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A geomancy skill that inflicts damage with the power of snow.
Final Fantasy Tactics description
Snowstorm (吹雪, Fubuki?), also called Blizzard (not to be confused by the spell of the same name), Storm or Icestorm, is a recurring ability in the Final Fantasy series. It is usually a multi-target attack that deals Ice damage.
- 1 Appearances
- 1.1 Final Fantasy
- 1.2 Final Fantasy II
- 1.3 Final Fantasy III
- 1.4 Final Fantasy IV
- 1.5 Final Fantasy V
- 1.6 Final Fantasy VI
- 1.7 Final Fantasy VII
- 1.8 Final Fantasy IX
- 1.9 Final Fantasy Tactics
- 1.10 Final Fantasy Mystic Quest
- 1.11 Final Fantasy Adventure
- 1.12 Pictlogica Final Fantasy
- 1.13 Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade
- 1.14 Final Fantasy Record Keeper
- 1.15 Final Fantasy Explorers
- 1.16 Final Fantasy Brave Exvius
- 1.17 World of Final Fantasy
- 2 Gallery
- 3 Etymology
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Icestorm (originally called Blizzard) is used by the White Dragon, Tiamat and by Shinryu in the GBA/PSP/iOS versions. It inflicts moderate to major Ice-elemental damage to the party. Another version originally called Icestorm in the PlayStation and Game Boy Advance versions exists known as Frost.
Icestorm XVI (originally called Snowstorm) inflicts major Ice-elemental damage to the party, and is used by the enemies Ice Lizard, Tiamat, and White Dragon. Phrekyos can also use it if 9 or more of the story Key Terms.
Snowstorm inflicts minor Ice-elemental damage to the party. It is used by Unei and Ahriman. In the remake version, the Geomancer's Terrain can use Ice Storm to deal Ice and Water-elemental damage to all enemies.
There is a 50% chance of it being used in Ur, and 48% chance of it being used in forest and land on the world map, Dragon's Peak, Castle Sasune, Bahamut's boss fight, Crystal Tower, Dragon Spire, Castle Hein, Goldor Manor, Tower of Owen (except Floor 1), and sky terrain.
Snowstorm (originally called Icestorm) is an enemy ability used by several enemies, including Bahamut, Shinryu, and Twintania. It inflicts major Ice-elemental damage to the party. The player may utilize this ability by catching and releasing an Enchanted Fan, Frost Bull, Achelon, or Blue Dragon.
Snowstorm (originally called Storm) is an ability that can randomly be used by equipping Umaro with the Blizzard Orb on all enemies. Its Spell Power is 100, and it cannot be dodged. Gau can perform Umaro's version of Snowstorm with the Black Dragon and Kamui Rage. The enemy version of Snowstorm is much weaker, and Gau's Rages of the mammoth type all have Snowstorm. The enemy's Snowstorm has a Spell Power of 25 with a Hit Rate is 140, and it cost 20 MP for the enemy to use.
Snowstorm is an enemy ability that is programmed to be used by Lessaloploth, but is never used in-game.
Snowstorm is an enemy ability used only by Ash, and inflicts major Ice-elemental damage to the entire party.
Snowstorm is an ability that can be learned through the Geomancer job. A Geomancer standing on either the Snow or Ice terrain tile will use Snowstorm to deals Ice-elemental damage with a chance of inflicting Silence to any enemy units within five squares. It costs 150 AP to master.
Channel naval forces to deal damage and increase your mobility if you land the hit.
Ice Storm is an active, ice-elemental magic ability that inflicts magical ice damage on all targets for 5 AP. It can be used by Bablizz, Cerberus, Fenrir, Quachacho, Shiva★, Shivalry★, and Sky Dragon.
It is also an enemy ability used by White Nakk and Tiamat.
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Etymology[edit | edit source]
Snowstorms are a type of winter storm where large amounts of snow fall.
ice storm is a type of winter storm characterized by freezing rain, also known as a glaze event or, in some parts of the United States, as a silver thaw. The U.S. National Weather Service defines an ice storm as a storm which results in the accumulation of at least 0.25-inch (6.4 mm) of ice on exposed surfaces.An
blizzard is a severe snowstorm caused by strong sustained winds of at least 56 km/h (35 mph) and lasting for a prolonged period of time – typically three hours or more.A