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Series appearances Edit

Final Fantasy XIV Edit

XIV The Abes set was an in-game reward for the attenders of Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival 2017 in Frankfurt. Attenders can choose between the High Summoner set or the Abes set.

Tidus appears as a legendary (5-stars) Triple Triad card.

Tidus Card
FFXIV TT Tidus
Card No. 77
Totaltotal stats of the card 27
Type None
Description
Obtain Currently Unknown.


Final Fantasy Tactics S Edit

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FFTS Tidus Portrait2

Tidus is a recruitable character. He is of the Visitor race and has Ace as his main job. His attack is Spiral Cut and his abilities are Slice & Dice and Energy Rain.


Final Fantasy Dimensions II (Free-to-play)Edit

FFLII Tidus

Tidus appeared in the original free-to-play version. He was a water-elemental summon and a character costume for players to obtain.

Tidus could only be obtained as a summon through participating in the pre-registration campaign for the game's relaunch as Final Fantasy Legends II or could be obtained by players that originally played the game under the Final Fantasy Legends: Toki no Suisho title. His signet artwork reused his promotional artwork from Final Fantasy X.

Tidus's special attack was Spring of Speed, which increased the speed of all party members for five turns and hastens their next turn. Summoning Tidus required two summon gauges. In addition, Tidus taught the Spiral Cut ability, which appeared as one of his Swordplay Overdrives and even shared the same animation. The Tidus signet was an SS+ rank summon and had a summon cost of 16 to equip to a character.

Tidus allowed the wielder to use the following abilities:

  • Spiral Cut I
  • Spiral Cut II
  • Spiral Cut III
  • Spiral Cut IV

Similar to other series cameo characters, the Tidus summon and costume were removed from the premium release of Final Fantasy Dimensions II.

Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008) Edit

Dissidia

Dissidia Tidus

Tidus is a Warrior of Cosmos and stands as the hero representing Final Fantasy X, opposing Jecht.

Though seen as cheerful and energetic by his companions, Tidus's weak point is Jecht, a warrior of Chaos, to the point the very mention of his name angers him. Though he confuses his friends in doing so, Tidus claims to hate Jecht and feels no sympathy for him in spite of their relationship, but when Tidus is given the chance to battle his father he hesitates and questions his motivations. Jecht, likewise, defies orders from the Emperor about Tidus, and father and son meet to do battle on their own terms.

Tidus's alternate outfit is a slight remodel, removing most of the tears and frays from his uniform along with removing the high collar from his shirt and restoring the mesh-basket armguard, based on his Final Fantasy X appearance.

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy Edit

Dissidia012 Tidus returns summoned for the first time to the war as a Warrior of Chaos. Bearing no memories of his home except for his hatred for Jecht, Tidus wishes to find and defeat him. Yuna tries to make him remember her and that he and his father resolved their differences, but the Emperor attacks her. Tidus intercepts the attack to protect Yuna, and while Yuna fights the Emperor, Jecht, a warrior of Cosmos in this cycle, saves Tidus's life by transferring his power to him, making Tidus into a Warrior of Cosmos and leaving Jecht an empty shell to eventually become a Warrior of Chaos.

Tidus's alternate outfit is redesigned to fully resemble his original Final Fantasy X appearance, while his third outfit leaves him shirtless as in Yoshitaka Amano's concept art of him.

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Edit

Dissidia

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Tidus's appearance in-game.

Tidus is a playable character for the Arcade system, as a representative of Final Fantasy X. He is classed as a Speed-type character.

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Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia Edit

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DFFOO Tidus

Tidus is set to appear as a playable character.

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Edit

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Theatrhythm Tidus
A blitzball player from the great city of Zanarkand. During a game, a monstrous creature suddenly appears and attacks the city. Amidst the chaos, Tidus is swept away to a world called Spira. In this world which he cannot understand, he meets the summoner Yuna and becomes her guardian, setting forth on a journey with her to find out the truth about Zanarkand.
—Online description

Tidus appears as a default playable character, based on his Dissidia Final Fantasy appearance.

Being one of the faster characters, Tidus's abilities either his boost his already great agility, and for assisting in field stages. Because of this, however, his offense is very limited and can't equip many abilities.

