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    Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy Summons


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    Ifrit AUTO
    Bravery boosted to 150%.
    Auto when stage bravery gained.


    Shiva AUTO
    Opponent's bravery prevented from rising for a short time (10 seconds).
    Auto summon when foe's BRV=0.


    Ramuh AUTO
    Opponent's summons sealed for a short time (30 seconds).
    Auto when foe gains stage bravery.


    Carbuncle AUTO
    Matches opponent's bravery to yours.
    Auto summon when BRV=0.


    Magic Pot AUTO
    Copies opponent's bravery.
    Auto when foe's BRV=3x base value.


    Demon Wall AUTO
    Bravery shielded for a time (10 seconds).
    Auto when BRV=50% base value.


    Magus Sisters AUTO
    Opponent's bravery halved for a short time (30 seconds). Base bravery halved.
    Auto when foe gains stage BRV.


    Odin AUTO
    50% chane of inflicting Break.
    Auto summon when near death.


    Phoenix AUTO
    Protected from Break for a time (20 seconds). BRV is restored to base value.
    Auto when BRV=50% base value.


    Alexander AUTO
    Bravery frozen for a short time (15 seconds).
    Auto when stage bravery gained.


    Leviathan AUTO
    Opponent's bravery decreases (-50 BRV per second) for a short period of time (30 seconds).
    Auto when foe gains stage bravery.


    Bahamut AUTO

    Spoiler

     

    Appears in FFI, FFIII, FFIV, FFV, FFVI, FFVII, FFVIII, FFIX, FFX, FFXI, FFXII, FFXIII
    The lord of dragons who rules over the heavens. Armed with Megaflare, he reigns as the mightiest of dragons throughout the series.

    Appearing as the Dragon King in Final Fantasy I, he grants the heroes new titles for proving their courage, the item with which to prove it being a little surprising.

    Using the spell Bahamur allowed adventurers to summon him into battle for the first time in FFIII. Although our heroes stumbled into Bahamut's Lair early on, they are only able to defeat him later on in their journey.

    AS the Hallowed Father dwelling on the moon in FFIV, he only lends his great strength to those who can withstand his Megaflare.

    In FFV, Bahamut is sealed in a tome left behind by the original heroes who faced the Void one thousand years before. He is also referred to as the Dragon King.

    When Deathgaze is defeated in FFVI, it releases the magicite for Bahamut from its mouth. Although magicite are the remains of a deceased Esper, why Bahamut's magicite was in the flying terror's mouth remains a mystery.

    The Bahamut materia is obtained by defeating the dragon protecting the temple of the Ancients in FFVII, but there are also stringer subspecies that appear in this world.

    First fought in the Deep Sea Research Center in FFVIII, he questions Squall on the "meaning of battle".He aids the party as a Guardian Force after being defeated.

    Bahamut was used in FFIX as a powerful weapon of Queen Brahne during her attack on Kuja, but Kuja's schemes turned the tables and made Bahamut attack her instead.

    In FFX, Bahamut's Fayth appears as a young boy who attempts to guide Tidus on several occasions. However, Tidus does not learn that this boy is a Fayth until much later in his journey.

    An avatar known as the Conqueror of the Skies in FFXI, he is deeply connected to an adventure linked to Prishe. There is also a chance for adventurers to test their might against him.Bahamut is the name of the empire impsing sky fortress, which Vayne pilots in FFXII, and is also the stage where Vaan and his party seek to end the Empire's deathly grip over Ivalice.

    As Fang's Eidolon in FFXIII, Bahamut takes on a humoind appearance when fighting alongside Fang, but he can transform in Gestalt mode. Seeing Fang standing on the dragon's back and attacking from the skies truly resembles the image of a dragoon.

     

    Bravery rises of a short time (+75 BRV per second, 20 seconds).
    Auto when BRV=50% base value.


    Ifrit
    Bravery boosted to 150%.


