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Zidane's outfit is a veteran reward for players who subscribed the game over 1,080 days. The equipment set is named "Tantalus" set.
Zidane appears as a legendary (5-stars) Triple Triad card.
|Zidane Tribal Card|
|Totaltotal stats of the card||29|
|Obtain||Random from Gold Triad Card.|
Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)Edit
Traveling with Bartz, Zidane turns their quest for the Crystals into a treasure hunt, which ends abruptly when Bartz falls into a trap and is captured. Blaming himself, Zidane meets up with Squall and reunites with Bartz, only to be captured himself. These traps have been set in place by Kuja who desires to break Zidane's spirit with hopelessness and loneliness.
His alternate form is a palette swap based on his Yoshitaka Amano artwork.
Zidane returns in the prequel to the first Dissidia along with the other characters from the game. Having been through several cycles of war and recovered all his memories, he is on good terms with Kuja, who seeks to betray Chaos and lead Zidane and his friends to Chaos's throne so they can defeat him together.
Kefka derails Kuja's scheme and summons manikins to attack Zidane, Bartz and Squall. To save face with the warriors of Chaos so as not to be persecuted for his betrayal, Kuja feigns having deceived the warriors of Cosmos, and reluctantly defeats the three but allow them to escape. Zidane is later incapacitated by Kain, who wishes to save him from defeat by the manikins.
Zidane's second alternate outfit is the armor he wore while disguised as a Knight of Pluto in Final Fantasy IX. As a bonus fourth outfit available for download, Zidane wears the hooded black cloak he wore to disguise himself in the ending of Final Fantasy IX.
Dissidia Final Fantasy (2015)Edit
Zidane is a playable character for the Arcade system, as a representative of Final Fantasy IX. He is classed as a Speed-type character.
Zidane is set to appear as an obtainable character.
A quick-witted member of Tantalus, that famous group of part-time theatre players and full-time thieves, Zidane has never been able to say no to a pretty face. In the midst of a play, he kidnaps Princess Garnet of Alexandria and soon finds himself embroiled in political plays between great nations on her behalf. What began as a scripted tale on a small theater ship will evolve into a sprawling epic which will decide the survival of an entire planet.
Zidane is a default playable character in Theatrhythm Final Fantasy.
He is a Speed and Treasure oriented character. His Limit, Grand Lethal, deals damage in direct proportion to his Strength and Level.
- iOS stats
|Steal (Lv1)||Level 25|
|Escape (Lv2)||Level 35|
|Grand Lethal||Level 40|
|Escape (Lv3)||Level 60|
|Steal (Lv2)||Level 70|
|Steal (Lv3)||Level 90|
|Earth Blues (Lv1)||Initial|
|Sinewy Etude (Lv1)||Level 5|
|Earth Blues (Lv2)||Level 10|
|Treasure Hunter (Lv1)||Level 15|
|Luck Up (Lv1)||Level 20|
|Hero's Rime (Lv1)||Level 30|
|Treasure Hunter (Lv2)||Level 45|
|Sinewy Etude (Lv2)||Level 50|
|Hero's Rime (Lv2)||Level 55|
|Earth Blues (Lv3)||Level 65|
|Treasure Hunter (Lv3)||Level 75|
|Sinewy Etude (Lv3)||Level 80|
|Hero's Rime (Lv3)||Level 85|
Zidane returns as a default playable character. If the player did not select him among their party of four, he can later be unlocked by collecting Red Crystal Shards.
He is a Speed, Treasure, and Support oriented character. His Limit, Grand Lethal, functions the same as before, dealing damage in proportion to his Strength and Level.
|Escape (Lv2)||3||Level 15|
|Steal (Lv1)||16||Level 20|
|Dash (Lv2)||12||Level 30|
|Escape (Lv3)||4||Level 35|
|Grand Lethal||18||Level 40|
|Steal (Lv2)||20||Level 55|
|Dash (Lv3)||16||Level 75|
|Auto Potion||15||Level 85|
|Steal (Lv3)||24||Level 95|
|Earth Blues (Lv1)||5||Initial|
|Hastemarch (Lv1)||7||Level 5|
|Treasure Hunter (Lv1)||12||Level 10|
|Earth Blues (Lv2)||10||Level 25|
|Hastemarch (Lv2)||10||Level 45|
|Treasure Hunter (Lv2)||16||Level 50|
|Item Lore||14||Level 60|
|Earth Blues (Lv3)||16||Level 65|
|Move-HP Up||13||Level 70|
|Hastemarch (Lv3)||15||Level 80|
|Treasure Hunter (Lv3)||20||Level 90|
Zidane is an ally and a summonable Legend in Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade.
