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A Summon Spirit (精霊 Seirei?, "Spirit") is a being that represents some primal or divine force in the world. Often, they can be called forth by some sort of summoner, hence the term "Summon Spirit", but not always. They are known as Greater Craymels (大晶霊 Dai Shourei?) in Tales of Eternia, aggregate sentiences (意識集合体 Ishiki Shuugotai?) in Tales of the Abyss, and simply as Spirits in Tales of Phantasia and Tales of Vesperia.

History

Tales of Phantasia

Spirits are beings comprised of mana, sustained by the Great Tree Yggdrasill. Claus F. Lester researches the art of Summoning, which focuses on using jeweled rings to make pacts with the Spirits in order to summon them, allowing even those without elven blood to use magic. Cress Albane and Mint Adenade seek out Claus for his skill and magic, and much of the beginning of the story is spent on the quest to make a pact with Luna in order to use her power to help defeat Dhaos. A book in Claus's home in Euclid states Spirits are divided into Greater and Lesser Spirits. Claus makes pacts with the Greater Spirits, but there are Lesser Spirits beneath Luna, Aska, and Shadow. Claus not only learns to summon the Spirits of his world Aselia but also to summon the Spirits of Daemonium, a world connected to Aselia.

The Spirits in the game are as follows:

  • Martel, the Tree Spirit who watches over the Great Tree Yggdrasill. She is revered by people as the "Earth Goddess" in the nature worship-based religion predominant in Toltus.
  • Sylph, the Wind Spirit, who makes a pact with the "Opal Ring".
  • Undine, the Water Spirit, who makes a pact with the "Aquamarine Ring".
  • Efreet, the Fire Spirit, who makes a pact with the "Garnet Ring".
  • Gnome, the Earth Spirit, who makes a pact with the "Ruby Ring".
  • Maxwell, the Elemental Spirit and Lord of the Four Elements, who makes a pact with the "Turquoise Ring".
  • Luna, the Moon Spirit, who makes a pact with the "Moonstone Ring".
  • Shadow, the Dark Spirit, who makes a pact with the "Amethyst Ring".
  • Aska, the Light Spirit, who makes a pact with the "Topaz Ring".
  • Volt, the Lightning Spirit, who makes a pact with the "Sardonyx Ring".
  • Origin, the Spirit of All Things and King of the Spirits, who makes a pact with the "Diamond Ring".
  • Gremlin's Lair, hungry Spirits from Daemonium, who make a pact with the "Sapphire Ring".
  • Chameleon, beast Spirit from Daemonium, who makes a pact with the "Emerald Ring". Chameleon only appears in the Super Famicom and GameBoy Advanced versions of the game.
  • Pluto, the King of Daemonium, who makes a pact with the "Emerald Ring" in the PlayStation and PSP versions and with the "Lapis Lazuli Ring" in the GameBoy Advanced version. Pluto appears in all of the Tales of Phantasia games except the original Super Famicom version.

Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon

All of the Spirits from Tales of Phantasia, save Chameleon, reappear in this game. Most are fought during the Ordeal of Spirits the heroes Dio and Mel undergo in order to test their hearts.

The Spirits in this game are as follows:

