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Scourge (ブレイクバースト, Bureiku Būsuto?, lit. Break Boost) is a support ability from Final Fantasy XIII. It is associated with the Commando role, and appears throughout the subseries. It generally deals significantly increased physical damage to a target that is about to recover from Stagger.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy XIIIEdit

Deal heavy damage with Attack to target about to recover from stagger.
—Description

Scourge is a Commando ability that deals heavy damage with Attack to target about to recover from stagger. It can be learned by Lightning (Crystarium stage 6), Sazh (stage 6), Snow (stage 6), Vanille (stage 7), Hope (stage 7), and Fang (stage 6).

Final Fantasy XIII-2Edit

Scourge is a Commando ability that deals heavy damage with Attack target about to recover from stagger. It can be learned by Serah (role level 15), Noel (role Level 12), Amodar (8), Cactuar (40), Cactuaroni (40), Chichu (60), Dreadnought (42), Gilgamesh (12), Goblin (20), Golden Chocobo (9), Gorgonopsid (82), Lightning (10), Mandrake (63), Metallicactuar (40), Miniflan (89), Munchkin (19), Narasimha (70), Omega (30), Orion (16), Proto-behemoth (12), Reaver (56), Red Chocobo (94), , Sarracenia (60), Seeping Brie (60), Shaguma (17), Svarog (70), Twilight Odin (76), Typhon (11), Uridimmu (40), Vouivre (65), and Yeoman (19).

Scourge is also a Paladin passive ability for Lightning in the "Requiem of the Goddess" downloadable content scenario. It is learned at level 1 and actives instantly. It deals heavy damage with Attack to launched target about to recover from stagger.

Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

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EtymologyEdit

Scourge is an English noun that refers to "a cause of affliction or calamity."