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DFFOO Aspir Field

Siphon Delta in Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia.

Generate a field that absorbs MP
Final Fantasy Type-0 description

Siphon Delta (アスピルフィールド, Asupiru Fīrudo?, lit. Aspir Field) is a recurring ability in the series. It is an ability used exclusively by Rem Tokimiya.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy Type-0Edit

Siphon Delta is an ability for Rem that requires 6 AP and is available after learning Siphon Sphere: Time ↑. Rem generates a field that absorbs MP.

Siphon Delta: Power ↑ requires 8 AP and is available after learning Siphon Delta. It increases the power of Siphon Delta. Siphon Delta: AG ↓ requires 8 AP and is available after learning Siphon Delta. It reduces the AG cost of Siphon Delta.

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera OmniaEdit

Siphon Delta is Rem's exclusive EX Ability that deals 2-HIT AoE BRV and HP damage to all enemies, and it recovers all party members' HP based on HP damage dealt up to 20% of their max HP. Upon recovering HP, if the healing amount exceeds the target's max HP, the excess is converted to BRV. It also grants Siphon status to all party members, nullifying an ability cost for 1 turn, and increases their Attack for 5 turns. The skill has a low action delay and requires Defender's Dagger passive ability.

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EtymologyEdit

Delta, Δ or δ, is a letter in the Greek alphabet, and also used as a mathematical symbol.