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Ramuh

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Ramuh
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Ramuh in Final Fantasy VII.
Universe Final Fantasy
Debut Final Fantasy III (1990)
Smash Bros. appearances SSB4
Ultimate
Most recent non-Smash appearance Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis (2023)
Console/platform of origin Famicom
Species Summon
Gender Male

Ramuh (ラムウ, Ramuh) is a summon from the Final Fantasy series.

Origin[edit]

Ramuh in Final Fantasy VII.

Ramuh is a recurring summonable entity, introduced in Final Fantasy III along with the Summon ability. He made several appearances in later games, always associated with the Lightning element. His attack, Judgment Bolt, deals lightning damage to all enemies. His most prominent role in the series is in Final Fantasy VI, where he explains the nature of the Espers to the party, and becomes the first Esper to become summonable.

His appearance in the Midgar stage is based on his Final Fantasy VII summoning sequence, where he rains thunderbolts on the enemies from atop a mountain. The Ramuh Summon Materia can be found in the Gold Saucer at the Chocobo Jockey Room after Barret defeats Dyne in Corel Prison. If Cloud doesn’t pick up the Materia then it can’t be obtained for the rest of the game.

In Super Smash Bros. 4 and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Ramuh Splash Art for SSB4.
Ramuh in Smash 4

As a stage element[edit]

Ramuh appears as one of the summons on Midgar. During his entrance, a mountain rises in the background with him on top: he then casts an electric spell which moves the three floating platforms to a random position and electrifies them, damaging opponents who touch them. His summoner is immune to this effect.

In Smash 4, Ramuh also appears as a Profile icon, unlocked with Cloud and Midgar.

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