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This bronze shield is rather small, allowing the user to deftly block his opponent's attacks.
Bronze Shield, also known as Bronze and Buckler, is a recurring shield in the series. It is often a low-ranked shield or the weakest shield in the game, being easily trumped by later shields.
Small shield made of bronze.
Bronze Shield is a low-ranked shield, only being slightly stronger than the Buckler. It provides 10% Evade and -70 Int/Spr, and can be bought for 150 gil (200 in the NES/PSX versions) at Paloom, Poft, Bafsk, and Salamand, or dropped from Goblin Prince.
Lightweight bronze shield.
Bronze Shield is a low-ranked shield that requires the Shields 2 license to equip and provides 12 Evade. It can be bought for 1,200 gil at Rabanastre, Bhujerba, and Tomb of Raithwall, or found at Ogir-Yensa Sandsea (Platform 1 - Refinery and Platform 2 - Refinery).
In the International version, it now provides 11 Defense and can only be bought for 800 gil at Rabanastre, Bhujerba, and Dreadnought Leviathan.
Simple shield of worked copper.
A simple shield of bronze.
The armor is called Bronze and it has an shield icon before its name. It can be bought in First Town for 50 GP and found in Cave of North. It has 50 uses, provides a Evasion of 50%, add 9 HP to Robots, and increases their Def by 2.
Bronze is the weakest shield, bought in Dharm in the Present for 700 GP. It provides 2 defense and 2 magic defense.
Bronze Shield is a low-ranked shield that provides 2 Defense and 12 Evade.
One of the heavier shields. This shield is much broader than its lighter counterparts and made of bronze, a combination that makes it heavy. It can be used to cover the entire body against enemy attacks, but really slows down movement, making it hard to gauge the right timing to guard. The building of a warrior's defense requires not only swords and lances, but also the power to move while sporting armor, a helmet, and a shield.