Starfall X is used by the Hell Emperor in the final battle in Pandaemonium. Additionally, in the Soul of Rebirth storyline, the Light Emperor uses Starfall XVI in the final battle in Arubboth, and Deumion from the Arcane Sanctuary also has access to Starfall XVI.
The power of darkness is mine to command. Even the stars must obey my will.
Starfall is a variant of Meteor used by Emperor Xande in the last battle of the Syrcus Tower raid. As he charges the attack from his throne, a Starfall Center and satellite Stonefall Centers guides several meteors down and must be destroyed to disrupt the spell. The stonefall comets will inflict 2,000 damage to every player if allowed to land, while the Starfall meteor will inflict around 30,000 damage to everyone on the field (and thus guaranteed K.O.).
Script error Starfall appears in Dissidia as a ground and aerial HP attack for the Emperor. When performed, the Emperor summons glyphs and charges for a long period of time to summon an unblockable barrage of fireballs from above, followed by the descent of a large meteor. The Emperor learns the ground version of Starfall at level 20 and the aerial version at level 38. It costs 40 CP to equip and 300 AP to master.
Starfall returns as an HP attack for the Emperor in ground and aerial versions, and now has the Magic Block ability, deflecting minor magic projectiles while the Emperor charges the attack. It costs 30 CP to equip and 130 AP to master.
Starfall is the only attack that can interrupt other ones, including Squall's Revolver Drive. While fighting Chaos as the Emperor, this ability is very useful because it will block every single hit of Scarlet Rain except for the last blow. If he summons the giant meteor at the same time Chaos throws fireballs, it is likely to occur a double K.O. since the Emperor will receive the final blow at the time the meteorite crushes Chaos to the ground.
Starfall refers to meteorites. meteorite is a solid piece of debris, from such sources as asteroids or comets, that originates in outer space and survives its impact with the Earth's surface. It is called a meteoroid before its impact.A