotto is unable to use them effectively. Her Soul Break repertoire, however, can make her a very useful ally.
She can equip accessories.
Shantotto appears on numerous cards. One card depicts her Final Fantasy XI appearance, one her Dissidia Final Fantasy artwork, one her manikin, Lady of Antiquity, and one in her alternate outfit for Dissidia. Her cards are earth-elemental.
Shantotto appears as an opponent and on Triple Triad cards in the version available via the Final Fantasy Portal App. On Easy she uses rules Three Open and Plus. On Normal she uses Chaos. On Hard she uses Same, Plus and Chaos, and the rare five star cards of herself and other Final Fantasy XI characters can be won from her, among other cards. She uses the trading rule One.
In Dragon Quest X, players will be able to meet Shantotto who wound up in the Dragon Quest X world after one of her magical experiments in dimensional travel goes awry. Players can help Shantotto get items like Gysahl Greens for her chocobo.
Square Enix Legend WorldEdit
Shantotto makes an appearance as a card.
Puzzle & DragonsEdit
Shantotto appeared as part of the Final Fantasy collaboration. She was first introduced in the collaboration event that occured in the North American version from May 16, 2016 to May 29, 2016. Shantotto's Iridal Staff was an enhance material that was obtainable from the Shadow Lord and could have been used to enhance Shantotto's active skill.
She was obtainable as a 5-star ranked unit named "Shantotto", with an attacker type and a dark element. In her last evolution, she becomes a 6-star ranked unit named "Menacing Black Mage, Shantotto", with an attacker and devil type and dark and wood elements.
As a 5-star ranked unit, Shantotto wears her standard outfit while emitting a dark aura. Her active skill is O-hohohohoho! and her leader skill is You're making me lose my temper, dear!. After being evolved to a 6-star ranked unit, Shantotto produces an intangible scythe and floats mid-air, emitting a large dark aura and traces of a green aura while a Tarutaru watches her. Her active skill is O-hohohohoho! and her leader skill is Victory is mine!.