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Tonberry (トンベリ, Tonberi) is a recurring monster in the Final Fantasy series, but it has appeared as a Summon in some games.

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Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-

Tonberry appears as a summon on the DMW after obtaining Tonberry's Knife. Murderous Thrust damages an enemy based on the level of the DMW.

Final Fantasy VIII

Chef's Knife

In Final Fantasy VIII, Tonberry appears as a Guardian Force. To obtain Tonberry, the player must encounter and defeat the Tonberry King.

The GF Tonberry is best known for its LV-Up and LV-Down skills needed to gather certain rare items. He also possesses abilities relating to shops such as receiving discounts, accessing a shop from any location, allowing the purchase of rare items, and selling items for a greater price.

Chef's Knife, GF Tonberry's attack, deals non-elemental damage in random amounts.

Abilities learned from Tonberry are listed below:

Command Ability AP GF Ability AP
Magic NA Boost 10
Draw NA SumMag +10% 40
GF NA SumMag +20% 70
Item NA SumMag +30% 140
LV Down NA GF HP +10% 40
LV Up NA GF HP +20% 70
Character Ability AP GF HP +30% 140
Eva +30% NA Menu Ability AP
Luck +50% NA Haggle 150
Auto Potion 150 Familiar 150
Initiative 160 Sell-High 200
Mov HP-Up 200 Call Shop 200


Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

Tonberry in Revenant Wings.
Main article: Tonberry (Revenant Wings)
"The past has a way of catching up with you."
—In-Game Description

Tonberry is the Rank 2 Non-Elemental Melee summon. His regular attack is Knife, while his special attack, Karma, deals non-elemental damage depending on how many enemies the target has killed.

Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales

Tonberry also appears in Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales. He has a total of five non-elemental cards.

Cards

Tonberry
#109 * Gray
None Defend None Defend
Poison Cloud
Crystal Ability (*)

Deals 3 damage and causes Poison.

Tonberry
#110 ** Gray
Defend None Attack None
Shadowbind
Crystal Ability (*)

Deals 5 damage and causes Slow.

Tonberry
#111 * Gray
None Attack None Defend
Knife
Crystal Ability (***)

Deal damage equal to 1/2 of your remaining HP.


Tonberry
#112 ** Gray
Defend None Attack None
Karma
Rebound

If your HP is 7 or less, deal 7 damage

Tonberry
#113 *** Gray
None Attack None Defend
Karma+
Rebound

If your HP is 3 or less, deal 10 damage


Final Fantasy: Unlimited

Meteor Master Summoning

In the anime, Final Fantasy: Unlimited, Tonberry makes an appearance as a summon, under the name of Meteor Master. Their appearances are slightly similar, as the Meteor Master has the same spherical eyes, reptilian shape, and absent mouth. The Meteor Master even has variations of the Tonberry's trademark lantern and knife. The Soil Charge Triad (Soil is like the colored bullet of a Magun, used to summon creatures) needed to summon Meteor Master is:

  • A thunderous boom shatters the skies, Horizon Gold!
  • A wrath of anger pours down from the heavens, Aero Black!
  • A wedge of light strikes for all eternity, Fort Silver!

Followed by saying: "Annihilate! Summoned Creature! Meteor Master!"

In the English audio version, the Soil Charge Triad was changed to:

  • The roar of the sky engulfed in flames, Horizon Gold!
  • The daggers of an angry rain, Arrow Black!
  • The light that drives a wedge into eternity, Photon Silver!

Followed by saying: "Destroy! I summon you! Meteor Master!"

Dissidia Final Fantasy

Tonberry being summoned

Tonberry appears as a summon. When summoned, its Final Fantasy VIII artwork appears and a Tonberry sprite will begin moving towards the opponent's Brave. Upon reaching the opponent's Brave, it deals damage to the Brave equal to the HP the summoner lost since it summoned Tonberry. This summon can be obtained as a Stage Bonus on the Destiny Odyssey V storyline. The Tonberry sprite that the summon conjures is based on the Tonberry's sprite from Final Fantasy V.


This article uses material from the "Tonberry (Summon)" article on the Final Fantasy wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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