  • Martel, the Tree Spirit of the Great Tree Yggdrasill, mentioned as the one who saved Dhaos and his planet, Derris-Kharlan.
  • Sylph, the Wind Spirit fought in the Ordeal of Spirits, who teaches about the heart of wind: Free Mind (じゆうなこころ?).
  • Undine, the Water Spirit fought in the Ordeal of Spirits, who teaches about the heart of water: Presence of Mind (へいじょうしん?).
  • Efreet, the Fire Spirit fought in the Ordeal of Spirits, who teaches about the heart of fire: Fighting Spirit (とうこん?).
  • Gnome, the Earth Spirit fought in the Ordeal of Spirits, who teaches about the heart of earth: Feeling of Gratitude (かんしゃのきもち?).
  • Maxwell, the Lord of the Four Elements fought in the Ordeal of Spirits, who teaches about the Spirit of Inquiry (たんきゅうしん?).
  • Gremlin's Lair, the Evil Spirit fought in the Ordeal of Spirits, who teaches about the Evil Heart (わるいこころ?).
  • Aska, the Light Spirit fought in the Ordeal of Spirits, who teaches about the Challenging Spirit (ちょうせんするこころ?).
  • Luna, the Moon Spirit fought in the Ordeal of Spirits, who teaches about the word of the moon: Worried Feeling (なやむ きもち?).
  • Volt, the Lightning Spirit fought in the Ordeal of Spirits, who teaches about Ingenuity (ソウイ クフウ?).
  • Shadow, the Dark Spirit fought in the Ordeal of Spirits, who teaches about Balance.
  • Origin, the Spirit of All Things fought in the Ordeal of Spirits, who teaches about Absentmindedness (むしん?) and Nothingness (?).
  • Pluto, the King of Daemonium fought in the Ordeal of Spirits, who teaches about Fear (きょうふ?) and Desire (よく?).
  • Norn, the Tree Spirit of Derris-Kharlan's Great Tree Kharlan, who administers the Ordeal to Mell and Dio.

Tales of Destiny

Appearing in the original PlayStation version of the game, Spirits are regulated to being summoned by consumable items termed ancient weapons in their descriptions.

The Spirits in this game are as follows:

Tales of Eternia

Craymels are the spirits within everything, comprising elemental energy in the world. By entrapping these Craymels within Craymel Cages, Craymel Mages can cast magic, Craymel Artes. Greater Craymels are the greatest manifestation of a certain Craymel, the pinnacle of that element. They can only enter a Craymel Cage through the "Parasol" device. The party in the game learn that the Greater Craymels are necessary in order to stop the collision of the two worlds of Inferia and Celestia, titled the Grand Fall. Meredy and Keele Zeibel are the Craymel Mages entrusted with the Greater Craymels.

Greater Craymels only speak the Melnics language, the language in which all Craymel Artes are cast as well as the native language of Celestia. The party uses "Orz Earrings" in order to understand Melnics. Futhermore, Greater Craymels are divided into three tiers: the Primary Craymels, who make up the basic elements of a world, the Governing Craymels, who unite groups of the Primary Craymels, and the Supreme Craymels, who are even more powerful than they.

The Greater Cramyels in this game are as follows:

  • Sylph, the Greater Craymel of Wind and one of the Primary Craymels of Inferia.
  • Undine, the Greater Craymel of Water and one of the Primary Craymels of Inferia.
  • Efreet, the Greater Craymel of Fire and one of the Primary Craymels of Inferia.
  • Rem, the Greater Craymel of Light and the Governing Craymel of Inferia.
  • Gnome, the Greater Craymel of Earth and one of the Primary Craymels of Celestia.
  • Volt, the Greater Craymel of Lightning and one of the Primary Craymels of Celestia.
  • Celsius, the Greater Craymel of Ice and one of the Primary Craymels of Celestia.
  • Shadow, the Greater Craymel of Darkness and the Governing Craymel of Celestia.
  • Maxwell, the Greater Craymel of Elemental and one of the Supreme Craymels.
  • Sekundes, the Greater Craymel of Time and one of the Supreme Craymels.

Tales of Destiny 2

Spirits are cameo appearances summoned in mystic artes by extending certain Advanced-Tier spells.

The Spirits in this game are as follows:

Tales of Symphonia

Summons Spirits are beings supported by mana from the Great Kharlan Tree. The original legend of the Regeneration states that when the Chosen wakes the goddess Martel, she will have the Summon Spirits to protect the world as well. The Summon Spirits actually do exist. It is the Summon Spirits with whom the hero Mithos Yggdrasill made pacts that hold the two worlds of Sylvarant and Tethe'alla apart. His pact with Origin forged the Eternal Sword, which gave him the power to split the worlds in the first place. Sheena Fujibayashi, a summoner from Mizuho, begins to annul these pacts to at first separate the worlds so that they would not vie for the same mana any longer, as it is the seals of the Summon Spirits which created the connection in the first place. She offers her own pacts in their place to do so.

