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Fury Status

The party in Fury status, indicated by the red Limit bar.

FFVII Limit Gauge Fury

Fury (いかり, Ikari?), also known as Rage, is a status effect in the Final Fantasy series.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy VIIEdit

VII The Fury status reduces the character's hit rate for both physical and magical attacks by 3/10, but also doubles the rate at which the Limit gauge fills; so it can be a positive or negative status effect depending upon the situation. The opposing status effect is Sadness, which decreases physical damage taken, but also slows the rate at which the Limit gauge fills. This status is healed by Tranquilizer, Remedy, Esuna, White Wind, Aeris's Breath of the Earth Limit Break, and with anything that inflicts Sadness ability. It can be achieved by using a Hyper, or through an enemy attack. Tranquilizers and Hypers can be bought in shops all around world.

Fury affects Hit% in the following formula:

New Hit\% = \frac{7}{10}Old Hit\%

Fury status can also affect enemies, but this is difficult since Hypers cannot normally be given to enemies, and there are no attacks in the player's possession that can inflict the status to opponents. If a character chooses to use a Hyper, but is then immediately confused, they will use the Hyper on the enemy party instead. If enemies are afflicted by Fury their Hit% is negatively affected, making the Fury status the only way to do this as the Darkness status is broken in that it doesn't hamper enemies' hit chance at all, only the player party's.

Game Element Type Effect
Extreme Bomber Enemy Attack Inflicts major non-elemental damage and Fury.
Flaming Peck Enemy Attack Inflicts minor non-elemental damage and Fury.
Guitar Slap Enemy Attack Inflicts moderate non-elemental damage and Fury.
High/Low Suit (alternate version) Enemy Attack Inflicts Fury. Used twice in a row, but due to a bug in Christopher's AI, is never used.
Rage Bomber Enemy Attack Inflicts moderate non-elemental damage and Fury.
Repeating Slap Enemy Attack Inflicts major non-elemental damage and Fury.
Slap Enemy Attack Inflicts non-elemental damage and Fury.
Spaz Voice Enemy Attack Inflicts Fury.
Peace Ring Accessory Prevents Fury, Sadness, and Berserk.
Hyper Item Cures Sadness, but inflicts Fury if used while in normal status.
Tranquilizer Item Cures Fury, but inflicts Sadness if used while in normal status.

Final Fantasy Type-0Edit

TYPE0 The Rage (怒り?) status affects only enemies and is identified by a golden colored aura over the target. It bestows Aura, Haste, and Endure, but after a period of time, the effects wear off and the target is inflicted with Killsight, which will also wear off after six seconds.

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