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Each party member has a Limit meter that fills as they take damage. When the bar is full, the character can unleash a special attack. Most characters have seven Limit Breaks spread over four levels of strength. Characters start with one Limit Break and learn the next five by killing enemies or performing lesser Limit Breaks, but their seventh and ultimate Limit Break is learned after acquiring the other six via a manual hidden somewhere in the game.
 
Each party member has a Limit meter that fills as they take damage. When the bar is full, the character can unleash a special attack. Most characters have seven Limit Breaks spread over four levels of strength. Characters start with one Limit Break and learn the next five by killing enemies or performing lesser Limit Breaks, but their seventh and ultimate Limit Break is learned after acquiring the other six via a manual hidden somewhere in the game.
   
The exact effect of Limit Breaks vary. Most do damage, but others cast supportive and healing spells on the party. Each character's set of Limit Breaks has a specific "gimmick." E.g. [[Cid (Final Fantasy VII party member)|Cid]] uses [[Jump (ability)|Jump]] attacks, while [[Aeris (Final Fantasy VII party member)|Aeris]] heals and defends the party. For most characters, the player simply selects the attack from a command list once the Limit bar is filled, but [[Tifa (Final Fantasy VII party member)|Tifa]] and [[Cait Sith (Final Fantasy VII party member)|Cait Sith]] need the player to perform [[Slots (ability type)|Slots]] input sequence to determine the outcome for the Limit Break. Characters are unable to use the Attack command once their Limit gauge is filled up, as the Limit command replaces the Attack command.
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The exact effect of Limit Breaks vary. Most do damage, but others cast supportive and healing spells on the party. Each character's set of Limit Breaks has a specific "gimmick." E.g. [[Cid Highwind/Gameplay|Cid]] uses [[Jump (ability)|Jump]] attacks, while [[Aeris (Final Fantasy VII party member)|Aeris]] heals and defends the party. For most characters, the player simply selects the attack from a command list once the Limit bar is filled, but [[Tifa (Final Fantasy VII party member)|Tifa]] and [[Cait Sith (Final Fantasy VII party member)|Cait Sith]] need the player to perform [[Slots (ability type)|Slots]] input sequence to determine the outcome for the Limit Break. Characters are unable to use the Attack command once their Limit gauge is filled up, as the Limit command replaces the Attack command.
   
 
====''[[Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children]]''====
 
====''[[Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children]]''====

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