Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade Ramuh Boss Guide: How To Beat

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Ramuh

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade is the new and expanded version of the previous FFVII Remake. It includes new content such as upgrades, Yuffie’s DLC, and new missions. Wutai’s Finest, the first chapter in the game, faces us with Ramuh. Ramuh is a challenging and intimidating boss that you fight in at the Shinra Combat Simulator. This Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade guide will include all the details on how to defeat Ramuh. 

How to Defeat Ramuh in Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade

The first thing you have to do is to make your way to Chadley and talk to him. One of Chadley’s VR simulator challenges is to fight Ramuh. So accept it and make your way to the Shinra Combat Simulator VR arena. Ramuh is weak to Wind, whereas he has greater resistance to Fire and Ice and can absorb Lightning. 

First Phase

Most of Ramuh’s attacks are homing, so you have to keep on your toes and dodge with efficiency. Using Wind Elemental Ninjutsu is the best option as it does serious damage to Ramuh and can stagger him. He has a variety of attacks that he uses against you. Most are easy to dodge by going left or right.

However, attacks like Levin Arrows, even after dodging, can be dangerous as they stick to the ground, and touching them can do damage to you and paralyze you as well. Whittle down his health bar by constantly attacking him from afar by using long-range ninjitsu. 

Second Phase

As his health bar reaches 50%, he will spawn spark orbs, empowering him with lightning attacks. It would be best if you destroyed these orbs as fast as you can so that he becomes weak and vulnerable again, and you can deal damage to him.

Ramuh can make use of his Staff and Orbs upon being empowered to deal heavy damage to you. Dodging them can be challenging as you need to be very quick to respond. As you take out his health, he will soon fall, and you will obtain the Ramuh summon materia. 

This is how you can beat Ramuh in Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade. If you are interested in learning more about the game then you can check out our guide on how you can beat Scarlet

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