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Highwind in Final Fantasy Record Keeper.

Highwind (エア・スペリオリティ, Ea Superioriti?, lit. Air Superiority) is a recurring ability in the Final Fantasy series. It is an ability used exclusively by Aranea Highwind.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy XVEdit

XV Aranea uses Highwind when she is a guest during Chapter 7 and when she joins the party randomly afterward for battles against daemons. It can be invoked with the Technique command and costs 2 tech bars to use. It deals damage to one enemy.

Final Fantasy XV: Episode PromptoEdit

Aranea has two Techniques: Highwind is used outdoors, while Dragoon Dive is used indoors. The player can again invoke Aranea to use them with the Technique command, and her Techniques cost 2 tech bars. Aranea downing enemies can make enemies weak for Prompto to use his crackshot for critical damage.

Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

FFAB

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

FFRK

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Final Fantasy Brave ExviusEdit

FFBE

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Mobius Final FantasyEdit

Mobius

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EtymologyEdit

Highwind is a recurring surname for Dragoons in the series, and also a recurring special attack for Dragoon-type characters. Aranea from Final Fantasy XV is likewise a Dragoon.

"High wind" is typical of wind speeds that place a seven on the Beaufort scale. When wind travels this fast (approximately 32 to 38 miles per hour), the sea heaps up. Streaks of foam from breaking waves are blown in the direction the wind is traveling, and there are moderate amounts of airborne spray. On land, high wind moves entire trees, and effort is required to walk against it.