Attack by biting with an enormous mouth.Final Fantasy Tactics description
Bite (かみつく, Kamitsuku? or かみつき, Kamitsuki?) is a recurring enemy ability in the series, mainly being a physical attack that delivers a variety of damage to the target, and in some instances, can inflict status effects. For instance, Bite used by a snake-like enemy will more than likely inflict the Poison status.
While not being named, Bite first debuted as the physical attack for several enemies, namely the Snake, Chimera, Sabretooth, and Wolf enemies. When used by Snake enemies, the attack had a chance of inflicting Poison, though the chance is low.
Bite is an enemy ability used by Crawler, Midgar Zolom, Unknown, Guard Hound, Blood Taste, Jayjujayme, Crysales, Dark Nation, and King Behemoth. It inflicts non-elemental damage to one party member. In the case of Blood Taste, it may attack twice in a row with this move, and with Guard Hound, it will always target the party member with the lowest HP.
Bite inflicts non-elemental physical damage to one party member, and may be used as a counter to physical attacks by the Chimera. The stronger version, BiteBite, is used by the Propagator enemies, while the T-Rexaur has access to the very powerful Bite Hard attack, which it uses as a counter to magic attacks.
Bite is only used by the Yeti enemy, and inflicts minor non-elemental damage.
Bite is used by Wyvern and inflicts heavy physical damage to a single target.
Bite inflicts non-elemental damage and is used exclusively by the Bomb.
Bite is an ability that has 20 uses and has an attack power of 4 which damages one enemy, the damage formula is base on Strength. It is used by Lizard, Snake, Wolf, P-Frog, Worm, Jaguar, AtomCrab, Hornet, Serpent, Mosquito, Beetle, Harpy, P-Worm, Ogre, Atom Ant, Crawler, Gunfish, Thorn, Ammonite, Behemoth, Dinosaur, Cicada, BlackCat, Elec Eel, KingCrab, Squid, SandWorm, Scarab, Dagon, Jorgandr, Kraken, Basilisk, GigaWorm, Leviathn, Sei-Ryu, and Sei-Ryu2.
Bite is the enemy ability that is used by the Silver Lobo during battle.