Tifa appeared as a support character, and the first support character introduced. She could perform a Unison Limit Break with Cloud where she used her Final Heaven move with the Premium Heart equipped. She also provided a Level 1 power up which raised Cloud's attack power.
Tifa is one of the new characters in Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy fighting as a Warrior of Cosmos. She goes off her own during the twelfth cycle of war and comes into conflict with Ultimecia. Saved by Kain, she follows him to discover the truth of his betrayal, knowing he is a good man and would not attack his allies without reason. She does not know Sephiroth or Cloud due to losing her memories, but they remember her when the three confront one another in a Report.
Tifa dons her original design from Final Fantasy VII as her default outfit. Her alternate costumes, she wears her Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children attire and her Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- guide outfit. As a downloadable fourth outfit, Tifa wears an outfit with a red miniskirt, boots and gloves, based on her design by Yoshitaka Amano.
Tifa is set to appear as an obtainable character.
|Cloud: I couldn't finish 'em. Looks like this's gonna get complicated.||The following tables are incomplete and require the stats every 10 levels areas to be filled. If you wish, please examine the table and add anything missing. Remove this notice upon completion.|
A member of AVALANCHE, an anti-Shinra group that takes extreme measures to defy the company, and the popular proprietress of the bar 7th Heaven. She is a kind and motherly woman, while also being a proficient martial artist. Her lively personality belies an introverted nature and hides her love for her childhood friend Cloud.
|50||3250Reduced by 750 due to gaining Sacrifice||SSSStrength boosted due to gaining Sacrifice||C||A||C|
Note that when unlocking certain abilities, the ordinary stat growth fluctuates. On the levels that Sacrifice is unlocked, the HP is reduced (500 reduction at Sacrifice Lv1, 750 reduction at Sacrifice Lv2 and 1000 HP reduction at Lv3) but the Strength increased by an additional S.
|Weapon Break (Lv1)||Level 10|
|Brace (Lv2)||Level 25|
|Mirage (Lv2)||Level 30|
|Focus (Lv2)||Level 40|
|Weapon Break (Lv2)||Level 45|
|Counter (Lv2)||Level 55|
|Focus (Lv3)||Level 60|
|Mirage (Lv3)||Level 65|
|Weapon Break (Lv3)||Level 70|
|Brace (Lv3)||Level 80|
|Counter (Lv3)||Level 90|
Tifa returns as a playable character, and is one of the few characters to have a 2nd variation. Her 1st variation is of her original attire in Final Fantasy VII, and is unlocked by collecting White Crystal Shards. Her 2nd variation is the main representative of Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children, and can be available from the start by transferring save data from the second demo into the retail game. However, if the player did not select her among their party of four, or download the demo, she can later be unlocked by collecting Green Crystal Shards.
Her 1st variation is an Offense and Defense oriented type, while her 2nd variation is Speed and Support oriented type. Both gain, and share the same Limit, Final Heaven, dealing damage in proportion to her Strength and Spirit.
|Mirage (Lv1)||3||Level 10|
|Weapon Break (Lv1)||3||Level 15|
|Armor Break (Lv1)||2||Level 20|
|Brawler (Lv1)||9||Level 25|
|Dash (Lv1)||8||Level 30|
|Final Heaven||18||Level 40|
|Counter (Lv2)||10||Level 45|
|Weapon Break (Lv2)||6||Level 55|
|Armor Break (Lv2)||7||Level 60|
|Brawler (Lv2)||13||Level 65|
|Dash (Lv2)||12||Level 70|
|Counter (Lv3)||16||Level 80|
|Weapon Break (Lv3)||10||Level 90|
|Armor Break (Lv3)||12||Level 95|
|Mirage (Lv1)||3||Level 5|
|Cheer (Lv1)||8||Level 15|
|Brawler (Lv2)||13||Level 20|
|Dash (Lv2)||12||Level 25|
|Chakra (Lv2)||9||Level 30|
|Final Heaven||18||Level 40|
|Mirage (Lv2)||5||Level 45|
|Cheer (Lv2)||10||Level 55|
|Brawler (Lv3)||17||Level 60|
|Dash (Lv3)||16||Level 65|
|Haste (Lv2)||11||Level 70|
|Chakra (Lv3)||13||Level 75|
|Mirage (Lv3)||7||Level 85|
|Cheer (Lv3)||12||Level 95|
Tifa appears in Pictlogica Final Fantasy as a playable character.
