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Second version of Pyroblast in Final Fantasy IV: The After Years (PSP).

Pyroblast (プチフレア, Puchi Furea?, lit. Mini Flare), also known as Pyro, Flare, ltFlare, Mini Flare, Fireburst, and Light Flare, is a recurring spell in the series. It is one of two common Twincast abilities, the other being Comet, and deals high Fire-elemental or non-elemental damage to all enemies.


Final Fantasy IVEdit

Pyroblast is one of two Twincast abilities originally used by Palom and Porom prior to the 3D remakes, and dealt moderate non-elemental damage to all enemies at the cost of 10 MP for both characters. In the 3D remakes, this is changed to deal moderate Fire-elemental damage to all enemies at the cost of 30 MP, and could be used by any two characters that had the Twincast augment on them.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-Edit

Pyroblast returns and functions identically as in the previous game.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

Pyroburst returns as a Band ability for Palom and Porom during the flashback event during Porom's Tale. It has a 60% chance of being used when Twincast is used, and costs 20 MP to use. Damage is reliant on Palom's Black Magic.

Final Fantasy IXEdit

Light Flare is an enemy ability used by Thorn, which can only be used once Zorn gives him the power to use it and Thorn has not been damaged at all afterwards. It costs 30 MP to cast and deals moderate Fire-elemental damage to one target, but can be reflected.

Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

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Final Fantasy Trading Card GameEdit

One of Porom's cards knows Pyroblast. For a similar cost as with Comet, discarding a Porom card and Dulling Porom, the player can tap an Active Palom they control to have Porom deal 8,000 damage to a Forward of their choice.


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Pyro comes from the Greek word πυρ (pyr) meaning "fire."

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