The Rainbloom is a foe in Epic Battle Fantasy 4. It is a helper to the Rainbow Rafflesia boss — as such, it is exclusive to the Steam release of the game and the post-Battle Mountain update version of the Premium Pack.
The Rainbloom is a flower with multicolored petals and teethlike parts surrounding a stamen.
Rainblooms are aggravating spellcasting minions that use an immense amount of skills, though they can be circumvented with Syphon.
Rainblooms can use most of the elements in the game with their single-target magic, so elemental resistance is futile. Furthermore, they can inflict a variety of statuses, also making resistance difficult.
If a Rainbloom is hit with Syphon or Berserk, they will kill themselves with an attack that deals non-elemental damage to a single player. While they have inherently sky-high Magic Attack, their Attack is normal; as such, taking a turn to Syphon them as they appear tends to reduce their damage output in the long run.
Rainblooms are weak to Wind, but resist both Dark and Holy.
Rainbloom also takes a part in wave 24 of Monster Marathon, alongside other flowers.
|A rainbow-colored flower which uses all sorts of elemental spells. Suicides when syphoned or berserked.|
|Item Drop Rate|
|Name||Jungle Flower||Lanky Root||Rainbow Gems||-||-||-||-|
|Damage taken from status effects, in % of maximum health (per turn), including elemental resistances:|
(if Death fails)
|7%|| 3% per stack,|
up to 27%
|Final damage is randomized by ±5% (except for Doom) and rounded down.|
Attacks and Abilities
|Notes: The user dies during this attack.|
Is used only while under the effect of Berserk or/and Syphon.
The following describes general logic of the enemy and attack patterns, with chances of each attack to be used. Conditions are listed from highest to lowest priority unless specified otherwise.
- Berserked or/and Syphoned → Suicide;
- Otherwise → Fireball (1/6), Thunderbolt (1/6), Iceshard (1/6), Gaia Bloom (1/6), Whirlwind (1/6), Bubbles (1/6).