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Fire Wall (ToD PSX)

Fire Wall as it appears in Tales of Destiny (PSX).

Fire Wall (ファイアウォール Faiauooru?) is a Fire-elemental spell that debuted in the original Tales of Phantasia, but it has made only sporadic appearances since.

Arte Description and History

Fire Wall, in its initial form, creates a burst of fire underneath its target. It is a part of a series of elemental "Wall" spells that include Ice Wall and Stone Wall, all of which can be negated with the "Silver Mattock" accessory in the Super Famicom version of Tales of Phantasia.

As part of Stahn Aileron's moveset in the PlayStation 2 remake of Tales of Destiny, this arte allows him to create a short-ranged burst of fire around him, as opposed to at an enemy's location. It also has a non-standard casting animation. Fire Wall is used by the Devil Beast Roparde in Tales of Xillia and its palette swap, Fortune Stepper, in Tales of Xillia 2 after they use Barrier Change to become Fire-elemental. Its animation in these games is identical to Flame Ring, where it inscribes a flaming glyph beneath it. This effect is much like a longer-lasting variation of Stahn's use.

Appearances

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Fan-Translated Names

In-Game Descriptions and Battle Quotes

Tales of Phantasia (SFC)

Japanese Description: 炎系攻撃呪文の一つ。燃え上がる炎の壁を巻き起こす
Romanized Description: Honoo-kei kougeki jumon no hitotsu. Moeagaru honoo no kabe wo makiokosu
Translated Description (DeJap Translations): "Burns an enemy in a wall of flame."[1]

Tales of Destiny (PSX)

Localized Description: "Traps the enemy in a wall of flame."[2]

Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology

Localized Description: "Magic: Call a wall of fire that launches all enemies caught within into the air."

References

  1. Tales of Phantasia (SNES) FAQ/Walkthrough Part 2/2 by JPuga GameFAQs (2001-07-15) Retrieved on 2009-07-01.
  2. Tales of Destiny (PS) FAQ/Walkthrough by CMoriarty / Psycho Penguin GameFAQs (2002) Retrieved on 2008-03-07.


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