    Shiva
    Opponent's bravery prevented from rising for a short time (15 seconds). Duration longer than Auto.


    Ramuh
    Opponent's summons sealed for a short time (50 seconds). Duration longer than Auto.


    Carbuncle
    Matches opponent's bravery to yours.


    Magic Pot
    Copies opponent's bravery.


    Demon Wall
    Bravery shielded for a time (15 seconds). Duration longer than Auto.


    Magus Sisters
    Opponent's bravery halved for a short time. Base bravery halved. Duration longer than Auto.


    Odin
    50% chance of inflicting Break.


    Phoenix
    Protected from Break for a time (30 seconds). BRV is restored to base value. Duration longer than Auto.


    Alexander
    Bravery frozen for a short time (10 seconds). Duration is shorter than Auto, but can be devastating if timed right.


    Leviathan
    Opponent's bravery decreases for a short period of time (-66 BRV per second, 30 seconds). More effective than Auto.


    Bahamut
    Bravery rises for a short time (+99 BRV per second, 20 seconds). More effective than Auto.


    Chocobo
    Both fighters' BRV values are randomly shuffled.


    Moogle
    Who knows what will happen...


    Mandragora
    For a short period (50 seconds), recover BRV to base value more quickly.


    Bomb
    After a set period of time (10 seconds), opponent takes BRV damage corresponding to your BRV.


    Asura
    Will either seal summons, induce a summon, or destroy opponent's Summonstone.


    Titan
    For a period of time (10 seconds), BRV tripled when you take HP damage.


    Atomos
    For a period (10 seconds), absorb double the opponent's BRV when you take HP damage.


    Iron Giant
    For a period of time (50 seconds), when you deal HP damage, opponent's BRV is halved.


    Cactuar
    Opponent's BRV is reduced by 1000.


    Tonberry
    After a set period of time (27 seconds), opponent loses BRV equal to the HP damage you take.


    Malboro
    Constantly reduces foe's BRV (for 30 seconds). The closer you are, the greater the reduction.


    Ultros
    Opponent cannot see BRV for a short period (120 seconds).


    Typhon
    One digit of the opponent's BRV is blown away.


    Deathgaze
    Inflicts Break if opponent's BRV is a multiple of 5.


    Behemoth
    BRV doubled, but afterwards, quickly falls (-60 BRV per second, 50 seconds).


    PuPu
    BRV halved, but afterwards quickly rises (+60 BRV per second, 50 seconds).


    Lich
    Opponent's BRV falls to 0 after a set period of time (15 seconds).


    Marilith
    Opponent's BRV frozen after a set period of time (15 seconds).


    Kraken
    Opponent's BRV switched with yours after a set period of time (15 seconds).


    Tiamat
    BRV tripled after a set period of time.


    Scarmiglione
    When opponent calls a summon, their BRV falls to 0.


    Cagnazzo
    When opponent calls a summon, their BRV swap with yours.


    Rubicante
    When opponent calls a summon, your BRV is tripled.


    Gilgamesh
    A strike with the strongest of swords triples your BRV.
    But if you're unlucky...


    Ultima Weapon
    Focuses a massive energy beam at the foe, inflicting Break after a set period of time (50 seconds).


    Omega
    For a short period of time (13 seconds), opponent's BRV decreases.


    Calcabrina
    Cancels opponent's Break status.


    Giant of Babil
    Transfers 30% of both fighter's BRV to stage BRV.


    Syldra
    Nullifies active summon effects.


    Ultima, the High Seraph
    For a short period, receive stage BRV after suffering an AST Break or EX Break.


    Zalera, the Death Seraph
    Inflicts Break if opponent's BRV value is 9999.


    Brynhildr
    Doubles stage BRV and doubles base BRV for a set period.


    Hecatoncheir
    Resets stage BRV to 0.


    Land Worm
    Constantly reduces foe's BRV (for 30 seconds). The farther you are, the greater the reduction.

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