Power Metal is a recurring spell in the Epic Battle Fantasy series. It summons two large speakers that briefly play intense rock music, hitting all enemies with Wind-based magic damage and slightly healing all players's HP.
Its damage can be increased by equipping a Wind-element weapon (such as the Swift Brand or the Vortex Cannon). It often gains a similar boost from guitar-based weapons (such as the Razorback), if they aren't already Wind-based.
In EBF4, Power Metal is similar to its previous incarnations, once again being a shared skill for Matt and Lance. However, it now has a Limit Break variant: Death Metal. Both skills can be obtained by completing a quest for an NPC outside Whitefall Town's Equip Shop, who calls Power Metal "the song of my people".
If you give the skill to Matt, it will become one of his only offensive magic skills, as well as his only skill that heals the other players.
On the other hand, if you give the skill to Lance, it will be great for both offensive and defensive purpose, as Lance has higher magic attack than Matt does. The damage will be dramatically increased if Lance equips Vortex Cannon along with Mage Hat.
Power Metal's limit break variant- Death Metal is extremely useful against Rafflesia.
Epic Battle Fantasy 4
|Other||Targets all foes. Heals all allies. High accuracy.|
- The song playing from the speakers in EBF1, EBF2, and EBF3 is Though the Fire and Flames by DragonForce. In EBF4, the song was changed to Winter Night's Journey (Through The Storm) by LEAF XCEED.
- In EBF3, Matt says : 'through the fire and flames we carry on!' obviously referring to the song being played.
- In EBF4, Matt states that he can't hear himself think the first time this is used.