Please note: This article discusses a character whose origins are outside the Tekken universe. Certain links will guide you to Final Fantasy Wiki for more information about the character.

Noctis Lucis Caelum (ノクティス・ルシス・チェラム Nokutisu Rushisu Cheramu?) is the main character of Final Fantasy XV and serves as the representative of the Final Fantasy series as the third DLC character in Tekken 7.

Noctis will be released on Spring 2018.




Noctis is a young man with spiky black hair and blue eyes that can glow red.


Noctis wears a black jacket with skull-motif buttons and sequenced details on the pockets. He keeps it unzipped, and the tag on the zipper also has a small skull. Underneath, he wears a steel gray shirt with skull prints. Noctis wears black cropped trousers and black buckled boots with red soles. He also wears a black motorcycle glovelet on his left hand.


Tekken 7


TEKKEN 7 - Noctis Lucis Caelum Reveal Trailer - PS4, XB1, PC

TEKKEN 7 - Noctis Lucis Caelum Reveal Trailer - PS4, XB1, PC

Noctis retains his moves from the Final Fantasy XV main games, and his fighting style references his playable appearance in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT. He can summon a variety of weapons to aid him in combat, his signature Engine Blade being his primary weapon in all of his special attacks and combos. He also casts Fire magic to deal damage. His Rage Art is based on his Limit Break Armiger, in which he can summon all of his various weapons to damage his opponent with multiple slashes of his swords before he impales his opponent with an axe to deal heavy damage, finishing the move. His sword style is comparable to Yoshimitsu's; the two also share similar base move sets.


Intro Win
Let's hunt!
Rage Art
I'm done playing around! And now... the end! Easy!

Character Relationships

Lars Alexandersson - Lars became acquainted with Noctis during his DLC reveal trailer and he convinces him to take down his enemies while he became conflict to do this on his own. In the end of the trailer however, he and Lars are fishing at the Jungle Outpost (non-canon) [2].


  • Noctis' fighting style is based on that of Cloud Strife (Final Fantasy VII) in his playable appearance on the PlayStation fighting game, Ehrgeiz: God Bless the Ring as both men fight bare-handed and use swords as their main weapons to slash their opponents. In Noctis' case, he can summon his sword as part of his special attacks and combo and has a fighting style of his own.
    • Noctis is also the second Final Fantasy character to become playable in non-Square Enix fighting games after Cloud, who had a guest appearance in Nintendo's Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. Said game also featured a crossover with Tekken, as Heihachi Mishima appeared as the basis for an outfit for the Mii Fighters to wear.
  • While he is more of a weapon user, his overarching themes from his game of origin have him portrayed similarly to that of a messianic figure such as Buddha or Jesus Christ; unlike much of Final Fantasy where there is the choice of hand to hand fighting through Monk classes and characters who specialize in the martial arts, his game has little to much of any hand to hand fighting, be it realistic or the fantastical. This may allude to times prior to the coming of such messianic figures, as it is believed that Buddhism and Christianity helped further establish the tenets of mercy, fairness, and spiritual development, which in turn inspired schools of martial arts to have internal aspects regarding the mental and the spiritual. A parallel may be made with Luke fon Fabre of Tales of the Abyss.
  • The way Noctis attacks with various weaponry as his special attacks and during activation of his Armiger Rage Art is similar to the way in which Firion (Final Fantasy II) executes his special attacks and his Fervid Blazer EX Burst in Dissidia Final Fantasy, Dissidia 012 and Dissidia Final Fantasy NT.
  • Most of Noctis' voice clips are reused from Dissidia Final Fantasy NT.
  • When Noctis summons his Engine Blade to use all of his special attacks and combos to slash his opponents is similar to Dominia in the game, Xenogears and Relius Clover in the BlazBlue series when he summons his puppet wife, Ignis to attack his opponents.
  • Noctis is the only guest character to be deceased in his original universe. For purposes of the Tekken franchise, Noctis's encounter with Lars occurred in the former's youth, ten years prior to the events that ultimately took his life.
  • He uses the fighting stance of Lars Alexandersson.
  • Noctis is the first Square Enix character to be featured under the Bandai-Namco banner.


Noctis Lucis Caelum/Gallery

See Also


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