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[[File:FFIVDS Thundaga.png|thumb|right|250px|Thundaga in ''[[Final Fantasy IV]]'' (DS).]]
 
[[File:FFIVDS Thundaga.png|thumb|right|250px|Thundaga in ''[[Final Fantasy IV]]'' (DS).]]
{{Q|A storm comes.|[[Lulu]], ''[[Final Fantasy X]]''}}
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{{Quote|A storm comes.|[[Lulu]], ''[[Final Fantasy X]]''}}
 
'''Thundaga''' {{j|サンダガ|Sandaga}}, also known as '''Bolt 3''', '''Lit 3''', '''Thunder 3''', and '''Thunder III''', is a recurring [[Black Magic]] spell from the [[Final Fantasy series|''Final Fantasy'' series]]. It is generally the most powerful [[Lightning (element)|Lightning]]-elemental spell.
 
'''Thundaga''' {{j|サンダガ|Sandaga}}, also known as '''Bolt 3''', '''Lit 3''', '''Thunder 3''', and '''Thunder III''', is a recurring [[Black Magic]] spell from the [[Final Fantasy series|''Final Fantasy'' series]]. It is generally the most powerful [[Lightning (element)|Lightning]]-elemental spell.
   
{{See Also|Thunder (ability)|Thundara (ability)|Thundaja}}
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{{See|Thunder (ability)|Thundara (ability)|Thundaja}}
   
 
== Appearances ==
 
== Appearances ==
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy]]'' ===
 
[[File:Black Mage - LIT3.gif|right]]
 
[[File:Black Mage - LIT3.gif|right]]
{{Q|Deals lightning damage to all foes.|Description}}
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{{Quote|Deals lightning damage to all foes.|Description}}
 
Thundaga (LIT3 on the [[Nintendo Entertainment System|NES]] and Bolt3 ''[[Final Fantasy Origins]]'') is a level 6 [[Magic (Final Fantasy)#Black Magic|Black Magic]] spell which inflicts major Lightning-elemental damage to all enemies. In the NES and ''Origins'' releases, it inflicts between 60 and 240 Lightning damage, while in subsequent releases, damage dealt depends on the caster's [[Intelligence (stat)|Intelligence]]. Thundaga may be cast by [[Chronodia]], [[Dark Wizard (Final Fantasy)|Dark Wizard]], and [[Chaos (Final Fantasy boss)|Chaos]].
 
Thundaga (LIT3 on the [[Nintendo Entertainment System|NES]] and Bolt3 ''[[Final Fantasy Origins]]'') is a level 6 [[Magic (Final Fantasy)#Black Magic|Black Magic]] spell which inflicts major Lightning-elemental damage to all enemies. In the NES and ''Origins'' releases, it inflicts between 60 and 240 Lightning damage, while in subsequent releases, damage dealt depends on the caster's [[Intelligence (stat)|Intelligence]]. Thundaga may be cast by [[Chronodia]], [[Dark Wizard (Final Fantasy)|Dark Wizard]], and [[Chaos (Final Fantasy boss)|Chaos]].
   
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy IV]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy IV]]'' ===
{{Q|Causes lightning damage.|Description}}
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{{Quote|Causes lightning damage.|Description}}
 
Thundaga (Lit-3 in early versions and Thunder 3 in ''Easy Type'') is a [[Black Magic (Final Fantasy IV)|Black Magic]] spell that inflicts heavy Lightning damage to one or all enemies. It can be learned by [[Fusoya/Gameplay|Fusoya]] (default), [[Tellah/Gameplay|Tellah]] (default), [[Palom/Gameplay|Palom]] ([[level]] 34), and [[Rydia/Gameplay|Rydia]] (level 45 in 2D versions (41 in 3D versions)).
 
Thundaga (Lit-3 in early versions and Thunder 3 in ''Easy Type'') is a [[Black Magic (Final Fantasy IV)|Black Magic]] spell that inflicts heavy Lightning damage to one or all enemies. It can be learned by [[Fusoya/Gameplay|Fusoya]] (default), [[Tellah/Gameplay|Tellah]] (default), [[Palom/Gameplay|Palom]] ([[level]] 34), and [[Rydia/Gameplay|Rydia]] (level 45 in 2D versions (41 in 3D versions)).
   
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy VI]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy VI]]'' ===
{{Q|Attacks with lightning.|Description}}
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{{Quote|Attacks with lightning.|Description}}
 
Thundaga is an [[Magic (Final Fantasy VI command)|Attack spell]] (Bolt3 in older translations) deals heavy Lightning-elemental damage to one or all enemies. This spell can be learned from the [[Esper (Final Fantasy VI)|esper]] [[Valigarmanda]] at a x1 rate, and costs 53 MP to cast. It has a hit rate of 150, power of 120, and is vulnerable to [[Runic]]. Thundaga can also be cast by various enemies, the earliest being by the [[Crane (Final Fantasy VI)|Crane]].
 
Thundaga is an [[Magic (Final Fantasy VI command)|Attack spell]] (Bolt3 in older translations) deals heavy Lightning-elemental damage to one or all enemies. This spell can be learned from the [[Esper (Final Fantasy VI)|esper]] [[Valigarmanda]] at a x1 rate, and costs 53 MP to cast. It has a hit rate of 150, power of 120, and is vulnerable to [[Runic]]. Thundaga can also be cast by various enemies, the earliest being by the [[Crane (Final Fantasy VI)|Crane]].
   
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy VII]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy VII]]'' ===
[[Magic (Final Fantasy VII)#Bolt3|Bolt3]] is the final spell of the [[Magic Materia (Final Fantasy VII)#Lightning|Lightning Materia]], and costs 52 MP to cast. It has a base spell power equal to 4x the base magic damage. If linked with an [[Support Materia (Final Fantasy VII)#All|All]] Materia, its spell animation changes as it will hit all enemies. The spell is also available from the [[Magic Materia (Final Fantasy VII)#Master Magic|Master Magic]] Materia. Only the boss [[Bizarro∙Sephiroth]] and the enemy [[Christopher]] use the spell.
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{{main|Bolt3 (Final Fantasy VII)}}
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Bolt3 is the final spell of the [[Lightning (Final Fantasy VII)|Lightning Materia]], and costs 52 MP to cast. It has a base spell power equal to 4x the base magic damage. If linked with an [[All (Final Fantasy VII)|All]] Materia, its spell animation changes as it will hit all enemies. The spell is also available from the [[Magic Materia (Final Fantasy VII)#Master Magic|Master Magic]] Materia. Only the boss [[Bizarro∙Sephiroth]] and the enemy [[Christopher]] use the spell.
   
 
==== ''[[Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-]]'' ====
 
==== ''[[Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-]]'' ====
 
Thundaga is an Elemental [[Magic Materia (Before Crisis)|Magic Materia]].
 
