I couldn't miss the chance to practice my drawing!
Leap back then jump forward to slam into the opponent shoulder-first.
Shoulder Tackle appears as a hand to hand Weapon Skill. When used, the ability will deal a single hitting attack and has a chance of inflicting stun to the target. The chances of stunning depends on the amount of TP the player currently has saved up when using the skill.
Shoulder Tackle appeared in the original Final Fantasy XIV after the release of Patch 1.21. It was a Monk ability available after completing the Level 30 job quest. When used, the player would unleash a charging attack to target and had a chance to inflict Stun if the target had no enmity towards the user.
Shoulder Tackle appears in Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn as a Monk weaponskill available after completing the Level 35 Monk quest "Insulted Intelligence". It unleashes a charging attack with a potency of 100 to a single target up to 20 yalms away and inflicts Stun for 2 seconds. It cannot be executed while the user is bound.
The trait Tackle Mastery learned at Level 66 grants additional effects to Shoulder Tackle depending on which Fists status is active.
- Fists of Earth: Knockback added, range reduced
- Fists of Wind: Immediate second Tackle, damage halved
- Fists of Fire: Increased damage dealt
Shoulder Tackle is a Bravery attack for Prishe, which costs 20 CP to equip (10 CP if mastered), 150 AP to master, has low melee priority, deals physical damage, and is learned at level 29. It can also be used as a combo from another Bravery attack, where it can induce Wall Rush.