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Havoc Wing (はかいのつばさ? or 破壊の翼, Hakai no Tsubasa?, lit. Wings of Destruction), also known as Wings of Destruction or Wings of Ruin, is a recurring ability in the series, generally tied in with enemies, and in particular, is a move used most often by Kefka Palazzo. It is generally a very powerful physical attack.
Havoc Wing is an enemy ability exclusive to Kefka in the final battle of the game, which deals heavy non-elemental physical damage to one target. Relm has a 25% chance of using it with her Sketch ability, while Ultima has 75% chance.
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Havoc Wing is a HP Attack for Kefka, which the ground version is initially learned, while the aerial version is learned at level 20. Both versions require 40 CP to equip (20 when mastered), requires 180 AP to master, have high melee priority, and has the effect to induce Wall Rush. When done in EX Mode, it hits over a larger area. Although his original appearance had him using the ability while in his god form, it is usable out of his EX Mode in Dissidia, having him momentarily sprout his god form's wings and then retracting them.
Havoc Wing returns as a HP Attack for Kefka, the Ground version already learned and the aerial version learned again at level 20. They both now require 30 CP to equip (15 when mastered) and 130 AP to master, but otherwise retain the same effects as in the previous game. Like in the first Dissidia, Kefka can use the ability in both his regular form and in his EX Mode.
Havoc Wing is a Legend ability used by Kefka.
Havoc Wing is used by Lord Kefka, and hits 3 characters in a horizontal line.
The move appears in Final Fantasy Record Keeper as an attack utilized by Kefka. His attack animation features Kefka using his trademark laugh, then jumping into the sky and, similar to the Dissidia series, he proceeds to sprout wings before summoning fire down onto the enemies, eventually crash landing after the attack is delivered.