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Final Fantasy XI Spell
Thunder IV
MP: 195
Effect: Deals lightning damage to an enemy.
Duration: Instant
Casting Time: 5 Seconds
Recast Time: 30 Seconds
Magic Type: Elemental Magic
Element: Lightning
Jobs: BLM 75, SCH 75*Addendum: Black, GEO 91, RDM 92

Thunder IV is a tier IV Black Magic spell in Final Fantasy XI. An upgraded version of the Thunder III spell, it deals lightning-based elemental damage to a single target. Thunder IV is available to Black Mages, Geomancers, and Red Mages. Scholars are also able to use this spell while under the effects of Addendum: Black or Enlightenment. Additionally, a Summoner's Thunder Spirit and certain setups of a Puppetmaster's Automaton are capable of casting this spell.

Scrolls of Thunder IV can be found as loot on certain high-level Magic Pots and Goblin black mages.


Blood Pact: RageEdit

Final Fantasy XI Spell
Thunder IV
MP: 118
Effect: Deals lightning elemental damage.
Duration: Instant
Casting Time: Instant
Recast Time: 60 Seconds
Magic Type: Blood Pact: Rage
Element: Lightning
Jobs: Ramuh 60

Thunder IV is a level 60 Blood Pact for Ramuh in Final Fantasy XI.

  • Ramuh's Thunder IV is not a spell; it is considered a job ability.
  • Ramuh's Thunder IV can be used even when the Summoner or Ramuh (or both) is Silenced.
  • Amnesia on either the Summoner or Ramuh prevents the use of this ability.
  • Ramuh's TP is consumed upon using this ability, boosting its power. However, TP is not needed to use this ability.


EtymologyEdit

Thunder is the sound caused by lightning. Depending on the distance and nature of the lightning, thunder can range from a sharp, loud crack to a long, low rumble (brontide).

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