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Final Fantasy VIII Limit Breaks

Squall Rinoa Zell Quistis Selphie Irvine
Seifer Edea Laguna Kiros Ward

Limit Breaks

Each playable character in Final fantasy VIII can perform Limit Breaks. When their HP is critical (yellow), it is easier to get a Limit Break. When Squall, for instance, is critical, a arrow may appear beside the attack command. Simply press right on the D-Pad, to execute the Limit Break.
After the Limit Break is complete, there is a chance for a Final Attack. These are achieved by doing certain things for a character. An example would be for Zell's final attacks, you need to read the Combat King magazines. In this section, you will learn the final attacks of each character, and how to get them. Try to get everyone's Limit Breaks. They are some of the best attacks in the game.

final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii squall status
Squall's Limit Break:
Renzokuken

When Squall begins his Limit Break, a bar appears with a line running right to left. When it enters the small box on the left, hit the R1 trigger for higher damage. If you miss the chain will continue, but the damage will be significantly less.
After the chain is complete, there is a small chance a final attack will occur. The available final attack is determined by what weapon Squall is carrying. Bear in mind that though you might have the Lionheart Sword, the final attack might be one of the weaker ones. The upgrade on the weapon only UNLOCKS the final attack.

final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii weapon revolver Revolver
Rough Divide
final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii weapon shear trigger Shear Trigger
Rough Divide
Fated Circle
final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii weapon cutting trigger Cutting Trigger
Rough Divide
Fated Circle
final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii weapon flame saber Flame Saber
Rough Divide
Fated Circle
Blasting Zone
final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii weapon twin lance Twin Lance
Rough Divide
Fated Circle
Blasting Zone
final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii weapon punishment Punishment
Rough Divide
Fated Circle
Blasting Zone
final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii weapon lionheart Lionheart
Rough Divide
Fated Circle
Blasting Zone
Lionheart

final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy rinoa status
Rinoa's Limit Break:
Angelo Rush/Angel Wings
When Rinoa is in dire need, her dog Angelo will come running. He can even appear in battle, without being called upon. Rinoa can teach Angelo various tricks, by reading Pet Pals magazines. Once a magazine is read, a new trick is placed in Rinoa's status screen. Just select the trick you want to learn, and continue your journey. When it is complete, you will get a sound indicating the trick is learned. You can then select another trick for Angelo to learn.

final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii angelo
ANGELO'S TRICKS
Angelo Rush Begins with Damages one enemy/Random
Angelo Cannon Begins with Damage to all enemies
Angelo Strike Pet Pals Vol. 1 Damage to a single enemy
Angelo Recover Pet Pals Vol. 2 Restore critical HP member's HP
Invincible Moon Pet Pals Vol. 3 Makes entire party invisible
Angelo Reverse Pet Pals Vol. 4 Revive fallen party member
Angelo Search Pet Pals Vol. 5 Finds items in the battle field
Wishing Star Pet Pals Vol. 6 Damage to all enemies

final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii limit break angel wing Angel Wing
When Rinoa summons Angel Wing, she is berserked for the rest of the battle. Even if she is KO'ed, she will be revived berserked. Instead of using physical attacks, Rinoa will cast magic. Her speed and magic power are given a hefty boost, and the spells are chosen at random. The great thing, is the spells Rinoa uses will not be taken from your inventory.

final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii zell status
Zell's Limit Break: Duel
When Zell's limit is activated, a small window will appear at the bottom of the screen. This window shows all the available moves you can perform. To the right of the window, is the timer for your combo. If you do not enter a combo in the set time, the attack will end. When you correctly enter a combo, the window will disappear, then reappear with a new set of combos. Sometimes you might notice a blank spot in the window. When these appear, you can perform Punch Rush, instead of another move. Doing the combo's might seem difficult at first, but once you know them it is a breeze.

Attacks Button Sequence Learned from
Punch Rush Learned
Booya Learned
Heel Drop Learned
Mach Kick Learned
Dolphin Blow Combat King 001
Meteor Strike Combat King 002
Final Attacks
Burning Rave Learned
Meteor Barret Combat King 003
Different Beat Combat King 004
My Final Heaven Combat King 005

Once I got a hold of the Strategy Guide for Final Fantasy VIII, I discovered there is no randomness to the combo's. In the tables below is the string of combos needed to perform a final attack. I have tested each string to make sure they work.
*NOTE* The string attacks were redone, using Baradygames© Official Strategy Guide as a reference.

Burning Rave
final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii zell's limit break burning rave

Meteor Barret
final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii limit break meteor barret

Different Beat
final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii limit break different beat

My Final Heaven
final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii limit break my final heaven

final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii quistis status
Quistis's Limit Break:
Blue Magic
In Final Fantasy VIII, there is a slightly different way for you to get Blue Magic. In the previous titles, you needed to be hit with the spell, in order to learn it. Now you will need certain items to learn the spells. You can get the items a number of different ways. They are dropped/stolen from enemies, refined from cards, or in the case of Dark Matter, a refine ability is needed. Below is a list of the spells, and the items you need to learn the magic.

