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Harp that weaves a sleep-inducing melody.
Dream Harp (夢の竪琴, Yume no Tategoto?), also known as Dreamer and Dreamer's Harp, is a recurring weapon in the series. It is often the weakest harp and has a chance of inflicting the Sleep status on enemies when attacking with it. It is a favorite of Bards.
The Dream Harp is the second strongest harp, and is only usable by Onion Knight and Bard. It has an Attack of 60, gives +5 Mind, and inflicts Sleep when attacking with it. It can be acquired in Duster. The Bard will use the Paeon song which restore a portion of their HP on the entire party.
In the NES version, the Dream Harp is a weapon that was dummied out and could not be obtained by normal means except via hacking or glitching. It would have had an attack of 0, accuracy of 60%, inflicted Sleep, and could be used by Bards and Ninjas.
Harp that weaves a sleep-inducing melody. Must be used two-handed. Full power from back row.
Dream Harp is the second obtainable harp, and can only be used by Freelancer and Bard. It has an Attack of 22 and a Hit Rate of 25. It can be bought in Regole, Quelb, or Castle of Bal for 1,600 gil, stolen or dropped from Traveler. It inflicts Sleep on the target as well as dealing damage equal to 2/16 of the target's current HP.
Dream Harp returns as a level 60 instrument and provides -30 Bravery, +49 Attack, +1 Defense, and +10% EX Core Absorption. It can be obtained by trading 87,360 gil, Rune Bell, Golmore Timber, and Harlequin's Dream x5.
A mysterious harp that plays a wonderfully soothing sound. The soft melody it produces appeases its audience, lulling them to sleep. Its ability to grant pleasant dreams to those it lures into slumber makes it a prized harp for many musicians. Furthermore, expert harpists can actually induce such realistic dreams that the line between reality and fantasy becomes distorted, leaving some of those listening unable to ever wake up again.