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White Mage heals an ally's wound in Final Fantasy III.

Heal the body, heal the heart.
Dissidia Final Fantasy, White Mage Lore

White Mage (白魔道士 or 白魔道師, Shiromadōshi?, lit. White Magic Adherent), also called White Wizard, is a Job class in the Final Fantasy series, and is featured in several installments. It is among the first Job classes introduced in the series.

The Seer job is usually a stronger version of the White Mage.


The White Mage's equipment includes staves and maces (as well as hammers in the original Final Fantasy), but in later installments they more commonly use magical rods instead. Their armor, like most mages, is limited to lightweight vests and mage robes. Their physical stats are usually higher than those of a Black Mage, but are not as high as some other classes. Their magic stats, of course, are high, though they tend to be a bit lower than a Black Mage or a Summoner.

The most prominent ability of a White Mage is to cast White Magic, which usually includes healing and support magic, but may also include Status Effect spells. In later installments, the White Mages have been given the ability Pray, in which the party's HP would be minimally restored for no cost. Their ability to heal, protect, and resurrect fallen members of the party make White Mages invaluable, as they are usually the only efficient way of healing.

White Mages tend to dress in white robes with red triangular lining. They tend to lean towards lighter armor, generally robes, and their robes are trimmed with red triangles that usually flare out from cuffs, around hems, or on the lining of the hood if they wear one. Most White Mages are female, but some males have been White Mages as well. Male White Mages generally do not wear hoods. Sometimes Summoners are also able to cast White Magic. The recurring White Robe and Cat-Ear Hood are related to this job. In virtually all games the White Mage has one offensive attack, called Holy.


Final FantasyEdit


Main article: White Mage (Final Fantasy)

Although lacking in offensive power, White Mages are valuable due to their healing abilities. The upgraded White Wizard is even more powerful, having the ability to cast Full-Life and Holy.

Final Fantasy IIEdit

Minwu Sprite NES

Minwu is the royal White Wizard of Fynn, and one of the few male White Mages in the series. He has access to many high-level spells when he joins the party.

Final Fantasy IIIEdit


Main article: White Mage (Final Fantasy III)

The White Mage job is bestowed by the Wind Crystal, and is the only dedicated White Magic-user for the majority of the game. Aria Benett, Sara Altney, Prince Alus and Unei aid the party with White Magic.

Final Fantasy IVEdit

Rosa Farrell battle

In the older translations, White Mage was called White Wizard. Rosa Joanna Farrell and Porom are both White Mages. White Mages also appear as NPCs in various locations.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-Edit

Rosa Joanna Farrell and Porom are both White Mages, and NPC White Mages make an appearance in Baron Castle. White Mages have access to White Magic and can also equip bows and staves.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

Main article: White Mage (The After Years)

White Mage is a character who, along with Black Mage, accompanies Ceodore and the Hooded Man as they pass through the Devil's Road. Rosa and Porom also return.

Final Fantasy VEdit

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Main article: White Mage (Final Fantasy V)

The White Mage job is held by one of the shards of the Wind Crystal. Its job abilities grant access to White Magic.

Final Fantasy VIEdit

Banon is officially classified as an Oracle, but has Pray as his ability and equips rods, both attributes of White Mages.

Final Fantasy VIIEdit

Though Final Fantasy VII has no job system, Aeris Gainsborough is often considered a White Mage, as she has high magic stats, equips rods and staves, and her Limit Breaks heal and buff the party. Also, she is the owner of the White Materia, the sole source of the ultimate White Magic spell, Holy.

Final Fantasy IXEdit

Princess Garnet and Eiko Carol are able to cast White Magic along with Summon Magic, although Eiko has a far greater dominance over it, while Garnet favors summoning. Garnet also dresses in the traditional White Mage robes as a disguise early in the game.

Final Fantasy XEdit

Yuna is a Summoner, but not unlike the Final Fantasy IX summoners, her section of the Sphere Grid contains White Magic and other White Mage abilities like Pray.

Final Fantasy X-2Edit

Main article: White Mage (Final Fantasy X-2)

The White Mage dressphere is the same as the classic White Mages of the series, with minimal attack power, but large healing power. This particular iteration of the class is notable because it cannot directly use physical attacks unless berserked or using Mug.

