Arte Description and History
In its original form, Loni executes this arte by throwing himself head-first into the air while spinning with his weapon, as if he were a cyclone, traveling in a small arc through the sky due to the pull of gravity. This action relates closely to Spiral Driver, the mystic arte that extends from this arte, which involves Loni spinning across the entire screen in the same way, with enough speed to overcome the gravitational pull. However, in most later games, the character shoots rapidly into the sky at a steep angle before jumping backward to drop to the ground. The back jump action can be canceled in Tales of Vesperia, allowing characters to continue with other aerial attacks.
- Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon X - Couleur
- Tales of Destiny 2 - Loni Dunamis
- Tales of the Abyss - Anise Tatlin (Cyclone Shot)
- Tales of Innocence R - Spada Belforma
- Tales of Vesperia - Repede, Zagi (Cyclone Shot)
- Tales of Hearts - Support Arte: Loni Dunamis
- Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 3 - Loni Dunamis
- Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2 - Anise Tatlin
- Tales of VS. - Anise Tatlin
- Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 3 - Loni Dunamis, Anise Tatlin
- Tales of Link - Anise Tatlin, Zagi (Cyclone Shot), Repede
- Tales of Asteria - Zagi
- Tales of the Rays - Repede (Cyclone Shot)
In-Game Descriptions and Battle Quotes
Tales of Vesperia
Localized Description: "Arcane Arte: Spin in the air to send the enemies flying."
Blastia Japanese Quote: 押し通るぜ！
Blastia Localized Quote: "Coming through!"
Tales of the Rays
Japanese Description: 前方斜め上に螺旋を描きつつ突進する
Localized Description: "A charge that traces a spiral both forward and above."