Raging Storm

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Type Icon Name SP Required Description
B Raging Storm.png Raging Storm 300 If unit initiates combat, grants another action to unit if unit is not adjacent to an ally after combat. (Once per turn. If a skill that moves unit after combat is used, references unit's position after that movement occurs.) If foe uses dragonstone or beast damage and unit is not adjacent to an ally, unit makes a guaranteed follow-up attack during combat.
This skill can only be equipped by its original unit.

* Unused restrictions: Cannot use: InfantryCavalryFlyingRed bowRed DaggerRed TomeRed BreathRed BeastBlue bowBlue DaggerBlue TomeBlue BreathBlue BeastGreen bowGreen DaggerGreen TomeGreen BreathGreen BeastColorless bowColorless DaggerColorless TomeStaffColorless BreathColorless Beast

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • If unit initiates combat means if the user starts a combat on their turn. The unit does not need to deal damage, nor be the first to attack.
    • However, if the effect is applied after combat, the unit must also survive it to fulfill this condition.
  • Dragon refers to .
  • Beast refers to .
  • A foe with skills such as Null Follow Up 3.png Null Follow-Up 3 will disable Raging Storm's guaranteed follow-up attack effect.
  • Both Raging Storm and skills like Icon Skill Special.png Galeforce may activate on the same turn.[1]
    • If both Raging Storm and a skill like Icon Skill Special.png Galeforce can activate after combat, Raging Storm has higher priority. The user's Special cooldown count is unaffected if Raging Storm activates.
  • "Skills that move unit after combat" include the Røkkr area-of-effect Specials.

List of owners[edit | edit source]

UnitSkill chain
Edelgard Flame Emperor Face FC.webp
Raging Storm
5★

Trivia[edit | edit source]

In other languages[edit | edit source]

Language Name
Japanese 狂嵐
German Wütender Sturm
Spanish (Europe) Tormenta atroz
Spanish (Latin America) Tormenta atroz
French Tempête furieuse
Italian Tempesta furiosa
Traditional Chinese (Taiwan) 狂嵐
Portuguese Temporal atroz

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