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The '''Zeus's Wrath''' {{J|ゼウスの怒り|Zeusu no Ikari}}, also known as '''Rage of Zeus''' or '''Bolt Plume''', is a recurring, single-use item that is frequently used to deal [[Lightning (element)|Lightning]] damage to one or more targets, equivalent to the [[Thundara (ability)|Thundara]] spell. Its upgrade in some games is the [[Heavenly Wrath (item)|Heavenly Wrath]].
 
The '''Zeus's Wrath''' {{J|ゼウスの怒り|Zeusu no Ikari}}, also known as '''Rage of Zeus''' or '''Bolt Plume''', is a recurring, single-use item that is frequently used to deal [[Lightning (element)|Lightning]] damage to one or more targets, equivalent to the [[Thundara (ability)|Thundara]] spell. Its upgrade in some games is the [[Heavenly Wrath (item)|Heavenly Wrath]].
   
==Appearances==
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{{Q|Statue with the same effect as Thunder.|Description}}
 
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|[[Storm Anima (Final Fantasy IV)|Storm Anima]], [[Gold Dragon (Final Fantasy IV)|Gold Dragon]], [[Clockwork Soldier (Final Fantasy IV)|Clockwork Soldier]], [[Lesser Marilith (Final Fantasy IV)|Lesser Marilith]]
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Zeus's Wrath deals a [[Thunder (ability)|Thunder]] attack to a target.
 
Zeus's Wrath deals a [[Thunder (ability)|Thunder]] attack to a target.
   
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Zeus's Wrath can be bought for 300 gil in [[Urbeth]], and can found in Urbeth and the [[Tower to the Sky]]. Due to the elemental system used, the item inflicts [[Holy (element)|Light]]-elemental damage instead of the traditional Lightning-elemental damage.
 
Zeus's Wrath can be bought for 300 gil in [[Urbeth]], and can found in Urbeth and the [[Tower to the Sky]]. Due to the elemental system used, the item inflicts [[Holy (element)|Light]]-elemental damage instead of the traditional Lightning-elemental damage.
   
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{{Q|A sphere of lightning said to contain the wrath of Zeus, father of the gods and ruler of the world in the Age of Myths.|Description}}
 
{{Q|A sphere of lightning said to contain the wrath of Zeus, father of the gods and ruler of the world in the Age of Myths.|Description}}
 
Zeus's Wrath deals moderate lightning damage to all enemies (or allies). It can be bought from the [[Adventurer (The 4 Heroes of Light)|Adventurer]] ([[Norende Village]] Combat Item Shop Lv. 3) for 200 pg. It can be found in the [[Twilight Ruins]], [[Engine Room]], and [[Eternian Central Command]].
 
Zeus's Wrath deals moderate lightning damage to all enemies (or allies). It can be bought from the [[Adventurer (The 4 Heroes of Light)|Adventurer]] ([[Norende Village]] Combat Item Shop Lv. 3) for 200 pg. It can be found in the [[Twilight Ruins]], [[Engine Room]], and [[Eternian Central Command]].
   
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Zeus's Wrath is an item that can only be used during [[Battle Music Sequence]]s. It is activated when an enemy's HP dips below 3/4 to cause some damage and has extra strength. It is obtained randomly after completing a Music Stage.
 
Zeus's Wrath is an item that can only be used during [[Battle Music Sequence]]s. It is activated when an enemy's HP dips below 3/4 to cause some damage and has extra strength. It is obtained randomly after completing a Music Stage.
   
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Zeus's Wrath FFIII Art.png|Concept art from ''[[Final Fantasy III]]''.
 
Zeus's Wrath FFIII Art.png|Concept art from ''[[Final Fantasy III]]''.
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==Etymology==
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Zeus's Wrath refers to Zeus, who struck mortals who angered him with a bolt of lightning. {{Etym|Zeus}}
 
Zeus's Wrath refers to Zeus, who struck mortals who angered him with a bolt of lightning. {{Etym|Zeus}}
   
 
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Zeusrage

Zeus's Wrath as seen in Final Fantasy IV.

A mystical item said to house the wrath of the god of storms, albeit in minute quantities. Capable of inflicting a modest amount of lightning damage, it is particularly effective against aquatic foes. Though limited in potency, its ease of use among non-mages and having no need for long incantations are significant merits, making it perfect for distracting the enemy and creating an opening.

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius description

The Zeus's Wrath (ゼウスの怒り, Zeusu no Ikari?), also known as Rage of Zeus or Bolt Plume, is a recurring, single-use item that is frequently used to deal Lightning damage to one or more targets, equivalent to the Thundara spell. Its upgrade in some games is the Heavenly Wrath.

Appearances

Final Fantasy III

Zeus's Wrath
Effect Casts Thundara.
Find Kazus, Owen, Subterranean Lake (x2), Wrecked Ship
Steal Giant Rat, Slime, Red Cap, Knocker, Griffon, Tangie, Lemur, Lamia
Drop Giant Rat, Slime, Red Cap, Knocker, Griffon, Tangie, Lemur, Lamia

Final Fantasy IV

Statue with the same effect as Thunder.

Description
Zeus's Wrath
Also called Thor's Rage (PS)
Effect Deals Lightning-elemental damage to a target. Same as the spell Thunder.
Find Fabul, Baron, Waterway, Tomra
Steal Gold Dragon
Drop Storm Anima, Gold Dragon, Clockwork Soldier, Lesser Marilith

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-

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Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Zeus's Wrath deals a Thunder attack to a target.

Final Fantasy VII

Bolt Plume
Effect Deals Lightning-elemental damage to all enemies. Same as the spell Bolt 2.
Steal Thunderbird
Drop Garuda, Needle Kiss, Thunderbird

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light

Zeus's Wrath can be bought for 300 gil in Urbeth, and can found in Urbeth and the Tower to the Sky. Due to the elemental system used, the item inflicts Light-elemental damage instead of the traditional Lightning-elemental damage.

Bravely Default

A sphere of lightning said to contain the wrath of Zeus, father of the gods and ruler of the world in the Age of Myths.

Description

Zeus's Wrath deals moderate lightning damage to all enemies (or allies). It can be bought from the Adventurer (Norende Village Combat Item Shop Lv. 3) for 200 pg. It can be found in the Twilight Ruins, Engine Room, and Eternian Central Command.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call

Zeus's Wrath is an item that can only be used during Battle Music Sequences. It is activated when an enemy's HP dips below 3/4 to cause some damage and has extra strength. It is obtained randomly after completing a Music Stage.

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Gallery

Etymology

Zeus's Wrath refers to Zeus, who struck mortals who angered him with a bolt of lightning. Zeus is the "Father of Gods and men" who rules the Olympians of Mount Olympus as a father rules the family according to the ancient Greek religion. He is the god of sky and thunder in Greek mythology.

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