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Fiendish Rage is an enemy ability used by Fiend. It inflicts massive non-elemental physical damage to one target. Fiend uses Targeting to indicate the character that will be targeted by its Fiendish Rage attack.
Fiendish Rage appears as a non-elemental physical attack ability. The ability can only be learned from the Fiend summon. There are three types of Fiendish Rage abilities available, with their overall potency and MP cost rising whenever the player's summon ranks up. Each version of Fiendish Rage deals heavy damage to a single enemy, along with removing beneficial status effects and lowering their attack and magic power for three turns.
|Fiendish Rage I||Deals heavy damage to a single enemy. Removes beneficial status effects and lowers attack and magic power for three turns.||?||Fiend (★5 Fiendish Rage-type)|
|Fiendish Rage II||Deals heavy damage to a single enemy. Removes beneficial status effects and lowers attack and magic power for three turns.||120||Fiend (★6 Fiendish Rage-type)|
|Fiendish Rage III||Deals heavy damage to a single enemy. Removes beneficial status effects and lowers attack and magic power for three turns.||150||Fiend (★7 Fiendish Rage-type)|
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