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Midare Setsugekka

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Midare Setsugekka (乱れ雪月花) is a recurring Weapon Art that appears throughout the SaGa series. It is most commonly localized as Scattered Petals. Not to be confused with the other flowery Katana art Tres Flores.

Main Series Appearances[edit]

SaGa 2 Goddess of Destiny[edit]

Combo art?

SaGa 3 Shadow or Light[edit]

Katana art?

Romancing SaGa 2[edit]

Appears as Scattered Petals, a Greatsword Art.

Romancing SaGa 3[edit]

Appears as Scattered Petals, a Greatsword/Saber/2H Sword Art. In the fan translation, it was called Nature Dance.

SaGa Frontier 1[edit]

It does not appear as an individual art, but is instead a unique 3-hit Combo made by chaining together Blizzard, MoonlightCut, and Tres Flores in that specific order. In the Japanese PSX version of the game, the Combo Name changes to 乱れ雪月花.

Romancing SaGa Minstrel Song[edit]

Appears as Secret Three-Step, a Katana Art sparked from Lunar Blade.

SaGa Scarlet Grace[edit]

Appears as Scattered Petals, a Greatsword Art.

Mobile Game Appearances[edit]

Imperial SaGa Eclipse[edit]

(Baz can fill this in)

Romancing SaGa Re;univerSe[edit]

SS[目覚めよ!]カタリナ、 SS[冒険へのいざない]グレイ

Other Appearances[edit]

Legend of Mana[edit]

Appears as Beautiful Three, a 2H Sword Special Technique.

The Last Remnant[edit]

Appears as Scattered Petals, an S Rank Dual Two-Handed art for the Spear and Staff, with the Maul modifier.

Final Fantasy XIV[edit]

Appears as Midare Setsugekka, the third level Iaijutsu skill for the Samurai Job Class.


As part of the SaGa 25th Anniversary celebrations, a limited edition series of black tea was created under the name 乱れ雪月花. The cannister features Tomomi Kobayashi's artwork with Blue and Rouge. Three different varieties of herbal blend tea were included: snow ginger (スノージンジャー), gekkacha (月花茶), and Mystery Rouge (ミステリールージュ) to represent the three aspects of snow, moon, and flowers mentioned in the Art name.

SaGa THE STAGE: Return of the Seven Heroes[edit]

Souji uses 乱れ雪月花 in Act 2 of the play.