The techniques used to carve this rod into a likeness of crystallized flame have long since been lost.
Flame Rod (炎のロッド or ほのおのロッド, Honō no Roddo?) or (フレイムロッド, Fureimu Roddo?), also known as Fire Rod and Rod of Fire, is a recurring rod in the series. It is a Fire-elemental rod that generally provides a boost to the user's Fire-elemental abilities, and can sometimes be used in battle to cast the Fire, Fira, or Firaga spells, depending on the game. It generally appears around the same time as the Ice Rod and Thunder Rod.
Fire Rod is a low-ranked rod that provides 25 Attack (12 in the NES version), +3 Intellect and Mind, and casts Fira when used as an item in battle. It can be bought for 10,000 gil (3,000 in the NES version) at Northeast Saronia. It can be equipped by the Onion Knight, White Mage, Black Mage, Red Mage, Evoker, Devout, Magus, Summoner, and Sage classes.
Rod infused with the power of fire.
Flame Rod is a low-ranked rod that provides 7 Attack, -5 Accuracy, +3 Intelligence, and casts Fire when used as an item during battle. It can be bought for 380 gil at Mysidia, and can be equipped by Tellah, Rydia, Fusoya, and Palom.
In the 3D versions, Flame Rod now provides 12 Attack, 80 Accuracy, +2 Intellect, and casts Fire when used as an item during battle. It can be obtained and equipped the same as previously. If Golbez is hacked into the party, he'll be able to equip it.
Flame Rod retains its properties from the previous game, and can be bought for 380 gil at Mysidia, Tomra, Kaipo, Troia, Mist, and the Dwarven Castle, or dropped from Ricardo Mage. It can be equipped by Rydia, Palom, Leonora, Harley, and Golbez.
Rod that sometimes casts Firaga. Full power from back row.
Flame Rod is a low-ranked rod that provides 16 Attack, 80 Hit Rate, boosts the power of the user's Fire-elemental attacks by 50%, and casts Firaga when used as an item during battle and then breaks. It can be found and bought for 750 gil at Karnak, and dropped from Liquid Flame.
Rod containing the power of Fira.
Flame Rod is a low-ranked rod that provides 79 Attack, has two-handed compatibility, has a 25% chance of casting Fira when attacking with it, and casts Fira when used as an item during battle and then breaks. The Flame Rod cannot be thrown. It can be found and bought for 3,000 gil at Thamasa in the World of Balance, and dropped from Wizard. It can be equipped by Strago, Relm, and Gogo.
Apprentice's rod cast in plumes of flame.
A rod imbued with the power of fire.
Flame Rod is a low-ranked rod that provides 3 Attack, 20% Weapon Defense, boosts the power of the user's Fire-elemental abilities, and can cast Fire when attacking with it. It can be bought for 400 gil at an outfitter after completing Zeklaus Desert (chapter 1), poached from Bomb, or found as rare treasure at Brigands' Den.
Rod made of crystallized flame.
Flame Rod is a mid-ranked rod that provides 27 Attack, 2 Magic, boosts the power of the user's Fire-elemental abilities, and teaches the ability Firaga for 300 AP to the Black Mage. It is obtained as a random battle spoil from various lv. 6-7 missions.
Flame Rod is a mid-ranked rod that provides 27 Attack, 2 Magic, makes the user immune to Fire-elemental attacks, and teaches the ability Firaga for 350 AP to the Black Mage, the ability Hastega for 400 AP to the Time Mage, and the ability Lv.3 Dark for 250 AP to the Arcanist. It can be obtained from the Bazaar from the "Arms of the Firelord C" set.
A rod crowned with a jewel imbued with the power of fire. When equipped, it raises magic attack and the effect of fire attacks.
A rod crowned with a jewel imbued with the power of fire. When equipped, it boosts magical attack potency and effect of fire attacks.
Flame Rod returns as a level 1 rod that provides +13 Attack, +2 Defense, -36 Bravery, +158 HP, and Magic Damage +3%.
A rod embedded with a jewel of pure, crystallized fire.
A rod endowed with the power of fire that grants its wielder the ability to use the fira spell. Exploiting an enemy's weakness is an indispensable battle tactic, and magical attacks can make a world of difference when targeting such vulnerabilities. Owning this rod could make one's journey far easier, as foes who are weak against fire are by no means uncommon.
It is also known as "Fire Rod" and "Rod of Fire." Fire is the rapid oxidation of a material in the exothermic chemical process of combustion, releasing heat, light, and various reaction products.