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It is named Piro++ (Fire++) in Spanish, Igniga (from the Latin Ignis, "fire", and the suffix -ga) in Italian, Feuga (first syllable of the German word "Feuer" and the suffix -ga) in German and BrasierX (Inferno with the letter X) in French.
Deals fire damage to all foes.
Firaga, also known as FIR3 in the NES release and Fire3 in the Final Fantasy Origins release, is a level 5 Black Magic spell which inflicts major Fire-elemental damage to all enemies. In the NES and Origins releases it inflicts between 50 - 200 Fire damage, while in subsequent releases the damage dealt depends on the caster's Intelligence. Firaga can be used by Rubicante, Dark Wizard, Marilith, and Chaos.
The spell can be bought at Melmond and can be learned by the Black Mage, Red Mage and their job upgrades. In the Dawn of Souls and 20th Anniversary Edition and mobile platform releases the spell costs 30 MP to cast.
Firaga is a level 6 Black Magic spell and can be purchased for 10,000 gil at Doga's Manor and Doga's Village. It can be used by the Black Mage, Magus, Sage, and Onion Knight. Doga can cast Firaga when he joins the party as a guest, while the enemy Kum Kum can cast it against the party. The item Bomb Arm casts Firaga when used in battle. The spell has a base power of 150.
Causes fire damage.
Firaga is a Black Magic spell, also known as Fire3 in the original Super Nintendo Entertainment System release and the Final Fantasy Anthology or Sony PlayStation release. It has a casting time of 4, costs 30 MP to use and is learned by Rydia at level 42, Palom at level 33, and Tellah at Mount Ordeals. Fusoya knows the spell initially when he joins the party. It has a spell power of 256 in 2D versions and 110 in 3D versions. Dark Sage was originally the only enemy that used the spell, but in the Advance remake Lunar Ifrit and Lunar Asura use the spell as well.
On the Easy Type version, the casting time was reduce to 3 and the spell was renamed to Fire 3.
Firaga returns as a Black Magic spell in the sequel of Final Fantasy IV. The imposter Rydia learns it at level 42 and Palom already knows the spell, but Rydia doesn't have the spell when she joins the final battle. It deals major Fire-elemental damage to one enemy or moderate damage to all enemies at the cost of 30 MP.
Firaga is a level 5 Black Magic spell that costs 25 MP to use. It costs 6,000 gil and can be purchased in Moore. It can be cast by the Black Mage. Using Fire Rod as an item also casts Firaga. It is one of the spells that can be cast from the Wonder Wand for free. It is an Added Ability to the Fire Lash.
Firaga can be cast by Barrier, Enuo, Exdeath in the first fight, Flaremancer, Fury, Liquid Flame, Melusine, Necrophobe, Neo Exdeath, Omniscient, and Triton. The player may utilize this ability by catching and releasing a Mini Magician, Dark Elemental, or Exoray.
Firaga can be used with the Spellblade command to add the Fire-element to weapon attacks. It instantly kills any non-Heavy enemy weak to Fire and if used against Heavy-type, quadruples power and pierces defenses.
Attacks with fire.
Firaga is an Attack spell that costs 51 MP to cast. It can be learned from Valigarmanda at the rate of x1 and from Phoenix at the rate of x3. Terra learns it at level 43. It has a power of 121, hit rate of 150, and is vulnerable to Runic. Firaga is cast by several enemies, the earliest being by Ifrit.
Fire3 can be cast by equipping the Fire Materia with at least 18,000 AP, and the spell consumes 52 MP. It has a base spell power equal to 4x the base magic damage. When linked with an All Materia, the spell has a different animation, as it hits all targets. Firaga can also be cast by the Fire Veil item. Firaga is used by the boss Bizarro∙Sephiroth and the enemy Pollensalta.
Firaga shoots three fireballs that seek out targets and explode, hitting each target twice. It has two variations—Dark Firaga functions identically to Firaga and inflicts Poison and Silence, and Hell Firaga shoots three fireballs that cause Poison, Silence, Stop, and Instant Death. Firaga costs 32 MP, Dark Firaga costs 38 MP, and Hell Firaga costs 52 MP. Firaga's successor is Tri-Fire, which inflicts more damage and no status ailments.
Firaga can be bought in Research Dept. QMC+ for 10,000 gil and Hell Firaga in the Wutai Secret Shop for 15,000. Dark Firaga cannot be bought, but along with the other Firaga Materia it can be made via Materia Fusion.
