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Gunplay is a general term for the discharge or exchange of gunfire. {{w|Gun fu}}, a portmanteau of ''gun'' and ''kung fu'', is the style of sophisticated close-quarters gunplay seen in Hong Kong action cinema and in Western films influenced by it. It often resembles a martial arts battle played out with firearms instead of traditional weapons. It may also be described by other terms such as bullet ballet, Gun Kata, or gymnastic gunplay.
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Gunplay is a general term for the discharge or exchange of gunfire. [[wikipedia:Gun fu|Gun fu]], a portmanteau of ''gun'' and ''kung fu'', is the style of sophisticated close-quarters gunplay seen in Hong Kong action cinema and in Western films influenced by it. It often resembles a martial arts battle played out with firearms instead of traditional weapons. It may also be described by other terms such as bullet ballet, Gun Kata, or gymnastic gunplay.
   
 
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Use Gunner skills.
—In-Game "Help" Description.

Gunplay (ガンプレイ, Ganpurei?) is the Gunner-exclusive skillset in Final Fantasy X-2. Most Gunplay abilities have various support abilities, which at times may give the player the upper-hand. Gunplay abilities have no charge time and execute on-the-go, but have rather high MP cost in comparison to Gunner's MP growth if the player aims to utilize the dressphere to its full power.

List of Gunplay abilities

Name MP AP Description Prerequisite Image
Potshot
(Power Shot (Name in Japanese: パワーショット (Pawā Shotto?)))
8 20 Inflicts physical damage to target. FFX-2 Potshot
Cheap Shot
(Hard Shot (Name in Japanese: ハードショット (Hādo Shotto?)))
8 30 Inflicts physical damage to target, ignoring Defense. Potshot FFX-2 Cheap Shot
Enchanted Ammo
(Magic Shot (Name in Japanese: マジックショット (Majikku Shotto?)))
8 30 Inflicts non-elemental magic damage to target. FFX-2 Enchanted Ammo
Target MP
(Mental Shot (Name in Japanese: メンタルショット (Mentaru Shotto?)))
8 30 Inflicts physical damage to target's MP. Enchanted Ammo FFX-2 Target MP
Quarter Pounder
(Quarter Shot (Name in Japanese: クォーターショット (Kuōtā Shotto?)))
8 40 Inflicts physical damage to reduce current HP of target by 25%. Target MP FFX-2 Quarter Pounder
On the Level
(Level Shot (Name in Japanese: レベルショット (Reberu Shotto?)))
12 40 Inflicts special type damage, based on user's current level ×16. Target MP FFX-2 On The Level
Burst Shot 12 60 Inflicts physical damage with a guaranteed Critical Hit to target. FFX-2 Burst Shot
Table-turner
(Reverse Shot (Name in Japanese: リバースショット (Ribāsu Shotto?)))
8 60 Inflicts physical damage based on target's Defense; the higher the defense, the greater the damage. Potshot FFX-2 Tableturner
Scattershot
(Multi Shot (Name in Japanese: マルチショット (Maruchi Shotto?)))
8 80 Inflicts physical damage to target party. Burst Shot FFX-2 Scattershot
Scatterburst
(Multi Burst (Name in Japanese: マルチバースト (Maruchi Bāsuto?)))
36 120 Inflicts physical damage with a guaranteed critical hits to target party. Scattershot FFX-2 Scatterburst

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Etymology

Gunplay is a general term for the discharge or exchange of gunfire. Gun fu, a portmanteau of gun and kung fu, is the style of sophisticated close-quarters gunplay seen in Hong Kong action cinema and in Western films influenced by it. It often resembles a martial arts battle played out with firearms instead of traditional weapons. It may also be described by other terms such as bullet ballet, Gun Kata, or gymnastic gunplay.

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