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Blizzaja in Final Fantasy Tactics.

Blizzaja (ブリザジャ, Burizaja?), also known as Ice 4 and Blizzard IV, is a recurring level four Ice-elemental spell which deals massive damage.

Appearances Edit

Final Fantasy XI Edit

Blizzaja
MP 378
Effect Deals Ice damage to enemies within area of effect. Successive use enhances spell potency.
Duration Instant
Casting Time 7 seconds
Recast Time 45 seconds
Magic Type Elemental Magic
Element Ice
Jobs BLM 93

Blizzaja is an Elemental Magic spell exclusive to Black Mages. It can be obtained from Sturdy Pyxides in Abyssea as well as reward chests in Walk of Echoes and Voidwatch.

Final Fantasy XII Edit

Blizzaja is a spell exclusive to the Esper Mateus. It causes heavy Ice damage and may inflict Sap. Blizzaja's spell animation is the same as the Quickening Concurrence Whiteout.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings Edit

Blizzaja is exclusive to the Esper Mateus. It causes heavy Ice damage to all enemies in an area.

Final Fantasy XIV Edit

FFXIV Blizzard IV Icon

Blizzard IV (Blizzaja in Japanese) appears as a Black Mage spell available after completing the level 58 job quest. The spell deals ice-elemental damage to a single enemy with a potency of 280. However unlike other Blizzard spells, Blizzard IV can only be used when the player is under the effect of the Enochian ability learned at level 56 and will need to have a stack of Umbral Ice. Using Blizzard IV also generates Umbral Hearts, which reduce the MP cost needed for Fire spells when cast, and, past level 68, reduce the cost of casting Flare.

Final Fantasy Tactics Edit

Black magick that conjures forth bone-chilling icicles.
—Description
Effortless water, break your silence, attack! Ice4!
—Upon casting (PlayStation)

Blizzaja is an ability learned by the Black Mage. It costs 900 JP to learn (850 on the PS), and requires 48 MP to cast. It has a speed of 10. It causes a massive amount of Ice damage in an area with an effect of three horizontal and vertical reach of three. Unlike lesser Blizzard spells, it will not damage its caster.

Blizzaja has a 30% chance of being learned by a Black Mage who hasn't learned the spell yet and is damaged but not KO'd by the spell, or absorbed and heals at least 1 HP. Nullifying the damage does not count.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates Edit

Blizzaja deals massive ice damage and freezes enemies. It can only be cast by piling four Blizzard magicite.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time Edit

Blizzaja deals massive ice damage and freezes enemies. It is cast by stacking four Blizzard target rings.

Bravely Default Edit

Blizzaja is a Genome ability that deals tremendous water damage to all enemies. It can be learned from Mammon and Belphegor. It costs 99 MP to use.

Bravely Second: End Layer Edit

Blizzaja is a level 1 Diabolism for the Yōkai. It allows the user to unleash a water-based magic attack to deal a tremendous amount of damage to all enemies. This spell cannot be reflected. It cost 99 MP to use. It is obtained after defeating Mammon near Florem.

Final Fantasy Dimensions II Edit

Blizzaja is a summon attack available only for Jornee and the Deathlord. Jornee can use the ability when she is equipped with the Shiva or the Spirale signets. The Deathlord can only use the attack when equipped with the Cagnazzo signet. Shiva and Cagnazzo's versions of Blizzaja deal moderate water-elemental damage to all enemies and cost 1 bar from the Summon Gauge to perform. Spirale's version of Blizzaja deals heavy water-elemental damage to all enemies and costs 3 bars from the Summon Gauge to perform.

In the original free-to-play versions, Blizzaja was the summon ability of the Cagnazzo, Medusa, Palom, and Shiva god-tier summons. The ability functioned the same as the premium release, however it was significantly weaker in potency.

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera OmniaEdit

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Final Fantasy Record Keeper Edit

Blizzaja is a 4★ Black Magic spell. It deals massive ice magic damage to one target, it can initially be used two times and honed to Rank 5. It can be created by using Greater Black Orb x5, Greater Ice Orb x8, and 10000 gil.

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Mobius Final Fantasy Edit

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World of Final Fantasy Edit

Blizzaja is a tier four ice spell. It can be unlocked by having 2 members in a stack with tier three ice spells.

It is also used by Exnine Bahamut in his second battle and Enna Kros.

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EtymologyEdit

A blizzard is a severe snowstorm caused by strong sustained winds of at least 56 km/h (35 mph) and lasting for a prolonged period of time – typically three hours or more.

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