- For the foe in EBF2 and 5, see Nuclear Bomb.
(Any information regarding it should be moved onto that article.)
- "Valkyrie, nuke my position, now. Stand back team, I'm gonna glass this whole area."
- ―Lance, Epic Battle Fantasy 4
|Status resistances||Poison, Seal, Blind|
During EBF2 the Nuke appears as a helper for the Valkyrie Tank, which may be summoned as a random turret during tank's second phase. Its only "attack" is a countdown; when the countdown ends, it will launch itself and explode, dealing massive damage to Matt and Natalie, capable of easily killing them in one strike. Fortunately, it is relatively fragile compared to other components of the boss, especially when hit with its weakness.
On Epic Difficulty, Nukes take only two turns to launch, and the Valkyrie Tank tends to spawn two at a time. In this situation, the only option may be to use the Ion Cannon summon.
The Limit Break
The Nuke Limit Break calls back to its appearance in EBF2; using his radio, Lance orders the Valkyrie Tank to launch a massive nuclear missile that hits the enemies in a devastating explosion. It deals massive Fire-based damage to all foes and inflicts a negative status effect (Poison in EBF3, Burn in EBF4) on foes and players alike. Because of the indiscriminate nature of its secondary effect, Nuke requires some thought and planning to use, although it is still far less dangerous than the Black Hole Limit Break.
In EBF4, Dark Lance can also use Nuke, without any negative consequence to his side.
Epic Battle Fantasy 3
Epic Battle Fantasy 4
Nuke no longer deals recoil damage to the players.
|Limit Break! Targets all foes. Burns the targets and all allies too.|
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|Note: Forces the players to jump off the screen, curing Freeze.|
Epic Battle Fantasy 5
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- The Bestiary in Epic Battle Fantasy 2 identifies the Nuke as a "V3 Rocket". This is one of many Nazi allusions in Lance's EBF2 appearance; in this case, a parallel to the V1 and V2 missiles used by Nazi Germany in the final months of World War 2.
- In EBF2, one medal requires you to be hit by a Nuke. In EBF3, you can earn a medal by using the Nuke Limit Break for the first time.
- In EBF4, Nuke no longer dealing recoil damage to the players is explained as Lance having evacuated the entire team from the field, right before the nuke hits.