Tifa is an ally and a summonable Legend depicted in her Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children outfits, an event-related sailor uniform, a swimsuit and a Santa Claus outfit. Her abilities are Beat Rush, Dolphin Blow, Meteor Strike, Somersault and Final Heaven. She was first introduced in the event, Final Fantasy VII — Calamity from the Skies, in which her abilities and weapons were made usable to successfully combat Jenova∙LIFE and Jenova∙DEATH.
Tifa has several collectible cards based on her appearances in Final Fantasy VII, Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy, and in Final Fantasy VII Advent Children. Her cards were valued high; her Final Fantasy VII card was an SR (Super Rare) valued card, while her Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy VII Advent Children cards were SR+ (Super Rare+). Her card's abilities were based mostly on her Limits moves (Waterkick for Final Fantasy VII card, Beat Rush for Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy card, and Meteordrive for Final Fantasy VII Advent Children). Her cards generally had higher Atk (attack) stats than Def (defense); her Atk stats were 3170, 3440, and 4720; while her Def stats were 2630, 2190 and 3250; all for Final Fantasy VII, Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy VII Advent Children cards respectively.
This AVALANCHE heroine really wishes people would stop getting into her drawers.
Tifa is an exclusive character only available from the Premium Character Shop as a random downloadable content. She uses Beat Rush and Somersault during battle.
A member of AVALANCHE and Cloud's childhood friend, Tifa is a skilled martial artist. Though shy, she harbors feelings for Cloud.
Tifa is a recruitable character initially unlocked as the First-Time Reward in the Shinra Building 26F-30F dungeon, from the Of Shinra and Legends Challenge Event. She was also recruitable in The Battle Arena, Hidden Resolve, The Lone Wolf's Lament, Cloudy Wolf, and A Night to Remember.
Tifa is an AVALANCHE Member, whose combat role is Physical Attack.
A strong Monk, Tifa was the first in her class to enter the Hall of Records by way of an event. She bears many of the profession's inherent traits: high HP, a solid Attack stat, and high Speed along with pugilistic attacks and skills. Gloves and claws are her preferred weapons as well, though a true match for her skill is somewhat hard to find. Even with a dagger, Tifa is not to be taken lightly on the battlefield. However, she is somewhat weaker defensively than most of the characters in this class and needs a strong piece of light armor to compensate for the lack of Defense and Resistance.
- Record Spheres
|Job||S.Lv 1||S.Lv 2||S.Lv 3||S.Lv 4||S.Lv 5|
|Monk||+1 DEF||+1 ATK||+40 HP||+1 ATK||+3% Monk Ability Damage|
|Warrior||+1 DEF||+70 HP||+1 DEF||+1 ATK||+2 ATK|
|Thief||+1 ATK||+1 DEF||+1 ATK||+55 HP||+2 ATK|
|Master Monk*Requires mastery of Monk's Record Sphere.||+3 DEF||+4 ATK||+200 HP||+5 ATK||+6% Monk Ability Damage|
|Berserker*Requires mastery of Monk and Warrior's Record Sphere.||+2 ATK||+2 ATK||+3 ATK||+3 ATK||+3% Fist Damage|
|Ninja*Requires mastery of Thief's Record Sphere.||+3 DEF||+3 ATK||+160 HP||+6 ATK||Use 4★ Celerity Abilities|
|Lifebane||Use 6★ Monk Abilities||Lifebane||+3% Monk Ability Damage||—||—|
Tifa can use Combat abilities up to rarity rank 5, Celerity abilities up to rarity rank 3, and Monk abilities up to rarity rank 5. Via Record Spheres, her available Celerity abilities increase to rarity rank 4 and Monk abilities increase to rarity rank 6.