Final Fantasy XIEdit

Main article: White Mage (Final Fantasy XI)

The White Mage is one of the six base jobs of Final Fantasy XI and is the most adept at healing and the only job with the ability to heal almost all debuffs. White Mages are also capable of the traditional supportive magic as well as a limited number of status-inflicting spells.

Final Fantasy XII International Zodiac Job SystemEdit

Main article: White Mage (Final Fantasy XII)

The Aries License Grid holds licenses for the White Mage job. White Mages use rods and some sword-type weapons, and can cast all White Magick and some Green Magick.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant WingsEdit

Main article: White Mage (Revenant Wings)

Penelo is a mix between a Dancer and a White Mage, and has several White Magic spells in her skillset. Hume White Mages also appear as an enemy.

Final Fantasy XIIIEdit

Main article: Medic (Final Fantasy XIII)

The Medic role is similar to a White Mage. Even though their abilities are never defined as 'White Magic', they can perform nothing but healing spells. Vanille and Hope are the only characters who are capable of learning all of the Medic abilities.

Final Fantasy XIII-2Edit

Main article: Medic (Final Fantasy XIII-2)

Medic reappears in the sequel with new abilities which are exclusive to Paradigm Pack allies: Cheer, and Esunada. Noel Kreiss can learn all the abilities available to party, but is a rather poor Medic due to his fairly low Magic, and Serah Farron is favored by most players as a Medic despite her lack of Cura and Curaja abilities due to her Magic being higher than Noel's.

Serah also has a costume as part of the game's downloadable content which is based on the concept of a white mage.

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIIIEdit

Lightning can obtain a garb modeled after the White Mage job, but the only spell attributed to being White Magic set by the garb is Dispel Lv. 2 (the other spell set by the garb is Quick Ruin Lv. 2). Normal healing spells attributed to being white magic can't be used by Lightning as a normal ability, however she can use Curaga for 2 EP on Normal/Hard mode or 1 EP on Easy mode from the pause menu.

The Angel of Valhalla can use Cure and Curaja depending on its heal level while teamed up with Lightning in the Wildlands, but it can also use elemental magics so it is more like a Red Mage.

Final Fantasy XIVEdit

Main article: Conjurer (Final Fantasy XIV)#White Mage

As of patch 1.21, Conjurers who meet certain requirements can obtain a Soul of the White Mage, allowing them to switch between both Class and Job at will. As a White Mage one is able to use advanced healing spells and abilities like Regen and Benediction while losing access to abilities from various other classes, like Thaumaturge.

The Artifact Equipment includes the traditional red-trimmed white robe with the hood down, much like White Wizard in the original Final Fantasy.

Also, a miniature white mage in the style of the original Final Fantasy is one of three possible outcomes of summoning the "Minion of Light" (the others being a warrior and a black mage).

Final Fantasy TacticsEdit

Main article: White Mage (Tactics)

White Mages have access to all White Magicks, and have the reaction ability of Auto-Regen and support ability of extra magick defense. They can wield staves and light armor and robes. They are also the fastest among the magickal classes.

Final Fantasy Tactics AdvanceEdit

Main article: White Mage (Tactics Advance)

The White Mage job is a basic job for humes, viera and nu mou. Their abilities of healing are of huge use throughout the entire game.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the RiftEdit

Main article: White Mage (Tactics A2)

The White Mage reappears in A2 as a base job for the same three races.

Final Fantasy Tactics SEdit

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Final Fantasy Type-0Edit

Class Seventh is attributed to teaching white magic. Rem Tokimiya was formerly a student of Class Seventh, until she was transferred to Class Zero to assist in fighting against the Milites Empire. In addition, many of Deuce's melodies consist of white magic spells and properties.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a KingEdit

Main article: White Mage (My Life as a King)

White Mages can be recruited as adventurers and have access to the most traditional White Magic and wield hammers.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a DarklordEdit

Main article: List of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a Darklord Enemies#White Mage

White Mages appears as enemies in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a Darklord. They are classified in the aid class, where they don't attack, just cure themselves when takes damage. They can be Clavats or Yukes.

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of LightEdit

Main article: White Mage (The 4 Heroes of Light)

The White Mage crown appears in this game, and enhances the use of traditional White Magic.

