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Dagger infused with the soul of a dancer.
A dagger that cleaves its dancing victim.
The Dancing Dagger is bought in the village of Mist for 5,000 gil. It has an Attack Power of 24, and when used as an item, will cast the Dancing Dagger spell, which inflicts moderate non-elemental damage to an enemy. This weapon is metallic.
Dancing Dagger is the fourth weakest dagger, with an Attack of 28. It can be forged using Kokkol Ore x3 and a Dagger at Kokkol's Forge. It is the best dagger in Rydia's Tale. It is still able to cast the Dancing Dagger spell to deal moderate non-elemental damage to one enemy.
Dagger infused with the soul of a dancer. Can be used with Spellblade.
The Dancing Dagger has an Attack power of 48, and boosts Speed and Magic by 1. When the user attacks with it, there is a 50% chance they will use the Dance command instead of the Attack command. The weapon can be obtained from the Moogle Village and is dropped by the enemy Shadow Dancer.
There is a Dancing Dagger bug in the iOS version where if the player dual-wields the Dancing Dagger with another weapon, and has the Dancing Dagger attack first and it uses Jitterbug to kill the enemy, the attack from the other weapon will bring the vanished enemy's art graphic back to the battlefield. The returned enemy counts as defeated though, and will never attack, so this bug is purely a visual error that will not affect anything. The battle is won after killing all other enemies.
There is a Dancing Dagger bug in the PC version where if the player toggles auto-combat before an Attack that would instead use Dance then all uses of the Attack will become Dance until auto-combat is disabled.
One of Rem Tokimiya's weapons is the Dancing Daggers. They can be bought from the SPP Shop for 1600 SPP after being unlocked. In the PSP version, it can be unlocked by bringing Rem to Multiplayer Mode once. In the HD version, it can be unlocked by defeating 30 enemies with Rem.
- Sword Dance: Physical attack with double power.
- Jitterbug: Same as "Drain" Magic
- Mystery Dance: Same as "Osmose" Magic
- Allure dance: Same as "Confuse" Magic
It also increases SPD by 2 and INT by 1. Originally owned by dancer Matoya.
Lenna Charlotte Tycoon wields the Final Fantasy V version of the Dancing Dagger.
The dancer's soul within this dagger causes your body to move of its own accord.
Dancing Dagger grants +4 to Attack. It can be equipped by Thief, Dancer, Locke, and Rinoa.
|Dancing Dagger (V)||Daggers||1||18||0||0|
|Additional stats: Accuracy +89, Evasion +3|
|Dancing Dagger (IV)||Daggers||1||39||4||0|
|Additional stats: Accuracy +92, Evasion +2|