- Ability Cards
- Legend Cards
This Tantalus Theatre Troupe member really knows how to touch—er, treat a lady.
Zidane is an exclusive character only available from the Premium Character Shop as a random downloadable content. He uses the Thievery ability during battle.
A member of Tantalus, a traveling troupe of entertainers who moonlight as a band of thieves. Zidane is virtuous at heart, and he knows how to entertain a crowd, but he does have a weakness for the ladies.
Zidane is a playable character who could be recruited during the Challenge Event A Place to Call Home as the First Time Reward for completing the event's stage Conde Petie Mountain Path on the Classic difficulty. He has also appeared in Someone to Protect, A Summoner Reborn, Angel of Death, and Show of Resolve as a supporting character.
Zidane is a Tantalus Player, whose combat role is Physical Speed.
As most of the characters known to be Thieves, Zidane possesses aptitudes in a broad variety of weapons and skills, and he has a strong enough Attack stat to use all of them well. Being a Speed fighter, his HP and Defense are somewhat low if not average for the class. That being the case, he will need a good piece of light armor to keep him from taking too much damage in battle. Zidane is a master of both the Thief and Celerity skill groups, which places him ahead of Tidus in his ability to cripple an attacking enemy party.
Zidane can use Combat abilities up to rarity rank 4, Support abilities up to rarity rank 3, Celerity abilities up to rarity rank 5, Thief abilities up to rarity rank 5, and Knight abilities up to rarity rank 3.
His default Soul Break is What's That!? which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment has 50% chance to inflict Stop on all targets. The sword Butterfly Sword (IX) allows Zidane to use Scoop Art which at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment deals three consecutive non-elemental physical attacks to one target.
He can equip accessories.
Zidane appears as a vision obtainable through summoning. His job is Bandit. His trust mastery reward is Dual Wield. He possesses the special abilities Steal, Analyze, Chivalry, Escape, Steal Gil, Eye for an Eye, Counter, Mug and Bandit. His limit bursts are Meo Twister, Solution 9 and Grand Lethal.
- No. 143: "A young man who appears in tales of Gaia, a world foreign to this one. He is a lone orphan, adopted as a small child by the troupe of theatrical thieves known as Tantalus, and their leader, Baku. He was raised by Tantalus and considers the group his family, but even having such a home cannot erase his longing to discover his true roots. He has a bright and cheery disposition, and a strong sense of justice for a thief, but his womanizing tendencies keep the shine off of this diamond in the rough. The moment he spots a cute girl, he will pull out every trick in his bag to try to pick her up."
- No. 144: "A young man who appears in tales of Gaia, a world foreign to this one. He is a member of the Tantalus Theater Troupe, a band of traveling thieves who attempt to kidnap Princess Garnet of Alexandria. Finding himself captivated by Garnet, who is troubled by the changes in her beloved mother's behavior, he pledges himself to her cause. As they set out on a journey together with the young black mage Vivi and an Alexandrian knight named Steiner, he comes closer to the truth about the two moons in Gaia's night sky, and the roots he has searched for all his life."
- No. 145: "A young man who appears in tales of Gaia, a world foreign to this one. On a quest to help Princess Garnet of Alexandria save her kingdom, he learns of the existence of Terra, a foreign planet trying to take over Gaia and replace its people. Confronted with the knowledge that he is not, in fact, human, but a tool create by Terrans to take over Gaia, he is overwhelmed by a self-destructive despair. But the friends and allies who have traveled with him so long draw him from his shell and help him to accept himself as he is, lending him the courage he needs to fight his fate."
- —Entries for different versions of Zidane.
Zidane's attire appears as a costume for Wol.
Zidane appears in the Final Fantasy Trading Card Game and is represented in numerous cards: some of the Wind element and some of the Shine element. His Wind cards depict him in his Dissidia artwork and Yoshitaka Amano artwork. His Shine cards depict him in a screenshot from a Final Fantasy IX FMV as well as his render and his Theatrhythm Final Fantasy artwork.
Zidane appears as an opponent and on Triple Triad cards in the version available via the Final Fantasy Portal App. On Easy he uses Plus. On Normal he uses Plus and Swap. On Hard he uses Three Open, Same, Chaos and Swap, and the rare five star cards of himself can be won from him, among other cards. He uses the trading rule One.
Zidane has appeared in Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Portable as a playable character.
Zidane appeared in Puzzle & Dragons as part of the Final Fantasy Collaboration. The collaboration event happened in the North American version of the game from 2 to 15 November 2015.