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- "The faeries play these harps of cedarwood and silver string as they flit through the forests."
- —Description, Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift
The Fairie Harp (妖精のハープ, Yōsei no Hāpu?), also known as Fairy Flute (妖精のファイフ, Yōsei no Faifu?) or Fairy Piccolo, is a recurring Instrument in the later installments of the Final Fantasy. It sometimes has the power to Charm opponents.
- "Flute with an angel's power dwelling inside."
The Fairy Piccolo is one of the wind instruments available to Bards.
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- "The pure sound of this harp can charm its user's enemies."
In order to be obtained it must be poached from Treants, although it has a smaller chance of appearing, or found with the Treasure Hunter ability in the fourth floor of the Midlight's Deep as a rare treasure. It has an Attack of 15, and a Weapon Defense of 10%.
- "Fairies while away the hours playing these harps."
The Fairy Harp is a low-rank instrument that teaches the abilities Fairy and Bug to Beastmasters, and the Tail Wag ability to Animists. The weapon provides +29 Attack and +2 Magic, and can be obtained as a random reward for completing a mission, or from stealing from the Animist in the Help Giza! mission.
The Faerie Harp is now an high-rank instrument that teaches the ability to control Sprites and Antlions to Beastmasters. It provides +33 Attack and +2 Resistance, and can be bought for 780 gil in the shop after creating it in the Bazaar after using a Alraune Drill, Mahbeny, and Faerie Wing.
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