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Blizzard II (ブリザドII, Burizado II?) is a recurring spell in the series appearing only in the online installments of the series. It is an upgraded version of the Blizzard spell.

Appearances Edit

Final Fantasy XI Edit

Blizzard II
MP 31
Effect Deals ice damage to an enemy.
Duration Instant
Casting Time 1.5 seconds
Recast Time 6 seconds
Magic Type Elemental Magic
Element Ice
Jobs BLM 42, SCH 46, GEO 50, RDM 55, DRK 66

Blizzard II is a tier 2 elemental spell that deals ice-based elemental damage to a single target. It can be bought from vendors in Selbina and Windurst Waters for 25,515 gil or less, depending on fame.

Blizzard II is also an Avatar ability for Shiva at level 10. It is an Ice-based elemental spell. It costs 24 MP to cast.

Legacy Final Fantasy XIV Edit

FFXIVL Blizzard II Icon

At the initial release, Blizzard II was a spell learned by Conjurers at rank 24. The ability inflicted ice-elemental damage to all enemies within an area of effect. The spell cost 3 action points to set and cost 20 MP to use.

When Patch 1.20 was released, Conjurers lost the ability to use the spell and Blizzard II was removed. The spell was replaced with Blizzara and was given to Thaumaturges.

Despite sharing the name in the English localization of the relaunch of Final Fantasy XIV, the abilities known as Blizzard II in the title are in fact the recurring Blizzara spell in Japanese.

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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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