Heavenly Wrath artwork from Final Fantasy IV.

Statue with the same effect as Thundara

Final Fantasy IV description

Heavenly Wrath (神々の怒り, Kamigami no Ikari?), also known as Pantheon's Wrath, is a recurring, single-use item that is frequently used to deal Lightning damage to one or more targets, equivalent to a Thundaga spell. It is generally the upgrade to the Zeus's Wrath.

Appearances

Final Fantasy III

Heavenly Wrath
Effect Casts Thundaga.
Find Lake Dohr, Bahamut's Lair
Steal Roper, Black Flan, Magician, Dread Knight, Kyklops, Abaia, Haokah, Oceanus, Acheron, Thor
Drop Knocker, Red Cap, Roper, Black Flan, Magician, Dread Knight, Kyklops, Abaia, Sleipnir, Haokah, Oceanus, Acheron, Thor

Final Fantasy IV

Heavenly Wrath
Effect Deals Lightning-elemental damage to a target. Same effects as Bolt2.
Find Fabul, Baron, Underground Waterway, Tomra
Steal Thunder Dragon (2D and 3D), Clockwork Dragon (2D and 3D)
Drop Storm Anima (2D and 3D), Thunder Dragon (2D and 3D), Lesser Marilith (2D and 3D), Clockwork Soldier (2D and 3D), Beam Cannon (2D and 3D), Clockwork Dragon (2D and 3D), Gold Dragon (2D and 3D)

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-

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Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Heavenly Wrath deals a Thundara attack to a target. It is found in Ceodore's Tale in Baron Castle East Tower 1F. In Kain's Tale it is found in Baron Castle, Mist, and Underground Waterway B2, and is a possible final treasure in Challenge Dungeon. In Yang's Tale Heavenly Wrath is a possible treasure in Challenge Dungeon. In Palom's Tale it is found in Troia Castle Waterway.

In Edge's Tale it is found in Dwarven Mine Path (Zangetsu's Mission), in Edward's Tale in Underground Waterway B3. It is found for sale for 500 gil in Challenge Dungeon Merchant's Square 2F. In the Lunarians' Tale it is again a possible treasure in Challenge Dungeon 2 and in The Crystals Chapter it is found in Mythril.

Heavenly Wrath is dropped by Beam Cannon, Clockwork Dragon, Clockwork Soldier, Gold Dragon, Lesser Marilith, Proto Beam Cannon, Proto Clockwork, Storm Anima, and Thunder Dragon, and stolen from Clockwork Dragon and Thunder Dragon.

Bravely Default

A metal sphere of roaring thunder that is said to contain the wrath of countless gods from the Age of Myths.

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Pantheon's Wrath deals major lightning damage to all enemies (or allies). It can be bought from the Adventurer (Norende Village Combat Item Shop Lv. 8) for 2000 pg. It can be found in Eternian Central Command and stolen from Automaton.

Its effect can be used by compounding Fulmen Shard x2.

Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade

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Final Fantasy Brave Exvius

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Etymology

Divine retribution is a general term for "God's wrath", "wrath of God", and "divine wrath". Divine retribution is a supernatural punishment of a person, a group of people, or all humanity by a deity in response to some human action. Many cultures have a story about how a deity exacted punishment on previous inhabitants of their land, causing their doom.

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