Her initial Soul Break is Beat Rush, which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment unleashes a flurry of punches on one target. The fist Grand Glove (VII) can grant Tifa access to Somersault, which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment delivers an acrobatic kick to one target. Equipped with the Crystal Glove (VII), Tifa can use Waterkick, which deals three consecutive strikes against one enemy at the cost of one Soul Gauge segment.
After Tifa's level cap is increased she automatically gains the Record Materia, Fighting Master, which when equipped allows the character to deal more damage when equipping fists.
She can equip accessories.
Tifa is represented by fire-elemental cards, one being a promotional card. One displays Tifa's promotional CG art; another uses her artwork by Tetsuya Nomura; a third uses her Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy artwork; two depict her from Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Complete; one depicts her promotional render for Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy; and the promotional card depicts her artwork by Yoshitaka Amano. Her Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy card has the Falcon Dive Action Ability, while the promotional artwork card bears Waterkick.
Tifa is one of the many characters the player can transform into using the Trance system, which allows players to transform into many fan-favorite characters from the Final Fantasy series. Her appearance represents Final Fantasy VII alongside Cloud and Aerith.
Tifa appears on Triple Triad cards in the version available via Final Fantasy Portal App.
Tifa is an initial playable character whose moveset includes Somersault, Beat Rush, and chargeable energy blasts. Her alternate costume is based on her Yoshitaka Amano artwork, and a third unlockable costume depicts her in her cowgirl outfit from the time she served as a guide in Nibelheim in Final Fantasy VII. Tifa is fought as an optional boss in the game's Arcade Mode in the Golden Saucer. To fight her, the player must defeat every opponent up to Sasuke in under 3 minutes and 20 seconds. Her title is "Summoner", and she can be fought after defeating "Guardian" Cloud.
Tifa's fighting style is Zangan-Ryu Martial Arts mixed with Ken's fighting style, known as Mishima-Style Fighting Karate. Some of her moves are based on Jin Kazama's former fighting style of Advanced Mishima-Style Fighting Karate and Kazama-Style Traditional Martial Arts in Tekken 3, as she utilizes his basic combo attacks and two of his special moves, Demon Scissors and Double Lift Kick, mixed with her Limit Break, Somersault. Few of her Limit Breaks are used as her basic attacks.
Her unique ability is using her Materia magic, as she casts Fire and Ice to deal double damage and to heal her magic points by sacrificing few of her hit points by casting Drain. During charge, she can cast two spells similar to a Red Mage's Dualcast. Her win animation is her victory pose from Final Fantasy VII.
Kingdom Hearts seriesEdit
Tifa appears in Kingdom Hearts II, looking around Hollow Bastion for Cloud and helping Leon defend Hollow Bastion when the world is invaded. Tifa wishes to help Cloud fight Sephiroth, and has spent much of the game searching for him. She interrupts a battle between the two and gives Cloud the power of light to combat Sephiroth's darkness.
Cloud shines brightly and he and Sephiroth depart to places unknown to continue their battle. Tifa thanks Sora for his help in locating Cloud and gives him the Fenrir Keychain. She later appears as a boss in several cups in the Underworld Coliseum, fighting with the other Final Fantasy characters.
Tifa is the physical embodiment of Cloud's inner light to oppose Sephiroth, Cloud's darkness. She may be incorporeal and not an actual human. Nomura left her nature open to interpretation to generate discussion among players on whether or not Tifa was human.
Tifa was originally supposed to appear in Kingdom Hearts, but was removed for time reasons.
In addition, Tifa makes an appearance in Kingdom Hearts χ [chi] as one of the obtainable character cards.
Tifa appears as a playable character in the Itadaki Street series (more recently known as Fortune Street) of video-game board games exclusive to Japan. Her appearances as a playable character are in Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Special, Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Portable, and Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Mobile. She appears alongside many characters from the Final Fantasy series, including several others from Final Fantasy VII, notably Cloud, Aerith, and Sephiroth (who is a secret playable character), and Yuffie (only in Portable).