Thundaga is an Elemental [[Magic Materia (Before Crisis)|Magic Materia]].
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{{Magic section|Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-}}
   
 
==== ''[[Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-]]'' ====
 
==== ''[[Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-]]'' ====
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Thundaga costs 32 MP, Dark Thundaga costs 38 MP, Hell Thundaga costs 52 MP, and Tri-Thundaga costs 64 MP. Thundaga can be bought from [[Shop (Crisis Core)#Research Dept. QMC +|Research Dept. QMC +]] for 10,000 gil and Hell Thundaga can be bought from [[Shop (Crisis Core)#Wutai Secret Shop|Wutai Secret Shop]] for 15,000 gil; the others can be made through [[Materia Fusion]].
 
Thundaga costs 32 MP, Dark Thundaga costs 38 MP, Hell Thundaga costs 52 MP, and Tri-Thundaga costs 64 MP. Thundaga can be bought from [[Shop (Crisis Core)#Research Dept. QMC +|Research Dept. QMC +]] for 10,000 gil and Hell Thundaga can be bought from [[Shop (Crisis Core)#Wutai Secret Shop|Wutai Secret Shop]] for 15,000 gil; the others can be made through [[Materia Fusion]].
   
=== ''[[Final Fantasy VIII]]'' ===
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===''[[Final Fantasy VII Remake]]''===
{{Q|Thunder magic damage/one enemy|Description}}
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{{quote|Deal a large amount of lightning damage. Guaranteed to hit.|Description}}
Thundaga can be [[refine]]d from items and can be [[Draw (Final Fantasy VIII)|drawn]] from enemies when the party's level exceeds 30. Casting Thundaga in battle increases [[Guardian Force#Charge time and compatibility|compatibility]] with [[Quezacotl]] by 2.4, but lowers compatibility with [[Leviathan# (Final Fantasy VIII)|Leviathan]] by 0.8.
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{{Main|Thundaga (VII Remake)}}
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Thundaga is the final ability of the [[Lightning Materia (VII Remake)|Lightning Materia]], costing 22 MP to cast. It deals a large amount of Lightning-elemental damage to one target, and will never miss.
   
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Thundaga can be used by [[Sephiroth (VII Remake boss)|Sephiroth]], [[Unknown Entity]], and [[Whisper Viridi]].
| Name = Thundaga
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| Draw = Level 1-100: [[Ultimecia (Griever form)]]<br/>Level 30-100: [[Adel (boss)|Adel]], [[Base Leader]], [[Belhelmel]], [[Blitz (Final Fantasy VIII)|Blitz]], [[Buel]], [[Caterchipillar (Final Fantasy VIII)|Caterchipillar]], [[Chimera (Final Fantasy VIII)|Chimera]], [[Cockatrice (Final Fantasy VIII)|Cockatrice]], [[Creeps]], [[Elite Soldier]], [[Esthar Soldier]], [[Esthar Soldier (Terminator)]], [[G-Soldier]], [[Gayla (Final Fantasy VIII)|Gayla]], [[Jelleye]], [[Mobile Type 8]], [[Propagator (Final Fantasy VIII)|Propagator]], [[PuPu (Final Fantasy VIII)|PuPu]], [[Raijin (boss)|Raijin]]{{foot|Third encounter}}, [[Raldo (Final Fantasy VIII)|Raldo]], [[Seifer (boss)|Seifer]]{{foot|Second, third and fourth encounters}}, [[Sorceress (Final Fantasy VIII enemy)|Sorceress]], [[Sphinxara]], [[Sphinxaur]], [[T-Rexaur]]
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy VIII]]'' ===
| draw points = [[D-District Prison]] Floor 11 - right cell (hidden, never refills), [[Trabia Garden]], [[Great Salt Lake]]
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{{main|Thundaga (Final Fantasy VIII)}}
| Refine = [[Refine#T Mag-RF|T Mag-RF]]: [[Final Fantasy VIII items#Wizard Stone|Wizard Stone]] x1 = Thundaga x5, [[Final Fantasy VIII items#Dynamo Stone|Dynamo Stone]] x1 = Thundaga x20<br/>[[Refine#High Mag-RF|High Mag-RF]]: Thundara x5 = Thundaga x1
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Thundaga can be [[refine]]d from items and can be [[Draw (Final Fantasy VIII)|drawn]] from enemies when the party's level exceeds 30. Casting Thundaga in battle increases [[Guardian Force#Charge time and compatibility|compatibility]] with [[Quezacotl (Final Fantasy VIII)|Quezacotl]] by 2.4, but lowers compatibility with [[Leviathan (Final Fantasy VIII)|Leviathan]] by 0.8. Additionally, Thundaga can be [[Junction system|junctioned]] to deal and resist against [[Thunder (Final Fantasy VIII element)|Thunder-elemental]] damage.
| HP = +14
 
| Str = +0.30
 
| Vit = +0.16
 
| Mag = +0.30
 
| Spr = +0.16
 
| Spd = +0.14
 
| Eva = +0.04
 
| Hit = +0.20
 
| Luk = +0.14
 
| Elem-Atk = Thunder: +1.0%
 
| Elem-Def = Thunder: +1.5%
 
| ST-Atk = No effect
 
| ST-Def = No effect
 
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy IX]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy IX]]'' ===
{{Q|Causes big-time Thunder damage to single/multiple targets.|Description}}
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{{Quote|Causes big-time Thunder damage to single/multiple targets.|Description}}
 
The [[Final Fantasy IX weapons#Octagon Rod|Octagon Rod]] teaches [[Vivi Ornitier/Gameplay|Vivi]] [[Blk Mag (Final Fantasy IX)#Thundaga|Thundaga]] [[Blk Mag (Final Fantasy IX)|Black Magic]] spell. The shop in [[Esto Gaza]] has the Octagon Rod for sale after [[Zidane Tribal|Zidane]] and company complete the [[Desert Palace]].
 
The [[Final Fantasy IX weapons#Octagon Rod|Octagon Rod]] teaches [[Vivi Ornitier/Gameplay|Vivi]] [[Blk Mag (Final Fantasy IX)#Thundaga|Thundaga]] [[Blk Mag (Final Fantasy IX)|Black Magic]] spell. The shop in [[Esto Gaza]] has the Octagon Rod for sale after [[Zidane Tribal|Zidane]] and company complete the [[Desert Palace]].
   
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==== ''[[Final Fantasy X-2: Last Mission]]'' ====
 
==== ''[[Final Fantasy X-2: Last Mission]]'' ====
 
Thundaga is used by [[Rikku]] in the [[Black Mage (Final Fantasy X-2)|Black Mage]] dressphere. It costs 4 MP to cast. It is the only lightning-elemental attack the player can use. It as a range of three tiles ahead of the character.
 
