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Grenade (グラネイド, Guraneido?) is a recurring enemy in the series. It is a more powerful version of the Bomb, but is generally near identical to the Bomb. Just like the others of the Bomb family, it typically attacks with the Self-Destruct ability, but sometimes uses abilities not found in others of the Bomb family.
Grenade is an enemy fought Bahamut's Lair, and is the strongest of the Bomb family. They are generally accompanied by the Drake enemy, and attack with regular attacks and Self-Destruct. Much like the rest of the Bomb family, they are weak to Ice-elemental and Water-elemental attacks.
Grenade is an enemy fought in the ruins section of the Interdimensional Rift, and generally use a physical attack and Self-Destruct to fight. Attacking them with magic will automatically make them counter with Self-Destruct. They are an invaluable source of Flame Shields as it is their rare steal.
Grenade is an enemy fought at the Bomb forest and in Thamasa during the Flame Eater battle, as well as in the Soul Shrine in the Game Boy Advance and later releases. It is a dangerous foe as hitting it with physical attacks will cause it to retaliate with Self-Destruct, and it has access to the Mesmerize ability which inflicts Berserk to a party member. It also fights using the Blaze and Fireball skills, much like the Bomb. They can be a valuable source of Flame Shields when metamorphed, although it is a rare metamorph.
Grenade is an enemy fought in the Whirlwind Maze. As with the Bomb, it slowly grows as it takes damage and will eventually use Bomb Blast when at max size. Unlike the Bomb, Grenades are capable of using Gush, and while they have access to the Eruption skill, will never use it.
Grenade is fought in the final dungeon, Banora Underground, at the Howling Fang and Portal of Severance. While it is fought in the final dungeon, it is not the strongest of the Bomb family. It is a good enemy to farm Blizzard and Blizzara materia, and also has the Firaga materia to be stolen. It fights using the abilities Absolute Zero and Blizzaga skills, with Absolute Zero acting as its Self-Destruct ability.
Retaliates with Self-Destruct when attacked three times.
Grenade is an enemy fought at Mt. Gagazet, attacking with Bash, Fira, and Self-Destruct after attacked three times. It is not the strongest of the Bomb family, with the Puroboros and Bomb King being more powerful. Kimahri can learn Self-Destruct from Grenades.
Grenade is an enemy fought at Zertinan Caverns (Hourglass Basin), and is the stronger version of the Balloon. It has access to the abilities Fira, Protect, Lunge, and Self-Destruct. In addition, it can make other Grenades in the area self-destruct with the abilities Chain Reaction and Mass-Destruct.
Grenades are higher-level varieties of bombs, distinguished by a darker, charred appearance. They otherwise do not behave any differently.
Grenade is the second tier of Bombs, and fights nearly identically to the Bomb. It is the only Bomb-type to have access to the Bomblet ability without having to be next to an unit with Beastmaster, and is the only Bomb-type to be able to use Flame Attack (requires being next to an unit with Beastmaster).
Grenade is an enemy fought during the missions Turf Defense Mission: Help Roda!, Mission #109: Snow Fairy, and Mission #065: Exploration, as well as when fighting a clan on Gotor Sands and Materiwood. They fight identically to the Bomb, in addition to possessing the skill Chill which it will use often to heal itself and potentially other nearby enemies that absorb the Ice element.
This powerful member of the bomb family burns with a searing blue flame.
Grenades are the strongest of the Bomb-family, and have access to the skills Flame Attack and Spark. However, it has lost its ability to use Self-Destruct.
Grenade is an enemy fought at the Cave of Perfervidity, and is the middle-tier of the Bomb-family with the Torpid Bomb and Purobolos being stronger.
The anger of these evil explosives is even greater than that of their bomb brethren.