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Popular among assassins, this dagger has the power to doom its victims to certain death.
The Assassin's Dagger (アサシンダガー, Asashin Dagaa?), also called Assassin Dagger or Assassin, is a recurring dagger in the Final Fantasy series. It is often among the stronger weapons for Thieves and Ninja and inflicts instant death on its targets. Due to this, the weapon proves ineffective against undead enemies, often restoring them to full health.
A dagger that casts Kill when used.
Dagger that has a chance to kill with one blow.
The SNES version was simply called Assassin, but in later release it was called Assassin Dagger and is the weaker version of the Assassin's Dagger introduced in the GBA version. The weak version has an Attack power of 29, Accuracy of 55%, +5 Strength, +5 Agility, +5 Stamina, -10 Intelligence, and -10 Spirit. The weapon can also inflict instant death. This dagger was dummied out and cannot be obtained via normal means. The weapon can still be found within the data of recent Final Fantasy IV versions.
The second Assassin's Dagger can be dropped by the Chaotic Knight or bought in the Lunar Ruins. It is the strongest dagger, boosting 130 Attack, as well as 49 Accuracy and +15 Agility. It has a chance to inflict instant death on hit. It only appears in the Advance and The Complete Collection versions.
The weapon is bugged in the North American and original Japanese releases of the Advance version, and does not inflict Death on hit. The bug was fixed in the second Japanese release and the European ports. Both version of the Assassin's Dagger are metallic weapons.
In the Easy Type version, it was renamed to Combat Knife.
The Assassin's Dagger returns as a high-ranked dagger that provides 85 Attack and 40% Accuracy. It is found in the Depths after defeating Lich. A similar weapon, named the Assassin Knife, exists in the game's code, but was dummied out. It would have been equipped by Cecil, Ceodore, Kain, Rosa, Golbez, Rydia, Palom, Edward, Calca and Brina.
Dagger that sometimes finishes enemy in one blow. Can be used with Spellblade.
Blade that may randomly dispatch an enemy in one hit.
Assassin's Dagger can be found in the Cave to the Sealed Gate in a chest to the right of the cave's entrance. It has an attack power of 106, +3 Speed, +2 Magic, and has the chance to inflict Instant Death.
It also enables the Runic command, can also be metamorphed from Ninja, Covert, and Outsider, or won in the Dragon's Neck Coliseum by betting the Valiant Knife and defeating a Baalzephon enemy. Betting the Assassin's Dagger will net the player a Swordbreaker if they defeat a Test Rider.
The weapon is affected by the Capture glitch.
The Assassin's Dagger can be used with the Daggers 2 license for 20 LP. It provides +25 Attack, +5 Speed, and has a 5% chance of instant death on hit. Assassin's Dagger is among the slowest daggers with 2.06s charge and 1.2s action time, but it is still faster than all other types of weapons, apart from Ninja Swords.Noctis and Ignis.
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10% chance to inflict Poison
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Shop: Lestallum, Verins Mart, Ch.7: Imperial vendor outside Steyliff Grove
Blades favored by assassins, infused with venom. They may inflict poison with each strike.
The Assassin's Daggers are the second strongest weapon for Rem. They provide 59 Attack Power and have a 10% chance of inflicting Instant Death. They can be bought at the shop in the Armory for 60,000 gil after clearing United Front mission on Finis difficulty. In the PSP version, they can also be obtained by exchanging for 10 tickets on the Square Enix Members site.
Five centuries after the Crystal Orthodoxy was founded, assassins targeted many of its high officials. This dagger, favored by an assassin who was captured and executed by the High Inquisitor of the time, is revered by the shadowy ones as the Orthodoxy's bane.
Five centuries after the Crystal Orthodoxy was founded, assassins targeted many of its high officials. This dagger, favored by an assassin who was captured and executed by the high inquisitor of the time, is revered by the shadowy ones as the Orthodoxy's bane.
The Assassin's Dagger is a level 64 dagger that adds 43 to Attack and increases the EX Gauge by 20% at the start of the battle. It can be obtained by trading 19,610 gil, a Main Gauche, Mammoth Tusk x3, and Transmogridust x4.
The Assassin's Dagger is now at level 30 and increases ATK +38, DEF +2, and fills the player's EX bar by +10% at the start of a battle. It can be obtained by trading 61,000 gil, a Main Gauche, and an Unknown's Bone.
The name says it all. Killing monsters isn't assassination, but who's counting?
Assassin's Dagger grants +5 to Attack. It can be equipped by Thief, Dancer, Locke, and Rinoa.
|Assassin's Dagger (VI)|
(Assassin Dagger (VI))
|Additional stats: Accuracy +95|
Bonus effects when equipped: Adds small chance to instant KO.
An enchanted dagger used by those in the business of taking lives. It can inflict instant death.
Non-Final Fantasy appearancesEdit
Seiken Densetsu 3Edit
The Deathstroke is the ultimate weapon for Hawkeye should he take the Dark-most class of the Ninja, the Nightblade, a Thief class that has taken the arts of the ninja into a renegade path of a professional killer. It is an elongated jet black miserecorde like dagger, with tarnished brass mouthpieces, a fleshy leather like material for its handle, and another smaller blade at its pommel. It is a dagger made of materials that when exposed to darkness, completely absorbs all light and blends into shade, hiding its presence completely. Its lethality is further realized through its blade design, allowing it to cut and pierce into its victims without effort, making it perfect for assassinations.
Assassins were a secret order of Nizari Ismailis, particularly those of Persia and Syria, that formed in the late 11th century. Mentions of Assassins were preserved within European sources where they are depicted as trained killers, responsible for the systematic elimination of opposing figures.The