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Firestorm (熱波の陣, Neppa no Jin?) is a recurring spell in the Final Fantasy series with varying effects.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy XIEdit

XI

Final Fantasy XI Spell
Firestorm
MP: 30
Effect: Changes the weather around target party member to "hot."
Duration: 3 minutes
Casting Time: 3 seconds
Recast Time: 15 seconds
Magic Type: Enhancing Magic
Element: Fire
Jobs: SCH 47

Firestorm is a White Magic spell which changes the weather conditions around the target to hot, changing the elemental potency of the target's attacks accordingly. If the Scholar has the Stormsurge Merit trait, this spell will also provide an STR boost.

Vagrant StoryEdit

VS Fire Storm is an enemy ability used by Death, Ifrit, and Guildenstern.

Bravely DefaultEdit

BD Firestorm is an ability in Bravely Default.

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Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

FFAB

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EtymologyEdit

A firestorm is a conflagration which attains such intensity that it creates and sustains its own wind system. It is most commonly a natural phenomenon, created during some of the largest bushfires and wildfires.

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