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This is a guide on how to use Summons in Final Fantasy XV. Read on to learn about the available Summons in the game and how to use them in battle!
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You will have to obtain the Summons from different chapters in the game before you can use them in battle.
For a complete list of Summons, click the link below!
A prompt will show on the screen when a Summon becomes available to use. To use the Summon, press and hold the L2 button.
Summons deal massive damage to all enemies in the field and is capable of ending most battles immediately due to their sheer strength.
The aftermaths of their attacks will also leave temporary environmental effects (Summoning Ramuh will scorch the ground around the area).
The Summon system in Final Fantasy XV is quite different from the other Final Fantasy games. Each summon has its own requirement that you need to meet before you can have the chance to use them in battle.
Generally, the chances of getting an opportunity to use a Summon increases the longer the battle is being fought.
The chances of summoning Titan increases the more allies are in Danger or Down states.
Titan will not appear if there is not enough room around the battle zone.
Summoning chances for Ramuh increases the longer the battle is fought.
Ramuh can appear anywhere, making him the easiest to summon of all the Astrals.
The chances of Leviathan lending you her aid increases the longer Noctis is in Danger state.
Leviathan can only be summoned in areas with large bodies of water nearby.
Shiva will most likely to be summoned the more party members are in Danger or Down states.
Shiva can be summoned almost annywhere as long as the area has enough space.
Bahamut can only be summoned during a battle in Chapter 14 and cannot be summoned anywhere else.
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|Basic Commands and Controls||How to Fast Travel|
|Recommended Settings Before Starting||How to Save Game and Save Locations|
|Should I Drive at Night?||What Dialogue Options to Choose|
|What to Do When You Run Out of Fuel||How to Sprint Infinitely|
|Things to Do in Each Town||How to Fast Forward to Nighttime|
|How to Use Potions and Items||How to Change Appearance|
|Combat Guide||How to Point-warp and Warp-strike Easily|
|Wait Mode or Active Mode?||How to Beat Daemons|
|How to Use Summons||How to Get High Grades on Report Cards|
|How to Use Ring Magic||How to Break the Damage Limit|
|When to Use Royal Arms||Elemancy System and How to Use Spells|
|How to Switch Characters||-|
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|Merits and Demerits of Camping||How to Level Up Quickly|
|How to Farm EXP Quickly||-|
|Gil and Items|
|How to Earn Gil Quickly||How to Get Rare Coins|
|What to Buy Early in the Game||Best and Worst Treasure Items to Sell|
|List of Best Weapons and How to Get Them||List of Best Accessories and How to Get Them|
|List of Royal Arms Locations||List of Upgradable Weapons|
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