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General Basthar is a boss in Final Fantasy Type-0. He flies the Gabriel, a flying weapon controlled by the Militesi Empire, and appears in the second and seventh chapters.


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First Battle Edit

General Bashtar flies around the battlefield at high speeds continually firing at the cadets. It periodically overheats and falls to the ground. This is a chance to inflict Breaksight on it, stunning it. It is possible to inflict Breaksight many times in a row.

It begins to rain if the battle draws for long enhancing lightning-magic and suppressing fire-magic.

Strategy Edit

A fast-moving ranged cadet with Thunder magic is good fighter against Gabriel. Whenever Gabriel is midair the player should continually dodge, and only attack when it falls to the ground. The window of opportunity is fairly short but if hit while on the ground the player can hit the Breaksight and stun it repeatedly. When it begins raining Thunder magic becomes especially effective.

Second Battle Edit

Strategy Edit

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Gallery Edit

Etymology Edit

In Abrahamic religions, Gabriel is an archangel who typically serves as a messenger sent from God to certain people. In the Bible, Gabriel is mentioned in both the Old and New Testaments. Gabriel is not called an archangel in the Bible, but is so called in Intertestamental period sources like the Book of Enoch. In the Roman Catholic, Anglican, Lutheran, Eastern and Oriental Orthodox churches, the archangels Michael, Raphael, and Gabriel are also referred to as saints.

In Islam, Gabriel is considered one of the four archangels whom God sent with his divine message to various prophets, including Muhammad.

Related enemies Edit