As the party starts severing the mana links, however, the Great Seed which was protected by the seals weakened and began to draw mana into itself, going out of control and rampaging across Sylvarant. This is because uniting the two worlds is the Great Seed in the center, which was drawn upon equally by both worlds and maintaining balance. With the disruption of the process, the Seed goes out of control, and only a blast of mana from the Tethe'allan Spirits, as the Seed was infused with only the Sylvaranti Spirits' mana, calms it. In the end, when the new tree germinates, a new Spirit is created to guard: Martel, born from all those whose lives were sacrificed to the Great Kharlan Tree.

The Summon Spirits in this game are as follows:

  • Corrine, an artifical Summon Spirit created in Meltokio's Elemental Research Laboratory. After being killed protecting Sheena from an attack by Volt, he is reborn as Verius, the Summon Spirit of Heart.
  • Efreet, the Ruler of Hellfire, the Summon Spirit of Fire and one of the Sylvaranti Summon Spirits.
  • Undine, the Maiden of the Mist, the Summon Spirit of Water and one of the Sylvaranti Summon Spirits.
  • Sylph, the Heavenly Messengers, the Summon Spirit of Wind and collectively one of the Sylvaranti Summon Spirits.
  • Luna and Aska, the Light of the Heavens, the Summon Spirits of Light and Sylvaranti Summon Spirits.
  • Celsius, the Disciple of Everlasting Ice, the Summon Spirit of Ice and one of the Tethe'allan Summon Spirits.
  • Volt, the Hammer of Godly Thunder, the Summon Spirit of Lightning and one of the Tethe'allan Summon Spirits.
  • Gnome, the Servant of Mother Earth, the Summon Spirit of Earth and one of the Tethe'allan Summon Spirits.
  • Shadow, the Envoy from the Dark Abyss, the Summon Spirit of Darkness and one of the Tethe'allan Summon Spirits.
  • Origin, the King of the Summon Spirits, the Summon Spirit of All Things and he who forged the Eternal Sword.
  • Maxwell, the Ancient Ruler of the Elements, who keeps the city of Exire in the air.
  • Martel, the Spirit who guards the new World Tree.

Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World

Summon Spirits return in this game, though they as a group are not significant to the plot. Rather, only a few particular Spirits are focused on, though the places where the Centurions' cores are located are generally in the same places as their element's Summon Spirit was found in Tales of Symphonia, as Tenebrae explains that the places were the altars of the Centurions, which Cruxis repurposed as seals. Though Sheena retains the ability to summon them, she is unable to use their power in battle and only does so in cutscenes. The game's focus is primarily of a new Summon Spirit, Ratatosk, the "Lord of All Monsters", who sealed away the demons of Niflheim, and is the Summon Spirit of the Great Kharlan Tree.

The Summon Spirits in this game are as follows:

  • Ratatosk, the Lord of All Monsters and the Summon Spirit of the now deceased Great Kharlan Tree. He resides in the Ginnungagap and is responsible for sealing away the demons of Niflheim. Underneath him are eight Centurions, each representing one of the eight elements of the game.
  • Martel, the Summon Spirit of the World Tree, still forming her power base with the new tree.
  • Verius, the Summon Spirit of Heart, found in the Martel Temple and whose past life as Corrine, an artifical Summon Spirit, is alluded to.
  • Efreet, the Summon Spirit of Fire, whose home in the Triet Ruins is where the Ignis core is found.
  • Undine, the Summon Spirit of Water, summoned in a scene at the hot springs. It can be inferred that, had Aqua not already been awake, her core would have been found at the Thoda Geyser, Undine's home.
  • Sylph, the Summon Spirit of Wind, whose home in the Balacruf Mausoleum is where the Ventus core is found.
  • Luna and Aska, the Summon Spirits of Light, whose home in the Tower of Mana is connected to the Lake Sinoa Cave, where the Lumen core is found.
  • Celsius, the Summon Spirit of Ice, whose home in the Temple of Ice is where the Glacies core is found. Celsius is also summoned by Sheena to protect the group in one scene.
  • Volt, the Summon Spirit of Lightning, whose home in the Temple of Lightning is where the Tonitrus core is found.
  • Gnome, the Summon Spirit of Earth, whose home in the Temple of Earth is where the Solum core was supposed to be.
  • Shadow, the Summon Spirit of Darkness, whose home in the Temple of Darkness is where the Tenebrae core is found.

