Final Fantasy XIV Gil White magic beyond the padjal
So, it's long been a sticking point - especially for the roleplaying community - that white magic is only known to the padjal and; if they took that FFXIV Path, the Warrior of Light. And nobody else
I remember overhearing that Square wanted to 'fix' that and introduce some people beyond the padjal who also know the secrets of white magic.
White magic:sometimes shortened to White, Wht Mag or Wht Magic, and referred to as White Magick in the Ivalice Alliance, is a recurring skill set and one of the main types of Magic in the Final Fantasy series. It focuses mainly on recovery and support magic, although there is usually some strategic magic in the skill set. In titles that feature the job system, White Magic is commonly associated with the White Mage Job class, but is also usually available to Paladins, Red Mages, Seers and Sages.
Over the course of the titles, White Magic spells have been interchanged with Black Magic, Time Magic, and in Ivalice titles, a new school of magic known as Green Magick.
White Magic support spells can usually be used against undead type monsters to deal damage and other adverse effects.
Did the end of ARR just reveal that 'other group' might be the Sharlayans?
During the escape Y'shtola casts what appears to be Holy, I've heard some people saying she simply converted her life force into a mana bomb, but if you look at the spell after she releases it the projectile continues to slowly rising, drawing more and more aether from the ground and surrounding environment; like holy, rather than being linked to Y'shtola herself (Who, importantly doesn't dissipate either). Square hasn't historically been lazy with details like that, for example it's very clear when Moenbryda converts her life force into aether sacrifically.
At any rate, it just seems plausible, in combination with what Y'shtola did that the Sharlyans with their immense knowledge of aether and magic either have knowledge of forbidden white magic at their disposal, or at the very least have rediscovered some of their secrets for themselves.
While I don't think she's a whm mage, that doesn't mean that she couldn't have found a way to replicate a whm spell.
Afterall, WHM is a school of magic and being a scholar and student of Louisoix himself it's not out of the realm of possibility that she created a variation of Holy.
It's interesting that instead of focusing her energy to her wand. She focuses it on her hands and make incantations. Though I'm guessing current WHM have to meditate to communicate with elementals to help charge up their spells
Based on the dialogue it seems to have been a dangerous spell to use.....or maybe they were just using parting words since the brass blades would be on their way.
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