Arte Description and History
When Emil Castagnier uses it in Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World, he jumps in the air with an upward crescent attack, followed by another. He then slams downward with a third crescent attack before sending a wave of energy at the enemy. After Emil seals away his Ratatosk mode, he says "Divine Radiance" while activating the attack, instead of "Dark Radiance", even though the arte label itself does not change. When Alvin uses it in Tales of Xillia and Tales of Xillia 2, he leaps into the air and then calls a ball of flame to his sword. He then descends while spinning his blade, dropping both it and the fireball onto his target. He can alter it into Devil Flare with his "Charge" special ability. In Tales of the Rays, Emil's variant is a regular arte, while Alvin's attains mirrage arte status and is Dark-elemental.
- Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 3 - Emil Castagnier
- Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World - Emil Castagnier (Dark Radiance)
- Tales of Link - Cutscene: Alvin (Dark Radiance)
- Tales of the Rays - Emil Castagnier (Dark Radiance), Alvin
In-Game Descriptions and Battle Quotes
Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World
Localized Description: "Arcane: Float the enemy high in the air with a slash and end with two downward strikes."
Tales of Xillia
Localized Description: "A martial arte in which the user leaps up and makes a deadly descent. When charged, becomes the stronger Devil Flare arte."
- ↑ Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World (WII) FAQ/Walkthrough by HolyLancer9 GameFAQs (2008-12-03) Retrieved on 2009-12-12.