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DFF Black Hole

Black Hole, used by Exdeath in Dissidia Final Fantasy.

Grovel!
—Exdeath using Black Hole in Dissidia

Black Hole (ブラックホール, Burakku Hōru?) is a recurring ability in the Final Fantasy series. It has appeared as both an enemy attack and an attack for the party.

Appearances Edit

Final Fantasy III Edit

Black Hole is an attack used by the Geomancer class with the Terrain skillset. It acts like Warp, instantly removing an enemy from battle. The item of the same name has an identical effect. There is a 50% chance of it being used in Southwest Saronia, and 40% chance in Eureka.

Final Fantasy IV Edit

Black Hole is an attack used by Zeromus, Zeromus EG, and Brachioraidos. It removes Berserk, Float, Blink, Barrier, and Reflect from all allies.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Edit

Black Hole is an enemy ability used by Zeromus's Malice, Creator, Mysterious Girl, Omega (Wii/PSP versions only), and Lunar Bahamut (smartphone versions only). It removes all positive statuses from the party.

Final Fantasy X Edit

Black Hole is used via Rikku's Mix Overdrive. It reduces the HP of all enemies by 15/16s (93.75%) of their current HP, and can break the damage limit.

The following combinations result in Black Hole:

  • Shadow Gem + Amulet, Door to Tomorrow, Gambler's Spirit, Master Sphere, Pendulum, Underdog's Secret, Warp Sphere, Wings to Discovery, Winning Formula

Final Fantasy X-2 Edit

Black Hole is an ability used by the Alchemist's Mix command. It reduces the HP of all enemies by 75% of their current HP.

Final Fantasy XII Edit

Black Hole is the strongest Concurrence, executed by performing four Quickenings of each Quickening level. It does massive non-elemental damage to all enemies in range.

Final Fantasy XIII-2 Edit

Black Hole is a Feral Link ability for Meonekton. Its input type is button tap, where the player is tasked with repeatedly tapping the X/A. It inflicts magic damage and Deprotect on a target and nearby foes and knocks them backwards.

It is also an enemy ability used by Faeryl.

Final Fantasy XIV Edit

Black Hole is an ability used by Exdeath in the Bend of Time: Omega Deltascape V. 4.0. The ability leaves several smaller Black Holes around the arena, instantly killing the player on contact.

The ability is also used by Ozma in the Weeping City of Mhach. This version of the ability causes Ozma itself to become a black hole, dragging players into another world that they must fight their way out of.

Final Fantasy Type-0 Edit

Manipulate gravity to gather enemies in one place
—Description

Black Hole is an ability for Sice that requires 6 AP and is available after learning Moxie: Power ↑. It allows Sice to manipulate gravity to gather enemies in one place.

Black Hole: AG ↓ requires 8 AP and is available after learning Black Hole. It reduces the AG cost of Black Hole.

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light Edit

Black Hole is used by the second form of Chaos. The attack removes a single unit from the battle field for four turns.

Final Fantasy Dimensions Edit

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Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008) Edit

Surrender now to oblivion!
—Gabranth

Exdeath has Black Hole as a Bravery attack. It creates a dark vortex that draws in enemies and stuns them while dealing damage. Exdeath is able to use the attack on the ground initially and learns to cast it in the air at Level 16. It costs 30 CP to equip and 140 AP to master.

Gabranth's EX Burst ends with the Final Fantasy XII variation of Black Hole if the player links his three Quickening attacks together in the right order.

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy Edit

Exdeath's Black Hole returns with increased absorption and costs 120 AP to master. Gabranth still ends his perfect EX Burst with Black Hole.

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Edit

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Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera OmniaEdit

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Pictlogica Final Fantasy Edit

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Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade Edit

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Final Fantasy Record Keeper Edit

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Final Fantasy Explorers Edit

Create a black hole that sucks enemies in and deals multiple hits. Hold down the button to charge up power.
—Description
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Final Fantasy Brave Exvius Edit

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Final Fantasy Trading Card Game Edit

One of Sice's cards is able to use the Black Hole ability. For the discard of another Sice card and payment of two Thunder CP, Black Hole allows the player to choose a Forward and drain it of 4000 power until the end of the turn.

Non-Final Fantasy guest appearancesEdit

Chrono TriggerEdit

Chrono Trigger Black Hole

Black Hole is a single tech of Magus that cost 15 MP to cast. It attempt to instantly kill nearby targets.

Gallery Edit

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Etymology Edit

A black hole is a region of spacetime from which gravity prevents anything, including light, from escaping. The theory of general relativity predicts that a sufficiently compact mass will deform spacetime to form a black hole.