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Grosspanzer∙Mobile is an enemy from Final Fantasy VII. Attached to its top and sides are smaller enemies that allow it to use special attacks.

StatsEdit

FormationsEdit

# Formation
836 Grosspanzer▪Big, Grosspanzer▪Small A, Grosspanzer▪Small B, Grosspanzer▪Mobile
837 Grosspanzer▪Big, Grosspanzer▪Small A, Grosspanzer▪Small B, Grosspanzer▪Mobile
838 Grosspanzer▪Big, Grosspanzer▪Small A, Grosspanzer▪Small B, Grosspanzer▪Mobile
839 Grosspanzer▪Big, Grosspanzer▪Small A, Grosspanzer▪Small B, Grosspanzer▪Mobile

LocationsEdit

Sector 8 (Raid on Midgar event)
Fountain 836, 837, 838, 839

BattleEdit

If Grosspanzer∙Mobile dies, all the parts die with it. It uses Napalm Bomb if its Big part is alive. It uses Normal Shell if at least a Small part is alive, and this attack has two versions. Its Bodyblow attack is used if either only his Mobile part is alive or all Grosspanzer parts are alive. Finally, its Deadly Wheel attack may be used twice in one turn, and is also only used if all Grosspanzer parts are alive, or either its Big part or both Small parts have been destroyed.

Its attacks are powerful, dealing upwards to 1,000–2,000 damage.

Grosspanzers are ideal for level grinding because they give plenty EXP, AP, and items if one defeats all of its parts, and the area it appears in—the ground below the ladder leading to the Sister Ray—only contains Grosspanzers.

StrategyEdit

The simplest way of defeating this powerful enemy is to use the Enemy Skill Magic Breath once or twice to destroy not only this enemy, but all of the other parts attached to it. Other good abilities to use are Trine, Bolt2, Bolt3, 2x-Cut, or 4x-Cut. If the player cannot defeat it fast enough, they can cast Big Guard to soften its attacks.

AI scriptEdit

AI: Main {

If (BattleVar:PanzerPartsDead == 0) Then
{
Choose All Opponents
If (Count == 0 or 1 or 2) Then
{
Use <Normal Shell> (High Power Version) on Target
Count = Count + 1
} Else If (Count == 3) Then {
Use <Napalm Bomb> on Target
Count = Count + 1
} Else If (Count == 4 or 5) Then {
Use <Normal Shell> (High Power Version) on Target
Count = Count + 1
} Else If (Count == 6) Then {
Use <Napalm Bomb> on Target
Count = Count + 1
} Else If (Count == 7) Then {
Use <Deadly Wheel> on Target
Count = Count + 1
} Else {
Use <Bodyblow> on Target
Count = 0
}
} Else If (BattleVar:PanzerPartsDead == 1) Then {
Choose All Opponents
If (Count == 0 or 1 or 2) Then
{
Use <Normal Shell> (High Power Version) on Target
Count = Count + 1
} Else {
Use <Deadly Wheel> on Target
Count = 0
}
} Else If (BattleVar:PanzerPartsDead == 2) Then {
Choose All Opponents
If (Count == 0 or 1 or 2) Then
{
Use <Normal Shell> (Low Power Version) on Target
Count = Count + 1
} Else {
Use <Napalm Bomb> on Target
Count = 0
}
} Else If (BattleVar:PanzerPartsDead == 3) Then {
Choose All Opponents
If (Count == 0 or 1 or 2) Then
{
Use <Normal Shell> (Low Power Version) on Target
Count = Count + 1
} Else {
Use <Deadly Wheel> on Target
Count = 0
}
} Else If (BattleVar:PanzerPartsDead == 4) Then {
Choose All Opponents
If (Count == 0) Then
{
Count = Count + 1
} Else If (Count == 1) Then {
Use <Deadly Wheel> on Target
Count = Count + 1
} Else If (Count == 2) Then {
Count = Count + 1
} Else {
Use <Napalm Bomb> on Target
Count = 0
}
} Else {
Choose All Opponents
If (Count == 0) Then
{
Use <Deadly Wheel> on Target
Use <Deadly Wheel> on Target
Count = Count + 1
} Else If (Count == 1) Then {
Use <Deadly Wheel> on Target
Count = Count + 1
} Else If (Count == 2) Then {
Count = Count + 1
} Else {
Use <Bodyblow> on Target
Count = 0
}
}

} AI: Counter - Death {

Choose Self
Use <Vanish> on Target
Remove Grosspanzer*Big
Remove Grosspanzer*Small A
Remove Grosspanzer*Small B

}

EtymologyEdit

Panzer means "armor" in German. It is also the German abbreviation for "tank."

The dot (・) is an interpunct used in Japanese to indicate that a full proper noun is two separate words.

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