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Punch to create a blast of wind that consumes the opponent. Can be charged for greater range and damage, and to increase damage priority.
One Inch Punch appears as a hand to hand Weapon Skill. When used, the ability will deal a single hitting attack that ignores the target’s defense. The amount of defense ignored depends on the amount of TP the player currently has saved up when using the skill.
One Ilm Punch appears in Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn as a Monk weaponskill available after completing the "The Pursuit of Power" job quest at level 45. The ability deals an attack with a potency of 120 and removes one beneficial status from a single target. The player must be in raptor form to use the weaponskill and costs 120 TP to use. In addition, it changes the user to coeurl form for 10 seconds.
One Inch Punch is one of Prishe's Bravery attacks. When used, the attack creates a blast of wind that consumes the opponent. The attack can be charged to have a larger range and deal more damage. One Inch Punch is learned at level 33 and it costs 150 AP to master and 20 CP to equip.
One Inch Punch appears as a SR+ Strength ability card.
The one inch punch is a Southern Chinese martial art originated punch technique devised to make the most of limited leverage and space to land powerful blows in close quarter fights, by practicing "explosive" muscular power (external) and by coordinating the body's movements to properly guide the motion of qi from the center of the stomach area (internal) to unleash a sudden and smooth transition of the wrist at such a small range for an immediate and damaging punch. Its existence exploded into popularity after its exposure to the world by martial artist Bruce Lee and his exhibition at the Long Beach International Karate Championships of 1964.