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To brawl is human, to crush your foes to a pulp: divine.
The Godhand (ゴッドハンド, Goddohando?), also known as Godhands, God's Hand, or Hand of the Gods, is a recurring weapon in the Final Fantasy series. It is usually among the stronger weapons for Monks. In a few games it has a Holy attribute to it.
Claw immersed in holy power.
The Godhand (also known as Hand of the Gods) is Yang's strongest weapon in the Advance and The Complete Collection releases. It is found in the Cave of Trials, guarded by Storm Dragon. It increases Strength, Agility, and Stamina by 10, increases Defense by 7, and is Holy-elemental.
Godhand returns as a weapon for Yang and Ursula, and provides no Attack, just like all other claws, but also provides 40% Accuracy and +10 to Strength and Speed. It is Holy-elemental, and can only be found in the Subterrane.
Legendary fighting knuckles imbued with holy might.
The Godhand is Sabin's ultimate weapon in the Advance release, dropped from Earth Dragon in Dragons' Den. It has an attack power of 220, increases Speed and Stamina by 3, Strength by 7, and is Holy-elemental.
The Godhand is Rikku's Celestial Weapon. It can be found in a ravine in the Mushroom Rock Road accessible after inputting the code "GODHAND" on the airship. When fully upgraded with the Mercury Crest and Mercury Sigil, it has the Break Damage Limit, Triple Overdrive, Gillionaire, and Double AP abilities. Like all Celestial Weapons, Godhand ignores target's Defense.
It deals more damage the closer Rikku is to her max HP with the following formula:
- (10 + [100 * User's current HP ÷ User's Max HP]) ÷ 110
Knuckles known as the "Hands of the Creator."
The Godhand can be equipped by White Monks and Gadgeteers. It is not an especially powerful weapon, though it does teach the White Monk Far Fist and is a Holy weapon. It is obtained from the mission "The Match". It provides +39 to Attack, +3 to Magic Power, +1 to Speed, and +5 to Evade.
Godhand returns as a high-ranked weapon that provides +39 Attack, +1 Speed, +4 Evasion, and +3 Magick, as well as teaching Aurablast to White Monks and Helm Smash to Berserkers. It can be bought for 1,500 gil in the shop after creating it in the Bazaar after using a Holy Stone, Adamantite, and Unpurified Ether.
Knuckles crafted to resemble the hands of the brawling monk Barras Lehr.
The question of who commissioned and created a weapon of such uncompromisingly bad taste will likely forever remain a mystery.
The gloves of a champion from another world. The higher one's HP, the greater the damage.
Seiken Densetsu 3Edit
Godhand refers to not a weapon, but instead the Light most class of Kevin. It expands greater into the Light Monk path's focus on inner strength and is centered on the strategic end of the prominent use of Techs through the spell of Aura Wave. The Godhand class bestows Kevin with the level 3 Techs of the Byakko Shockwave, a multi target projectile attack, and the Stardust Bomb, a unique close tech that has him grab the opponent before slamming them down with a stellar reaching powerbomb.
Hand of God" motif, a hand with no body attached, appearing in Jewish and Christian art, especially of the Late Antique and Early Medieval periods when depiction of God as a human figure was considered unacceptable. The hand indicates intervention in or approval of affairs on Earth by God. As a motif in Jewish and Christian art the Hand of God is an artistic metaphor not intended to indicate an actual hand is physically present. The hand in Christian art functions as symbol of either God's presence or the voice of God, or signifying God's acceptance of a sacrifice.The weapon derives its name from the "