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FFXII Firaja Belias

Firaja in Final Fantasy XII.

Firaja (ファイジャ, Faija?), also known as Fire 4 and Fire IV, is a recurring tier four Fire-elemental spell which deals massive damage.

Appearances Edit

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- Edit

Firaja is a powerful enemy magic attack that deals Fire damage. It can be use by Destroyer and Detonator.

Final Fantasy XI Edit

Firaja
MP 358
Effect Deals Fire 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 Fire
Jobs BLM 90

Firaja is an Area of Effect spell exclusive to high-level Black Mages (level 90). It deals Fire damage, and successive use enhances spell potency. Scrolls of Firaja can be purchased from a merchant in Shadowreign era Windurst Waters, or found in Sturdy Pyxides in Abyssea.

Final Fantasy XII Edit

Firaja is a spell used exclusively by Belias during his boss battle. It causes Fire damage and Oil status to the whole party. Its animation is similar to the Concurrence Inferno.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings Edit

Firaja is a spell usable by the Esper Belias as well as the enemy King Bomb. It causes heavy Fire damage to all enemies in the area of the spell.

Final Fantasy XIV Edit

Fire IV (Firaja in the Japanese version) is a Black Mage ability available after completing the level 60 job quest. The ability deals fire-elemental damage to a single enemy with a potency of 300. However unlike other Fire spells, Fire IV can only be used when the player is under the effect of Enochian ability learned at level 56 and will need to have the effect of Astral Fire. It does not refresh Astral Fire. Currently, it is the mainline damaging ability for endgame Black Mage rotations.

Final Fantasy Tactics Edit

Black magick that envelops targets in ferocious flames.
—Description
Smoldering flames far below, punish the wicked! Fire4!
—Upon casting (PlayStation)

Firaja (previously known as Fire4) is a spell that can be learned by the Black Mage job class. It costs 850 Job Points to learn (900 in the PSP version), and requires 48 MP to cast. It has a speed of 10. It causes a massive amount of Fire damage in an area with an effect of three horizontal and vertical reach of three. Firaja will not damage its caster.

Firaja 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

Firaja deals massive fire damage and burns nearby enemies. It can only be cast by piling four Fire magicite.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time Edit

Firaja deals massive fire damage and burns nearby enemies. It is cast by stacking four Fire target rings.

Bravely Default Edit

Firaja is a Genome ability that deals tremendous Fire damage to all enemies. It is learned from Belphegor and Beelzebub It costs 99 MP to use.

Bravely Second: End Layer Edit

Firaja is a level 1 Diabolism for the Yōkai. It allows the user to unleash a fire-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 Belphegor southeast of Caldisla.

Final Fantasy Dimensions II Edit

Firaja is a summon attack available for Jornee, Parai, and the Deathlord. Jornee can use Firaja when equipped with the Firaga-type version of the Ifrit signet, Parai can use it when equipped with the Bastardo signet, and Deathlord can use the attack when equipped with his version of the Rubicante signet. The attack deals heavy fire-elemental damage to all enemies. It costs 3 summon gauges to perform.

In the original free-to-play versions, Firaja was the summon ability of the Mom Bomb, Ifrit, and Rubicante god-tier signets. 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

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

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Final Fantasy Explorers Edit

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Final Fantasy Brave Exvius Edit

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Mobius Final Fantasy Edit

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World of Final Fantasy Edit

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

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

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Etymology Edit

Fire is the rapid oxidation of a material in the exothermic chemical process of combustion, releasing heat, light, and various reaction products.

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