|Description||Grants Spd+3. At start of combat, if unit's HP ≥ 25%, grants Atk/Spd+6 to unit during combat, and also, if unit initiates combat or foe initiates combat and uses magic or staff, reduces damage from foe's first attack by 40% and boosts unit's next attack by total damage reduced (by any source, including other skills). Resets at end of combat.|
- The stat increase that can be applied by Ginnungagap is considered a combat boost.
- Magic refers to .
- The damage reduction is calculated after offensive Specials and skills that deal extra damage, such as .
- Damage reductions by percentage stack multiplicatively, unlike interactions related to the weapon-triangle, such as gem weapons and .
- For more information, see Damage calculation.
- , , , , and and with offensive Specials will neutralize Ginnungagap's damage reduction effect when the special triggers.
- will reduce the damage reduction of Ginnungagap by 50%.
- If Ginnungagap triggers multiple times during combat, all reduced damage is accumulated up to the unit's next attack, and resets to 0 at the end of combat. If the unit cannot counterattack the damage boost will not be used.
- The damage boost effect of Ginnungagap ignores Def and Res.
- Sources of damage reduction by percent that stack multiplicatively with Ginnungagap's damage reduction include allies' skills such as and . These skills will also count for Ginnungagap's damage boost.
- , , , , , and with offensive Specials will neutralize Ginnungagap's damage reduction effect when the special triggers, and therefore negates the damage boost for the unit's next attack.
- will reduce the damage reduction of Ginnungagap's damage reduction effect by 50%, and therefore will halve the damage boost given from the unit's damage reduction from foe's attack.
- Skills such as and will also count as a source of damage reduction, and therefore will calculate the damage boost equal to the total damage from the foe's damage (including calculations with specials) -1.
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|Spanish (Latin America)||Ginnungagap|
|Traditional Chinese (Taiwan)||金倫加|