His Limit, Blitz Ace, deals damage to boss-type enemies in direct proportion to Strength and Agility.

Type: Agility
Ability Slots: 3 (1 Reactive, 2 Proactive)

Stats
Level HP CP Strength Magic Agility Luck
1 258 8 15 11 19 15
10 1,027 14 35 24 43 33
20 1,883 20 56 39 69 54
80 6,395 50 171 119 210 165
90 6,631 50 177 124 218 171
99 6,844 50 183 128 225 176
iOS stats
Level HP Strength Magic Agility Luck
1 258 B C S C
99 6844 B C S C
Abilities
Reactive Abilities
Ability CP Level Learned
Cheer (Lv1) 8 Initial
Dash (Lv1) 8 Level 5
Sic (Lv1) 10 Level 10
Cheer (Lv2) 10 Level 25
Blitz Ace 18 Level 40
Sic (Lv2) 15 Level 50
Dash (Lv2) 12 Level 60
Cheer (Lv3) 12 Level 70
Sic (Lv3) 20 Level 80
Dash (Lv3) 16 Level 85
Proactive Abilities
Ability CP Level Learned
Agility Up (Lv1) 4 Initial
Wind Rhapsody (Lv1) 5 Level 15
Sight (Lv1) 16 Level 20
Agility Up (Lv2) 8 Level 30
Sight (Lv2) 24 Level 35
Wind Rhapsody (Lv2) 10 Level 45
Agility Up (Lv3) 14 Level 55
Wind Rhapsody (Lv3) 16 Level 65
Sight (Lv3) 34 Level 75


Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Edit

TFFCC

As son to a famous Blitzball player, Tidus was expected to do little more than play well until he was dragged from all that he knew to learn of the cruel lies binding Spira and the bitter truth of his father's disappearance...
—CollectaCard

Tidus returns as a default playable character. If the player did not select him among their party of four, he can later be unlocked by collecting Indigo Crystal Shards.

He is a Speed oriented character. His Limit, Blitz Ace, functions the same before, dealing damage in proportion to his Strength and Agility.

Stats
Level CP HP Strength Magic Agility Luck Stamina Spirit
1 8 260 11 10 16 10 15 11
50 ?? ???? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??
99 50 6904 136 121 186 121 175 136
Abilities
Reactive Abilities
Ability CP Level Learned
Haste (Lv1) 6 Initial
Vigilance 4 Initial
Choco Cure 2 Level 5
Cheer (Lv1) 8 Level 10
Dash (Lv2) 8 Level 15
Thoroughbred 7 Level 20
Haste (Lv2) 11 Level 25
Blitz Ace 18 Level 40
Cheer (Lv2) 10 Level 45
Dash (Lv2) 12 Level 50
Sic (Lv2) 15 Level 55
Haste (Lv3) 17 Level 70
Cheer (Lv3) 12 Level 80
Dash (Lv3) 16 Level 90
Sic (Lv3) 20 Level 95
Proactive Abilities
Ability CP Level Learned
Wind Rhapsody (Lv2) 10 Level 30
Agility Up (Lv2) 8 Level 35
Wind Rhapsody (Lv3) 16 Level 60
Sight (Lv1) 16 Level 65
Agility Up (Lv3) 14 Level 75
Sight (Lv2) 24 Level 85


Theatrhythm Final Fantasy All-Star Carnival Edit

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TFFASC Tidus Portrait
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Pictlogica Final Fantasy Edit

PFF Tidus appears as a playable character.

Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade Edit

FFAB

Son of the legendary blitzball player Jecht and an ace player in his own right. A lively young man with a sensitive, even sentimental side.
—Character Description

Tidus is an ally and a summonable Legend depicted in his default Final Fantasy X outfit. His abilities are Energy Rain and Blitz Ace. His EX abilities are Blitz Ace, Slice & Dice, Energy Rain, Spiral Cut and Jecht Shot. He was first introduced as an event 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 he was unlocked by clearing the Zanarkand Ruins stage. Leveling him up to 99 in these events granted the player his individualized SSR weapon, Iron Grip. In battle, Tidus is armed with his Brotherhood.

