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Climhazzard as seen in Final Fantasy VII.

Climhazzard is a recurring attack that is mainly used by the Knight class, though it originated as a Limit Break for Cloud Strife in Final Fantasy VII. Its appearances are almost directly related to the appearance of the character himself.




Final Fantasy VII

Making its first debut as a Limit Break for Cloud, it is the second limit break of the second tier, learned after using Blade Beam 7 times. It inflicts 4.375 times damage more than normal to a single opponent.

Final Fantasy IX

Climhazzard appears as a skill that Beatrix and Steiner can use. When used, it inflicts major non-elemental damage to all enemies, twice as much damage as normal physical attack from either character. It costs 32 MP to use, takes 70 AP to learn, and it is learned from either Excalibur or Excalibur II. The damage of the attack increases as the Spirit stat of the character increases. Note that the skill is magical in nature.

An ability called Climhazzard is available to Beatrix during the final boss fight with her. Instead of dealing major physical damage based on her attack power, it reduces the entire party's HP to 1.

Final Fantasy Tactics

Climhazzard is a Limit Break for Soldier, better known as Cloud, and can only be used if he is equipped with the Materia Blade. It inflicts damage to the target equal to the total amount of damage the target has already taken, has a range of 2, effect of 1, and speed of 15. It takes 450 JP to master.

Dissidia Final Fantasy

Climhazzard returns as a Brave attack for Cloud, which can only be used on the ground. It makes Cloud charge forward and ram the opponent, then Cloud leaps into the air and slams the opponent into the ground with his sword. It takes 120 AP to master, and is one of Cloud's initial Brave attacks.


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