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Whirlpool (渦潮, Uzushio?, lit. Whirling Tides), also called Waterspout, Whirlwater, Leeching Current, and Whirl, is a recurring ability in the series. It is often an enemy ability, but also an ability the party may use by the Geomancer job. It often deals Water-elemental damage.
- 1 Appearances
- 1.1 Final Fantasy III
- 1.2 Final Fantasy V
- 1.3 Final Fantasy XI
- 1.4 Final Fantasy XIV
- 1.5 Final Fantasy Mystic Quest
- 1.6 The Final Fantasy Legend
- 1.7 Final Fantasy Legend II
- 1.8 Final Fantasy Legend III
- 1.9 Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia
- 1.10 Pictlogica Final Fantasy
- 1.11 Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade
- 1.12 Final Fantasy Artniks
- 1.13 Final Fantasy All the Bravest
- 1.14 World of Final Fantasy
- 2 Gallery
- 3 Etymology
Appearances[edit | edit source]
In the 3D version, Whirlpool deals Ice and Water-elemental damage to all enemies. It can only be used on terrain that has water.
Whirlpool is an ability of the Geomancer job. It reduces one enemy's HP to a single digit. It can be used on the following terrain, Beaches, Walse Tower, Ocean, Ship Graveyard, Guido's Cave, and Istory Falls.
Whirl is a magical attack that has five uses, it also increases a Robot's HP by 9. The damage formula for Whirl is the user's Mana x8, and target's all enemies. This attack can be used by Dagon, Dolphin, Kraken, Leviathn, Nymph, Scylla, and Sei-Ryu.
Whirlpool is an ability.
Whirlpool is an ability used by Cagnazzo.
Waterspout is an active water-elemental ability that inflicts magical water damage bypassing defense for 4 AP. It can be used by Nightsqual and Sharqual.
Whirlpool is an active water-elemental ability that inflicts magical water damage and Slow on a single target for 5 AP. It can be used by Mega Nightsqual, Sea Worm, and Syldra★.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Etymology[edit | edit source]
whirlpool is a swirling body of water produced by the meeting of opposing currents.A
A waterspout is an intense columnar vortex (usually appearing as a funnel-shaped cloud) that occurs over a body of water. They are connected to a towering cumuliform cloud or a cumulonimbus cloud.