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Trance Command. Use black magic twice.
—Description, Final Fantasy IX.
FF4TAY iOS Band Double Black Magic Firaga

Double Black Magic Firaga in Final Fantasy IV: The After Years (iOS).

Double Black Magic (W黒魔法, W Kuro Mahō?), also known as Dbl Blk and Dual Black Magic, is a recurring ability in the series.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

FFIVTAY Fusoya and Golbez learn the Band ability Double Black Magic when fighting Zeromus's Malice, which acts similarly to Twincast. When used, Double Black Magic has a chance of using Twin Firaga, Twin Blizzaga, Twin Thundaga, or Twin Meteor.

Final Fantasy IXEdit

IX Dbl Blk is Vivi's ability while in Trance, which allows him to cast two black magic spells consecutively. Casting the two spells still drain his Trance gauge independently.

Final Fantasy Legends IIEdit

FFLTnS The ability hits all enemies twice with a Water elemental attack. Inflicts continuous damage to all enemies.

Final Fantasy Brave ExviusEdit

FFBE
FFBE Black Magic Icon 8
Use black magic twice in one turn
—Description

Appearing alongside Dualcast, Dual Black Magic is an active special ability that costs 0 MP to cast and allows the user to cast any Black Magic spell twice in the very same turn Dual Black Magic is used. However, while ability itself does not have a MP cost, the spell that is used twice will drain the caster's MP. For example, using Firaga (which by itself costs 20 MP to cast) twice will cost 40 MP. Currently, Dual Black Magic can be learned by three units in the Global version: Vivi (at Level 60, 4★*3★ in the Japanese version), Arc (at Level 80, 5★), and Exdeath (at Level 80, 6★).

Other units, currently exclusive to the Japanese version, who learn this skill are: Victoria (at Level 1, 6★), Shantotto (at Level 1, 5★), Trance Terra (at Level 1, 5★), Sakura (at Level 1, 3★), the Emperor (at Level 80, 5★), and Dark Fina/Summer Dark Fina (at Level 94, 6★).

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