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Get Revenge on Kefka With General Leo in Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia

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Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia is constantly adding new characters, and even only a couple years in has included several unexpected additions. The latest new character, who joined the game this week along with a story update is definitely unexpected. General Leo Cristophe, a character who sadly didn’t make it all the way through Final Fantasy VI, has joined the pool.

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Check out the character video below:

While Leo is naturally part of the accompanying pull banner, ready to bleed your coffers dry, he’s also part of the game’s main story. Leo shows up as part of Act 2’s eighth chapter, and you’ll get him for free if you play through the new content. And just for showing up, you’ll get his initial five-star weapon (Leo’s Sabre) as long as you’ve cleared the first act’s first chapter.

Leo’s main command ability is Call for Precision Strike, which is a combined BRV and HP attack that grants the Precision Strike status to himself (and to allies after being powered up). He also has Master Blade, which does multiple hits of BRV and HP damage, then boosts allies with BRV equal to HP damage dealt. Leo’s EX weapon, General’s Sword, grants the EX ability Shock. This ability does BRV and HP damage to enemy groups, but gains a boost when used against a single enemy.

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia is available for Android and Apple iOS devices.

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