Thundaga is used by [[Rikku]] in the [[Black Mage (Final Fantasy X-2)|Black Mage]] dressphere. It costs 4 MP to cast. It is the only lightning-elemental attack the player can use. It as a range of three tiles ahead of the character.
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy XI]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy XI]]'' ===
 
Thundaga is a tier 1 elemental spell. It deals area of effect damage, potentially hitting multiple targets. It can be bought from vendors for 17,472 [[gil]] or less depending upon [[fame]].
 
Thundaga is a tier 1 elemental spell. It deals area of effect damage, potentially hitting multiple targets. It can be bought from vendors for 17,472 [[gil]] or less depending upon [[fame]].
   
{{See Also|Thundaga II|Thundaga III}}
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{{See|Thundaga II|Thundaga III}}
   
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy XII]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy XII]]'' ===
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy XIII]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy XIII]]'' ===
 
[[File:THUNDAGA.png|right]]
 
[[File:THUNDAGA.png|right]]
{{Q|Deal lightning damage to targets within a wide radius.|Description}}
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{{Quote|Deal lightning damage to targets within a wide radius.|Description}}
Thundaga is a [[Ravager (Final Fantasy XIII)|Ravager]] ability that deals Lightning damage in a range and launches [[stagger]]ed opponents, as well as interrupts some enemy actions. It costs 3 ATB and has an Attack Power of 2.2. It can be learned by [[Lightning (Final Fantasy XIII)/Gameplay|Lightning]] (stage 9), [[Sazh Katzroy/Gameplay|Sazh]] (stage 8), and [[Hope Estheim/Gameplay|Hope]] (stage 8). It can also be used by [[Odin (Final Fantasy XIII)|Odin]], who can cast it at the cost of 1 ATB segment.
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Thundaga is a [[Ravager (Final Fantasy XIII)|Ravager]] ability that deals Lightning damage in a range and launches [[Stagger (Final Fantasy XIII)|Stagger]]ed opponents, as well as interrupts some enemy actions. It costs 3 ATB and has an Attack Power of 2.2. It can be learned by [[Lightning (Final Fantasy XIII)/Gameplay|Lightning]] (stage 9), [[Sazh Katzroy/Gameplay|Sazh]] (stage 8), and [[Hope Estheim/Gameplay|Hope]] (stage 8). It can also be used by [[Odin (Final Fantasy XIII)|Odin]], who can cast it at the cost of 1 ATB segment.
   
 
It is also an enemy ability used by [[Behemoth King (Final Fantasy XIII)|Behemoth King]], [[Dahaka (boss)|Dahaka]], [[Right Ailette]], and [[Verdelet (Final Fantasy XIII)|Verdelet]].
 
It is also an enemy ability used by [[Behemoth King (Final Fantasy XIII)|Behemoth King]], [[Dahaka (boss)|Dahaka]], [[Right Ailette]], and [[Verdelet (Final Fantasy XIII)|Verdelet]].
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==== ''[[Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII]]'' ====
 
==== ''[[Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII]]'' ====
{{Q|Deals lightning-attribute magic damage to enemies within a wide radius. Deals great damage to the target.|Description}}
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{{Quote|Deals lightning-attribute magic damage to enemies within a wide radius. Deals great damage to the target.|Description}}
 
Thundaga takes 40 ATB to use and casting it causes Lightning to backflip. In the [[Temple of the Goddess (Final Fantasy XIII)|Temple of the Goddess]] there is a [[Treasure chest (object)|treasure sphere]] that contains Thundaga. The following enemies [[item drop|drop it]] after [[Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII days|Day 7]]: [[Hanuman (Lightning Returns)|Hanuman]] (12.5%, 20% after stagger), [[Chimera (Lightning Returns)|Chimera]] (22.5%), [[Schrodinger Ω]] (100%). In [[Difficulty level|Hard Mode]] these enemies have a better chance of dropping it (x1.5) and can do so since the beginning of the game. [[Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII garbs#Black Rose|Black Rose]] garb has Thundaga (LV5) as a locked ability.
 
Thundaga takes 40 ATB to use and casting it causes Lightning to backflip. In the [[Temple of the Goddess (Final Fantasy XIII)|Temple of the Goddess]] there is a [[Treasure chest (object)|treasure sphere]] that contains Thundaga. The following enemies [[item drop|drop it]] after [[Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII days|Day 7]]: [[Hanuman (Lightning Returns)|Hanuman]] (12.5%, 20% after stagger), [[Chimera (Lightning Returns)|Chimera]] (22.5%), [[Schrodinger Ω]] (100%). In [[Difficulty level|Hard Mode]] these enemies have a better chance of dropping it (x1.5) and can do so since the beginning of the game. [[Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII garbs#Black Rose|Black Rose]] garb has Thundaga (LV5) as a locked ability.
{{See Also|Thunder+}}
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{{See|Thunder+}}
   
 
=== [[Final Fantasy XIV/Legacy|Legacy ''Final Fantasy XIV'']] ===
 
=== [[Final Fantasy XIV/Legacy|Legacy ''Final Fantasy XIV'']] ===
{{Q|Deals lightning damage.|Description}}
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{{Quote|Deals lightning damage.|Description}}
Thundaga is a level 46 spell learned by [[Thaumaturge]]s and is exclusive to the class. It deals high thunder elemental damage to a single target, and has a cast time of 5 seconds. Its critical damage can be increased by using it after a Thunder → Thundara [[Final Fantasy XIV#Individual Combos|combo]].
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Thundaga is a level 46 spell learned by [[Black Mage (Final Fantasy XIV)|Thaumaturge]]s and is exclusive to the class. It deals high thunder elemental damage to a single target, and has a cast time of 5 seconds. Its critical damage can be increased by using it after a Thunder → Thundara [[Final Fantasy XIV#Individual Combos|combo]].
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==== ''[[Final Fantasy XIV]]'' ====
 
==== ''[[Final Fantasy XIV]]'' ====
 
[[File:FFXIVARR Thunder III Icon.png|right|Thunder III icon in (relaunch).]]
 
[[File:FFXIVARR Thunder III Icon.png|right|Thunder III icon in (relaunch).]]
Thunder III (Thundaga in the Japanese version) appears as a [[Thaumaturge]] ability available at level 46. The ability deals lightning-elemental damage to a single target with the potency of 60 and deals damage over time with a potency of 35 for a period of 24 seconds. This spell automatically replace the player's Thunder spell due to the Thunder Mastery II trait.
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Thunder III (Thundaga in the Japanese version) appears as a [[Black Mage (Final Fantasy XIV)|Thaumaturge]] ability available at level 46. The ability deals lightning-elemental damage to a single target with the potency of 60 and deals damage over time with a potency of 35 for a period of 24 seconds. This spell automatically replace the player's Thunder spell due to the Thunder Mastery II trait.
   
