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Incineration Wave as it appears in Tales of Graces ƒ.

Incineration Wave (覇道滅封 Hadoumeppuu?, "Supreme Path Destroying Seal") is a Fire-elemental strike arte associated mainly with katana users in Tales series.

Arte Description and History

The user swings their weapon in front of them, releasing a beam of red light that deals damage in a chain of hits. Asbel Lhant's swings emit red trails, and he sends the beam with a slash. In Tales of Graces, it is one of the few artes whose execution changes between the Wii and PlayStation 3 versions. In the Wii version, using the arte twice in a row results in the full arte being repeated twice. In the PlayStation 3 version, the second arte in instead changed into a charge at the enemy. Asbel performs an uppercut that sends another beam of red light, calling this alteration "Infernal Blast". It is effective against spirit and nova enemies. Gaius's version of the move, on the other hand, releases the beam by extending his weapon-wielding arm straight in front of him. In Tales of Arise, this is one of Alphen's Flaming Edges and his version takes inspiration from Asbel's variant, where he emits a trail of lava with an upward swing of the Blazing Sword.

Appearances

Incineration Wave used by Gaius in Tales of Crestoria.

Original Titles

Crossover Titles

In-Game Descriptions and Battle Quotes

Tales of Graces

Japanese Description: 前方へ向けて巨大な灼熱波を放つ。驚異的な射程を持つ。

Alternate Japanese Quote (ƒ): 跡形も無く消えろ!
Alternate Localized Quote: "Begone!"

Second time:
Japanese Quote: 魔神の閃光!
Localized Quote: "Infernal blast!"

Tales of Xillia

Alternate Japanese Quote: 刻む!

Tales of Xillia 2

Japanese Description: 刀身より圧縮した闘気を解放する武身技。

Alternate Japanese Quote: 沈むがいい!ふん!

Tales of Crestoria

User: Gaius
Japanese Quote: 覚悟!覇道滅封!
Romanized Quote: Kakugo! Hadoumeppuu!

Tales of Arise

Japanese Description: 炎の剣を振り抜き、巨大な火柱を走らせる。使用すると自身もダメージを受ける
Localized Description: "A swing from the Blazing Sword that summons a large pillar of fire. Inflicts self-damage when used."


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