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Imp Equipment (カッパ, Kappa?) is a special subset of equipment in Final Fantasy VI. This equipment type is usually associated with the Imp, known as Kappa in the Japanese version.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy VIEdit

Imp equipment consists of the Impartisan, Tortoise Shield, Saucer, and Reed Cloak. In the original SNES release, they were called the Imp Halberd, Tortoise Shld, Titanium, and Imp Armor. They can only be acquired from various monsters in the World of Ruin. The Impartisan can be won from Tyrannosaurs or stolen from Greater Mantises. The player can also steal Reed Cloaks from Tyrannosaurs, which can be bet at Dragon's Neck Coliseum to win a Tortoise Shield, and can then be bet for a Saucer. Saucers can also be stolen from Tumbleweeds, and the Tonberries, Tonberry and Cactuar enemies can be metamorphed into the equipment.

Imp armor absorb Water and teach the Imp spell. The Impartisan has an attack power of 253, only surpassed by three other weapons (Ragnarok, Lightbringer, and Ultima Weapon). The three armor pieces possess the highest defensive statistics of any other piece of equipment; the only exceptions are the Force Shield (which provides higher magic defense than the Tortoise Shield) and the Snow Scarf (which provides higher defense than the Reed Cloak). On top of everything, the equipment is universal, meaning anyone can equip them, even Gau, who cannot normally equip weapons.

Imp equipment only "activate" when equipped on a character with the Imp status. When equipped on a human, the Impartisan only has an attack power of 13, and the armor only provide a single point of defense (although they still provide magic defense). Only when afflicted by the Imp status, the true values of the equipment take effect. A character equipped with the full set of Imp equipment and in Imp status cannot cast spells but will have maxed out defense, magic defense and battle power. Only attacks that ignore defense, inflict status ailments, or inflict Death can harm them, making them practically invincible in the average battle, as any other attack would only do a single point of damage. Since the Impartisan is a spear, it gets the attack bonus from Jump.

The Imp equipment can be useful against Leviathan, since it absorbs the damage from his powerful El Niño attack. Impartisans also make excellent throwing weapons for Shadow.

Dissidia Final FantasyEdit

All four pieces of Imp Equipment appear in Dissidia, and if the whole set is equipped, the combination Imp's Blessing is created, which increases the wearer's EX Force absorption range by 15m.

Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

A random piece of the Imp's Blessing set can be found on the 5th floor of the dungeon Dreams of a Flying Castle in the Confessions of the Creator storyline.

Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit


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Final Fantasy All the BravestEdit

It takes an imp to coax this spear to its full poten—ew! Why is it all slimy?
—Description

Impartisan grants +3 to Attack. It can be equipped by Dragoon, Kain, and Imp. The Imp also wields the Impartisan in battle when attacking.

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EtymologyEdit

[view  · edit  · purge]An imp is a mythological being similar to a fairy or demon, frequently described in folklore and superstition. Originating from Germanic folklore, the imp was a small lesser demon. Demons in Germanic legends were not necessarily always evil and imps were often mischievous rather than evil or harmful. In some regions they were portrayed as attendants of the gods.

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