|Final Fantasy Tactics Character|
- "Tietra is Delita's younger sister. Both are children of a simple farmer who lived and worked on land by House Beoulve. Lord Barbaneth Beoulve assumed custody of both Tietra and Delita soon after their parents were taken by the Black Death. She attended the Eagrose Preparatory Akademy with Alma, but her peers would not accept her due to her roots."
- —Personae description
Tietra Heiral, also known as Teta Hyral, is Delita's sister from Final Fantasy Tactics. She was taken in by Barbaneth Beoulve prior to his death, and is friends with his daughter Alma. Her birthday is February 15.
Appearance and PersonalityEdit
Tietra loves Delita as her brother. Tietra is gentle and she speaks only when needed. She has brown hair and wears a purple dress.
Tietra was taken in by House Beoulve along with her elder brother Delita, after their parents died of the Black Death.
Capture by the Corpse BrigadeEdit
During a Corpse Brigade assassination attempt on Barbaneth's eldest son Dycedarg Beoulve, Gragoroth Levigne attempts to seize Alma, but Dycedarg's brother Zalbaag intervenes. He then seizes Tietra and escapes with her, taking her to the Windmill Hut. Like Gragoroth, Wiegraf Folles mistakenly believes she is a Beoulve. Meanwhile, Zalbaag readies the Order of the Northern Sky Knights for an attack on the Corpse Brigade. Realizing this would likely result in Tietra's death, Delita convinces his friend Ramza Beoulve to defy his half-brothers and attempt a rescue.
Ramza and Delita make their way to the Lenalian Plateau where they are confronted and attacked by Wiegraf's sister Milleuda. They kill her, and Wiegraf becomes furious, resolving to fight Ramza. He orders Gragoroth to go to Ziekden Fortress, leaving Tietra behind. However, Gragoroth ignores him, considering her an Ace in the Hole, and takes her with him regardless. Ramza and Delita defeat Wiegraf and move on to Ziekden Fortress, but Zalbaag and Argath Thadalfus arrive first with the Northern Sky Knights. As Ramza and Delita arrive, they find a standoff: Gragoroth is holding Tietra hostage with Argath pointing his crossbow at the two.
Zalbaag gives an order and Argath fires two shots. The first strikes Tietra, while the second hits Gragoroth. Wounded, Gragoroth releases Tietra and crawls back inside the fort. Tietra calls out to Delita and then collapses. As Zalbaag leaves, Delita goes into a rage, and with Ramza, he lunges forward to kill Argath. Argath fights back and is guarded by a number of Northern Sky Knights, but Delita and Ramza prevail, killing him.
As Delita goes over to Tietra, Gragoroth lights explosives within the fort. Delita later remarks Tietra "watched over [him] that day", although what he means by that is pretty ambiguous (there are hints in the Japanese version that she physically saved him from death by shielding his body from the explosion, though this can also mean that she 'saved him' in that she gave him a purpose, or is guiding his hand or some such).
Following Tietra's death, Delita mourns little for her. However, he thinks of Tietra often, and when he finds something hard to do, he does it "on Tietra's name".
Sister to Delita Heiral. She and her brother have relied upon one another since losing their parents long ago.
Note: This job is a story related job used in cut scenes, but there is a skillset associated with the job. Unfortunately, it possesses no Reaction Abilities, no Support Abilities, and no Movement Abilities. Curious to say, the developers did take time to give it a job and skillset description.
|Move Rate||Jump Rate||Speed||Physical Evasion Rate||Base Attack||Base Magic||Base HP||Base MP|
Tietra's job command. Taught by her elder brother, this magick is hers alone.
|PS1 Name||PSP Name||Description||MP Cost||Range||Effect||Speed||JP Needed|
|Cure||White Magick that soothes injuries, restoring HP. |
Can be Reflected. Arithmeticks.
Quote: "Life's refreshing breeze, blow in energy! Cure!"
|Wish||Chant||Sacrifice HP to restore twice as much to an ally.||-||1||1||Now||0|
Tietra "participates" in the battle at Ziekden Fortress, but she is unconscious for the entirety of the battle and cannot be revived, even by using a Phoenix Down or the White Mage's Raise or Arise spells, nor the Monk's Revive ability because her job class comes with the innate KO.
She uses the unique Job Class Commoner (or Delita's Sis in the PS1 version).
- Despite the fact she's a peasant, she's arguably the most influential character of the game, as it was her death that made Ramza and Delita take on ways that ultimately finished the wrongdoings of both the nobles and the Lucavi.