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Fortuneteller
(フォーチュンテラー)

Fortuneteller

Fortuneteller (FM)

Type Emblem Heartless Heartless Emblem
Kana/Kanji フォーチュンテラー
Romaji Fōchunterā
French Cartomancien
German Wahrsager
Italian Indovino
Games Kingdom Hearts II
Fortuneteller's Gallery

Kingdom Hearts II

It uses and is immune to all ice magic.

When its HP gets low, it uses magic to try to freeze its target. Try counterattacking with Clear Shot.
Location Lvl HP EXP Str Def
Agrabah 22 54 92 22 12
Agrabah 40 84 351 37 21
Weapon Fire Bliz. Thndr. Dark Other
x1.0 x1.0 x0 x1.0 x1.0 x1.0
Rewards
(1) HP Ball x 4
(10) Munny x 2
Frost Gem (10%), Energy Gem (10%)
Location Lvl HP EXP Str Def

Cerberus Cup

Match 6: 2x Fortuneteller

28 64 27 15
Cerberus Paradox Cup

Match 6: 2x Fortuneteller

70 133 62 36
Hades Paradox Cup

Match 22: 2x Fortuneteller
Match 42: 1x Fortuneteller

99 181 87 51
Weapon Fire Bliz. Thndr. Dark Other
x1.0 x1.0 x0 x1.0 x1.0 x1.0

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The Fortuneteller (フォーチュンテラー Fōchunterā?) is an Emblem Heartless that is found in Kingdom Hearts II and Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix. It appears in Agrabah, and it uses a crystal ball to attack. It is capable of using Blizzard magic by striking with ice crystals from afar. They float around while attacking, which is crucial for one to finish them quickly. They can release a powerful Blizzard attack with a countdown, but can be powerfully reflected with the Reaction Command Clear Shot.

Naturally, they are immune to Blizzard magic. The Fortuneteller is also one of the Heartless that appear in the Magic Carpet minigame. They often appear with large numbers of Fiery Globes, making the use of Fire magic difficult.

DesignEdit

A Fortuneteller has a somewhat feminine body structure, and dresses in loose, flowing clothing. It has dark purple skin, circular, yellow eyes, thin arms, and large, four-fingered hands. Its face is almost entirely covered by a large headdress that is lavender with red-violet inner lining, a curled tip at its top, and a Heartless symbol on the section covering the creature's forehead.

It also wears a navy blue tank top, baggy, purple and lavender pants, and a violet cloth around its waist, all of which have pale yellow lining. The Fortuneteller also sports a pale yellow wristband on each of its wrists, a small ring of the same color on each of its index fingers, and violet and pale yellow high-heeled shoes. The Heartless always balances on a sparkling crystal ball.

In Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, the Fortuneteller's skin is black, its headdress is off-white, its top and shoes are salmon pink, and its pants are teal and off-white, with bright green trim. Its wristbands and sash become a bright shade of violet, and its crystal ball seems brighter.

The Fortuneteller's name is a clear reference to fortune-telling. The Fortuneteller Heartless resembles a stereotypical fortune-teller, and balances on a crystal ball, one of the more famous tools of fortune-telling.

StrategyEdit

As the Fortuneteller is an aerial heartless, aerial attacks work perfectly against them. Using guard to block the crystals they shoot will do major damage to them making them easier to defeat.

AttacksEdit

  • Ice-Pierce:Throw ice crystals
  • Crystal Ball: Swing crystal in figure-8
  • Frozen Verdict: Seal target in ice after 3-count
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Introduced in Kingdom Hearts
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Search Ghost | Sheltering Zone | Sea Neon | Screwdiver | Aquatank | Gargoyle | Wight Knight | Pirate | Air Pirate | Battleship | Shadow Sora | Darkball | Wyvern | Defender | Wizard
White Mushroom | Black Fungus | Rare Truffle | Invisible | Angel Star | Bit Sniper
Introduced in Kingdom Hearts Final Mix
Gigas Shadow | Stealth Soldier | Black Ballade | Sniperwild | Grand Ghost | Pot Scorpion | Missile Diver | Jet Balloon | Chimaera | Pink Agaricus | Neoshadow
Introduced in Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories
Creeper Plant | Crescendo | Tornado Step
Introduced in Kingdom Hearts II
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Lance Soldier | Morning Star | Fiery Globe | Icy Cube | Luna Bandit | Gargoyle Knight | Gargoyle Warrior | Graveyard | Toy Soldier | Aeroplane | Hot Rod | Assault Rider | Nightwalker | Bolt Tower
Magnum Loader | Strafer | Devastator | Living Bone | Shaman | Aerial Knocker | Armored Knight | Surveillance Robot
Introduced in Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix
Spring Metal | Air Viking | Magic Phantom | Perplex | Runemaster | Iron Hammer | Mad Bumper | Silent Launcher | Reckless | Lance Warrior | Necromancer | Aerial Champ
Introduced in Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
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Massive Possessor | Rare Vendor | Guardian | Destroyer | Skater Bomb | Storm Bomb | Detonator | Deserter | Sergeant | Commander | Flare Note | Bubble Beat | Barrier Master | Large Armor | Clay Armor
Solid Armor | Land Armor | Snapper Dog | Bully Dog | Cymbal Monkey | Tricky Monkey | Novashadow | Air Battler | Aerial Master | Artful Flyer | Sky Grappler | Snowy Crystal | Ice Cannon | Switch Launcher
Jumbo Cannon | Spiked Crawler | Scorching Sphere | Creepworm | Hover Ghost | Carrier Ghost | Living Pod | Zip Slasher | Dual Blade | Heat Saber | Chill Ripper | Blitz Spear | Stalwart Blade
Tailbunker | Avalanche | Wavecrest | Phantomtail | Windstorm | Dustflier | Orcus
Introduced in Kingdom Hearts coded
Blox Bug | Danger Bug | Metal Bug | Prize Bug | Eliminator | Gold Tricholoma
Introduced in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix
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