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Bomb is a common enemy in Final Fantasy XV fought at night and be spawned by Grenades.

BestiaryEdit

Flame-engulfed daemon easily seen from afar in the dark of night. Its pyrolytic biology feeds off heat, negating any adverse effects from fire. However, its volatility also poses a danger to itself, as emotional instability can trigger a chemical reaction resulting in combustion.
Size: 3.11 ft. Weight: 504.4 lb.

StatsEdit

BattleEdit

Bomb uses Fire-elemental magic attacks capable of inflicting Burnt status. They are weak to Ice. They can self-destruct, damaging all nearby characters; they grow when not being attacked, and explode at their peak. If summoned by a Grenade, it dies when the Grenade that summoned it is defeated.

StrategyEdit

The player can fend against bomb-type enemies' attacks with Spirit-boosting gear and elemental defenses. The Thermal Suit makes the party immune to fire, and there are also foods the party can eat to nullify elemental damage. The player should try to kill them before they explode. Swords and daggers work well, especially daggers since they attack fast, and Ignis has a Technique that imbues Noctis's weapon with the element his foe is weak against. With character swap, Ignis himself can also wield Ice-elemental daggers. Blizzard magic can be used to damage whole groups of bombs at once.

Other appearancesEdit

A King's Tale: Final Fantasy XVEdit

A King's Tale FFXV Bomb

Bombs will slowly approach Regis and begin their self-destruction sequence when they are close to him. Their detonation can be interrupted with any attack. Regis can also use his Shield Bash (Circle/B) to shove a Bomb into the closest enemy and deal significant damage.

EtymologyEdit

A bomb is an explosive weapon that uses the exothermic reaction of an explosive material to provide an extremely sudden and violent release of energy.


TriviaEdit

Bomber Bomb
  • Bomber: Bomb fishing lure is fashioned after this enemy.
  • The official guide erroneously lists bomb-type enemies as dropping elemental protection accessories rather than car paint pigment materials.


Related enemiesEdit

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