 
In addition, [[Sophia (Final Fantasy XIV)|Sophia]], the Goddess has access to her own version of Thunder III during the boss encounters with her. The ability is a donut-shaped area of effect attack that inflicts damage to those caught outside of the safe zone of the attack.
 
In addition, [[Sophia (Final Fantasy XIV)|Sophia]], the Goddess has access to her own version of Thunder III during the boss encounters with her. The ability is a donut-shaped area of effect attack that inflicts damage to those caught outside of the safe zone of the attack.
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy XV]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy XV]]'' ===
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==== ''[[A King's Tale: Final Fantasy XV]]'' ====
 
==== ''[[A King's Tale: Final Fantasy XV]]'' ====
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{{Section|A King's Tale: Final Fantasy XV}}
   
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy Tactics]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy Tactics]]'' ===
{{Q|Black magick that strikes targets with lightning.|Description}}
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{{Quote|Black magick that strikes targets with lightning.|Description}}
{{Q|Heavenly bolts, come bring God's judgement! Bolt3!|Upon casting ([[PlayStation]])}}
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{{Quote|Heavenly bolts, come bring God's judgement! Bolt3!|Upon casting ([[PlayStation]])}}
 
Thundaga is a [[Black Magick (Tactics)|Black Magick]] spell that deals Lightning damage in a radius. It can be learned by the [[Black Mage (Tactics)|Black Mage]] for 500 JP. It uses 24 MP and has a speed of 15. It can also be used via [[Arithmetician]]'s Arithmeticks.
 
Thundaga is a [[Black Magick (Tactics)|Black Magick]] spell that deals Lightning damage in a radius. It can be learned by the [[Black Mage (Tactics)|Black Mage]] for 500 JP. It uses 24 MP and has a speed of 15. It can also be used via [[Arithmetician]]'s Arithmeticks.
   
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy Tactics Advance]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy Tactics Advance]]'' ===
{{Q|Most powerful lightning spell. Shoots many bolts.|Description}}
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{{Quote|Most powerful lightning spell. Shoots many bolts.|Description}}
 
Thundaga is learned by the [[Black Mage (Tactics Advance)|Black Mage]] job from the [[Final Fantasy Tactics Advance weapons#Thor Rod|Thor Rod]] for 300 AP. It costs 24 MP to cast, has a Magic Power of 50, and has a range of 4 with a vertical reach of 3. It is stealable through the ability Steal: Ability, and is also susceptible to [[Magic Counter|Return Magic]] and [[Absorb MP (ability)|Absorb MP]]. Thundaga is also one of the central spells of the Magestorm skillset used by [[Totema]].
 
Thundaga is learned by the [[Black Mage (Tactics Advance)|Black Mage]] job from the [[Final Fantasy Tactics Advance weapons#Thor Rod|Thor Rod]] for 300 AP. It costs 24 MP to cast, has a Magic Power of 50, and has a range of 4 with a vertical reach of 3. It is stealable through the ability Steal: Ability, and is also susceptible to [[Magic Counter|Return Magic]] and [[Absorb MP (ability)|Absorb MP]]. Thundaga is also one of the central spells of the Magestorm skillset used by [[Totema]].
   
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy Tactics S]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy Tactics S]]'' ===
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy Type-0]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy Type-0]]'' ===
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles]]'' ===
Thundaga can only be cast when fusing Thunder [[Magicite]]. The player must combine three Thunder Magicites to cast this.
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Thundaga can only be cast when fusing Thunder [[Magicite]]. The player must combine three Thunder Magicites to cast this. It deals major Lightning damage and shocks nearby enemies.
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It is also an enemy ability used by [[Giant Crab (Crystal Chronicles boss)|Giant Crab]].
   
 
==== ''[[Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates]]'' ====
 
==== ''[[Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates]]'' ====
Thundaga can only be cast by piling three Thunder spells. If two target rings about to cast Thundara +1 line up perfectly, it'll cast Thundaga +1.
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Thundaga deals heavy lightning damage and zaps enemies. It can only be cast by piling three Thunder spells. If two target rings about to cast Thundara +1 line up perfectly, it'll cast Thundaga +1.
   
 
==== ''[[Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King]]'' ====
 
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==== ''[[Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time]]'' ====
 
==== ''[[Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time]]'' ====
Thundaga can be cast be stacking three Thunder target rings.
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Thundaga deals heavy lightning damage and zaps enemies. It can be cast be stacking three Thunder target rings.
   
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light]]'' ===
 
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy Dimensions]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy Dimensions]]'' ===
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy Dimensions II]]'' ===
 
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Thundaga is one of [[Onion Knight (Dissidia)|Onion Knight's]] Bravery attacks. It chains from Thunder and summons two bolts of lightning to strike the opponent from above, initiating a [[Chase Sequence|chase sequence]]. It costs 30 CP to equip and 180 AP to master.
 
Thundaga is one of [[Onion Knight (Dissidia)|Onion Knight's]] Bravery attacks. It chains from Thunder and summons two bolts of lightning to strike the opponent from above, initiating a [[Chase Sequence|chase sequence]]. It costs 30 CP to equip and 180 AP to master.
   
[[Shantotto/Dissidia|Shantotto]] uses Thundaga when casting Spirit Magic: Thunder while she has between 3000 and 6000 Bravery, which summons medium-sized lightning bolts to strike the opponent from above.
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[[Shantotto/Dissidia (PSP)|Shantotto]] uses Thundaga when casting Spirit Magic: Thunder while she has between 3000 and 6000 Bravery, which summons medium-sized lightning bolts to strike the opponent from above.
   
 
==== ''[[Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy]]'' ====
 
==== ''[[Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy]]'' ====
{{Q|Venerable strength!|Garland using Thundaga}}
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{{Quote|Venerable strength!|Garland using Thundaga}}
[[Lightning (Final Fantasy XIII)/Dissidia|Lightning]] can use Thundaga as a Bravery attack. It creates a field of electricity in front of her that lasts for a period of time, initiating a chase sequence if it hits the opponent. It costs 30 CP to equip.
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[[Lightning (Final Fantasy XIII)/Dissidia (PSP)|Lightning]] can use Thundaga as a Bravery attack. It creates a field of electricity in front of her that lasts for a period of time, initiating a chase sequence if it hits the opponent. It costs 30 CP to equip.
   
