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Fuma Shuriken in Final Fantasy XI.

Five-pointed ninja throwing star. Use with the Throw command.
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The Fuma Shuriken (風魔手裏剣 / ふうましゅりけん, Fūma Shuriken?), also known as Ninja Star, Ninja Shuriken, Magic Shuriken and Fuuma, is a recurring throwing weapon in the Final Fantasy series. It is usually the strongest throwing weapon in the game, being an upgrade from the Shuriken.

Appearances Edit

Final Fantasy IV Edit

IV Fuma Shuriken (also known as Ninja Shuriken or Hellwind Shuriken) is a throwing weapon for Edge, that deals heavy damage. It can be bought at Kokkol's Forge and the Lunar Ruins for 50,000 gil a piece and found in the Sealed Cave. This weapon is metallic.

In the Easy Type version, its attack power was increased to 100.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude- Edit

FFIV-I- The Fuma Shuriken is a throwing weapon that can be thrown by Edge and it can be found inside the Sealed Cave. It has an attack power of 100 and a accuracy of 99.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Edit

FFIVTAY The Fuma Shuriken can be bought from Tradingway outside of the Lunar Whale and in Crystal Depths B1 for 50,000 gil. They have an Attack power of 80 and can be thrown by Edge through the Throw command and Gekkou through the Shuriken command.

Final Fantasy V Edit

V Fuma Shuriken (also called MagiShuriken) can be thrown by Ninjas. It can be bought in the Phantom Village for 25,000 gil and found in Castle Exdeath's twelfth floor.

Final Fantasy VI Edit

VI Fuma Shuriken (also called Ninja Stars) can be thrown by Shadow. They have an attack power of 132. They can be bought in Thamasa in the World of Ruin for 500 gil each, or dropped from Ninjas.

Final Fantasy VII Edit

VII The Magic Shuriken (mistranslated from Fuma Shuriken) is a powerful weapon for Yuffie. It has 64 Attack, 113 Hit Rate, Dexterity +10, and three single materia slots. It can be bought for 8,000 gil in Junon (disc 2/3), or found in Wutai in Godo's house.

Final Fantasy XI Edit

XI Fuma Shuriken is throwable by Ninjas. They can be crafted, bought, or dropped by the Sozu Sarberry enemy.

Final Fantasy XIV Edit

XIV A long ranged Ninjutsu attack for Ninja performed by executing any one mudra in isolation.

Final Fantasy Tactics Edit

FFT Fuma Shurikens (Magic Shuriken in the PS version) can be thrown by Ninjas after they learn to throw Shuriken for 50 JP. They can be poached from Ahriman (common).

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light Edit

4HoL Fuma Shuriken has an attack power of 15 and can inflict Poison and Paralysis upon attacking. It can be bought for 28,000 gil on the 40F of the Mysterious Lighthouse.

Final Fantasy Mystic Quest Edit

FFMQ The Ninja Star is Tristam's weapon of choice. It is a shoot-elemental weapon that can inflict Poison and Paralyze. It has limited ammo, and is thrown as Tristam's normal attack.

Final Fantasy Dimensions II Edit

FFDII While not formally appearing, the Fuma Shuriken appears as part of the artwork for Edge.

Dissidia Final Fantasy Edit

Dissidia The Fuma Shuriken is a level 85 throwing weapon that grants +59 Attack and -36 Bravery. It also grants EX Mode Absorption +20%.

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy Edit

Dissidia012 Fuma Shuriken is a level 60 throwing weapon that provides -35 Bravery, +60 Attack, -1 Defense, and +5% EX Force Absorption. It can be obtained by trading 153,400 gil, Rising Sun, Bismarck Spine, and Vision's Desire x5.

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia Edit

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Edit

TFF The Fuma Shuriken is an item that is used during Battle Music Sequences. It activates when an enemy is below 50% HP and deals a low amount of damage.

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Edit

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Pictlogica Final Fantasy Edit

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Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade Edit

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Final Fantasy Record Keeper Edit

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Final Fantasy Brave Exvius Edit

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A ninja throwing weapon. More damaging than a standard-issue shuriken, it is a rare sight at the weaponsmith. Hard to come by even for accomplished ninjas, those who are fortunate to obtain one are known to save it for the most formidable foes. Its distinctive shape and flight path makes aiming a challenge
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Non-Final Fantasy appearances Edit

Live A Live Edit

The Fuma Shuriken appears in the Bakumatsu chapter and they are consumable attack weapons.

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Etymology Edit

The surname of Fūma is popularly associated with the Fūma Clan of ninja. Fūma translates as "wind demon." Though having served throughout the ages since the Nanbokucho period, their exploits were most famous during the times of Sengoku under the employ of Toyotomi Hideyoshi. The clan was renowned for their focus on controlled chaos and acts of sabotage, from psychologically goading opposing forces into attacking each other, to hiring pirates, thieves, brigands, and thugs for diversions involving raids on villages of enemy territory. While they formally went by the surname of Kazama, it is popularly believed that they went with Fūma to befit their reputations as "demons of the wind", not unlike Fujin and Raijin, the demon gods of storms who were said to have reigned terror on men before their subduing into penance. Fūma Kotarō is the most famous of their clan, and is in fact a title name for every successor who came to be head of their ranks.