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Lessens one opponent's HP by 1/2
Laser is an enemy ability used by Dr. Lugae and Death Mech, which inflicts major non-elemental damage to one character. Another version, called Piercing Laser, originally called Maser in the SNES translation, then Laser in the PlayStation version), inflicts damage to the party equal to 1/10th of the character's max HP, and is used by Attack Node and Death Machine.
Laser is an Enemy Skill in Final Fantasy VII. It gives the same effect as the spell Demi 2, but has a far smaller MP cost (16 MP). Since it is a Gravity-based spell, Laser always halves the HP of any target it can hit. It can be reflected. Laser can be learned from the enemies Death Claw and Dark Dragon.
It is advised to learn it as early as possible, as if it is not learned from a Death Claw in the desert near Corel Prison when the party has the chance, it is unattainable until Disc 3. Another version of Laser exists, used by Jenova∙BIRTH, which inflicts physical non-elemental damage to one party member, and may be used up to three times per turn.
Lazer is an enemy ability used by the Dark King, which inflicts non-elemental damage to one party member. It has an attack power of 120.
Laser is one of Talon's main weapons or abilities that can be chosen, it attacks all enemies at the beginning of battle.
Laser is also an enemy ability that is a physical attack which damages one enemy. Cosmos, IronRose, Reaper, Cactus, Valkyrie, Iken, Searcher, Alert, and Venus can use this attack.
laser is a device that emits light through a process of optical amplification based on the stimulated emission of electromagnetic radiation. A laser differs from other sources of light because it emits light coherently allowing to be focused to a tight spot and to stay narrow over long distances.A