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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time.
A lance treasured by Lilities. It finds foes as if it had a mind of its own.
Brionac (, also known as ブリューナグ, Buryūnagu ) ? Lúin and Luin, is a recurring spear in the series.
Luin is a weapon for Kimahri, obtained when the dominant abilities on any spear are Triple Overdrive, Triple AP, and Overdrive → AP.
Barbed lance imbued with the might of the storm.
Lúin is the second strongest spear for Llyud, which in its base form provides 90 Attack, 45 Magic Attack, 40 Attack Speed, is Lightning-elemental, and gives increased attack range. It is forged with the Hammer of Lightning recipe.
Brionac is a Dragoon level 60 weapon with an item level of 210. It is the upgraded Antiquated Brionac, which is bought using Allagan Tomestones of esoterics. It provides 76 physical damage, 72.96 auto-attack damage with an auto-attack delay of 2.88. It provides the bonuses of Strength +109, Vitality +115, Critical Hit Rate +102 and Skill Speed +71.
Brionac is a mid-ranked spear that provides 68 Attack, 10 Defense, +25 Stun, and has three available slots for jewels. It can be used by any race.
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Brionac is a mid to high-ranked spear that provides 73 Attack, 20 Hit Rate, and is Wind-elemental.
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Etymology Edit Lugh, is a weapon from Celtic mythology.
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Lúin of Celtchar is the name of a long, fiery lance or spear belonging to Celtchar mac Uthechar and wielded by other heroes, such as Dubthach, Mac Cécht, and Fedlimid.
In the Ulster Cycle of early Irish literature, the