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Demons once stormed Ivalice wielding these giant axes. Had they been larger still, it is like that men could not have used them to drive the demons back.
A large axe made for battle.
The Greataxe is also a level 12 weapon usable by Warriors and Dark Knights. It has a delay of 504, and has a damage rating of 30.
Greataxe is a high-ranked axe that requires 35 LP and the Axes & Hammers 5 license to wield. It costs 15,500 gil to buy, and provides 101 Attack and 6 Evade. It can only be purchased in Balfonheim Port. Like all axes it has 2.39s charge, and 1.2s action time, making it average what it comes to attack speed.
Greataxe is the second strongest axe, being bested by Golden Axe. It provides 46 Attack and teaches Doublehand to Vikings for 250 AP, and can be bought for 4,800 gil in the shop after creating it in the Bazaar after using a Gemsteel, Cockatrice Skin, and Gimble Stalk.
A larger version of the standard battle ax. It feels even bigger when you try to lift it.
Great Ax is a mid-ranked axe that any race can use. It provides 71 attack at level 1 and 148 attack at level 30, and has one empty slot. It can be created for 420 gil by using Iron x5, Yew Branch x2, and Bone x2 on Hard or Very Hard mode. When turned into a jewel, a level 3-9 Great Ax makes a Guard Stone 2, level 10-19 makes a Draconium, and level 20-30 makes a Guard Stone 5.
The great axe may help bring out the greatness in us all. Wouldn't that be great?
Greataxe grants +9 to Attack. It can be equipped by Berserker and Viking.
An axe designed for destruction. This comes at the cost of extra weight and poor handling.
An axe stronger than the battle axe. It didn't take long for the axe to be considered a proper weapon once people began using it in battle. Unlike the sword and the bow, which require extensive training, the convenience of the axe comes from the destruction it can cause by simply being swung about. Research on axe enhancements, such as how to make them easier to handle, more durable, and lighter, still continues to this day.