[[Garland (Final Fantasy)/Dissidia|Garland]] has Thundaga as a Bravery attack. It calls a lightning bolt down around the opponent, and comes in both ground and aerial variants. Thundaga costs 30 CP to equip and 100 AP to master.
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[[Garland (Final Fantasy)/Dissidia (PSP)|Garland]] has Thundaga as a Bravery attack. It calls a lightning bolt down around the opponent, and comes in both ground and aerial variants. Thundaga costs 30 CP to equip and 100 AP to master.
   
 
Shantotto can cast Thundaga with Spirit Magic: Thunder between 2000 and 4000 bravery.
 
Shantotto can cast Thundaga with Spirit Magic: Thunder between 2000 and 4000 bravery.
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==== ''[[Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia]]'' ====
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=== ''[[Theatrhythm Final Fantasy]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Theatrhythm Final Fantasy]]'' ===
[[Theatrhythm Final Fantasy abilities#Thundaga|Thundaga]] is a reactive ability that activates in [[Battle Music Sequence]]s every time the player gets a Good or better rating on 28 Slide Triggers, and deals high-power magic damage. Thundaga is learned by [[Terra Branford/Theatrhythm|Terra]] at (level 75), [[Sephiroth (Final Fantasy VII)/Theatrhythm|Sephiroth]] (level 40), [[Vivi Ornitier/Theatrhythm|Vivi]] at (level 85), and [[Shantotto/Theatrhythm|Shantotto]] at (level 80).
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[[Theatrhythm Final Fantasy abilities#Thundaga|Thundaga]] is a reactive ability that activates in [[Battle Music Sequence]]s every time the player gets a Good or better rating on 28 Slide Triggers, and deals high-power magic damage. Thundaga is learned by [[Terra Branford/Theatrhythm|Terra]] at (level 75), [[Sephiroth/Theatrhythm|Sephiroth]] (level 40), [[Vivi Ornitier/Theatrhythm|Vivi]] at (level 85), and [[Shantotto/Theatrhythm|Shantotto]] at (level 80).
   
 
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==== ''[[Theatrhythm Final Fantasy All-Star Carnival]]'' ====
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=== ''[[Pictlogica Final Fantasy]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Pictlogica Final Fantasy]]'' ===
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==== ''[[Pictlogica Final Fantasy ≒]]'' ====
 
==== ''[[Pictlogica Final Fantasy ≒]]'' ====
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade]]'' ===
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy Artniks]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy Artniks]]'' ===
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy All the Bravest]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy All the Bravest]]'' ===
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy Record Keeper]]'' ===
 
Thundaga is a Black Magic ability with a Rarity of 3☆. It deals heavy lightning magic damage to one target, it can initially be used two times and it can be honed to Rank 5. It can be created by using Black Orb x5, Lightning Orb x8 and 5000 gil.
 
Thundaga is a Black Magic ability with a Rarity of 3☆. It deals heavy lightning magic damage to one target, it can initially be used two times and it can be honed to Rank 5. It can be created by using Black Orb x5, Lightning Orb x8 and 5000 gil.
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy Explorers]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy Explorers]]'' ===
{{Q|Conjure a huge lightning storm in front of you that deals multiple hits.|Description}}
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{{Quote|Conjure a huge lightning storm in front of you that deals multiple hits.|Description}}
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy Brave Exvius]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy Brave Exvius]]'' ===
{{Abil-stub|Final Fantasy Brave Exvius}}
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=== ''[[World of Final Fantasy]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[World of Final Fantasy]]'' ===
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=== ''[[Chocobo Racing]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Chocobo Racing]]'' ===
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=== ''[[Chocobo's Dungeon 2]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Chocobo's Dungeon 2]]'' ===
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon]]'' ===
 
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=== ''[[Final Fantasy Trading Card Game]]'' ===
 
=== ''[[Final Fantasy Trading Card Game]]'' ===
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== Non-''Final Fantasy'' appearances ==
 
== Non-''Final Fantasy'' appearances ==
 
=== ''{{w|Chrono Trigger}}'' ===
 
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[[File:Chrono Trigger Lightning II.png|right|150px]]
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[[File:Chrono Trigger Lightning II.png|right|thumb|175px|Lightning II in ''Chrono Trigger''.]]
 
Lightning II (also called Lightning2) is a single tech of Chrono and Magus that cost 8 MP to cast. It deals Lightning-elemental damage to all targets.
 
Lightning II (also called Lightning2) is a single tech of Chrono and Magus that cost 8 MP to cast. It deals Lightning-elemental damage to all targets.
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=== ''[[Kingdom Hearts]]'' series ===
 
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VIICC Hell Thundaga.jpg|Hell Thundaga in ''Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-''.
 
VIICC Hell Thundaga.jpg|Hell Thundaga in ''Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-''.
 
VIICC Tri-Thundaga.jpg|Tri-Thundaga in ''[[Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-]]''.
 
VIICC Tri-Thundaga.jpg|Tri-Thundaga in ''[[Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-]]''.
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Thundaga from FFVII Remake.jpg|''[[Final Fantasy VII Remake]]''.
 
FFVIII Thundaga.png|''[[Final Fantasy VIII]]''.
 
FFVIII Thundaga.png|''[[Final Fantasy VIII]]''.
 
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FFIX Thundaga.png|''[[Final Fantasy IX]]''.
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DFF OK Thundaga.png|Thundaga used by Onion Knight in ''[[Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)|Dissidia Final Fantasy]]''.
 
DFF OK Thundaga.png|Thundaga used by Onion Knight in ''[[Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)|Dissidia Final Fantasy]]''.
 
DFF SM Thundaga.png|Thundaga used by Shantotto in ''[[Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)|Dissidia Final Fantasy]]''.
 
DFF SM Thundaga.png|Thundaga used by Shantotto in ''[[Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)|Dissidia Final Fantasy]]''.
thundaga.jpeg|Thundaga used by [[Lightning (Final Fantasy XIII)/Dissidia|Lightning]] in ''[[Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy]]''.
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thundaga.jpeg|Thundaga used by [[Lightning (Final Fantasy XIII)/Dissidia (PSP)|Lightning]] in ''[[Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy]]''.
 
DFF2015 Garland Thundaga.png|Thundaga used by Garland in ''[[Dissidia Final Fantasy NT]]''.
 
DFF2015 Garland Thundaga.png|Thundaga used by Garland in ''[[Dissidia Final Fantasy NT]]''.
 
DFF2015 Onion Knight Thundaga.png|Thundaga used by Onion Knight in ''[[Dissidia Final Fantasy NT]]''.
 
DFF2015 Onion Knight Thundaga.png|Thundaga used by Onion Knight in ''[[Dissidia Final Fantasy NT]]''.
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BBS Thundaga.png|''Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep''.
 
Thundaga Valkyrie Anatomia.jpg|''Valkyrie Anatomia''.
 
Thundaga Valkyrie Anatomia.jpg|''Valkyrie Anatomia''.
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FFIVDS Thundaga

Thundaga in Final Fantasy IV (DS).

