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Meteorite (プチメテオ, Puchi Meteo?, lit. Mini-Meteo), also known as Comet or Starstorm, is a recurring spell in the Final Fantasy series. It commonly appears as a Twincast spell or an ability used by the Carbuncle summon.
Palom and Porom can cast Comet as a Twincast spell. Using the Stardust Rod or the Stardust item can also cast Comet in battle. Comet is essentially a weaker version of Meteor and deals non-elemental damage to all enemies. It has a casting time of 0, a spell power of 80 (180 in the 3D versions), and costs 20 MP in 2D versions and 50 in the 3D versions to use, deducting MP from both users of the Twincast command. It is used roughly 1/4 of the time in 2D versions. The spell is classified as a Black Magic spell in the 3D remakes.
Meteorite is an enemy ability used by Zorn after being charged up by Thorn. It deals minor non-elemental damage to the party, and cost 40 MP for the enemy to use. Zorn and Thorn's use of the spell alludes to Final Fantasy IV where Palom and Porom do the same.
Starstorm appears as a level 2 limit break for casters. It delivers an area of effect attack with a potency of 3000.
Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)Edit
Onion Knight has Comet as an HP attack. It fires a barrage of small fireballs at the opponent. It costs 40 CP to equip and 180 AP to master.
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