Fire magic damage/one enemy
Firaga inflicts major Fire-elemental damage on one enemy. It is a common spell late in the game, as it can be drawn from many high-level enemies. It can also be created using various refinery items. Casting Firaga in battle increases compatibility with Ifrit by 2.4, but lowers compatibility with Shiva by 1.2.
|Draw from||Level 1-100: Sorceress, Ultimecia (Griever form)|
Level 30-100: Adel, Anacondaur, Bomb, Buel, Elite Soldier, Esthar Soldier, Esthar Soldier (Terminator), G-Soldier, Grendel, Hexadragon, Jelleye, Mobile Type 8, PuPu, Raldo, Seifer*Second, third and fourth encounters, Sphinxara, Sphinxaur, T-Rexaur
Level 35-100: Ruby Dragon
|Draw points||Shumi Village (workshop)|
|Refine||F Mag-RF: Wizard Stone x1 - Firaga x5, Red Fang x1 - Firaga x20, Bomb Spirit x1 - Firaga x100, Phoenix Spirit x1 - Firaga x100|
High Mag-RF: Fira x5 - Firaga x1
|Fire: +1.0%||Fire: +1.5%||No effect||No effect|
Causes big-time Fire damage to single/multiple targets.
Vivi can learn the Black Magic spell Firaga from an Octagon Rod, purchased in Esto Gaza. It consumes 24 MP, requires 75 AP to learn, and has a spell power of 72. It can be reflected and works with Return Magic. If both Vivi and Steiner are in the party, Steiner can use Firaga Sword for 30 MP.
The Firaga node is found on Lulu's section of the Sphere Grid. It uses 16 MP. The Fire Gem item copies its effect. Firaga can be cast by Bomb King, Exoray, Flame Flan, Greater Sphere, Jumbo Flan, Mindy, Nega Elemental, Puroboros, Seymour, Seymour Omnis, Sleep Sprout, Varuna, and Wraith. Lulu can use Firaga in her Overdrive, Fury.
Firaga is a Black Magic spell learned by the Black Mage dressphere for 100 AP after learning Fira. It costs 24 MP. Firaga can also be used via Yuna's Festivalist dressphere ability Fire Sandals, which either hits one enemy or two, as well as equipping the Crimson Ring or by passing through all gates on the Heart of Flame Garment Grid. It can also be used via Lady Luck's Magic Reels by rolling three Hats. Fire Gems have the same effect as Firaga.
Firaga can be cast by a myriad of enemies.
Firaga is an ability that can be only used by Yuna when using the Black Mage dressphere, it costs 4 MP to cast. It is the only fire-elemental attack the player can use. It as a range of three tiles ahead of the character.
Firaga is a tier one elemental spell. It deals area of effect damage, potentially hitting multiple targets. -"ga" spells, as they are often referred to in the game, do more damage than tier 1 elemental magic with the same elemental type. This spell is purchasable by vendors for 8,118 gil or less depending upon fame.
Firaga can be purchased in Balfonheim for 8,200 gil and initially uses 42 MP. Firaga inflicts major Fire-elemental damage to all enemies in range. Its license, Black Magick 5, costs 45 LP. The enemy ability Piercing Firaga can break through the Reflect status.
Deal fire damage to targets within a wide radius.
Firaga is an ability for the Ravager role, and requires three ATB bars to cast. Firaga inflicts heavy Fire-elemental damage to all enemies within a large radius and greatly increases their chain gauges and launches staggered opponents. Vanille, Sazh, and Hope can learn it at different Crystarium stages.
Firaga does not change in the sequel of Final Fantasy XIII. It deals high fire damage in a large area and launches lesser enemies in the air, as well as majorly raising the stagger gauge. Serah learns it as part of her Ravager role.
Deals fire-attribute magic damage to enemies within a wide radius. Deals great damage to the target.
It takes 40 ATB to use and casting it causes Lightning to backflip. A treasure cube in the Temple of the Goddess contains Firaga Lv. 2.
Deals fire damage to target and enemies near it.
Firaga is a level 50 spell learned by Thaumaturges and is exclusive to the class. It deals high fire elemental damage to all enemies within a large radius, and has a cast time of 8 seconds that can be cut by half by using the spell after a Fire => Fira combo.
Fire III called appears as a Thaumaturge ability available at level 34. The ability deals fire-elemental damage to a single target for a potency of 240. When the spell is cast, it grants the Astral Fire III effect for 10 seconds and removes Umbral Ice. Once the player learns the Firestarter trait at level 44, the player now has a 40% chance that after casting Fire, the next Fire III will have no MP cost and will have no cast time.
In the Japanese version of the game, Fire III is called Firaga.
Black magick that envelops targets in ferocious flames.
Star fire, awaken and deliver your judgment! Fire3!
A Black Mage can learn Firaga for 500 JP. It uses 24 MP and has a speed of 15.
Most powerful fire spell. Deals incredible damage.
A Black Mage can learn Firaga from a Flame Rod and needs 300 AP to master. It costs 24 MP to cast, has a Magic Power of 50, and has a range of 4 with a vertical reach of 3. It is stealable through the ability Steal: Ability, and is susceptible to Return Magic and Absorb MP.