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Lulu, Final Fantasy X

Thundaga (サンダガ, Sandaga?), also known as Bolt 3, Lit 3, Thunder 3, and Thunder III, is a recurring Black Magic spell from the Final Fantasy series. It is generally the most powerful Lightning-elemental spell.

Appearances

Final Fantasy

Black Mage - LIT3

Deals lightning damage to all foes.

Description

Thundaga (LIT3 on the NES and Bolt3 Final Fantasy Origins) is a level 6 Black Magic spell which inflicts major Lightning-elemental damage to all enemies. In the NES and Origins releases, it inflicts between 60 and 240 Lightning damage, while in subsequent releases, damage dealt depends on the caster's Intelligence. Thundaga may be cast by Chronodia, Dark Wizard, and Chaos.

The spell can be bought at Crescent Lake and can be learned by the Black Mage, Black Wizard, and Red Wizard job classes. In the GBA/PSP/mobile releases it costs 35 MP to cast.

In the original Japanese version, this spell was named "Thunga" (サンガー, Sangā?). The spell name was standardized to "Thundaga" (サンダガ, Sandaga?) since the WonderSwan Color release.

Final Fantasy III

Thundaga is a Black Magic level 5 spell that causes heavy Lightning damage to one or all enemies and has a base power of 110. It can bought in Northeast Saronia or Doga's Village for 5,000 gil. It can be used by the Black Mage, Magus, Onion Knight (3D), and Sage. Its effect can also be used with the Heavenly Wrath item.

It can be used by Kum Kum.

Final Fantasy IV

Causes lightning damage.

Description

Thundaga (Lit-3 in early versions and Thunder 3 in Easy Type) is a Black Magic spell that inflicts heavy Lightning damage to one or all enemies. It can be learned by Fusoya (default), Tellah (default), Palom (level 34), and Rydia (level 45 in 2D versions (41 in 3D versions)).

It has a casting time of 4, costs 30 MP to cast and has a spell power of 256 in 2D versions (110 in 3D versions). Thundaga can be cast by Lunar Ramuh, Lunar Asura, Li'l Murderer, and Dark Sage.

In the Easy Type version, the casting time was reduced to 3.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-

Thundaga is a Black Magic spell learned by imposter Rydia (level 45) and Palom (default). It deals major Lightning-elemental damage to one enemy or moderate damage to all enemies at the cost of 30 MP.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Thundaga is a Black Magic spell that costs 30 MP to cast. It is learned by Fusoya (initially) Golbez (initially), Rydia (level 30), Palom (level 43), and Leonora (level 82). Palom can use Twin Thundaga as a Band with another party member, which is a more powerful version of the spell. Fusoya and Golbez's Double Black Magic Band has a 30% chance of using Twin Thundaga.

Final Fantasy V

Thundaga (also called Bolt 3) causes heavy Lightning damage to one or all enemies. It can be used by the Black Magic command used by the Black Mage job. This spell can only be purchased in Moore for 6,000 gil and costs 25 MP to cast. Thundaga can be cast by Barrier, Enuo, Exdeath in the first battle, Flaremancer, Fury, Melusine, Necrophobe, Neo Exdeath, and Omniscient.

The player may use Thundaga by catching and releasing a Reflect Mage, Tiny Mage, or Dark Elemental (#235). Thundaga is one of the spells that can be cast from the Wonder Wand for free.

Final Fantasy VI

Attacks with lightning.

Description

Thundaga is an Attack spell (Bolt3 in older translations) deals heavy Lightning-elemental damage to one or all enemies. This spell can be learned from the esper Valigarmanda at a x1 rate, and costs 53 MP to cast. It has a hit rate of 150, power of 120, and is vulnerable to Runic. Thundaga can also be cast by various enemies, the earliest being by the Crane.

Final Fantasy VII

Bolt3 is the final spell of the Lightning Materia, and costs 52 MP to cast. It has a base spell power equal to 4x the base magic damage. If linked with an All Materia, its spell animation changes as it will hit all enemies. The spell is also available from the Master Magic Materia. Only the boss Bizarro∙Sephiroth and the enemy Christopher use the spell.

Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-

Thundaga is an Elemental Magic Materia.

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Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-

Thundaga fires many bolts of light forward, hitting multiple targets. Compared to Thunder and Thundara, Thundaga has the widest radius and longest range. Three variations of Thundaga also appear: Dark Thundaga inflicts damage and inflicts Poison and Silence statuses; Hell Thundaga inflicts Poison, Silence, Stop and Instant Death; and Tri-Thundaga fires lightning in three directions doing greater damage than Thundaga.

Thundaga costs 32 MP, Dark Thundaga costs 38 MP, Hell Thundaga costs 52 MP, and Tri-Thundaga costs 64 MP. Thundaga can be bought from Research Dept. QMC + for 10,000 gil and Hell Thundaga can be bought from Wutai Secret Shop for 15,000 gil; the others can be made through Materia Fusion.

Final Fantasy VII Remake

Deal a large amount of lightning damage. Guaranteed to hit.

Description

Thundaga is the final ability of the Lightning Materia, costing 22 MP to cast. It deals a large amount of Lightning-elemental damage to one target, and will never miss.

Thundaga can be used by Sephiroth, Unknown Entity, and Whisper Viridi.

Final Fantasy VIII

Thundaga can be refined from items and can be drawn from enemies when the party's level exceeds 30. Casting Thundaga in battle increases compatibility with Quezacotl by 2.4, but lowers compatibility with Leviathan by 0.8. Additionally, Thundaga can be junctioned to deal and resist against Thunder-elemental damage.

Final Fantasy IX

Causes big-time Thunder damage to single/multiple targets.

Description

The Octagon Rod teaches Vivi Thundaga Black Magic spell. The shop in Esto Gaza has the Octagon Rod for sale after Zidane and company complete the Desert Palace.

It costs 24 MP to cast, requires 80 AP to learn, and has a spell power of 72. It can be reflected and works with Return Magic. Thundaga can be cast by Abadon, Earth Guardian, Grand Dragon, Kuja, Malboro, and Necron.

Final Fantasy X

Thundaga is located in Lulu's section of the Sphere Grid, although all characters can obtain it. It has a spell power of 42 and costs 16 MP. Thundaga can be cast by Abaddon, Behemoth King, Chimera (Home), Chimera Brain, Coeurlregina, Greater Sphere, Imp, Jumbo Flan, Master Coeurl, Mindy, Seymour, Seymour Omnis, Sleep Sprout, Spirit, Varuna, and Wraith. It can be taught to an aeon via four Lightning Gems after obtaining Summoner's Soul from Belgemine.

