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'''Geo-Frailty''' is a Geomancy spell in ''[[Final Fantasy XI]]''. When cast, a harmful [[Geocolure]] effect reduces the [[Defense (stat)|Defense]] of all hostile creatures for as long as they are within emanation range of the caster's [[luopan]]. In order to learn this spell, the player must visit the [[Geomantic Reservoir]] located in [[Ceizak Battlegrounds]] as a [[Geomancer (Final Fantasy XI)|Geomancer]] after having learned [[Indi-Frailty]].
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'''Geo-Frailty''' is a Geomancy spell in ''[[Final Fantasy XI]]''. When cast, a harmful [[Geocolure]] effect reduces the [[Defense (stat)|Defense]] of all enemies for as long as they are within emanation range of the caster's [[luopan]]. In order to learn this spell, the player must visit the [[Geomantic Reservoir]] located in [[Ceizak Battlegrounds]] as a [[Geomancer (Final Fantasy XI)|Geomancer]] after having learned [[Indi-Frailty]].
   
 
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[[Category:Geomancer abilities in Final Fantasy XI]]

Latest revision as of 01:00, January 7, 2020

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Geo-Frailty
MP 294
Effect Reduces defense for enemies within area of effect.
Duration Varies
Casting Time 2 seconds
Recast Time 12 seconds
Magic Type Geomancy
Element Wind
Jobs GEO 80

Geo-Frailty is a Geomancy spell in Final Fantasy XI. When cast, a harmful Geocolure effect reduces the Defense of all enemies for as long as they are within emanation range of the caster's luopan. In order to learn this spell, the player must visit the Geomantic Reservoir located in Ceizak Battlegrounds as a Geomancer after having learned Indi-Frailty.

EtymologyEdit

Geo- comes from Ancient Greek γῆ (gê, "earth"; combining form γεω- (geō-)).

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