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- This article is about the Wind-elemental spell "God's Breath", previously localized as "Judgment". For the Angel Skill and Fonic Hymn that goes by this previous name, see Judgment. For the Sea-elemental spell that goes by that same previous name, see Judgment (Grune).
God's Breath (ゴッドブレス Goddoburesu?, "God Breath"), sometimes misleadingly localized as Judgment, is a powerful Wind-elemental spell that was once considered to be the strongest spell of its element.
Arte Description and History
This spell creates a pillar of immense atmospheric pressure that crushes enemies into the ground with a tremendous force of wind. This spell has no relation to the Angel Skill or Fonic Hymn known as Judgment, nor with the other spell that also goes by the localized name, Judgment, which is currently exclusive to Tales of Legendia, despite localization inconsistencies that caused all three spells to hold the same name in English media. The name "God's Breath" has since been created to separate itself from the other spells and avoid continued confusion.
The spell did not appear in the original release of Tales of Destiny 2, which consists almost entirely of newly-invented spell entries. However, in the ported version for the PlayStation Portable, both Philia Felice and Garr Kelvin are capable of casting this spell during their cameo battle, though it is often remarked to be especially easy to avoid due to having both a long casting time and a relatively small range.
- Tales of Phantasia (SFC) - Arche Klein
- Tales of Phantasia (PSX / iOS) + Full Voice + Cross Edition - Arche Klein (God's Breath)
- Tales of Phantasia (GBA) + Mobile - Arche Klein (Judgment)
- Tales of Destiny - Swordian Igtenos, Lydon, "Wind Power" Aura Disc (Divine Wind)
- Tales of Destiny (PS2) + Director's Cut - Garr Kelvin
- Tales of Destiny 2 (PSP) - Philia, Garr
- Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon – Sorcerer costume, Sorceress costume, Arche Klein costume, Norn
- Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon X – High Witch costume, Daimajutsushi costume, Arche Klein, Seirei no Toukatsusha
- Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 2 – Kishou Gakusha costume, Hatsumeika costume, Arche Klein, Garr Kelvin
- Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 3 - Arche Klein, Garr Kelvin
- Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology - Mage class, Arche Klein (God's Breath)
- Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2 - Mage class, Arche Klein, Garr Kelvin
- Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2 - Bishop class, Arche Klein, Garr Kelvin
- Tales of Phantasia (SFC) (DeJap Translations): God Breath
- Tales of Phantasia (PSX) (Absolute Zero): God's Breath
- Tales of Phantasia (PSP) (Kajitani-Eizan): God Breath
- Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 2 (Kajitani-Eizan): God Breath
- Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 3 (Kajitani-Eizan): God's Breath
In-Game Descriptions and Battle Quotes
Tales of Phantasia (SFC)
Romanized Description: Kaze-kei kougeki jumon no hitotsu. Fuuatsu de teki wo oshitsu busu
Translated Description (DeJap Translations): "Summons a freezing wind from the heavens."
Tales of Destiny (PSX)
Localized Description: "Sends a huge gale of wind to attack the enemy."
Tales of Phantasia (GBA)
Japanese Description:風系攻撃呪文の一つ 風圧で敵を押し潰す
Romanized Description: Kaze-kei kougeki jumon no hitotsu. Fuuatsu de teki wo oshitsubusu
Localized Description: "A wind-based attack spell that crushes enemies with pounding winds."
Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology
Localized Description: "Magic; Create a magic field to call forth a raging wind."
- ↑ Tales of Phantasia (SNES) FAQ/Walkthrough Part 2/2 by JPuga GameFAQs (2001-07-15) Retrieved on 2009-07-01.
- ↑ Tales of Destiny (PS) FAQ/Walkthrough by CMoriarty / Psycho Penguin GameFAQs (2002) Retrieved on 2008-03-07.
- ↑ Tales of Phantasia (GBA) FAQ/Walkthrough by sonicfreak77 GameFAQs (2007) Retrieved on 2008-03-07.