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- "These knuckles sport short, but sharp, claws."
- —Description, Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift
The Cat Claws (猫の爪, Neko no Tsume?), also known as Cat Claw ,Cat's Claws and CatCraw, are a recurring weapon in the Final Fantasy series. It is a weapon for Ninjas and Monks, and is usually a knuckle or claw, though it has also been a dagger. It has been a powerful and a weak weapon depending on the game, but is generally a highly accurate weapon despite its power.
- "A weapon with razor-sharp blades."
- "A three-bladed weapon fashioned into a glove."
The Cat Claws is the strongest knife in the game, with the highest Accuracy as well. It provides 86 Attack, 80% Accuracy, and 2% Evasion, and can be found in a chest after defeating the Blue Dragon in the Jade Passage.
- "Claw that sometimes puts the enemy to sleep."
The Cat Claws is a claw for Yang and Edge found in the Tower of Babil. It provides no attack power like all of the other claws, but provides 49 Accuracy, the highest Accuracy of all claws, as well as the ability to inflict Sleep and granting +3 Strength and Agility. Additional others must be won from Cait Sith, Coeurl, and Coeurl Regina enemies. In the non-DS versions, one more can be found in the Sylph Cave.
Cat Claws returns in the sequel of Final Fantasy IV and it's the strongest claws in the game. The claws can be equipped by Yang, Monk A, Monk B, and Edge. It can only be dropped by Cait Sith found in the Upper Section of the Tower of Babil while playing as Edge. It has an attack power of 0 and a accuracy of 49 with a 30% chance of inflicting Sleep upon hit.
The Cat Claws is a high ranked weapon for Yang, Edge, and Ursula. It provides no Attack boost as with all other claws, but provides 40% Accuracy, +5 Strength and +5 Speed, as well as the ability to put enemies to Sleep when attacking with it. It can either be found in Yang's Challenge Dungeon or won from Cait Sith and Coeurl.
- "Ordinary claws used for combat."
The Cat's Claws is a knuckle for Amarant, and is his initial equip and weakest weapon. It teaches the Chakra and Counter abilities, and has 23 Attack. It can also be bought for 4,000 gil at Alexandria, Treno, and Ipsen's Castle.
- "Small knuckles with sharp, raking claws."
The Cat Claw is a knuckle that teaches White Monks the Chakra ability and teaches Gadgeteer the Golden Battery ability. It provides 35 Attack, 2 Speed, and 1 Evasion, and is a random reward for completing missions.
The Cat Claws is a knuckle that, again, teaches White Monks the Chakra ability, as well as teaching Berserkers the Smite of Rage ability and the Tinker the Gold Battery ability. It provides +37 Attack and +2 Speed and Evasion, and can be bought for 1,100 gil in the shop after creating it in the Bazaar after using a Mythril, Sweet Sap, and Quality Hide.
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The weapon is called CatClaw and it has a dagger icon before its name. It can be bought for 26000 GP in Edo and Final Town, but can also be found in Nasty Dungeon. It has 50 use, it also increases a Robot's HP by 99 and increases their Agl by 22. The damage formula for CatClaw is the user's Agl x13. Strangely, the CatClaw is classified as a dagger but uses the rapier weapon image when attacking during battle.
The weapon is called CatClaw in the game and it has a claw icon before its name. It has an attack power of 45 and it can be bought for 2400 G at Viper in the Future.
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The Cat Claws return as a level 60 Grappling weapon that provides -522 HP, +69 Bravery, +48 Attack, and +5% Chase Bravery Damage. It can be obtained by trading 130,760 gil, the Tigerfangs, Behemoth Leather, and five Horror's Dreams.
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- "Meowing maniacally while fighting increases the damage these claws inflict. Try it!"
Cat Claws grants +2 to Attack. It can be equipped by Monk, Tifa, Red XIII, Snow, and Chocobo.
- In Final Fantasy Origins (and subsequent remakes), the Cat Claws are depicted as a dagger (as in the NES/Famicom games) in Final Fantasy, but a clawed glove (as in future appearances) in Final Fantasy II. The probable reason for this is that Final Fantasy has only a "swinging" animation for weapons, which would not make sense for a glove, while Final Fantasy II has a "thrusting" animation used for spears which also works for the Cat Claws.