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Wielding a sword such as this is not a warrior's right. It is his privilege.
The Great Sword, called Claymore in the Origins version and originally known as Giant, is a mid-ranked sword for Warrior, Knight, Ninja, Red Mage, and Red Wizard. It provides 19 Attack, 15 Accuracy, and deals critical damage when used against Giants and can be found on Mount Gulg.
Claymore is the weakest greatsword (besides the Treaty-Blade and Sword of Kings) and requires 50 LP and Greatswords 1 license to use. It costs 10,500 gil to buy at Archades and provides 82 Attack and 10 Evade. All greatswords have 2.47s charge, and 1.2s action time, making them average what it comes to attacking speed.
Well-sharpened sword held by a chosen few.
Claymore returns again as a high-ranked broadsword that provides 45 Attack, 5 Defense, and 2 Evasion. It teaches Rend Weapon to Defenders for 350 AP and Whirlwind to Raptors for 300 AP. It can be bought for 3,800 gil in the shop after creating it in the Bazaar after using a Tarknov Crystal, Adamantite, and Tanned Tyrant Hide.
Claymore is a weapon for Queen. It provides 8 Attack Power. In the PSP version, it can be bought from the SPP Post after bringing Queen in multiplayer once for 1600 SPP and sells for 800 gil. In the HD version, it can be bought after defeating 30 enemies with Queen for 200 SPP and sells for 100 gil.
Great sword made for heavy knights. Really too heavy to be used much.
Claymore is a sword that can be used by any race. It provides 52 attack at level 1 and 134 attack at level 30, has one empty slot, and can be bought for 1170 gil. It can also be created for 300 gil by using White Silver x3 and a Protective Shell. When turned into a jewel, a level 3-9 Claymore makes a Guard Stone 1, level 10-19 makes a Holy Stone 4, and level 20-30 makes a Small Citrine.
Said to have once been used by giants, this huge weapon of the Norende region bears a name that means "great sword." Its massive size and weight make it difficult to wield, but its terrible destructive power makes it a favorite of mercenaries and other warriors who pride themselves in their strength.
Claymore is a level 29 greatsword that provides +23 Attack. It can be bought at the shop for 9,230 gil.
Two separate Claymores can be used. The first is a level 1 greatsword that provides +24 Attack and -2 Defense, and can be obtained by trading 16,100 gil. The second is a level 30 greatsword that provides +42 Attack, -2 Defense, and +5% Physical Damage, and can be obtained by trading one gil and a Rage of Conflict in the Labyrinth. It is used in the Labyrinth to get a Cottage.
The Claymore also appears as one of Vaan's weapons and Bravery attack Greatsword when in normal form.
The Claymore is a weapon and has two versions, one with a rarity of Normal, and one with a rarity of Normal Plus. The Normal version, at its base level, has an Attack of 270, a Defense of 270, a maximum level of 20, a Cost of 4, and a fast leveling rate. The normal plus version at its base level has an attack of 530, a defense of 560, a maximum level of 40, a cost of 8, and a normal leveling rate. Both weapons are classified as greatswords.
Swinging around this huge sword is a very effective means of anger management.
Claymore grants +1 to Attack. It can be equipped by Knight, Mystic Knight, Cecil, Bartz, Cloud, Squall, Seifer, Steiner, and Vaan.
Non-Final Fantasy appearancesEdit
Claymore is a spear that can be equipped by Santiago.
The claymore was a type of large, two-handed blade. It was used by Scottish troops circa 1500 - 1700 CE. The word comes from the Gaelic claidheamh mor meaning "very big sword", although the name was probably not used contemporaneously with the actual weapon.