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Perform various ninja arts.
Ninjutsu (にんじゅつ, Ninjutsu?), also called Ninja, is a type of magic in Final Fantasy IV, usable by Edge. In the 3D versions, Edge learns three new spells. He learns most of his Ninjutsu abilities by leveling up, but two are learned in accordance with plot events. Damaging Ninjutsu relies on Edge's Intelligence to calculate damage.
On the Easy Type version, the majority of the casting times for spells were reduced from their original casting time, making these spells faster to cast.
List of Ninjutsu spells Edit
|15||20||Moderate Fire-elemental damage to all enemies. Casting time of 2.||Known|
|Releases fire through ninjutsu.|
|20||Moderate Ice-elemental (2D versions). Casting time of 2.|
Water-elemental (3D versions) damage to all enemies.
|Releases a tidal wave through ninjutsu.|
|25||20||Moderate Lightning-elemental damage to all enemies. Casting time of 2.||Event|
|Releases lightning through ninjutsu.|
|5||15||Paralyzes one enemy. Casting time of 0.||Level 27||Known|
|Pins target and temporarily prevents it from performing any actions.|
|10||5||Escape from battles. Casting time of 0.||Level 33|
|Creates a veil of smoke to help allies flee from battle.|
|6||5||Casts Blink on user. Casting time of 0.||Level 38||Known|
|Creates illusion of one's self to confuse the enemy.|
|Tremor||—||20||Moderate Earth-elemental damage to all enemies.||—||Level 40|
|Gale||—||20||Moderate Wind-elemental damage to all enemies.||—||Level 50|
|Frost||—||20||Moderate Ice-elemental damage to all enemies.||—||Level 60|
Other appearances Edit
- Ability Cards
- Legend Cards
- Game Boy Advance
- Nintendo DS
- PlayStation Portable
Ninjutsu, sometimes used interchangeably with the term ninpō, is the martial art, strategy, and tactics of unconventional warfare and guerrilla warfare as well as the art of espionage purportedly practiced by the shinobi (commonly known outside of Japan as ninja). The feature of mudras and Sanskrit like writing in their casting refers to the magic of Horiki, being said to be fantastical powers gained in the sects of Mikkyo Buddhism through intensive meditation, and are said to be one curriculum in Ninjutsu said to be responsible for their mythical powers.