Spell Item Drop/Steal from Card Mod Refine
Ultra Wave Spider Web Caterchipillar Caterchipillar 1/1 -
Electrocute Coral Fragment Cockatrice
Creeps
Blitz
Creeps 1/1 -
LV? Death Curse Spike Forbidden
Imp
Malboro
Tri-Face
Tri-Face 1/1 -
Degenerator Black Hole Gesper
Wendingo
Dialos 1/100
Gesper 1/1
-
Aqua Breath Water Crystal Chimera
Fastitocalon
Fastitocalon Fin
Grand Mantis
Fastitocalon 1/1
Fastitocalon Fin 5/1
-
Micro Missile Missile Death Claw
GIM52A
- -
Acid Mystery Fluid Gayla Gayla 1/1 -
Gatling Gun Running Fire BGH251F2
Iron Giant
SAM08G
SAM08G 1/1 -
Fire breath Inferno Fang Hexadragon
Ruby Dragon
Ruby Dragon 10/1 -
Bad Breath Malboro Tentacle Malboro Malboro 4/1 -
White Wind Whisper Adamantoise - -
Homing laser Laser Cannon Belhelmel
Elastoid
Mobile Type 8
- -
Mighty Guard Barrier Behemoth Behemoth 10/1 -
Ray Bomb Power Generator Blitz - -
Shockwave Pulsar - - - Curse Spike 100/1*
Siren must be at level 100 to refine 100 Cursed Spikes into 1 Dark Matter

final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii selphie status
Selphie's Limit Break: Slot
When you select Selphie's Slot, a menu of spells will appear at the bottom of the screen. In the menu you will find regular spells, and spells with numbers by them. The numbers indicate the amount of times the spell will be cast. There is also an option to "Do Over", which replaces the current spell with a new one. If you are looking for one of Selphie's Limit spells, this is the option to choose. Do not worry about hitting enemies with restorative magic, or allies with offensive magic. Even if Selphie becomes confused, this will not happen.
The hardest spell to get is "The End". It requires Selphie to be in the highest levels, and the most critical HP. It is by far the best attack in the game. I was able to use it one time against Omega, and it even killed him.

Full-Cure Completely restores party's HP
Wall Casts Protect and Shell on the entire party
Rapture Wings attach to the enemy, and they are flown out of battle. (Doesn't work on bosses)
The End The enemy is relocated to a field of flowers, and laid to rest. (Works on all enemy and bosses, but for undead.)

final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii irvine status Irvine's Limit Break: Shot
When you select Irvine's Limit, you are given the option of what ammo to use. Take into consideration what might be needed. Are you facing one or more enemies, and is there an elemental weakness? This should help in choosing what to use. Once that is done, two windows will appear. The one on the right tells you the time left on the limit, and your ammo. The one on the left shows the enemies being targeted. You will need to move your cursor up and down to target different enemies.
Most of your ammo can be bought, stolen, or refined. Below is a list of Irvine's shots, and the ammo needed to use them. You can also reserve shots by watching the enemies targeted. If you are doing no damage, they are dead. Press the triangle button to end the Limit Break.

Limit Break Ammo Needed Description
Normal Shot Normal Ammo This shot causes normal amount of damage, with a medium load time.
Scatter Shot Shotgun Ammo This is the same as Normal Shot, but with this one you can hit all the enemies at once.
Dark Shot Dark Ammo This is just like Normal Shot, but you can also cause several different status effects too.
Flame Shot Fire Ammo This fire-elemental shot does damage to all enemies at once. It is perfect for enemies that are weak to fire. But ones that absorb fire, will absorb the shot as well.
Canister Shot Demolition Ammo This is a slow shot, with some major damage behind it. You can cycle through the enemies, but with the load time, it is difficult.
Quick Shot Fast Ammo This one is like a machine gun in terms of speed. Though it is not a strong shot, you can unload a lot in short order.
Armor Shot AP Ammo Armor shot is stronger and faster than Canister Shot.
Hyper Shot Pulse Ammo Maximum damage to one enemy, with a quick load time.

final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii seifer status Seifer's Limit Break:
Fire Cross
Seifer blasts his opponent with a major fire attack. When it strikes his foe, he follows with a blast from his Gunblade.

final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii edea status Edea's Limit Break:
Ice Strike
Calling on her powerful sorceress magic, Edea creates a giant icicle. She then hurls it into her opponents for heavy damage. (This is not an elemental attack, despite being ice in nature.)

final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii laguna status Laguna's Limit Break:
Desperado
Laguna tosses a live grenade into a group of enemies. He then grabs a rope, and unloads a barrage of bullets into the pack. The grenade then blows everything sky high, for incredible damage.

final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii kiros status Kiros's Limit Break:
Blood Pain
Kiros strikes hard and fast with his Katal knives. He rushes about the screen tearing up his foe, causing incredible damage to them.

final fantasy kingdom, final fantasy viii ward status Ward's Limit Break:
Heavy Anchor
Ward lunges his heavy anchor high in the air. He then jumps on top of it, and rides it back to the ground. The resulting shock wave devastates all enemies on the screen.