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Hellish Claws FFIII Art

Concept art from Final Fantasy III.

Claw that sometimes poisons enemy.

Hellish Claws (地獄の爪, Jigoku no Tsume?), also known as Hell Claws and Inferno Claws, is a recurring claw in the series. It is generally one of the strongest claws in the games it appears in, and is usually associated with the Poison status ailment.

Appearances Edit

Final Fantasy III Edit

III The Hellish Claws is the strongest fist weapon, usable only by the Onion Knight, Monk, and Black Belt jobs. It provides 121 Attack, +5 Vitality, and inflicts Poison when attacking with it. It can only be found in the Ancients' Maze.

Final Fantasy IV Edit

IV The Hell Claws (Poison Claw in the Easy Type version) is a high-ranked weapon for Yang, being his second-strongest weapon in the original and PlayStation versions. It provides no attacks like all other claws in the non-DS versions, as well as 40 Accuracy, and a 30% chance to inflict Poison when attacking with it.

In the 3D release, it instead provides +5 Attack, 95 Accuracy, +3 Strength, and +4 Stamina as well as the ability to inflict Poison when attacking with it. It could be only be obtained from the Tower of Zot. Both Yang and Edge can equip this in all non-DS versions, but only Yang may equip it in the 3D version.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude- Edit

FFIV-I- Hell Claws is the second-strongest claws. The claws can be equipped by Yang, Monk A, Monk B, and Edge. Yang is initially equipped with them, but it can also be bought in Damcyan Castle and Fabul Castle for 650 gil. It has an attack power of 0 and a accuracy of 40 with a 30% chance of inflicting Poison upon hit.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Edit

FFIVTAY

Can poison enemies.
—Description

The Hell Claw is a mid-ranked claw, usable by Yang, Edge, and Ursula. It provides 40% Accuracy, +3 Strength, and can inflict the Poison status. It can only be found in the Adamant Isles Forest or in Yang's Challenge Dungeon.

Final Fantasy XI Edit

XI

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Final Fantasy XIV Edit

XIV The Hellish Claws are a weapon for the Monk job, obtained upon defeating all three Extreme mode Primals. They are item level 90, and as of patch 2.1 are one of the most powerful weapons available for Monks.

Final Fantasy Dimensions Edit

FFD

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Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy Edit

Dissidia012 The Inferno Claws are a level 90 weapon that grants +63 ATK, +69 BRV, and -522 HP. They also increase the Bravery damage done during Chase Sequences by 7%. They can be obtained by trading a Burning Fist, a Humbaba Leather, Brawler's Hope x5, and 153,400 gil.

Pictlogica Final Fantasy Edit

PFF

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Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade Edit

FFAB

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Final Fantasy Record Keeper Edit

FFRK

WeaponCategoryLevelAttackMagicMind
Hell Claws (IV)
Rarity 5
Fists19600
2013100
3014800
3515700
Additional stats: Accuracy +95
Bonus effects when equipped: Adds small chance to Poison.
Super Soul Break: Exploding Volcano Kick (Yang), ATK +10 when mastered

Final Fantasy Explorers Edit

FFE

Poison-imbued claws that deal extra damage to fiends.
—Description
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Gallery Edit

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Etymology Edit

In many mythological, folklore and religious traditions, hell is a place of torment and punishment in an afterlife.