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FFTA2 Stardust

Stardust in Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift.

Calls down rain of meteors to damage all enemies.

Stardust (スターダスト, Sutādasuto?) is a recurring ability in the series.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy XIVEdit

XIV

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Final Fantasy Tactics AdvanceEdit

TA Stardust is an ability of the Illusionist class, learned for 300 AP from the Stardust Rod. It deals non-elemental magic damage to all enemies on the battlefield regardless of range at the cost of 32 MP with a power of 20.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the RiftEdit

TA2 Stardust is an ability of the Illusionist class, learned for 300 AP from the Stardust Rod. It deals non-elemental magic damage to all enemies on the battlefield at the cost of 28 MP.

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Final Fantasy Tactics SEdit

TS

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Bravely Second: End LayerEdit

BS Stardust is a Catmancy ability for the Catmancer. It is a light-based attack on all targets. It requires Catnip to use. It can be learned from the Reguli.

Final Fantasy ExplorersEdit

FFE

Rain meteors down on foes. Hold the button down to charge the attack and increase the number of meteors.
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EtymologyEdit

Stardust is a type of cosmic dust composed of particles in space. Cosmic dusts are miniature particles, which resemble dust itself. When cosmic dusts form a cloud in space, any light from stars will be refracted and nebulae will be formed. Although called "dust", stardust can refract more light depending on its size due to its refractory minerals.