The attack consists of Pyra leaping into the air, before diving downwards and creating a pillar of fire upon landing. It functions similarly to other diving up special moves, though contrary to the norm its meteor smash is very weak. As a result, it is considerably less viable to utilize the move for a sacrificial KO in comparison to similar up specials, though its weak meteor smash can gimp opponents with weaker recoveries which is only practical if Pyra has the stock lead. On the contrary, it is incredibly powerful for a move of its kind onstage, being able to KO most characters under 100% if the attack is positioned right; this makes it a very powerful out of shield option, though it is quite punishable on shield. Pyra can also drift forward or backwards while descending.
Similar to Kirby's Final Cutter and Mii Swordfighter's Stone Scabbard, Pyra will only enter a helpless state if she lands on the ground with the attack, but is immediately pushed off a nearby edge by wind, conveyor belts, water-spraying attacks such as Mario's F.L.U.D.D. or Squirtle's Water Gun, or simply pushing her off while she is still in her ground-slam animation.
Prominence Revolt is Pyra's Level 2 Special in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. In the original game, the move causes pillars of flame to appear under enemies; Pyra also makes less of a leap into the air, likely due to the ground-based combat of the Xenoblade Chronicles series.
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