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Dragon Claw FF7

The Dragon Claw in Final Fantasy VII.

A striking weapon in the form of a dragon's talons.
—Description, Final Fantasy II

The Dragon Claws (ドラゴンクロー, Doragon Kurō?), also known as Dragon Claw or Dragon's Claws, is a recurring knuckles in the series. It is generally a high-ranked weapon that either is Holy-elemental or deals extra damage when attacking dragons with it.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy IIEdit

II The Dragon Claws is Josef's ultimate weapon in the PSP version, providing 65 attack, 99% accuracy, 2% evasion, -5 Intelligence and Soul, and +30 Strength and Agility. Only one can be obtained in the Arcane Labyrinth.

Final Fantasy IVEdit

IV

Claw effective against dragons.
—Description

The Dragon Claws is the second-strongest weapon in the 2D remakes, bested by the Godhand, and can only be equipped by Yang. It provides no attack like all other claws, and also provides 90 accuracy, +10 Strength and Spirit, and deals extra damage when attacking dragons. Only one can be obtained, found at the Lunar Ruins.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

FFIVTAY The Dragon Claws returns as the second-strongest claw, being bested by the Tiger Fangs. It provides 0 attack, 50% accuracy, +10 Strength and Spirit, and deals extra damage against dragons, but unlike in the previous game, the Dragon Claws are Holy-elemental as well. It can be equipped only by Yang, Ursula, and Edge, and is obtained by defeating Tiamat.

Final Fantasy VIEdit

VI

Claws infused with holy power.
—Description

The Dragon Claws is the third strongest weapon for Sabin in the Advance remake, while being the second strongest weapon for him in the SNES/PSX versions, being bested by the Tiger Fangs originally, as well as the Godhand in the Advance release. It provides 188 attack, +2 Strength, +1 Magic, and is Holy-elemental. It can be obtained from Darill's Tomb. Betting the Dragon Claws in the Dragon's Neck Coliseum will pit the player against a Test Rider, and if they win they will receive a Sniper.

Final Fantasy VIIEdit

VII The Dragon Claw is a high-ranked weapon for Tifa, and provides 62 attack, 114 hit rate, 13 magic, Critical +2%, and has one unlinked materia slot and two linked materia slots, for a total of 5 materia slots. It can be bought for 10,000 gil at Icicle Inn.

Final Fantasy IXEdit

IX

Weapon made from a dragon's claw.
—Description

The Dragon's Claws is a mid-ranked weapon for Amarant, which provides 53 attack, is Water-elemental, and teaches No Mercy and Counter. Only one can be obtained, found at the Forgotten Lagoon from Chocograph 7 during the Chocobo Hot and Cold minigame.

Final Fantasy XIEdit

XI

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Final Fantasy Mystic QuestEdit

FFMQ The Dragon Claw is the strongest claw, obtained from Tristan at Spencer's Place. It has 80 base power, while its attack power is anywhere between 87.5~192.5, while also granting +5 Magic and having a chance to inflict Poison, Paralyze, Sleep, Confuse, Blind, Petrify, and Silence when successfully inflicting damage with it.

While it isn't as powerful as the other weapons, the high amount of status ailments that it can inflict make it useful against regular enemies. Outside of battle, it can be used as a grappling hook.

Final Fantasy DimensionsEdit

FFD

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Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

FFAB

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Final Fantasy All the BravestEdit

ATB

Except for all harder materials, dragon claws are the hardest material known.
—Description

Dragon Claws grants +5 to Attack. It can be equipped by Monk, Tifa, Red XIII, Snow, and Chocobo.

Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

FFRK

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Final Fantasy ExplorersEdit

FFE

Claws that deal extra damage to dragons and bolster elemental resistance to repel their breath.
—Description
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Final Fantasy Brave ExviusEdit

FFBE

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Other appearancesEdit

Ehrgeiz: God Bless the RingEdit

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EtymologyEdit

A dragon is a legendary creature, typically with serpentine or reptilian traits, that features in the myths of many cultures.

In East Asian cultures, the dragon and the tiger are considered eternal rivals. Various artworks depict the two fighting an epic battle, the dragon representative of things of Yang polarity and spirit, with the tiger representative of things of Yin polarity and matter. Ultimately, they represent the inevitable reconciliation of opposing but equal forces. The dragon is a creature of the skies, whereas the tiger is considered the king of all terrestrial beasts, and their bouts always end in a draw.

In the context of Eastern and Asian martial arts, the dragon represents the aspects of soft style and internal martial arts, focusing on accuracy, mental alertness, and fluid reactivity. The tiger represents the aspects of hard style and external martial arts, focusing on explosive speed, raw strength, and countering an opposing force with one's own. In martial arts fiction and fantasy, internal based martial arts are often seen with abilities centered on chi energy and spiritual powers, while external martial arts are depicted with unparalleled physical proportions, with the most reputable martial arts being able to harmonize and utilize both aspects as one force.

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