Traps enemies in a violent, damaging stream of water.
Flood (フラッド, Furaddo?) is an offensive spell that does Water-elemental damage. It typically targets all enemies, and is usually the replacement for the spell Water in the games that it does not appear in.
Flood is an Attack spell taught by Leviathan in the Advance version. It costs 60 MP, has a power of 100, is also an unblockable Water-elemental attack which hits all enemies. It is notably the only Water-elemental spell, besides Strago's two Lores, Leviathan's Tsunami, and Bismarck's summon spell Breach Blast. This spell is critically useful when the player fights the Gold Dragon in the Dragons' Den as it bypasses its inherent Runic.
Final Fantasy XI SpellFlood
|Effect||Deals massive Water damage to an enemy, and lowers its Lightning resistance.|
|Casting Time||12 seconds|
|Recast Time||60 seconds|
|Magic Type||Elemental Magic|
|Jobs||BLM 58, Water Spirit 58|
Flood is an Ancient Magic spells that deals Water damage to an enemy, and lowers its Lightning resistance. The scroll can be obtained from Sapphire Quadav, certain Tonberry Notorious Monsters, and some Imperial Standing Notorious Monsters, or bought from the Auction House if a player is selling it. Summoners' Water Spirit gains this spell at level 58 automatically.
In the Legacy version, Flood was a Rank 44 spell for Conjurers.
Flood is one of Terra's HP attacks. As a Mime, Bartz is also able to use the attack which functions identically to Terra's version. Their versions of Flood summon three bursts of water from under the opponent. Terra is able to use Flood initially, and her version costs 40 CP to equip and 180 AP to master. Bartz learns Flood at Level 19 and can equip it for 45 CP, mastering it with 180 AP.
Shantotto's Spirit Magic: Water casts Flood when she has 6,000 or more Bravery. It summons a large torrent of water surrounding the opponent.
Terra retains her Flood spell. Shantotto's Spirit Magic: Water casts Flood with 4,000+ Bravery.
flood is an overflow of water that submerges land which is usually dry.A