Portraits
Ability Cards
Legend Cards


Final Fantasy Artniks Edit

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Final Fantasy All the Bravest Edit

ATB

Tidus ATB
Teary reunions and hard-core blitzball run in the family of this Zanarkand Abes star.
—Description

Tidus is an exclusive character available from the Premium Character Shop as a random downloadable content, he uses the Energy Rain ability during battle. His Brotherhood and Caladbolg swords are available as monster drops in the Zanarkand Ruins premium map, granting +2 and +10 attack respectively to the Warrior, Red Mage, Blue Mage and Onion Knight classes and to Firion, Terra, Celes, Zidane, Ashe and Lightning.

Final Fantasy Record Keeper Edit

FFRK

FFRK Tidus
Son of the legendary blitzball player Jecht, Tidus is a blitzball ace in his own right. While generally upbeat and gung-ho, he has a sentimental side as well.
—Character profile

Tidus appears as a playable character. He could be first obtained as a pre-registration reward in the first week of the game's release, then during the Challenge Event Operation Mi'ihen as a First Time Reward for completing Command Center - Operations Control on the Classic difficulty track of that event. He has also appeared in Defying Fate, Destiny's Path, This is Our Story and A Dream for Spira.

Assessment

Tidus is a Guardian, whose combat role is Physical Speed.

Tidus is a warrior with good all-around physical stats and high Speed. His skills are aimed at striking quickly or for high damage. Tidus is one of the best characters, simply because he has access to both Rank 5 Combat and Celerity, letting him pull of the devastating Powerchain-Full Charge combo, which rivals early Super Soul Breaks and Burst Soul Breaks in terms of damage per second. With a range of thrown weapons, he can easily switch from close combat to attacking at a distance as needed. However, Tidus has an affinity for water-elemental skills that have limited usefulness throughout the game.

Stats
Level HP Attack Defense Magic Resistance Mind Accuracy Evasion Speed
1 96 5 5 7 8 7 20 20 69
10
20 1,740 42 39 30 32 30 20 27 127
30 2,417 60 52 43 45 43 21 28 134
40 3,060 89 65 57 58 57 21 28 141
50 3,679 109 78 72 71 72 22 29 148
60 4,279 128 90 87 84 87 22 30 155
65 4,574 138 96 95 90 95 23 30 158
70 4,865 148 102 102 97 102 23 30 161
80 5,438 168 113 118 110 118 23 31 167
RankMax: 5 4 5 2 2 2 2 3 3 5
Record Spheres
Job S.Lv 1 S.Lv 2 S.Lv 3 S.Lv 4 S.Lv 5
Warrior +1 ATK +70 HP +1 DEF +1 ATK +2 ATK
Ranger +1 DEF +1 RES +1 ATK +60 HP +2 ATK
Knight +1 DEF +1 ATK +100 HP +1 DEF +2 DEF
Viking*Requires mastery of Warrior's Record Sphere. +2 ATK +3 DEF +4 ATK +230 HP +3% Water Damage
Spellblade*Requires mastery of Warrior and Ranger's Record Spheres. +3 ATK +3 ATK +170 HP +6 ATK Use 3★ Spellblade Abilities
Paladin*Requires mastery of Knight's Record Sphere. +3 DEF +3 ATK +4 DEF +250 HP +6 ATK
Abilities

Tidus can use Combat abilities up to rarity rank 5, Support abilities up to rarity rank 3, Celerity up to rarity rank 5, and Sharpshooter abilities up to rarity rank 5.

His default Soul Break is Delay Attack, which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment deals physical damage equal to 1.3x a conventional attack to one target and inflict Slow with an accuracy of 50%.

The sword Brotherhood (X) allows Tidus to use Spiral Cut, which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment unleashes a powerful physical attack on all targets with a multiplier of 4.8x.

The sword Lightning Steel (X) allows Tidus to use Slice & Dice, which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment deals six physical attacks to random targets, with a multiplier of 0.85x per hit, totaling 5.1x.

The shield Seeker's Shield (X) allows Tidus to use Swiftform, which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment grants Haste and restores one ability use to all allies.

