The Sending (異界送り, Ikai Okuri?), also known as To the Farplane, is a Limit Break-type ability associated with Yuna. It first appeared in Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy as a damage-dealing EX Burst for Yuna, since her original Overdrive from Final Fantasy X was a support-oriented ability. The ability is based on the sending ritual Yuna performs in Final Fantasy X where she sends the pyreflies of the dead to the Farplane, but it is not an ability she can use in battle in that game.
The Sending Z, The Sending X and The Sending Ω are available when using Yuna signets of varying ranks. The wielder is lifted mid-air by a pillar of water and attacks an enemy several times with a water-based attack.
Sends foe to another dimension after attacking with the summoned Aeon.
To The Farplane (Sending in the Japanese release) is Yuna's EX Burst. Yuna dances on a pillar of water and summons all her aeons to attack her opponent in sequence. The player must time button presses with an on-screen graphic of a ring of energy closing in on a button icon to maximize the damage done.
The Sending is en exclusive reactive ability that costs 18 CP to equip. It is activated in Battle Music Sequences (BMS) when a boss-class enemy appears. It deals damage in direct proportion to Magic and Spirit. It is learned by Yuna (level 40).
The Sending is a character-specific Soul Break exclusive to Yuna via rod Magistral Rod (X). It deals holy-elemental damage to all enemies with the damage equal to 717% of the base magic damage, calculations dependent on her Mind. If Yuna completes battles alive with Magistral Rod (X) equipped, she can eventually master The Sending without needing to be equipped with the weapon in question to use it.