Final Fantasy X-2

Thundaga is available for the Black Mage dressphere. Learning it costs 100 AP and it costs 24 MP to cast. Thundaga can also be used when the player has gone through three nodes on the Thunder Spawn Garment Grid or while equipped with the Ochre Ring accessory. Thundaga can also be used via Yuna's Festivalist ability Ltng. Sandals, and hits either one or two enemies. Many enemies can also cast this spell.

Final Fantasy X-2: Last Mission

Thundaga is used by Rikku in the Black Mage dressphere. It costs 4 MP to cast. It is the only lightning-elemental attack the player can use. It as a range of three tiles ahead of the character.

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Final Fantasy XI

Thundaga is a tier 1 elemental spell. It deals area of effect damage, potentially hitting multiple targets. It can be bought from vendors for 17,472 gil or less depending upon fame.

Final Fantasy XII

Thundaga is a Level 5 Black Magick spell. Thundaga inflicts major Lightning-elemental damage to all enemies in range. It (initially) costs 42 MP to cast. The enemy ability Piercing Thundaga can break through Reflect status.

In the original version it is available for purchase in Balfonheim Port for 8,200 gil. It is part of the Black Magick 5 license for 35 LP.

In the Zodiac versions, Thundaga is on the Black Magick 9 license for 90 LP. It costs 40 MP to cast and costs 7000 gil to buy. It is part of the Black Mage board, and the Red Battlemage can acquire Thundaga's license by acquiring license for Cúchulainn first.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

Kytes learns Thundaga at Level 18. It deals Lightning damage to all enemies around a designated target.

Final Fantasy XIII

THUNDAGA

Deal lightning damage to targets within a wide radius.

Description

Thundaga is a Ravager ability that deals Lightning damage in a range and launches Staggered opponents, as well as interrupts some enemy actions. It costs 3 ATB and has an Attack Power of 2.2. It can be learned by Lightning (stage 9), Sazh (stage 8), and Hope (stage 8). It can also be used by Odin, who can cast it at the cost of 1 ATB segment.

It is also an enemy ability used by Behemoth King, Dahaka, Right Ailette, and Verdelet.

Final Fantasy XIII-2

Thundaga is a Ravager ability that inflicts lightning-attribute magic damage on targets within a wide radius. It has an ATB cost of 3 and a modifier of 2.2. It can be learned by Serah (role level 41), Circuitron (15), Grand Behemoth (37), Lightning (10), and Valfodr (23).

Thundaga is also a Mage ability for Lightning in the "Requiem of the Goddess" downloadable content scenario. It is learned at level 7 and has an ATB cost of 4. It inflicts lightning-attribute magic damage on targets within a wide radius.

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII

Deals lightning-attribute magic damage to enemies within a wide radius. Deals great damage to the target.

Description

Thundaga takes 40 ATB to use and casting it causes Lightning to backflip. In the Temple of the Goddess there is a treasure sphere that contains Thundaga. The following enemies drop it after Day 7: Hanuman (12.5%, 20% after stagger), Chimera (22.5%), Schrodinger Ω (100%). In Hard Mode these enemies have a better chance of dropping it (x1.5) and can do so since the beginning of the game. Black Rose garb has Thundaga (LV5) as a locked ability.

Legacy Final Fantasy XIV

Deals lightning damage.

Description

Thundaga is a level 46 spell learned by Thaumaturges and is exclusive to the class. It deals high thunder elemental damage to a single target, and has a cast time of 5 seconds. Its critical damage can be increased by using it after a Thunder → Thundara combo.

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Final Fantasy XIV

FFXIVARR Thunder III Icon

Thunder III (Thundaga in the Japanese version) appears as a Thaumaturge ability available at level 46. The ability deals lightning-elemental damage to a single target with the potency of 60 and deals damage over time with a potency of 35 for a period of 24 seconds. This spell automatically replace the player's Thunder spell due to the Thunder Mastery II trait.

In addition, Sophia, the Goddess has access to her own version of Thunder III during the boss encounters with her. The ability is a donut-shaped area of effect attack that inflicts damage to those caught outside of the safe zone of the attack.

Final Fantasy XV

Thundaga is a type of spell created via Elemancy.

A King's Tale: Final Fantasy XV

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Final Fantasy Tactics

Black magick that strikes targets with lightning.

Description

Heavenly bolts, come bring God's judgement! Bolt3!

Upon casting (PlayStation)

Thundaga is a Black Magick spell that deals Lightning damage in a radius. It can be learned by the Black Mage for 500 JP. It uses 24 MP and has a speed of 15. It can also be used via Arithmetician's Arithmeticks.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Most powerful lightning spell. Shoots many bolts.

Description

Thundaga is learned by the Black Mage job from the Thor Rod for 300 AP. It costs 24 MP to cast, has a Magic Power of 50, and has a range of 4 with a vertical reach of 3. It is stealable through the ability Steal: Ability, and is also susceptible to Return Magic and Absorb MP. Thundaga is also one of the central spells of the Magestorm skillset used by Totema.

When cast, three lightning strikes from the top, left, and right corner will hit the target.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Thundaga is a spell that deals massive lightning damage. It can be learned by the Black Mage from the Thor Rod for 300 AP and Viking from the Gold Axe for 350 AP. It costs 18 MP to cast and has a range of 4.

Final Fantasy Tactics S

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Final Fantasy Type-0

There are various Thundaga spells and the spell's class depends on the user's Magic Power.

Type Name Prereq Unlock
RF (Rifle)
Thundaga RF 70
(Lightning Magic)
In Chapter 2
Shoots a bullet straight forward.
Charging this spell increases the number of bullets.
SHG (Shotgun)
Thundaga SHG 80
(Lightning Magic)
Available at beginning
Sends out energy across a set range.
SHG (Shotgun)-II
Thundaga SHG-II 85
(Lightning Magic)
Use Thunder SHG at least 300 times
Sends out piercing energy across a set range.
ROK (Rocket)
Thundaga ROK 80
(Lightning Magic)
Complete Escaping the Imperial Capital on Officer difficulty
Aims with crosshairs to shoot explosive bullets.
ROK (Rocket)-II
Thundaga ROK-II 100
(Lightning Magic)
Complete SO "Defeat two snow giants with active leader" during Escaping the Imperial Capital
Shoot powerful Lightning-type bullets at the enemy.
MIS (Missile)
Thundaga MIS 80
(Lightning Magic)
Complete The Phantoma Menace VI during Chapter 7
Launches a explosive bullet that pursues its target.
MIS (Missile)-II
Thundaga MIS-II 80
(Lightning Magic)
Complete the SO "Defeat two Colossi" during The Clash on Big Bridge
Launch a slow but powerful Lightning-type bullet that pursues its target.
BOM (Bomb)
Thundaga BOM 75
(Lightning Magic)
Learned during Moglin's "LTMG-101: Elementary Lightning Magic I " lecture in Chapter 3
Sends out a wave of energy around the user.
Charging this spell increases the damage.
BOM (Bomb)-II
Thundaga BOM-II 90
(Lightning Magic)
Complete Machina's Struggle on Officer difficulty
Sends out a wave of energy around the user which lasts for a short time.
Charging this spell increases the damage.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

Thundaga can only be cast when fusing Thunder Magicite. The player must combine three Thunder Magicites to cast this. It deals major Lightning damage and shocks nearby enemies.

