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Shake is an enemy in Final Fantasy VII fought in the Pagoda in Wutai Village as Yuffie. She represents Speed. Losing to Shake does not prompt a Game Over.

FormationsEdit

# Formation
624 Shake (No Rows)

LocationsEdit

Wutai
Godo's Pagoda, 2f. 624 (event)

BattleEdit

Even though the battle is not a back attack, some of the special attack formation rules still apply to the battles fought in the pagoda: the Change command to change row is greyed out, Shake starts with an empty ATB bar, and the first physical attack Yuffie inflicts deals double damage.

Shake may inflict Fury using Rage Bomber only as a counter-attack or when Shake is poisoned, which will cause Yuffie's Limit Breaks to fill up faster but her attacks miss more often.

StrategyEdit

Shake's level is multiple of 4, meaning she is vulnerable to L4 Suicide.

AI scriptEdit

AI: Main {

If (Shake has Poison Status) Then
{
Choose Random Opponent
1/2 Chance: Use <Beak> on Target
1/2 Chance: Use Rage Bomber on Target
} Else {
Choose Random Opponent
Use <Beak> on Target
}

} AI: Counter - General {

If (Shake's HP <= 50% of Shake's Max HP) Then
{
Choose Shake's Last Attacker (General)
Use Rage Bomber on Target
}

}

Other appearancesEdit

Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

FFRK

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EtymologyEdit

All the bosses in the Wutai Pagoda appear to have a link to theater. Shake is likely a shortened version of Shakespeare, the most famous English playwright. The intention was that each opponent would speak in a different way based on their origin, but this is missed in the English translation.

TriviaEdit

  • The marking on Shake's chest is the Japanese kanji for anger, 怒.

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