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A battle axe with a long handle. Designed for two-handed use, it can easily chop off an enemy's limbs.
Battle Axe (バトルアクス, Batoru Akusu?), also known as Battle Ax or Battle, or Hand, is a recurring weapon in the series. It is usually the game's starting axe or is otherwise a low-level axe. It is normally wielded by the Berserker class, or by heavy melee classes such as Paladin or, in rare cases, Dragoon. It usually never has any special abilities or effects.
An axe made for battle.
Battle Axe (known as Hand in the NES version) is the weakest axe, and can only be used by Warrior, Knight, and Ninja. It has an Attack of 16 and Accuracy of 5, and can be bought in Pravoka for 450 gil (Dawn of Souls and 20th Anniversary versions) and 550 gil (in older versions).
An axe tempered for battle.
Battleaxe is the second weakest axe, with Viking Axe being weaker. It has an Attack Power of 65. It is used by Onion Knight, Warrior, and Viking. It can be bought in Amur for 5,500 gil (NES) and 7,400 gil (3D).
Battle Axe is used by Kain, Luca, Golbez, and Gekkou. It provides 62 Attack, +3 Strength, and -3 Intelligence and Spirit. It can be bought in Baron for 2500 gil (with Kain) or made in Kokkol's Forge during Rydia's Tale.
Axe made for combat. Can be used two-handed.
Battle Axe is the weakest axe with an Attack of 20. It can only be used by the Freelancer, Berserker, and Gladiator, or those who have the Equip Axe ability equipped. It can be bought in Walse for 650 gil or stolen from Bio Soldier.
Battle Axe is the weakest axe, and can be bought in Chapter 1 for 1,500 gil or poached from Wisenkin. It has a measly 9 Attack power. As with all axes, it does a randomized amount of damage that depends on the power of the character using it, and is two-handed.
An unwieldy ax made for war. It takes time to master.
Battle Ax is a low-ranked axe that can be equipped by any race. At level 1, it provides 15 Attack while at level 30 it provides 100 attack. It also has 1 empty slot, and can be bought for 315 gil. It can also be created for 80 gil by using Copper x3 and a Bone. When turned into a jewel, a level 3-9 Battle Ax will make a Monkite, a level 10-19 Battle Ax will make a Thunder Stone 3, and a level 20-30 Battle Ax will make a Small Citrine.
Battle Axe is the second level axe and is found in Fireburg. It has an Attack of 62.
The weapon is called Battle and it has an axe icon before its name. Having an attack power of 20, it's the weakest axe. It can bought for 500 G at Lae in the Past. The player can get one for free during the introductory battle, have Myron enter his item menu and remove his weapon. When the fight is over and the player resumes control, Myron will now be the 5th party member and the inventory will have an extra Battle. This is an advanced weapon for this point in the game.
The Battle Axe is one of Gilgamesh's eight weapons, used at random when he attacks and in his EX Mode. It inflicts a random amount of Bravery damage when used, mirroring the effect of axe-type weapons in Final Fantasy XII.
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A metal axe that was designed for combat and takes defense into consideration as well.
An axe used for ordinary tasks that was enhanced to serve as a weapon on the battlefield. In ancient times, the axe was a necessary tool for daily life activities, such as chopping wood. It is believed that its implementation as a weapon at the time stems from how instinctually users would draw this reliable tool when surrounded by beasts or enemies. However, being heavier than a sword, using it requires broad swings that unfortunately reduce accuracy.
Non-Final Fantasy appearancesEdit
Battle Axe is a hammer that can be equipped by Kamo.
A battle axe is an axe specifically designed for combat. Battle axes were specialized versions of utility axes. Many were suitable for use in one hand, while others were larger and were deployed two-handed.