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The Gravitator, also known as the Gravido or the Gravidead, is a monster in Final Fantasy V. Found solely in the Barrier Tower, it is magically-adept and will often cast Graviga on the entire party.

StatsEdit

Final Fantasy V enemy stats
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Names Location Type Auto-hit Other information
PS: Gravidead
GBA: Gravitator
Mobile/PC: Gravitator
Barrier Tower (All Floors) Heavy, Humanoid None None
Stats
LV HP MP Strength Defense
34 1,800 200 38 20
Evasion Magic Magic Defense Magic Evasion Agility
10 0 10 0 35
Attack multiplier Magic multiplier Gil EXP ABP
7 4 720 327 2
Elemental affinities
Fire Ice Lightning Poison Holy Earth Wind Water Healing
100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% -100%Absorbs
Statuses and immunities
Death Petrify Toad Mini Float Poison Zombie Darkness
- - Immune - - - - -
Aging Sleep Paralyze Confuse Berserk Silence*(Mute) Image Reflect
- - - - - - - -
Protect Shell Stop Haste Slow Invincible Regen Doom*(Countdown)
- - - - - - - -
Eject Catch Control*(Tame) Calm Scan Fractional damage HP to critical status Revive kill
Immune - - Immune - Immune Immune Immune
Items (GBA/Mobile/PC)
Steal (40%80% with Thief's Gloves) Item dropped
Hi-Potion (3.91%) Gaia Gear (6.25%)
Abilities (GBA/Mobile/PC)
Special Technique Abilities Control & Berserk Blue Magic Release
Critical Attack (150% damage) Gravity, Attack, Graviga, Critical Attack Attack, Gravity, Graviga None Graviga
Items (PS)
Steal (40%80% with Thief's Gloves) Item dropped
Potion (3.91%) Earth Robe (6.25%)
Abilities (PS)
Special Technique Abilities Control & Berserk Blue Magic Release
Critical (150% damage) Demi, Fight, Demi2, Critical Fight, Demi, Demi2 None Demi2

Other appearancesEdit

Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

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Etymology Edit

In 1921, while still in high school, Thomas Townsend Brown found that a high-voltage Coolidge tube seemed to change mass depending on its orientation on a balance scale. Through the 1920s Brown developed this into devices that combined high voltages with materials with high dielectric constants (essentially large capacitors); he called such a device a "gravitator".

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