Ultima Demons (アルテマデーモン, Arutema Dēmon?) are servants of Ultima in Final Fantasy Tactics. They are more powerful than their Archaeodaemon counterparts and are blue in places where the Archaeodaemons are red.
Celia and Lettie, the two assassins serving Marquis Elmdore, are really Ultima Demons. Ultima Demons are also summoned by Folmarv Tengille to fight along side the undead Zalbag, and are present during the final battle with Ultima.
Ultima Demons are immune to Holy-elemental attacks, just like the Archaeodaemons.
- “A fell monster named after Ultima, the High Seraph. Attacks with the incredibly destructive Demon Magicks.”
|Move Rate||Jump Rate||Speed||Physical Evasion Rate||Base Attack||Base Magic||Base HP||Base MP|
Night Magic/Demon MagicksEdit
Ultima demon job command. Brings forth magickal powers from the dark realm.
The damage formula for Nanoflare is as follows:
The damage formula for all other attacks is as follows:
The formula for success rate of Twister is as follows:
|Original Name||WotL Name||Description||MP Cost||Range||Effect||Speed|
|Nanoflare||Cleave the very building blocks of matter apart, attacking with the resulting energy burst.|
Quote: "Open the doors to where power lives! Nanoflare!"
|Dark Holy||Unholy Darkness||Magick that inflicts damage by enveloping the target in a pitch-black void.|
Quote: "Aurora, exhale bloody air! Dark Holy!"
|Ultima||Magick that inflicts damages with pure energy.|
Quote: "Brush off vanity and show reality! Ultima!"
|Hurricane||Twister||Call forth a tornado to damage the surrounding area.||-||4||3||Now|
|Ulmaguest||Almagest||Inflict damage by bringing about a space-time warp set in place by stars twinkling in the firmament.||-||4||3||Now|
Ultima Demon appears as an enemy.
Ultima is Latin, and in many of today's Latin-based languages, for "The Last", in its feminine sense. However in the Spanish versions of many Final Fantasy games the spell name is "Artema", a more close translation of the original Japanese katakana.
demon is a supernatural, often malevolent being prevalent in religion, occultism, literature, and folklore.A