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- 1 Appearances
- 1.1 Final Fantasy X
- 1.2 Final Fantasy Tactics S
- 1.3 Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)
- 1.4 Pictlogica Final Fantasy
- 1.5 Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade
- 1.6 Final Fantasy Artniks
- 1.7 Final Fantasy All the Bravest
- 1.8 Final Fantasy Record Keeper
- 1.9 Final Fantasy Brave Exvius
- 1.10 Mobius Final Fantasy
- 1.11 Final Fantasy Trading Card Game
- 2 Gallery
- 3 Etymology
Energy Rain is an Overdrive, a part of the Swordplay skillset of Tidus. Tidus runs and jumps off an enemy into the air, then charges his weapon with energy and swings it to blast all enemies. Underwater, Tidus just unleashes the beams of energy. Tidus learns this Overdrive after executing 30 Overdrives (cumulative).
Energy Rain was Tidus's Special Ability.
Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)
Energy Rain is Tidus's HP attack with two variations: ground and aerial. The aerial version is available at default and costs 40 CP to equip. Mastering the ability for 180 AP reduces the equip cost to 20 CP. It is a melee high, physical attack where Tidus delivers a diving kick, then jumps away and sends a barrage of exploding energy orbs at the opponent. Its unchanged ground version is automatically when Tidus achieves level 38.
Energy Rain is Tidus's HP attack with aerial and ground variations. Aerial version is available from the beginning, and costs 30 CP to equip. Its mastery cost is 130 AP and the mastered ability CP cost is 15. It is a melee high attack of physical damage type, and is classified as magic damage. The ground version is learned once Tidus reaches level 19.
Tidus appears as a Legend using Energy Rain as his ability.
Energy Rain is used by Tidus during battle.
Energy Rain is an Overstrike Soul Break that Tidus can master by equipping the 6-star weapon Apocalypse. It deals massive water and non-elemental damage to one target and can break the damage cap. Mastery grants +10 ATK to Tidus.
Rain is liquid water in the form of droplets that have condensed from atmospheric water vapor and then precipitated—that is, become heavy enough to fall under gravity.