It is also an enemy ability used by Giant Crab.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates

Thundaga deals heavy lightning damage and zaps enemies. It can only be cast by piling three Thunder spells. If two target rings about to cast Thundara +1 line up perfectly, it'll cast Thundaga +1.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King

Thundaga is the level 20 Lightning spell, exclusive to the Black Mage class, and caps at level 100. It deals Lightning damage to all enemies, can be used once per battle, and up to three times a day. It requires three turns to cast.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time

Thundaga deals heavy lightning damage and zaps enemies. It can be cast be stacking three Thunder target rings.

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light

Thundaga is a high level Black Magic spell. The spell costs 4 AP to cast and it has a spell power of 12. It can only be used if the Thundaga Tome item is in the character's inventory. The spell can be purchased in Spelvia for 5000 gil.

Bravely Default

Thundaga is a level 5 Black Magic spell. It deals major lightning damage to one target and can be group-cast. It costs 45 MP to use. It can be bought in Eternia for 3200 pg.

Thundaga is a level 5 Sword Magic spell. It imbues a weapon with a high-power lightning effect for ten turns. This will raise attack power by the amount of the magic effect. It costs 45 MP to use. It can be bought in Eternia for 3200 pg.

Bravely Second: End Layer

Thundaga is a level 6 Black Magic for the Black Mage. It deals major lightning damage to one target. This spell can be group-cast. It costs 45 MP to use. It can be bought in Caldisla and Chompshire for 12800 pg.

Final Fantasy Dimensions

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Final Fantasy Dimensions II

Thundaga I-III are magic attacks available only for Jornee to use. The spells can only be learned from her final Ramuh signet. All Thundaga spells deal heavy wind-elemental magic damage to a single enemy. The spells also deal extra damage against machine-type enemies and cost 45 MP.

In addition, Ramuh is able to use Thundaga III when he joins as a guest party member during the finale of the Eureka arc.

In the original free-to-play versions, Thundaga I-III could be used by any party member equipped with a Thundaga versions of the Ixion or Goblez OR signets. Each version of the spell dealt more damage depending on the summon's rank and had increased MP costs for each version of the spell.

Dissidia Final Fantasy

Thundaga is one of Onion Knight's Bravery attacks. It chains from Thunder and summons two bolts of lightning to strike the opponent from above, initiating a chase sequence. It costs 30 CP to equip and 180 AP to master.

Shantotto uses Thundaga when casting Spirit Magic: Thunder while she has between 3000 and 6000 Bravery, which summons medium-sized lightning bolts to strike the opponent from above.

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy

Venerable strength!

Garland using Thundaga

Lightning can use Thundaga as a Bravery attack. It creates a field of electricity in front of her that lasts for a period of time, initiating a chase sequence if it hits the opponent. It costs 30 CP to equip.

Garland has Thundaga as a Bravery attack. It calls a lightning bolt down around the opponent, and comes in both ground and aerial variants. Thundaga costs 30 CP to equip and 100 AP to master.

Shantotto can cast Thundaga with Spirit Magic: Thunder between 2000 and 4000 bravery.

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

Thundaga is retained by many of the returning characters, though Kefka's version can now be charged and shoots up to five bolts of lightning.

Thundaga is also one of Ramuh's HP attacks in his boss battle, launching several bolts of lightning in a star-like pattern from his position.

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy

Thundaga is a reactive ability that activates in Battle Music Sequences every time the player gets a Good or better rating on 28 Slide Triggers, and deals high-power magic damage. Thundaga is learned by Terra at (level 75), Sephiroth (level 40), Vivi at (level 85), and Shantotto at (level 80).

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call

Thundaga is a reactive ability that costs 25 CP to equip. It is activated in Battle Music Sequences (BMS) each time the players receive GOOD or better on 28 Slide Triggers. It deals full strength magic damage. It is learned by Rydia (level 80), Krile (level 70), Terra (level 80), Sephiroth (level 70), Vivi (level 75), Shantotto (level 65), Yuna #2 (level 90), Chaos (level 70), Ace (level 80), and Serah (level 75).

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy All-Star Carnival

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Pictlogica Final Fantasy

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Pictlogica Final Fantasy ≒

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Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade

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Final Fantasy Artniks

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Final Fantasy All the Bravest

Thundaga is the ability that is used by the Black Mage during battle. It is also an enemy ability that is used by Hein and Yellow Element during battle.

Final Fantasy Record Keeper

Thundaga is a Black Magic ability with a Rarity of 3☆. It deals heavy lightning magic damage to one target, it can initially be used two times and it can be honed to Rank 5. It can be created by using Black Orb x5, Lightning Orb x8 and 5000 gil.

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Final Fantasy Explorers

Conjure a huge lightning storm in front of you that deals multiple hits.

Description
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Final Fantasy Brave Exvius

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World of Final Fantasy

Thundaga in an active, thunder-elemental magic ability that inflicts magical thunder damage on all enemies for 7 AP. It can be used by Ramewl and Ramewl★.

It is also an enemy ability used by Pellinore, Plumed Knight (2nd), and Shantotto.

Chocobo Racing

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Chocobo's Dungeon 2

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Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon

Thundaga is a Lv. 5 spell that costs 4 SP to cast and attacks to all enemies in a 7x7 grid around Chocobo.

Final Fantasy Trading Card Game

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Non-Final Fantasy appearances

Chrono Trigger

Chrono Trigger Lightning II

Lightning II in Chrono Trigger.

Lightning II (also called Lightning2) is a single tech of Chrono and Magus that cost 8 MP to cast. It deals Lightning-elemental damage to all targets.

Kingdom Hearts series

Thundaga, together with its lower tiers Thunder and Thundara, appears in the series as a magic spell. The spell's effect has varied across different titles from single targeting spell to an area-of-effect spell.

Valkyrie Anatomia

Thundaga is a spell used by Agnès.

Names in other Languages

  • Spanish: Electro++
  • German: Blitzga
  • Italian: Fulgoga
  • French: Foudre X

Gallery

Trivia

  • One of the actors in the Final Fantasy XII Suntory Potion Drink Commercial "casts" Thundaga.
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