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Fire IV is an Elemental Black Magic spell from Final Fantasy XI. It is the fourth tier of the single target Fire spells.

The Ifrit Avatar also has a version usable as a Blood Pact Rage ability for Summoners.

Despite sharing the name in the English localization of Final Fantasy XIV, the abilities known as Fire IV in the title are in fact the recurring Firaja spell in Japanese.

Obtained[]

Scrolls of Fire IV can be found as loot on certain high-level Demon and Hecteyes black mages, as well as from certain battlefields requiring Imperial Standing to enter.

Fire IV is available to Black Mages, Geomancers, and Red Mages.

Use[]

Fire IV is a tier IV Black Magic spell that deals Fire-based elemental damage to a single target. Scholars are also able to use this spell while under the effects of Addendum: Black or Enlightenment. It generally is used as the main damage output on enemies weak to fire damage and then followed by weaving Fire III into the damage rotation during recast periods. Its damage output can be increased when used in conjunction with the Black Mage's Freeze spell or the Red Mage's Enblizzard II enhanced physical attacks, which lower the enemy's resistance to fire-elemental damage.

It is also an avatar ability used by Ifrit learned at level 60. It deals Fire-based magic damage to a single target for 118 MP.

Other appearances[]

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Etymology[]

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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