Arte Description and History
Divine Power first appeared as an offensive spell used by Swordian Clemente and Hugo Gilchrist in the PlayStation version of Tales of Destiny. The spell consists of an assault of elements emancipated in the sequence of Fire, Ice, Wind, and Earth. Firstly, a swarm of fire shrouds the enemy, and a blizzard is summoned to engulf them. Wind then surrounds them in the form of a tornado, finishing with a giant rock that falls onto them from above.
The arte later appeared in the PlayStation 2 remake of Tales of Destiny as a Blast Caliber used by Philia. The arte is visually the same as the original, the minor differences being Philia's interaction with the spell as she commands the elements using Clemente, as well as a cluster of crystals fall upon the enemy instead of a giant rock. Although the arte contains various different elements that, under normal circumstances, certain enemies may be resistant or weak to, the arte itself is non-attributed, which means that no enemy is resistant to it.
- Tales of Destiny (PSX) - Swordian Clemente, Hugo, Kronos, Druaga (Divine Power)
- Tales of Destiny (PS2) + Director's Cut - Philia Felice
- Tales of Destiny 2 (PSP) - Philia
In-Game Descriptions and Battle Quotes
Tales of Destiny
Japanese Quote: いきます！ありったけ！唸れ！炎よ！舞え！吹雪よ！切り裂け！風よ！とどめ！ディバインパウア！
Romanized Quote: Ikimasu. Arittake! Unare honoo yo! Mae fubuki yo! Kirisake kaze yo! Todome! Dibainpaua!
Translated Quote: "Here goes everything I've got! Roar proudly, O scorching flames! Dance elegantly, O frigid winds! Tear them down, O violent gale! Time to finish this! Divine Power!"
- ↑ 術技の特殊台詞（味方） Tales of Destiny for PS2 @WIKI (2010) Retrieved on 2010-11-13.
- ↑ Tales of Destiny DC: Blast Caliber Exhibition (Subbed in English) (HD) by Kevassa02 YouTube (2010-02-27) Retrieved on 2010-04-19.