The light armor Tidus' Strike (X) allows Tidus to use Leap & Rush, which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment deals three physical attacks to one target and remove the delay from the next two actions. Each hit has a multiplier of 1.68x, totaling 5.04x.

The sword Force Saber (X) allows Tidus to use the Super Soul Break Jecht Shot, which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment deals three ranged water physical attacks to one target, with a multiplier of 2.63x per hit, totaling 7.89x. It also gives a bonus of 10 Attack when mastered.

The sword Razzmatazz (X) allows Tidus to use the Burst Soul Break Abes All-Star, which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment deals five ranged water physical attacks on all targets with a multiplier of 1.02x, totaling 5.1x, and endows the user with the power of water. Furthermore, it grants Haste and Burst Mode to the user. The burst commands he gets access to are Volley Shot, four water attacks to one target with a multiplier of 0.54x per hit, and Spin Ball, two water attacks to all targets with a multiplier of 0.75x per hit. It also gives a bonus of 10 Attack when mastered.

The sword Apocalypse (X) grants Tidus access to Energy Rain, an Overstrike Soul Break in which Tidus leaps off the battlefield and sends beams of energy in an explosive water/non-elemental blast on one target. It has a multiplier of 12x and can break the damage cap. It also gives a bonus of 10 Attack when mastered.

The sword Double-Edge (X) allows Tidus to use the Chain Soul Break A Fleeting Dream, which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment unleashes 11 physical water attacks to one target and starts a water chain. Without the water chain, each hit has a multiplier of 0.72x, totaling 7.92x. It also gives a bonus of 10 Attack when mastered.

Equipment

Tidus can equip the following weapon types: daggers, swords, thrown, and blitzballs. The swords Brotherhood (X), Lightning Steel (X), Force Saber (X), Razzmatazz (X), Apocalypse (X), and Double-Edge (X) allow Tidus to use Spiral Cut, Slice & Dice, Jecht Shot, Abes All-Star, Energy Rain and A Fleeting Dream respectively.

He can equip the following armor types: shields, hats, helms, light armor, heavy armor, and bracers. The shield Seeker's Shield (X) allows Tidus to use Swiftform. The light armor Tidus' Strike (X) allows Tidus to use Leap & Rush.

He can equip accessories.

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Final Fantasy Brave Exvius Edit

FFBE

A young man who appears in the tales of another world where its people are trapped in a spiral of death. Tidus is a talented player of blitzball, a beloved aquatic sport played in the sleepless city of Zanarkand. During a tournament match, a calamitous being known as Sin attacked the city, sending him to the unfamiliar world of Spira in the process. Puzzled and worried about the circumstances he will surely have to face, he washes ashore at Besaid Island. There he meets a man named Wakka, and takes up his proposition of going on a pilgrimage with the summoner Yuna in order to find his way back home.
—In-game description (5★)

Tidus appears as a vision obtainable through summoning. A 5-6★ Rare Summon, Tidus' job is listed as Guardian, and his roles are Physical Damage and Support. His Trust Master reward is the Brotherhood sword, which has an Attack power of 135. While Tidus has no natural status ailment resistances (his Top Athlete passive ability, however, nullifies Blind, Sleep, and Paralyze), he has a natural +100% resistance to the Water element.

His awakening materials are the following: Fairies' Writ x20, Rainbow Bloom x10, Calamity Gem x10, Prismatic Horn x5, Divine Crystal x5

Stats

Tidus's stats at his highest levels are as follows (with no passive abilities taken into account), along with the maximum amount of stat points that can be increased through pot-enhancements:

Rarity Level HP MP ATK DEF MAG SPR Drop Check*Maximum burst stone drops per hit
5★ 80 2812 (+300) 122 (+50) 118 (+20) 96 (+20) 93 (+20) 95 (+20) 10 FFBE Limit Burst crystal
6★ 100 3656 (+450) 159 (+75) 154 (+30) 126 (+30) 121 (+30) 124 (+30) 12 FFBE Limit Burst crystal


Abilities

Tidus has four (5-6★) ability slots. Depending on his rarity, he has Green Magic affinity Lvl 5-6.