Bravely DefaultEdit

Main article: White Mage (Bravely Default)

The White Mage job is one of the first jobs gained after the basic Freelancer job. It is obtained (along with Monk) after defeating Barras Lehr and Holly Whyte in the Norende Ravine.

It operates similarly to the White Mage from the Final Fantasy III remake as the job must level up to access higher level magic, but in addition the party must have also bought the scroll for the spell from a Magic Shop before the White mage can cast it regardless of the mage having the prerequisite level.

It has access to all three levels of Wind-element spell as well as the staple, Holy. It is also the job that contains Staff Lore, the ability to raise arms aptitude for staves to S.

Final Fantasy DimensionsEdit

Main article: White Mage (Dimensions)

White Mage is a job class in this game. It is obtained at the beginning of the game and is thus available to both groups.

Final Fantasy ExplorersEdit

The White Mage job heals and powers up allies with supportive abilities.[1]

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Dissidia Final FantasyEdit

In the Duel Colosseum, when selected, the White Mage job card will fully heal the player's HP after battle.

Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

The White Mage job card reappears in the new Labyrinth mode, and will heal the current lead character to full health.

The White Mage is also a job that can be selected for a character in the player's Party for Quick Battle, Friend Cards, or wireless matches. The White Mage job doubles the recovery rate of the user's Bravery after they land an HP attack, and is needed to unlock the advanced jobs Knight and Sage.

Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

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Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

Main article: White Mage (Airborne Brigade)

The White Mage is a job in Final Fantasy: Airborne Brigade available from the start. The preferred weapons for the job are staves and the job specializes in intelligence abilities. The job is involved in the requirements to unlock the Devout and Paladin jobs.

Final Fantasy ArtniksEdit

The White Mage appears as a character card.

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Final Fantasy All the BravestEdit

Weary of healing, this champion of divinity has forsaken cures, and here knows only to strike.

The White Mage is a character available to the party, and uses the Holy ability during battle. Unlocks at level 3.

Chocobo's Dungeon 2Edit

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Chocobo RacingEdit

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Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo TalesEdit

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Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's DungeonEdit

Main article: White Mage (Chocobo's Dungeon)

Chocobo can use the White Mage job in Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon, while Shirma is a recurring White Mage in the Chocobo series.

Chocobo to Mahou no Ehon: Majo to Shoujo to Go-nin no YuushaEdit

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Dice de ChocoboEdit

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Final Fantasy Trading Card GameEdit

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Non-Final Fantasy AppearancesEdit

Mario Hoops 3-on-3Edit


The White Mage appears as a secret character in the Mario sports game, Mario Hoops 3-on-3. This is likely because Square Enix developed the game. White Mage's special shot is Holy Shot. She is voiced by Deanna Mustard, who also voices Princess Daisy in the Mario series.

Mario Sports MixEdit

Mariosports white mage

White Mage reappears in Mario Sports Mix for Nintendo's Wii alongside the same four unlockable Final Fantasy characters with which she debuted. She is one of 3 characters (or 2 in 2-2 battle) included in Star Ship Battle. She can be unlocked by getting all 4 crystals for the events Hockey, Dodgeball, Volleyball and Basketball, or by beating Star Road 2 times, winning the Flower Cup 4 times, and certain Mushroom Cup missions.

Mario & Luigi: Superstar SagaEdit

In Little Fungitown, shortly after Mario contracts Bean Fever, Luigi visits a hypnotist to snap him out of his fears. The hypnotist, Psychokamek, appears dressed in traditional White Mage robes and seems to utilize some form of illusory magic in hypnotizing Luigi.

League of LegendsEdit


White Mage Veigar.

In the PvP game League of Legends exists a champion called Veigar, who is an allusion to Black Mages. One of Veigar's skins is called White Mage Veigar, who strongly resembles a White Mage.

The Knights of AvalonEdit

The Knights of Avalon - White Mage

The Knights of Avalon collaboration project with Final Fantasy Brigade Break the Seal, the social game has to offer a limited summoning magic stone "SR Chocobo" and a limited collaboration armor of the White Mage and Black Mage [1].

Square Enix Legend WorldEdit

Square Enix Legend World - White Mage (FFXI) SR

The White Mage version from Final Fantasy XI appears as a card in the game.



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