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The Giant's Gloves as seen in Final Fantasy V.

Gloves that prevent mini status.
—Description, Final Fantasy V.

The Giant's Gloves (きょじんのこて, Kyojin no Kote?), also known as the Titan's Gloves, Gigas Glove, Atlas Armlet, Zeus, or Giant's Ring (巨人の腕輪, Kyojin no Udewa?), are a recurring set of gauntlets of the Giant variety in the Final Fantasy series. They appear as mediocre armor that increases physical power, and appear paired with the Thief Gloves, which increase Speed in the earliest appearances.

AppearancesEdit

Final FantasyEdit

I

Gloves that cast Saber when used.
—Description

The Giant's Gloves are a medium rank armor and cast Saber if used as an item, which makes them extremely useful. It grants +6 Defense, +3 Weight, and can be found in the Sunken Shrine.

Final Fantasy IIEdit

II

Gloves that enhance strength.
—Description

The Giant's Gloves (Titan's Gloves in the Origins release), are a medium rank armor that grant +15 Defense, -17% Evade, +5% Magic Defense, and +10 Strength. They can be bought in Mysidia for 2,000 gil.

Final Fantasy IVEdit

IV

Gloves that prevent Mini.
—Description

The Giant's Gloves (called Zeus in the older translations) are a medium rank armor that increase Stamina, Strength, and Defense by 10, and also provide protection from Mini and Giants. They can only be dropped from Ogres, Mad Ogres, and Steel Golems.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-Edit

FFIV-I- Giant's Gloves returns in the sequel of Final Fantasy IV. It can be equipped by Cecil, Cid, and Edge while initially equipped on the latter. It can be dropped by Ogre and Steel Golem found in the Upper Section of the Tower of Babil. It has a defense of 10, evasion of -1 with a bonus of +10 Strength & Stamina, and grants protection to Mini and Giants.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

FFIVTAY The Giant's Gloves return, and provide 10 Defense, -10% Evade, Attack +2, Strength +10 and Stamina +10. They are strong against Giant attacks. They can be dropped from Ogre, Adamantite Golem, Mad Ogre, Steel Golem.

Final Fantasy VEdit

V The Titan Gloves are the most powerful set of gauntlets and increase Stamina and Strength by 5, while decreasing Magic and Agility stats by 5. They also provide immunity to Mini, a +9 to Defense and +1 to Magic Defense, with a Weight of 10. They can be stolen from Azulmagia.

Final Fantasy VIEdit

VI

Glove said to have belonged to a mighty gigas. Boosts the wearer's physical attack power.
—Description

Gigas Glove is a relic that increases physical damage by 25% and does not stack. It can be bought for 5,000 gil at Albrook and Jidoor, found in Mt. Kolts, or by stolen from Hill Gigas.

Final Fantasy VIIEdit

VII The Gigas Armlet is a medium rank armor that increases Strength by 30. It can only be stolen from Gigas and dropped from Demons Gate.

Final Fantasy XIEdit

XI An entire series of Gigas Bracelets appear and randomly drop off gigases of escalating strength. Any of the gigas Notorious Monsters listed below can also drop the basic Gigas Bracelets in addition to their named bracelet:

  • Gigas Bracelets (ギガースの腕輪, Gigāsu no Udewa?) are at level 30 and provide 9 Defense, +15 HP, +3 Strength, -2 Dexterity and Agility, and are dropped from Gigas Catapulter.
  • Ogygos's Bracelets (オギュゴスの腕輪, Ogyugosu no Udewa?) are at level 40 and provide 11 Defense, +20 HP, +5 Strength, -3 Dexterity and Agility, and are dropped from Ogygos.
  • Enkelados's Bracelets (エンケラドスの腕輪, Enkeradosu no Udewa?) are at level 50 and provide 14 Defense, +25 HP, +7 Strength, -4 Dexterity and Agility, and are dropped from Enkelados.
  • Pallas's Bracelets (パラースの腕輪, Parāsu no Udewa?) are at level 60 and provide 15 Defense, +35 HP, +9 Strength, -5 Dexterity and Agility, and are dropped from Pallas.
  • Alkyoneus's Bracelets (アルキオネウス腕輪, Arukioneusu no Udewa?) are at level 70 and provide 16 Defense, +40 Strength, +11 Strength, -6 Dexterity and Agility, and are dropped from Alkyoneus.
  • Boor Bracelets (ブーアの腕輪, Būa no Udewa?) are at level 109 and provide 59, +70 HP, +20 Strength, -13 Dexterity and Agility, and are dropped from ★Demolition Squad.

