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Munster Crusher

Munster Crusher is a workbench used to crush resources and turn items into runes.

Locations

  • (-5,-12) in Treechnid Forest
  • (-38,-55) in Bonta
  • (-29,38) in Brakmar
  • (-21,-5) in Enchanted Lake Palace

Uses


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Crush in The After Years.

Crush, also called Crash Down, is a recurring enemy ability in the series. It is often an extremely powerful attack, either capable of dealing heavy physical damage or Instant Death to one party member, and is usually used by powerful bosses or enemies, though this is not always the case.

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Appearances

Final Fantasy IV

First appearing in this game, Crush is an attack used most famously by Demon Wall, and later by Lunar Titan in the Advance remake. It inflicts Instant Death to one party member, and is used in rapid succession by Demon's Gate.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Crush appears in two different variations. The first is used by Demon Wall and the Ultima Weapon, which instantly kills a party member. The second version is used by Creator, and does high non-elemental damage to the party and low non-elemental damage to the user's party.

Final Fantasy V

Crush is an enemy ability used solely by Landcrawler. It inflicts major non-elemental damage to one party member as well as inflicting Confusion.

Final Fantasy VI

Crush is an enemy ability used by both Io and Slagworm. It inflicts major non-elemental damage to one party member, and is often used as a counter when used by the Slagworm.

Final Fantasy VII

Crush is used by the Sea Worm, and inflicts moderate non-elemental damage to one party member.

Final Fantasy IX

Crush, used by the Clipper enemy, inflicts minor non-elemental damage to one party member.


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Recipes

Up to date as of February 13, 2010

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To reduce a food to its finest form, such as crumbs, paste or powder. Crushing is often accomplished with a Mortar and Pestle, or with a rolling pin.


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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

For the various bonuses offered according to which attack method is selected, see Attack style.

The attack types are the different ways in which a player or non-player character may attack another player, another NPC, or a piece of interactive scenery that can be attacked. The five types are stab, slash, crush, magic, and ranged. Equipment gives players attack bonuses towards and defence bonuses against each of the attack types.

The bonuses

The following are detailed descriptions of the attack bonuses:

  • Crush: Crush is the primary attack type when wielding maces, warhammers, and maul-class weapons, and is used secondarily by two-handed swords and battleaxes. It is also the only attack type that can be used when fighting unarmed. Crush works best against platebodies. Most small or hard-shelled monsters are typically also more vulnerable to crush attacks.
  • Magic: The Magic attack type can only be used when casting offensive spells, and it is the only type that can be selected while doing so. The maximum hit of any magic spell is determined by the spell itself (staffs can now increase the maximum hit of magic attacks, since you do not need a staff to auto-cast now), and the accuracy of the spell is determined by the caster's magic attack bonus, and 70% of the opponent's Magic level, and 30% of the opponent's Defence level.
  • Ranged: Increases the odds that a Ranged attack will deal damage. (Does not affect maximum hit.)

Formula

The formula for probability of landing an attack is currently unknown. The following formula gives only an estimate of the actual probability of hitting, with results above 1 rounded down. The constant A is unknown, but it is estimated to be approximately 0.515.

math

See also


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