Ramuh’s lightning-based skills are visually spectacular, however efficiently utilizing them is a difficult prospect.
Blind Justice is the most important offender of the bunch as far as that goes. It’s pretty weak, it’s sluggish, and it’s simply type of awkward to use throughout too many fights. It can be utilized to punish slower single targets early on, however there’s not a lot room for it past that. I can’t think about counting on this potential as soon as clearly higher choices quickly develop into out there.
It’s equally tough to discover a dwelling for Lightning Rod. In apply, producing a lightning ball that chains between enemies as quickly as somebody runs into it sounds fairly good. In actuality, this potential is simply too passive in contrast to different AoE assaults, and it’s simply shy of ineffective in lots of boss fights.
Pile Drive is definitely a reasonably highly effective AoE potential. It strikes shortly, it offers respectable harm, and its knock-back impact makes it surprisingly invaluable towards robust single targets. However, it doesn’t actually transition effectively into the late sport, and it’s not even the very best AoE assault in Ramuh’s arsenal.
That honor goes to Thunderstorm. Thunderstorm is only a improbable AoE assault that additionally performs remarkably effectively towards single targets. You’re going to be utilizing this potential quite a bit whenever you first unlock it, though its usefulness begins to fall off when you unlock a pair extra Eikons.
Judgment Bolt is the clear winner of this bunch. The assault’s description tells you that it does “massive” harm towards single targets, and that description doesn’t lie. It’s just about your finest single-target harm possibility early on, and you’ll work it into late-game rotations if wanted.