Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Spell Fusion Combos

A complete list of spell combinations and the Magicite required for Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition.

Most who played Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles on the GameCube never had the chance to cast most of the game's higher-tier spell combos because they required multiple players. That's still the case with the Remastered Edition, but with online multiplayer, it's easier than ever to harness the power of the game's mightiest spells.

As you push through the game, you'll pick up various types of Magicite that will enable you to cast their aligned magic that chapter; and later in the game, you'll be able to find Magicite rings to give you access to that Magicite's element permanently.

The magic provided by Magicite is true to its classic Final Fantasy roots, and so there are not a lot of surprises.

There are six Magicite colors, each harnessing a different magic force. These are:

  • Red — Fire
  • Blue — Blizzard
  • Purple — Thunder
  • Yellow — Life
  • Green — Cure
  • White — Clear

In single-player, you can combine two spells in the menu to cast most of the two-Magicite spell fusion combinations seen below.

You can also augment Force Strike with Fire, Blizzard, or Thunder in much the same manner to be able to use Icestrike, Firestrike, or Thunderstrike.

How to Combine Spells in Multiplayer

Things get a little more intense in multiplayer. Each player will have to aim their spells at the same target and cast them at the same time to create spell combinations, and the results are often well worth it.

A handful of spells can only be cast in multiplayer, and they are marked in the combos below. Only one spell requires four players, and that is Hastaga. There are a few that require three or more players.

Augmenting your weapon for an advanced Firestrike, Icestrike, or Thunderstrike in multiplayer requires a similar casting process, as one player will need to charge and aim their Force Strike while one or more cast an elemental spell in the same spot.

Enhancing Spells

While the spell list below goes over each spell's minimum requirements, you can actually further augment them if you have more than the required amount of players to cast them.

For each additional player casting past the minimum requirement, the spell will receive a +1 indicating an increase in its potency.

Black Magic Spell Combinations

Spell Magicite
Blizzard Blizzard
Blizzara Blizzard
+Blizzard
Blizzaga Blizzard
+Blizzard
+Blizzard
Icestrike Force Attack
+Blizzard
Fire Fire
Fira Fire
+Fire
Firaga Fire
+Fire
+Fire
Firestrike Focus Attack
+Fire
Thunder Thunder
Thundara Thunder
+Thunder
Thundaga Thunder
+Thunder
+Thunder
 Thunderstrike Force Attack
+Thunder

 

Time Magic Spell Combinations

Spell Magicite
Gravity Blizzard, Fire, or Thunder
+One of the other two elements
Graviga Fire
+Blizzard
+Thunder
*Requires at least three players
Haste Life
+Cure
+Cure
Hastaga Life 
+Cure
+Cure
+Cure
*Requires four players
Slow Life
+Blizzard, Fire, or Thunder
Slowga Life
+Blizzard, Fire, or Thunder
+One of the other two elements
*Requires at least three players
Stop Life
+Blizzard, Fire, or Thunder
+One of the other two elements

 

White Magic Spell Combinations

Spell Magicite
Cure Cure
Curaga Cure
+Cure
*Requires at least two players
Life Life
Full Life Life
+Life
*Requires at least two players
Clear
(Esuna)
Clear
Clearaga Clear
+Clear
*Requires at least two players
Holy Life
+Blizzard, Fire, or Thunder
Holyra Life
+Life
+Blizzard, Fire, or Thunder
*Requires at least three players

 

There are many secrets to be found in Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition, but luckily, the magic system doesn't need to be one of them. Keep your eyes on GameSkinny for further Crystal Chronicles guides, and if you're new to the game be sure to look at our Crystal Chronicles race guide to decide who you'd like to caravan with.

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Ashley spends all her time playing games, cooking, and studying languages. It's a miracle she's not burned out on the whole thing after being a game addict since '89 (I'm old, deal with it). Classic annoying Sega kid, still hasn't let go of Sonic and prefers arcade-style games. Final Fantasy and SaGa rock whatever it is you like, chump.

Published Aug. 28th 2020

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