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Jive (おどる, Odoru?, lit. Dance) is an ability exclusive to Calca in Final Fantasy IV: The After Years. It can be described as a mixture between the Blue Magic and Dance abilities. It works by casting an ability used by monsters but, unlike Blue Magic, the abilities do not need to be learned in any way and are cast randomly. Jive has a Charge Time of 3.
|Bloodfeast||Minor non-elemental damage to one enemy in addition to the Sap status.|
|Bad Breath||Inflicts multiple status ailments to one enemy.|
|Constrict||Inflicts Paralyze on one enemy.|
|Slap||Inflicts either Paralyze or Curse on one enemy.|
|Blaster||Inflicts either Paralyze or Death on one enemy.|
|Stone Gaze||Inflicts Gradual Petrify on one enemy.|
|Stone Touch||Inflicts Gradual Petrify on one enemy.|
|Hex||Inflicts Pig status on one enemy.|
|Glare||Inflicts Confuse on one enemy.|
|Wing Scales||Inflicts Blind on one enemy.|
|Tongue||Inflicts Sleep on one enemy.|
|Bile||Poison damage on one enemy.|
|Gaze||Inflicts either Confuse, Sleep, or Paralyze on one enemy.|
|Sleeping Gas||Randomly inflicts Sleep on one or all enemies.|
|Poison Gas||Randomly inflicts minor non-elemental damage and Poison on one or all enemies.|
|Curse||Randomly inflicts Curse on one or all enemies.|
|Pollen||Minor non-elemental damage to all enemies in addition to the Sap status.|
|Flamethrower||Minor Fire-elemental damage to all enemies.|
|Blaze||Fire-elemental damage to all enemies.|
|Frost Blast||Ice-elemental damage to all enemies.|
|Lightning||Thunder-elemental damage to all enemies.|
|Earthquake||Non-elemental damage to all enemies.|
|Thermal Rays||Non-elemental damage to all enemies.|
In Ballroom dancing, Jive is a dance style in 4/4 time that originated in the United States from African-Americans in the early 1930s.