Wol is a "Blank," one of the young men who wash ashore the strange land of Palamecia without any memory of their past.
Through his travels, he learns a great deal about himself as much as the secrets behind the laws and the great prophecy that rule over Palamecia.
Wol is a tall, muscular man with short, white hair, and brown eyes. His appearance changes depending on the job class he is currently assigned with. He normally wears armor on his sides with pauldrons on his shoulders and armored sleeves, with a black tight material with gold ornaments concealing his front, leaving his back bare and a variety of tattoos visible. Wol wears also what appears to be leggings which are covered with armor.
Wol arrives in an unknown world with no memories. A mysterious voice helps guide him through his journey and tells him that "this country is the land of Palamecia, a place bereft of any hope. Its people wander in melancholy, their hearts untouched by the Light of Hope."
Creation and developmentEdit
Wol was designed with a lightweight costume for his initial "Onion Knight" gear, seeing that it was intended as a "bare bones" job. In response to player feedback, however, the design was changed to cover up more.
Wol's Japanese voice actor is Nobunaga Shimazaki.
Wol is a "Blank," one of the young men who wash ashore the strange land of Palamecia without any memory of their past. Through his travels, he learns a great deal about himself as much as the secrets behind the laws and the great prophecy that rule over Palamecia.
Wol is a Blank, whose combat role is Physical Speed.
Being the blank slate that he is, Wol is a jack of many trades, but a master of none. Then again, the Speed group, of which he is a member, is well-known for being extremely versatile. The player thus has one more character to mold as is seen fit. Wol has very good HP and Attack, plus excellent Speed, yet falls short on defense. His extensive skillset more than makes up for many of his shortcomings.
Wol can use Combat abilities up to rarity rank 3, Support abilities up to rarity rank 4, Celerity abilities up to rarity rank 4, Dragoon abilities up to rarity rank 3, Thief abilities up to rarity rank 4, Samurai abilities up to rarity rank 4, and Sharpshooter abilities up to rarity rank 5.
His default Soul Break is Onion Dicer, which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment deals three physical attacks to one target.
He can equip accessories.
Wol appears on Triple Triad cards in the version available via the Final Fantasy Portal App.
Non-Final Fantasy guest appearancesEdit
Wol appeared in Puzzle & Dragons as part of the Final Fantasy Collaboration. He was obtainable as a 4-star ranked unit named "Wol", with an attacker type and a light element. After evolving him, he becomes a 5-star ranked unit named "Knight of the Dawn, Wol", with attacker and physical types and fire and light elements.
As a 4-star ranked unit, Wol wears his standard outfit and wields a blade that gives him an aura of light. His active skill is Know divine wrath! and his leader skill is Arc Slash. Upon being evolved to a 5-star ranked unit, Wol dons the outfit of a knight, now wielding a blade that gives him an aura of light and fire. His active skill is Know divine wrath! and his leader skill is Radiant Sword.
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Wol appeared as an ally during the Mobius Final Fantasy collaboration event. He can appear as an Onion Knight, Warrior or Knight in the 7th battle of the collaboration event quest.
As Onion Knight Wol, he possesses the skills Onion Dicer and Dispel Barrier. As Warrior Wol, he possesses the skills Arc Slash and Foreknowledge. As Knight Wol, he possesses the skills Radiant Sword and Weapon & Elemental Seal.