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Belt that raises Strength.
Black cloth belt from a distant land. Wearer will sometimes counter physical attacks.
The Black Belt may let the user counterattack when hit by a physical attack. The chances of the wearer countering is 1/4, and the wearer is unable to counter physical attacks if they have the KO, Petrify, M-Tek, Zombie, Sleep, Confuse, Dance, Stop, or Freeze statuses. It can be dropped from Captain, and bought in Tzen, Narshe, and Thamasa for 5,000 gil.
The Black Belt grants +20 ATK and +20 VIT and prevents both Poison and Curse. It can be won as a mission reward for mission 1-1-4, found in a treasure chest in missions 2-5-3 and 9-2-1 and as a rare drop from Vajradhara Kumbhira and Vajradhara Kinnara. It sells for 7,500 gil. It can also be used in Materia Fusion, where two Black Belts grant the Materia +1 to ATK.
It can be found in Black Mage Village by climbing up the ladder in the shop, synthesized in Alexandria (disc 3), Lindblum (disc 3) and Daguerreo by expending a Twist Headband, a Survival Vest and 4,000 gil.
The Black Belt accessory grants the wearer a +20 boost in both Strength and Defense. It sells for 2000 gil. The Black Belt can be found in a treasure chest on Mi'ihen Highroad (Chapter 5) or traded for 5,000 credits in Open Air, Inc. at the Calm Lands. It can be dropped by Adamantoise (Oversoul) and stolen from Adamantortoise (rare).
The Black Belt is the strongest in the line of martial art belts available only to Monks, the others being White, Purple, and Brown Belts, respectively. The Black Belt grants the wearer STR+7, Subtle Blow +5, Physical Damage Taken -5%, and an unprecedented Haste +12%—the most gear haste allotted to any single piece of armor, even in the current era of iLVL weapons and armor.
It is acquired from the quest "Beat Around the Bushin", the last of three belt-related quests, available only to Monks who have obtained Level 71 and already earned their Brown Belt. Players must obtain three rare drops from powerful HNMs: a Wyrm Beard (from field HNMs Fafnir and Nidhogg, or from defeating Wyrm in the instanced KS99 battlefield "Early Bird Catches The Wyrm"), an Adamantoise Egg (from field HNMs Adamantoise and Aspidochelone, or from defeating Tartaruga Gigante in the instanced KS99 battlefield "The Hills Are Alive"), and a Behemoth Tongue (from field HNMs Behemoth and King Behemoth, or from defeating Chlevnik in the instanced KS99 battlefield "Horns of War"). After gathering all three items, players must lastly forfeit their Brown Belt to complete the quest and obtain their reward.
The Black Belt is an accessory that makes the wearer immune to Disable. It can be stolen from Vossler (rare), found as a randomly spawning treasure chest at the Ozmone Plain (The Switchback), or the Giza Plains - The Rains (Tracks of the Beast), and bought at Eruyt Village, Mt Bur-Omisace and Rabanastre Lowtown (after the events at Pharos) for 600 gil.
Black Belt is an accessory that increases resistance to Physical attacks by 10% to up to 20%, depending on its level, and is upgraded from the General's Belt by the use of an Uraninite. It can be bought from B&W Outfitters in the Retail Network for 4,500 gil.
A belt of black material that signifies mastery in a martial art that originated in the Land of Wa, a mysterious island nation that vanished centuries ago. It is now considered a symbol of expertise in combat.
The Black belt is an accessory that increases Critical by 15. It can be found in the Vampire Castle.
black belt is a way to describe a graduate of a field where a practitioner's level is often marked by the color of the belt. The black belt is commonly the highest belt color used and denotes a degree of competence. It is often associated with a teaching grade though frequently not the highest grade or the "expert" of public perception.In martial arts, the