Flame Sword (フレイムソード, Fureimu Soudo?) is a recurring sword in the series. It is similar to the Flametongue in that it is a Fire-elemental sword often found halfway through the game and usually around the same time as the Icebrand.
A sword that dances with flame.
A sword wreathed in flame.
Sword immersed in the power of fire.
Originally translated as the Fire, the Flame Sword is equippable by Cecil and Kain and can be bought in the Dwarven Castle for 14,000 gil. It can also be found in the Tower of Zot or dropped from Flame Knight, and provides 65 Attack and 40 Accuracy. This weapon is metallic.
In the 3D versions, it is capable of casting the Fire spell when used as an item. It has an attack power of 65 with an accuracy of 90 with the same properties as the 2D versions. it can be equipped by Cecil and Kain, and Golbez if hacked into the party.
Flame Sword returns in the sequel of Final Fantasy IV. The sword can only be equipped by Cecil and it can be bought in Damcyan Castle, Fabul Castle, and the Dwarven Shop on board the Falcon for 14,000 gil. The sword can also be dropped Flame Knights found in the Tower of Babil. It has an attack power of 65 and a accuracy of 40, the sword is also Fire-elemental.
The Flame Sword a level 50 weapon exclusive to the Warrior of Light that increases Attack by 36, reduces all damage by 5%, and increases base Bravery by 20% at the start of a battle. It can be traded for 15,460 gil, a Rapier, Spirit Stone x3, and Protect Shard x2.
The Flame Sword returns as a level 30 exclusive weapon for the Warrior of Light, with its Attack upgraded to +40 while retaining its Defense bonus. It can be traded for 61,000 gil, a Rapier, a Scarletite, and Hero's Desire x5.
|Flame Sword (IV)||Swords||1||67||20||0|
|Additional stats: Accuracy +89|
Shared Soul Break: Bladestorm Flames
flaming sword is a sword glowing with flame by some supernatural power. Flaming swords have existed in legend and myth for thousands of years.A
It is also called "Fire." Fire is the rapid oxidation of a material in the exothermic chemical process of combustion, releasing heat, light, and various reaction products.