All of the equipment listed above is worn on the hands slot by the following jobs: WAR, MNK, RDM, THF, PLD, DRK, BST, BRD, SAM, NIN, DRG, BLU, COR, DNC, RUN.

There are also Gigas Gauntlets (ギガースガントレ, Gigāsu Gantore?) that drop off certain gigas family normal monsters, but these are not wearable by players and are primarily useful to be desynthesized into their base raw materials: Iron Ingots, Darksteel Ingots, and Buffalo Leather.

Final Fantasy XIIIEdit

XIII Giant's Glove is an accessory that grants resistance to Debravery by 30% to 45%, depending on its level, and can be upgraded to the Warlord's Glove by using the Perovskite item. It can be bought at B&W Outfitters for 3,000 gil after reaching Vallis Media in Chapter 11 and are a reward for completing Mission 28.

Final Fantasy Crystal ChroniclesEdit

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a KingEdit

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Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of LightEdit

4HoL Giant's Ring is an accessory that grants Attack +10% to the wearer. It is bought in for 500 gil in Urbeth and is dropped by Borgbear.

Bravely DefaultEdit

BD

Crude metal gloves made to evoke the powerful image of the legendary giants. They employ a special mechanism to make it easier to produce more power, but their extreme weight and low mobility dramatically reduce dexterity.
—Description
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Bravely Second: End LayerEdit

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Final Fantasy DimensionsEdit

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Dissidia Final FantasyEdit

Dissidia Giant's Gloves is a level 85 gauntlet that provides +61 Defense, +36 Bravery, and is 1/3rd of the "Pride of the Titans" set. It can be obtained from the shop by trading 27,220 gil, Dragon Gloves, Blessed Barding x4, and Purple Gem.

Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

Dissidia012 Giant's Gloves appear as a level 90 gauntlet that provides +34 Bravery, +66 Defense, and 1/3 of the Pride of the Titans effect. It can be obtained by trading 155,700 gil, Battle Gloves, Titan's Tear, and Phantom's Hope x5.

Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

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Non-Final Fantasy AppearancesEdit

Seiken Densetsu 3Edit

The Gigas Glove appears as the ultimate weapon for the Dark most class of Kevin, the Dervish. It is a crude ochre reptile/dragon leather glove, with a rectangular strap of worn lumber placed at its knuckles.

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EtymologyEdit

The mythology and legends of many different cultures include monsters of human appearance but prodigious size and strength. Giant is the English word, coined 1297, commonly used for such beings, derived from one of the most famed examples: the gigantes of Greek mythology.

Titans were members of the second order of divine beings in Greek mythology. They were descendants of the primordial deities born from the Chaos, and they preceded the gods of Olympus, who went on to overthrow them.

Gigas is a popular term for races of giants in fantasy games. Gigas is a Greek word meaning "giant," originally used to describe the race of Gigantes in Greek mythology and is used in the scientific name, as the specific epithet, of hundreds of species of animals and dozens of plant species to denote their size.

In Greek mythology Atlas is one of the Titans, a race of primordial giants who fought against the gods of Olympus. When the Titans lost, Zeus punished Atlas by forcing him to spend eternity at the western horizon holding up the sky on his shoulders.

Zeus is the "Father of Gods and men" who rules the Olympians of Mount Olympus as a father rules the family according to the ancient Greek religion. He is the god of sky and thunder in Greek mythology.

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