|Learned by||Lucca, Magus|
|SNES/PS name||Fire 2|
|TP required||400, N/A|
|Description||Attack all enemies with fire.|
|Double Techs||Fire Sword II |
Antipode Bomb II
|Triple Techs||Delta Force |
Ring of Fire
Description[edit | edit source]
As Lucca raises her hand, a red, semi-transparent ring expands starting from her to the boundaries of the battlefield. Then the whole area starts to burst in flames with numerous explosions spread out throughout it and all enemies get hit.
Damage calculations[edit | edit source]
For Lucca: Damage = (Level + Magic) * 14 * 3.2 * (1 - Enemy's Magic Defense/102.4) / Enemy's Elemental Defense + Random Range
For Magus: Damage = (Level + Magic) * 18 * 3.2 * (1 - Enemy's Magic Defense/102.4) / Enemy's Elemental Defense + Random Range
Name Origin[edit | edit source]
The Japanese name of this spell, ファイアガ faiaga, is very similar to the fire spell from the Final Fantasy series ファイガ faiga usually localized as "Firaga" - it is not, however, exactly the same, as the Chrono Trigger tech has an additional ア "a" syllable between the イ "i" and the ガ "ga" syllables.
They also differ in that the Final Fantasy spell is usually the third and strongest spell in the Fire series of spells, while the Chrono Trigger tech is merely the second in line, with Flare being the strongest Fire spell. This latter point is often a source of confusion for fans of both series, as Flare in Final Fantasy, unlike Chrono Trigger, is generally a non-elemental spell, despite its visual appearance in most games being a fiery explosion.
Enemy Tech[edit | edit source]