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FFX-2 Sword Dance 1

First part of Sword Dance in Final Fantasy X-2.

Sword Dance (ダンシングソード, Danshingu Sōdo?, lit. Dancing Sword) is a recurring Limit Break-type ability exclusive to Paine from Final Fantasy X-2. It manifests as a series of blades emerging from the ground around enemies and rapidly exploding.

AppearancesEdit

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-Edit

FFVIICC Dancing Sword is an enemy ability used by Genesis in both his first and final boss fights of the game. It inflicts moderate non-elemental physical damage while ignoring Vitality.

Final Fantasy X-2Edit

X-2

Damage all enemies.
—In-game "Help" description.

Sword Dance is a Limit Break-type ability usable by Full Throttle, Paine's special dressphere. It can be learned for 30 AP after learning Fright. It requires charging the whole available ATB gauge and does two highly damaging physical attacks to the enemy party.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain CallEdit

TFFCC Sword Dance is Paine's Limit Break ability. Its damage relies on her Strength, Agility, and Stamina.

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy All-Star CarnivalEdit

TFFASC

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Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

FFAB

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

FFRK

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【FFRK】パイン必殺技『ダンシングソード』

Video

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GalleryEdit

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EtymologyEdit

Sword dances are recorded from throughout world history. There are various traditions of solo and mock battle sword dances from Greece, the Middle East, Pakistan, India, China, Korea, England, Scotland and Japan. Many believe that sword dancing evolved from the early Chinese art of wu shu. The simple martial art became a military training technique with swords and spears and then turned into an elaborate acrobatic dance.