Rarity 5★
Ability Lv. Learned
Spiral Cut 3
MP +20%*Passive 21
Tackle Slip*Passive 35
Energy Rain 51
Entrust 60
Auto-Refresh*Passive 72
Get pumped! 80
Rarity 6★
Ability Lv. Learned
Top Athlete*Passive 1
Blitz Mania 31
Sun Crest*Passive 43
ATK +30%*Passive 78
HP +30%*Passive 86
Jecht Shot 92
Quick Hit 100


Limit Burst

Tidus' Limit Burst is a damage and support-type ability. Blitz Ace deals physical damage to a single enemy, and decreases its resistance to the Water element for 5 turns. The number of hits varies depending on Tidus' rarity: it may do nine (5★) or sixteen (6★) hits.

Rarity Name Effect Cost
5★ Blitz Ace Base (Level 1): Damage dealt (2.7x); Water resistance decreased (70%)
Max (Level 20): Damage dealt (3.65x); Water resistance decreased (89%)
14 FFBE Limit Burst crystal
6★ Blitz Ace Base (Level 1): Damage dealt (2.9x); Water resistance decreased (75%)
Max (Level 25): Damage dealt (4.1x); Water resistance decreased (100%)
16 FFBE Limit Burst crystal
Equipment

Tidus can equip the following weapon types: daggers, swords, greatswords, katanas and throwing weapons.

He can equip the following armor types: light shields, hats, helms, clothes, light armor and heavy armor.

He can equip accessories.

Gallery

Final Fantasy Explorers Edit

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Tidus appears as a character.

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Final Fantasy Explorers-Force Edit

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Final Fantasy World Wide Words Edit

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FFWWW Tidus
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Mobius Final Fantasy Edit

Mobius Tidus makes an appearance as an obtainable card. His outfit is also made available to the main character.

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World of Final Fantasy Edit

World Tidus is a summonable champion.


Final Fantasy Trading Card Game Edit

ATB Tidus is represented by multiple cards, four of them Promotional, all of the Aqua element. In his regular cards he is depicted in his Dissidia artwork, Final Fantasy X promotional poster art, Yoshitaka Amano artwork. In his promotional cards, he is depicted in his official Final Fantasy X artwork and render, Theatrhythm artwork and second alternative Dissidia outfit.

Triple Triad Edit

Tidus appears as an opponent and on Triple Triad cards in the version available via the Final Fantasy Portal App. On Easy he uses All Open and Plus. On Normal he uses Same and Swap. On Hard he uses Plus and Chaos, and the rare five star cards of himself and Yuna can be won from him, among other cards. He uses the trading rule One.

Guest appearances Edit

Kingdom Hearts Edit

Tidus Kingdom Hearts

A younger version of Tidus appears in Kingdom Hearts, as childhood friends with Selphie Tilmitt of Final Fantasy VIII, Wakka and the three main protagonists of the series, Sora, Riku and Kairi. He is an energetic boy confident in his athletic ability who likes to spar using a wooden training sword known as a bokken where he employs a variation of his original battle stance. Once Sora, Riku and Kairi are swept off the island, Tidus, Selphie and Wakka are left behind.

In Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, Tidus appears in the memory version of Destiny Islands along with Selphie and Wakka. In Kingdom Hearts II, he does not appear within the storyline, but is mentioned by Selphie who says he is too busy with his ball game (referring to blitzball) to accompany her to Destiny Islands. Another data version of Tidus appears in the Japanese mobile game Kingdom Hearts coded and its DS remake Kingdom Hearts Re:coded, where his appearance is identical to the first Kingdom Hearts.

Tidus's Kingdom Hearts design features a scar on his cheek that was not present in Final Fantasy X. Its origins remain unknown.

Tidus makes an appearance in Kingdom Hearts χ [chi] as one of the obtainable character cards. He appears in the remake, Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross], on several medals.

Itadaki Street Edit

Along with Auron, Yuna, Rikku and Paine, Tidus appears as a playable character in Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Special.

Square Enix Legend World Edit

Tidus makes an appearance as a card.

Puzzle & Dragons Edit

Tidus and his sword Brotherhood appeared as part of the Final Fantasy collaboration. The collaboration event happened in the North American version from 2 to 15 November, 2015.