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Haymaker as seen in Final Fantasy X-2.

Haymaker (つきあげる, Tsukiageru?), also known as Hay Maker, is a recurring ability in the Final Fantasy series. In all of its appearances prior to Final Fantasy XIV, it has only appeared as an enemy ability ability. It is a non-elemental, powerful, physical attack usually used by larger-sized enemies.

Appearances

Final Fantasy VI

Haymaker (originally called Hay Maker) is an enemy ability that can only used by the Great Behemoth. It is a powerful physical attack.

Final Fantasy X

Haymaker is an enemy ability used by Defender, Defender X, and Defender Z. Haymaker is a powerful physical attack.

Final Fantasy X-2

Haymaker is an enemy ability used by YSLS-99 and YSLS-Zero. It hits twice for moderate damage.

Final Fantasy XI

Haymaker appears as an enemy ability that hits enemies close in front with an additional Amnesia effect. It is used by Gurfurlur the Menacing.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

Haymaker is enemy ability that is used by Minotaur. It deals melee damage to one target.

Final Fantasy XIV

Delivers a melee attack. Can only be used immediately after evading an attack. Chance to inflict Stun.

Description

Haymaker was a physical attack usable by the Pugilist class unlocked at level 10. It was usable immediately after evading an attack. It damaged opponent with a potency of 170 and inflicts Slow +20% for 12 seconds. As of the release of Stormblood, Haymaker was removed from the Pugilist's abilities.

In the Forbidden Land Eureka, the action re-emerged as Haymaker L. It shares the original properties of Haymaker, but is only usable inside of Eureka.

Final Fantasy Record Keeper

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Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

Haymaker is an ability used by Tidus.

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Gallery

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Etymology

Haymaker comes from the sport of boxing, it's a type of punch, a wild swing with all of a person's might to knock out the opponent.

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