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Provoke (挑発, Chōhatsu?), also known as Taunt, Lure, Decoy, or Draw Attacks, is an ability that entices enemies to attack. This is often used to protect weaker party members, or to keep monsters from using special attacks/magic.
Provoke is the Viking class's command ability, which forces the enemy party to attack the user and lowers the enemy's Defense equal to the following formula:
- Enemy Defense = Original Defense x (100 - (0.5 x JobLv))%
The success rate of Provoke is as follows:
- Job Level 1-20 = 60%
- Job Level 21-40 = 70%
- Job Level 41-80 = 80%
- Job Level 81-98 = 90%
- Job Level 99-100 = 100%
The ability Lure's description indicates that it causes enemies to attack the character with Lure—however, this is actually incorrect, and the ability's real effect is to increase the frequency of random encounters. Lure is the first ability learned from the Gladiator job class, only available in the Advance remake.
Provoke is a Special ability found in Tidus's section of the Sphere Grid. It takes 4 MP to use and when cast, it entices the enemy to attack only the character who used it. A provoked foe reverts to normal the moment the provoker leaves the active party or dies. Successfully provoking an enemy will also counteract the Berserk status.
Provoke is available to Warriors at level 5. When used, it will create an instant high amount of enmity towards the user. It is viewed as an almost essential ability to have in order to serve as a tank. Its recast Time is 30 seconds and its duration is Instant. In Ballista and Brenner (player vs. player battles), this ability adds Provoked status instead of enmity. In Besieged, provoking a charmed person puts them to sleep. A Puppetmaster's Automaton can use this ability by having a Strobe equipped and a Fire Maneuver in place.
Entice enemies in range to attack you.
Provoke is a command ability of the Sentinel role that, if successful, draws the attention of enemies to the user. Another ability, Challenge, works the same but targets a single enemy with greater success rate. Provoke causes the Provoke status effect.
Provoke is a Sentinel ability that draws the attention of enemies to the user if successful. It also causes the Provoke status. Additionally, the player can see if the enemy is immune to Provoke or not by checking the top-right corner of the enemy scan. It has replaced the Death status in the screen, since Death cannot be cast in the sequel.
Gesture threateningly, placing yourself at the top of a target's enmity list.
Provoke is a Role Action common to all tanks learned at level 16. When used, it gives the user enmity equivalent to that of the player with the current highest enmity on its target's threat list, plus one. For maximum effectiveness, it is best to pair Provoke with other high enmity-generating abilities, such as Flash, to firmly establish a hate threshold higher than that of the previous target. Thus, while not being useful for generating enmity when one is already the monster's target, it is an absolutely vital tool for "tank swap" mechanics on difficult bosses. Before the release of Stormblood, it was a Gladiator ability learned at level 22, with the same function and can be used by other classes.
Provokes enemy until they fly into a berserker rage.
Soldiers can use Provoke to inflict Berserk. It is once again taught by the Blood Sword and costs 300 AP to learn.
Provoke is a Piracy ability learned by Pirates at job level 2. It raises the chances of being targeted by enemies to the highest level possible. It doesn't cost MP.
Provoke is the level 2 command ability for the Pirate. It raises the users' chances of being targeted by enemies to the highest level possible.
Greatly increase malice from enemies in range of you, thereby drawing their attacks.
Provoke is the Knight's Unique ability. It draws enmity from enemies in a radius around the user.
Temporarily increase chance of being targeted