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DC Comics

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Provoke

Provoke (New Earth)
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Final Crisis: Revelations #1
(October, 2008)

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EQ2

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Provoke
Guardian
Spell Icon
Heroic Opportunity Icon
Interrupts the target and increases their hate towards the guardian.

Target Enemy
Power 1
Casting 0.25 seconds
Recast 8.0 seconds
Range Up to 15.0 meters
Level 1

Mastery

Aggression

Effects
  • Increases threat to target by (X)
  • Interrupts target
Provoke Spell Line
I II III IV V VI VII
1 9 17 31 45 59 72
Spell Effects by Spell Rank
Effect Apprentice Journeyman Adept Expert Master Grandmaster
Threat increase (X) 16-19  ?  ?  ?  ?

Gray cells correspond to unavailable ranks of the spell.


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Taunt in Final Fantasy IV: The After Years.

Provoke, also known as Taunt, Lure, and Decoy, is an ability that entices enemies to attack. This is often used to protect weaker party members or to keep monsters from using special attacks/magic. It works similar to Cover.

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Final Fantasy III

In the Nintendo DS version, Vikings can Provoke enemies. Provoking enemies also lowers their Defense.

Final Fantasy IV

Draw Attacks is an augment in the Nintendo DS version that makes all attacks target the user.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Golbez has the Taunt ability, which makes all enemies attacks target him.

Final Fantasy V

Lure is the first ability learned from the Gladiator Job class.

Final Fantasy X

Provoke is found in Tidus's section of the Sphere Grid. When cast, it entices the enemy to attack only the character who used it. Successfully Provoking an enemy will also counteract the Berserk status.

Final Fantasy XI

See also: Warrior (Final Fantasy XI)/Abilities.

Provoke is available to Warriors. The ability can be used once every 30 seconds starting at level 5. When used, it will create an instant high amount of enmity towards the Warrior. It is viewed as an almost essential ability to have in order to serve as a tank. It is also a vital part of the strategy commonly referred to as "first provoke".

Final Fantasy XII

See also: Decoy (Ability).

Provoke is an enemy ability that inflicts Berserk on the target.

Final Fantasy XIII

Provoke (挑発 chōhatsu) is a command ability of the Defender/Sentinel Role that, if successful, draws the attention of enemies to the user.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Soldiers can use Provoke to inflict Berserk. It is taught by the Blood Sword.


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