Bon Appetit abilities can be used by characters who have Patissier assigned as a primary or secondary job. Similar to Catmancy and Cat Mastery abilities, Bon Appetit abilities require confectionary items, which can be purchased from the Adventurer’s shop or gotten via other means.
However, unlike those abilities, all Bon Appetit abilities are available from the start and don’t require any extra effort. Normally, Bon Appetit abilities affect a single target, but if the user has the Patissier’s Items for All ability equipped, they will affect all members of a party.
75% chance to inflict poison
Genoise + Chantilly
75% chance to inflict blind
Genoise + Streusel
75% chance to inflict silence
Genoise + Zeste
75% chance to inflict sleep
Genoise + Nappage
75% chance to inflict paralyse
Genoise + Vanille
75% chance to inflict dread
Genoise + Cannelle
100% chance to inflict berserk
Genoise + Fraise
75% chance to inflict confuse
Genoise + Chocolat
75% chance to inflict charm
Genoise + Bombe
Lethal Layer Cake
50% chance to inflict death
Genoise + Anglaise
50% chance to inflict ghost
Genoise + Amande
These desserts are perfect for crippling foes, but don't expect them to work on bosses as most are immune to or resist ailments. Ghostly Ganache is the best of the bunch, as you can use it to turn your own characters into ghosts who are literally invincible.
Add weakness to fire for 4 turns
Biscuit + Chantilly
Ice Cream Cake
Add weakness to water for 4 turns
Biscuit + Streusel
Add weakness to lightning for 4 turns
Biscuit + Nappage
Add weakness to wind for 4 turns
Biscuit + Zeste
Add weakness to earth for 4 turns
Biscuit + Vanille
Add weakness to light for 4 turns
Biscuit + Cannelle
Devil's Food Cake
Add weakness to dark for 4 turns
Biscuit + Fraise
The majority of foes have at least one elemental weakness, so these aren't usually necessarily. However they are still useful if you don't have a matching spell or attack or if you want to force a particular weakness for a some reason.
Lower Physical Attack by 50% for four turns
Feuilletage + Chantilly
Lower Magic Attack by 50% for four turns
Feuilletage + Chocolat
Lower Physical Defence by 50% for four turns
Feuilletage + Bombe
Lower Magic Defence by 50% for four turns
Feuilletage + Anglaise
Lower Speed by 50% for four turns
Feuilletage + Amande
The lowest a stat can be reduced to is 75%. Each of these are fantastic options to cripple bosses, reducing the damage they deal to you, etc. Even better, with the Patissier's Prolong Enfeeble, the reduction to stats will last twice as long (up to eight turns).
Two years after the Heroes of Light calmed the Four Crystals, Luxendarc is at peace. Agnes Oblige is now Pope of the Crystal Orthodoxy, working with the Duchy of Eternia to maintain peace and prosperity in the land.
But there are those who do not wish for peace. The Glanz Empire and its leader Kaiser Oblivion kidnap Pope Agnes despite the efforts of her protector Yew Geneolgia and set out to conquer Eternia. Yew survived the attack and wakes up a week later, determined to rescue his beloved Pope Agnes and stop the advancing Empire once and for all. And so your journey begins…
Our guide is filled with a plethora of information to help you on your journey through Luxendarc including:
Complete start-to-finish walkthrough of the main quest.
Full coverage of the Barter Sub-Scenario System and how to obtain new asterisks.
Every other side quest explained in full.
A full examination of the job system and use of the new additions to the Bravely battle system..
Post-game dungeons, Ba'al strategies, bosses and other content.
Details on the village-building mini-game centred around the reconstruction of Magnolia’s home and much more!