- 1 Appearances
- 1.1 Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-
- 1.2 Final Fantasy XIV
- 1.3 Final Fantasy XV
- 1.4 Final Fantasy Type-0
- 1.5 Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles
- 1.6 Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia
- 1.7 Pictlogica Final Fantasy
- 2 Etymology
Ice Bomb is a variety of Bomb that comes out at night. It is a daemon fought commonly at night in Cleigne and is hunted in Cool Callatein Mist hunt. It is weak to Fire and also takes increased damage from one-handed swords, daggers and Holy. They can also be spawned by Cryonades. They deal ice damage and appear in groups.
Ice Bomb is an enemy fought at Mine of Cathuriges, Veo Lu Sluice, and Conall Curach. They are capable of summoning meteors on the player, and use all manners of Blizzard spells. In addition, when depleted of HP, it will explode in a blizzard to damage surrounding players.
Ice Bomb is an enemy fought at Valley of Heroes, Mount Vaal, and Rela Cyel. It is capable of inflicting Freeze either through its Freeze Blast attack or through Blizzara. In addition, it can use Self-Destruct to severely damage players, even more dangerous when the player is under Freeze and can also inflict Freeze if it connects, making it extremely deadly if other enemies are around.
Ice Bomb is an enemy fought at Ice Mountain. It can inflict Freeze easily with its Freeze Breath or Blizzard spell, and will also attack with a headbutt. As in the previous games, it will use Self-Destruct to damage unsuspecting players and inflict Freeze to them.
A variant Bomb, Ice Bombs appear in snowbound battlegrounds, never appearing alongside regular Bombs. These enemies have the ability to lower the party's resistance to ice with their freezing breath, and can use various ice spells to target BRV. Like the regular Bomb, they can grow spontaneously and follow up with an explosion if not broken within a few turns; BRV Break will shrink an Ice Bomb to its initial size.
bomb is an explosive weapon that uses the exothermic reaction of an explosive material to provide an extremely sudden and violent release of energy.A