Bahamut

     
The winged King of Dragons has gone through various changes over the years, but none more so than it does in Final Fantasy VII Remake.




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Bahamut in Final Fantasy VII Remake
Having appeared in almost every single mainline Final Fantasy game lớn date, Bahamut"s inclusion in Final Fantasy VII Remake will have sầu come as little surprise khổng lồ many. That there were so many changes made to the winged King of Dragons, however, may well have sầu raised one or two eyebrows amongst the fandom.

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As well as his early entrance, there are quite a few differences between the version of Bahamut that shows up in the remake than those which have sầu appeared in previous games. These aren"t just limited to kiến thiết choices either, but also the very lore và background of the hugely popular flying sumtháng.

10 Its Stats Are Higher Than Sephiroth"s


Sephiroth in Final Fantasy VII Remake
Despite Sephiroth being the final trùm of Final Fantasy VII Remake, he is not actually the strongest opponent that players will come up against. That honor arguably goes khổng lồ Bahamut, whose key stats are considerably higher than those of the One-Winged Angel in almost every measurable way.

On Normal Mode, Bahamut boasts higher HPhường, attack, magic attack, defense và magic defense stats than Sephiroth, with some being as much as 1.5 times higher. Things vì chưng get a little closer when playing on Hard Mode, although Bahamut still has the beating of Sephiroth in three of the five key categories and matches hyên ổn in the other two.


Ifrit & Bahamut in Final Fantasy VII Remake
Earlier entries in the Final Fantasy franchise often refer khổng lồ Bahamut as a God of sorts và consistently give it the title of the King of the Dragons as well. As it turns out, these positions seem to bring with them some unusual and powerful abilities that are typically reserved for players.

During the boss rush section that proceeds the battle with the Pride và Joy Prototype, players will need to lớn defeat Bahamut. After they"ve sầu depleted around half of its health though, the Dragon King will sumtháng Ifrit to lớn the battle, suggesting that it may well have sầu dominion over the game"s other summonable creatures.


Cloud blocking in Final Fantasy VII Remake
One of the biggest differences between the combat mechanics in the remake & those found in the original game is the heavy emphasis that the remake places on blocking attacks. Generally though, only around half of the moves that players come up against can be blocked, but this ratio is far higher when battling Bahamut.

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Of the summon"s eleven distinct attacks, only three cannot be blocked, meaning that players can avoid taking full damage from almost 75% of its attacks. This likely has something to do with the summon"s laông xã of elemental affinity, which would otherwise make it a lot tougher khổng lồ defkết thúc against than the likes of Ifrit và Shiva.


Bahamut in Final Fantasy VII Remake


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Bahamut is one of the largest summons in both the original game và Final Fantasy VII Remake. While this may not seem particularly important, it actually has a huge bearing on when & where players are able to summon the Dragon King into lớn battle.

There are certain areas in Final Fantasy VII Remake that have limits on the kích cỡ of the creatures that can be summoned in. This means that some locations simply will not allow players lớn sumtháng Bahamut even when the time & damage conditions for doing so have sầu already been met.


Unlike in the original game where a summon will only use a single attaông xã before departing, Final Fantasy VII Remake instead keeps them in the battle for a set period of time. In the case of Bahamut, however, how far into lớn this period a player is will have a direct impact on the summon"s attaông xã power.

Shortly before leaving the battlefield, Bahamut will clad itself in Umbral Aura, making it considerably stronger than when it is first summoned. As a result, any ATB moves initiated by the player while Bahamut is in this state will giảm giá khuyến mãi a lot more damage to lớn enemies than they otherwise would have sầu.


Like many of the other summons, Bahamut"s kiến thiết has gone through numerous changes over the years, but there"s one rather notable change khổng lồ the summon in Final Fantasy VII Remake. Unlike previous iterations, the Dragon King"s eyes vị not have any pupils; instead appearing as solid gray orbs.

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Why exactly Square Enix opted to go with this design choice remains unclear, especially as there is no prior lore to suggest that dragons bởi vì not have sầu pupils. Interestingly though, Bahamut"s eye color does change from gray to lớn pink while it"s in its Umbral Aura phase.


Given that players need to have completed all of Chadley"s Battle Hãng Intel Reports in order lớn gain access lớn Bahamut, it is almost impossible to use it during the initial battle with Hell House. Should the player return to lớn Chapter 9 after acquiring the Bahamut materia, however, they"ll be treated khổng lồ some quality dialogue upon summoning it.

The announcers at the Corneo Colosseum, Kotch & Scotch, will each bình luận on the Dragon King"s arrival. The former will remark that "The king of dragons has graced us with his royal presence!" while Scotch will subsequently remind the audience that their safety is not guaranteed.


Although it only included the summons that feature in the first part of Final Fantasy VII Remake, a tín đồ survey carried out by Square Enix shortly after the game"s release suggests that Bahamut is the series" most popular summon. Not only that though, but that he is the most popular by a staggeringly large margin.

Bahamut received 40% of the vote; which was more than its fellow long-serving summons Shiva và Ifrit managed between them. The former finished on just 20%, while Ifrit managed 19%. The remaining 21% was split between the game"s other summons, with the preorder bonus sumtháng, Carbuncle, claiming a significant portion of those extra votes.


In the original release of Final Fantasy VII, players acquire the Bahamut summon materia while exploring the Temple of the Ancients lớn find the blaông chồng materia. For whatever reason though, the summon"s appearance is brought forwards quite a bit in the 20trăng tròn remake.

Most players won"t unloông chồng Bahamut until after they"ve sầu completed the game due lớn the large amount of grinding that"s needed lớn vày so. Regardless though, obtaining Bahamut in Midgar is still far earlier than in the original game, with players no longer needing to lớn pass through places lượt thích Mt. Corel, The Gold Saucer, Cosmo Canyon or Nibelheim lớn get their hands on the summon.


As is often the case in đoạn phim games, Final Fantasy VII Remake uses loading screens khổng lồ provide players with "useful" hints and facts. One such loading screen centers around Bahamut and reveals some fairly interesting information about the Dragon King"s origins.

According lớn the screen, Bahamut has been regarded as a symbol of might since the time of the Ancients, suggesting that the creature is, at the very least, as old as the Cetra race. It also suggests that Bahamut is often worshiped in times of war, which, given the ongoing conflict between Shinra and Wutai, might just explain its early appearance in the remake.

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