Magick that conjures up a supermassive field, inflicting damage with powerful gravitational forces.
Gravija (グラビジャ, Gurabija?) is a recurring spell in the Final Fantasy series. It usually deals fractional damage and is the most advanced form of Gravity. Although the name Gravija was faithfully localized from the Japanese version of Final Fantasy VIII and Final Fantasy X, its basic level in the Gravity family still retains the old localization name, Demi, in both installments.
The Gravija of Final Fantasy Tactics and Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift does not deal fractional damage but rather reduces the targets' HP to one. This can be referred to other special ability in the series, such as Ultimecia's Hell's Judgement.
Reduces the HP of all enemies by 7/8.
Gravija is an Attack spell in the Game Boy Advance version, the new esper Diabolos teaches Gravija at a rate of X3. Gravija affects all enemies, calculating damage by removing 7/8 of their current HP (unlike other percentage-based attacks, Gravija ignores Death immunity). The spell costs 70 MP and is vulnerable to Runic.
The cores of Sin's Left Fin, Sin's Right Fin as well as the Main Core located on its back uses Gravija after a turn of charging. It is also one of two attacks performed by the game's final boss, Yu Yevon, with the other attack being Ultima.
Attack with a silent cry! Gravi2!
Gravija again brings a target's HP down to 1. It is only cast by the Demon Wall.
Appears as Rarity 3* Black Magic, single target ability Gravity that reduces one target's remaining HP by half.