Tales of Legendia

Summons Spirits appear as the end as a gift from Grune to help sustain life to the world. There are six of them, probably representing the game's six elements. The Summon Spirits periodically appear as balls of light to Grune, introducing themselves and lamenting the fact that Grune has lost her memory. They then enter Grune's urn in seed form. At the proper places, Grune then plants their seeds, which she makes bloom at the end of the game with the last of her power.

The Summon Spirits in this game are as follows:

  • Efreet, associated with the game's Fire element.
  • Celsius, associated with the game's Ice element.
  • Gnome, associated with the game's Earth element.
  • Volt, associated with the game's Lightning element.
  • Rem, associated with the game's Sea element, which has holy connotations in context with the game and whose element contains many traditionally Light-elemental spells.
  • Shadow, associated with the game's Curse element, which has dark connotations in context with the game and whose element contains many traditionally Dark-elemental spells.

Tales of the Abyss

Aggregate sentiences are what happen when a massive amount of a certain fonon, the fundamental particle in Auldrant, gather in one place, enough to gain a awareness. Their names are the basis of Auldrant's calendar system, which uses the names of the sentiences for days and months.

The aggregate sentiences in this game are as follows:

  • Shadow, the aggregate sentience of the First Fonon, the Fonon of Darkness.
  • Gnome, the aggregate sentience of the Second Fonon, the Fonon of Earth.
  • Sylph, the aggregate sentience of the Third Fonon, the Fonon of Wind.
  • Undine, the aggregate sentience of the Fourth Fonon, the Fonon of Water.
  • Efreet, the aggregate sentience of the Fifth Fonon, the Fonon of Fire.
    • While the calender system uses the name "Ifrit", there is an "Efreet" spear, though Ifrit is a viable alternative.
  • Rem, the aggregate sentience of the Sixth Fonon, the Fonon of Light.
  • Lorelei, the aggregate sentience of the Seventh Fonon, the Fonon of Sound.

Tales of Vesperia

Spirits are the result of putting apatheia of Entelexeia through the process of Spirit conversion, developed by Rita Mordio and using the power of the "Child of the Full Moon". Their existence was required to convert aer into mana, a vital role in Terca Lumieres as an excess of aer not only caused the world to go out of balance but also corrupted the Entelexia charged with absorbing it.

The main Spirits in this game are as follows:

  • Undine, the Ruler of the Waters and Spirit of Water, reborn from the Entelexeia Belius.
  • Efreet, the Blazing One and Spirit of Fire, reborn from the Entelexeia Phaeroh.
  • Gnome, the Spreader of Roots and Spirit of Earth, reborn from the Entelexeia Gusios.
  • Sylph, the Binder of Winds and Spirit of Wind, reborn from the Entelexeia Khroma.

Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2

The Spirit of Ice Celsius is counted among the playable characters for the game and is the guardian of Garret Village. Additionally, the party can collect Spirit Stones by gathering the Fragments of Spirits within each dungeon or buying them with Grade on the Van Eltia. Once the Summon Spirit Stones are complete, they can be used to unlock a special green chest in that dungeon after a sliding minigame. For those Spirits who appeared in Tales of Symphonia, they appear in that incarnation on the Spirit Stones.

The Spirits in this game are as follows:

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