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A whip made from chains instead of leather. It is much heavier than its leather counterpart, but makes up for this with its great attack power. It also boasts of quite a long reach, making it a very useful weapon for offensive fighting. However, the loud sound it makes as it is being carried and its inability to land fatal strikes make the chain whip unsuitable for infiltration and covert missions.
Chain Whip (チェンウィップ, Chēn Wippu?) is a recurring weapon in the series. It is often the second weakest whip in the games it appears in, and usually has no special function. Oftentimes, it is long-ranged, meaning characters equipped with it can attack for full damage even from the back row, and is often a weapon of choice for Beastmasters and sometimes Summoners.
Iron chain whip.
The Chain Whip is the second weapon that Rydia can acquire. It can be bought in Tomra and the Feymarch for 8,000 gil, and has an Attack of 30, Accuracy of 5, and a chance to inflict Paralyze when attacking. This weapon is metallic.
Chain Whip is a whip with 30 Attack and a chance to inflict Paralyze. It can be acquired in various ways.
Iron chain whip. Full power from back row.
Chain Whip is the third weakest whip, with the Whip and Shock Whip being weaker. It can be bought in Regole, Quelb, and Castle of Bal, has an Attack of 49, and can inflict Paralyze when attacking with it.
Whips are effective against enemies that are close or far away. This Chain Whip has a simple design, but is very reliable in battle.
The chain whip is a weapon used in some Asian martial arts, particularly traditional Chinese disciplines, in addition to modern and traditional wushu. It consists of several metal rods, which are joined end-to-end by rings to form a flexible chain. Generally, the whip has a handle at one end and a metal dart, used for slashing or piercing an opponent, at the other. A cloth flag is often attached at or near the dart end of the whip and a second flag may cover the whip's handle.