Firaga can only be cast when fusing Fire Magicite. Three Fire Magicite must be combined to cast it. In Multiplayer Mode, Firaga only needs two casters, with a delay of about a second between the two casters to work properly. A third and fourth caster can also join in with similar timing to create Firaga +1 and Firaga +2, respectively.
Firaga is the level 20 Fire spell, exclusive to the Black Mage class, and caps at level 100. It deals Fire damage to all enemies, can be used once per battle, can be used up to three times a day, and requires three turns to cast.
Firaga is a high level Black Magic spell. It costs 4 AP to cast and it has a spell power of 15. The spell can only be used if the Firaga Tome item is in the character's inventory. The spell can be purchased for 5,000 gil in Urbeth at night and in Guera after the world is flooded in darkness. Unlike in the main series, Firaga is depicted as a wave of fire in this game.
A variation called Strong Firaga can be used when two psyched up characters cast Firaga during the same turn.
Firaga is a level 5 Black Magic spell. It inflicts major fire damage and group-casting is allowed. Firaga is also a level 5 Sword Magic. It adds a high-power fire effect to weapon for 10 turns. It costs 45 MP.
Firaga appears as a fire-elemental magic ability in Final Fantasy Legends: Toki no Suishō. It is the final form of the regular Fire spell. There are three types of Firaga spells available to players, with their overall potency and MP cost rising whenever the player's summon ranks up. Each version of Firaga deals fire-elemental damage to a single enemy.
|Firaga I||Deals fire-elemental damage to a single enemy.||32||Phoenix (★5 Firaga-type)|
Golbez OR (★5 Firaga-type)
|Firaga II||Deals fire-elemental damage to a single enemy.||51||Phoenix (★6 Firaga-type)|
Golbez OR (★6 Firaga-type)
|Firaga III||Deals fire-elemental damage to a single enemy.||?||Phoenix (★7 Firaga-type)|
Golbez OR (★7 Firaga-type)
Firaga is a Bravery Attack for Cloud, where he shoots three fireballs that spread out and travel forward a short distance before exploding. Cloud learns the attack at Level 23. It requires 30 CP to equip and 120 AP to master. Each fireball has 17 power and generates 14 EX Force.
Onion Knight has Firaga as an HP attack, where he shoots a large fireball in an arc that explodes on contact. In his EX Mode, Onion Knight It costs 40 CP to equip and 180 AP to master. Firaga generates 100 EX Force on hit.
Firaga is a new HP attack for Terra. It chains from Fire, and consumes the opponent in a large explosion of flame that knocks them back, causing Wall Rush. In her EX Mode, Firaga creates two explosions, the first doing Bravery damage and driving the opponent into the air further before the second deals HP damage. Firaga needs 30 CP to equip and 130 AP to master. It has 20 power in EX Mode, dealing no Bravery damage normally, and does not generate EX Force.
Cloud now learns Firaga at Level 31, and it only costs 80 AP to master. Firaga has Ranged Mid Damage Priority now, causing the opponent to stagger if they block it. Its power is the same, and it no longer generates EX Force.
Onion Knight's Firaga costs 30 CP to equip and 130 AP to master. Firaga generates 60 EX Force on hit now.
Shantotto now only needs 2,000 to 4,000 bravery to use Firaga when attacking with Spirit Magic: Fire. It has 15 power and generates 24 to 36 EX Force when chaining into another attack, or 60 EX Force when dealing HP damage.
Firaga is a Reactive ability in Theatrhythm that activates in Battle Music Sequences every time the player gets a Good or better rating on 38 Touch Triggers, and deals high-power magic damage. Firaga is learned by Terra at Level 50, Vivi at Level 70, and Shantotto at Level 65.
Firaga is a Black Magic Ability with a Rarity of ☆☆☆. It deals heavy fire magic damage to one target, it can initially be used two times and it can be honed to Rank 5. It can be created by using Black Orb x5, Fire Orb x8 and 5000 gil.
Launch a projectile that creates a huge explosion on impact.
Firaga is a Lv. 5 spell that costs 4 SP to cast and attacks all enemies in a 7x7 grid around Chocobo.
Non-Final Fantasy AppearancesEdit
Kingdom Hearts seriesEdit
Firaga, together with its lower tiers Fire and Fira, appears in the Kingdom Hearts series as a magic spell. In most games, using the spell will cause a homing fireball to shoot out from the tip of the Keyblade. In Kingdom Hearts II, the spell creates a barrier that cloaks Sora and damages enemies that come into contact.
Fire is the rapid oxidation of a material in the exothermic chemical process of combustion, releasing heat, light, and various reaction products.