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Jenova∙DEATH, referred to as Jenova-DEATH in the BradyGames guide, is a boss in Final Fantasy VII and the third form of Jenova. The location of this battle is in the Whirlwind Maze and after this battle, the party retrieves the Black Materia.

FormationsEdit

# Formation
743 Jenova▪DEATH

LocationsEdit

Whirlwind Maze
Rocky Path 743 (event)

BattleEdit

Jenova∙DEATH attempts to inflict Silence status onto the party. She can attack quickly with the Red Light portion up three times in one turn, and has a high Magic Defense compared with her physical Defense. All of her attacks are Fire attacks.

StrategyEdit

Tifa is a required member of the party for this boss, so she should be equipped properly if she is undertrained.

As all of her damaging attacks are Fire-elemental, equipping a Fire Ring or Fire Armlet to at least one of the characters to nullify Fire attacks makes the battle impossible to lose. Elemental Materia linked to a Fire-elemental Materia in armor, or the Dragon Armlet also help.

The Ribbon from the Temple of the Ancients and the Ribbon from Gaea's Cliff are available to protect against Silence at this stage of the game, and the player can also use Added Effect paired with Seal also works.

Jenova∙DEATH is vulnerable to the Paralyze component of Cloud's Cross-slash Limit Break, as well as Dazers won at the Sleeping Forest from Boundfat.

The full range of armor is suitable for this battle; as always without regard to Magic Defense (which is not implemented; Spirit stat alone defends against magic damage), but also without regard to Defense, as all of Jenova's attacks are magical.

AI scriptEdit

AI: Setup {

SpclChance = 4
1/2 Chance: Count = 3
1/2 Chance: Count = 0

} AI: Main {

TempVar:RedLightAttack = 0
If (Count == 0) Then
{
If ((At Least One Opponent has Silence Status)
OR (Jenova∙DEATH's MP < 24)) Then
{
TempVar:RedLightAttack = 1
} Else {
Choose Random Opponent without Silence
Use Silence on Target
}
Count = 1
} Else If (Count == 1 or 2) Then {
Count = Count + 1
} Else If (Count == 3) Then {
TempVar:RedLightAttack = 1
Count = 4
} Else If (Count == 4) Then {
TempVar:RedLightAttack = 1
Count = 5
} Else {
Choose All Opponents
Use Tropic Wind on Target
Count = 0
}
If (TempVar:RedLightAttack == 1) Then
{
If (Rnd(1..SpclChance) == 1) Then
{
If (2nd Opponent doesn't have Death Status) Then
{
Choose 2nd Opponent
Use Red Light on Target
}
If (1st Opponent doesn't have Death Status) Then
{
Choose 1st Opponent
Use Red Light on Target
}
If (3rd Opponent doesn't have Death Status) Then
{
Choose 3rd Opponent
Use Red Light on Target
}
} Else {
TempVar:Random = Rnd(1..SpclChance)
If (TempVar:Random == 1) Then
{
Choose Random Opponent
Use Red Light on Target
}
If (TempVar:Random <= 2) Then
{
Choose Random Opponent
Use Red Light on Target
}
Choose Random Opponent
Use Red Light on Target
}
}

} AI: Counter - General {

If (Jenova∙DEATH's HP <= 25% of Jenova*DEATH's Max HP) Then
{
SpclChance = 2
} Else If (Jenova∙DEATH's HP <= 75% of Jenova*DEATH's Max HP) Then {
SpclChance = 3
}

}

Other appearancesEdit

Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

Jenova-DEATH Brigade

A party fighting Jenova-DEATH in Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade.

Jenova-DEATH appears in Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade as an enemy during an event called "Operation Jenova". In order to get Jenova-DEATH to appear, the players must successfully shut down the three Mako Reactors. In battle, Jenova-DEATH uses Red Light. Red Light covers the entire screen with a red tint and forms red clouds around the party that can explode and cause damage.

Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

FFRK Jenova DEATH FFVII

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EtymologyEdit

The dot between the words is an interpunct used in Japanese to indicate that a full proper noun is two separate words. It appears in Final Fantasy VII in the boss names of Jenova's parts and Sephiroth's boss forms.

The names of Jenova∙BIRTH, Jenova∙LIFE, and Jenova∙DEATH are alluded to Saṃsāra, the repeating cycle of birth, life, and death in Buddhism.

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