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Gaia's Wrath, also known as Earthen Fury, Terrestrial Rage, Rage of the Earth or Anger of the Land (大地の怒り, Daichi no Ikari?), is an attack used by various Earth-elemental summon monsters in the Final Fantasy Series. It is a favorite ability of Titan.
Earthen Fury is an attack used by Titan when summoned, and is the "High" or most powerful attack Titan can use. It is an Earth-elemental attack that can be used by both Summoners and Sages in the NES version, but can only be used by Summoners in the DS version.
Gaia's Wrath is used by Titan when he is summoned into battle. It deals Earth damage to all ground enemies. It costs 40 MP in the Advance version, and can be used by Rydia upon her return to the party in the Underworld. Titan also uses this attack when battling him in Rydia's Lunar Trial in the Advance version.
Gaia's Wrath is Titan's attack when summoned and functions identically to its Final Fantasy IV appearance.
Gaia's Wrath is an attack used by Titan when summoned.
Gaia's Wrath (translated in the SNES version as Rage of the Earth) is an attack used by Titan when summoned. It deals Earth damage to all ground enemies.
Anger of the Land is Titan's attack when summoned. It deals Earth damage to all ground enemies.
Gaia's Wrath is an ability used by monsters of the same race as the Wyerd. When used, it stomps the ground twice, dealing heavy physical damage, making Zack lose his balance and stunning him.
Terrestrial Rage is an ability used by the eidolon Fenrir when summoned. It deals Earth damage to all enemies. While Titan is not named in the game, he appears besides Fenrir during the spell. He is named in the Japanese Final Fantasy IX artbook.
Earthen Fury is the name of Titan's ultimate attack in Final Fantasy XI, usable only during Astral Flow. It deals massive Earth damage to all enemies within area of effect.
Gaia's Wrath is used by the Esper Hashmal. Hashmal will only initiate the attack when the summoner's HP is below 10% of its maximum in the regular version of the game, but in the International Zodiac Job System version, the player can execute the attack at will.
- “Tremble before the might of the earth!”
- —Titan using Earthen Fury
Earthen Fury is a signature attack of Titan used in the fourth phase of his battle. During this phase, Titan's Heart becomes visible and can be targeted. The party must shatter it before he activates Earthen Fury, or it will easily destroy them in one-hit.
Earthen Fury also appears as a pet action for Titan-Egi. It deals earth-elemental damage to all enemies within an area of effect with the potency of 200 and also gives the effect of Razed Earth for a duration of 15 seconds (damage over time and increased enmity). This skill is only used after activating the Summoner's Enkindle ability.
Summoner can summon Titan, who uses Gaia's Wrath to damage enemies in a large area.
By equipping the Pin of Order, a unit may summon the Scion Hashmal to attack all enemies on the field with the Earth-elemental Gaia's Wrath.
The Eidolon Titan's attack is called Gaia's Wrath. It inflict Earth elemental Damage to all enemies and costs 39 MP to cast. Gaia's Warth is also used by Titan during his first encounter in Cave of Convulsion, where the party has to defeat him to obtain the Titan summon.
In Dissidia Final Fantasy, Gaia's Wrath is the ability used by the Summonstone Titan. It triples the user's bravery whenever the user is hit by an HP Attack.
Gaia's Wrath is the ability that Titan uses when summoned by Krile during battle.
Rydia's child card bears Gaia's Wrath as its ability, reflecting her summoning of Titan as a child. The player must Dull Rydia, discard another Rydia card, and pay three Earth CP. Gaia's Wrath deals 6000 damage to all other Forwards.
Gaia was the goddess or personification of Earth in ancient Greek religion, one of the Greek primordial deities. Gaia was the mother of all: the heavenly gods, the Titans and the Giants were born from her union with Uranus (the sky), while the sea-gods were born from her union with Pontus (the sea). The Greek word "γαῖα" (transliterated as gaia or gaea) is a collateral form of "γῆ" meaning Earth. Her equivalent in the Roman pantheon was named Gaea (Terra in more ancient documents). This is alluded to in Final Fantasy IX with the existence of Gaia's twin world.
The mythological name Gaia was revived in 1979 by James Lovelock, whose Gaia hypothesis proposes that living organisms and inorganic material are part of a dynamic system that shapes the Earth's biosphere, and maintains the Earth as a fit environment for life. In some Gaia theory approaches the Earth itself is viewed as an organism with self-regulatory functions. This theory is especially alluded to in Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within's take on Gaia as the planet's soul.