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The blade that tops this slender spear is small, but sharp.
A short spear that is easy to wield.
Short spear made for ease of use. Doubles power of Jump attacks with equipped.
The Javelin is a mid-level spear which can only be stolen from Sand Bears. It is the most powerful spear in the First World, and is obtained as early as before the Ronka Ruins. It has an Attack of 52, and can be used by Freelancers, Gladiators, and Dragoons.
The Javelin is a weapon for Cid, and provides 62 Attack, 104 Attack%, 12 Magic, and has five Materia slots, four of which are linked together. It also provides Double AP and provided five Materia slots, making the best Materia leveling weapon, and is found in Gaea's Cliff.
Spear used by dragon knights.
The Javelin is the weakest spear, requires 15 LP to use, and has an Attack of 30. Spears are among the faster weapons with 2.14s charge and 1.2s action time, second only to daggers and ninja swords. It can be bought in Rabanastre and Bhujerba for 1,400 gil and made at the bazaar by selling Wind Stone x3, Foul Flesh x2, and Horn x2.
In the Zodiac versions, it now provides 16 Attack, 8 Evade, 28 CT, 4% combo rate, and requires the Spears 1 license for 20 LP. It can be bought in Rabanastre, Giza Plains - The Dry, Barheim Passage for 500 gil, found as a treasure in Garamsythe Waterway (North Spur Sluiceway), from the bazaar for 310 gil by selling Horn x2, Foul Flesh x2, and Wind Stone x3. It can be equipped by Uhlan.
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Shop: Galdin Quay, Prairie Outpost
A light and inexpensive spear. Allows the wielder to attack enemies within a range of two tiles.
Javelin is the weakest spear, and is bought for 1,000 gil during Chapter 2, or found with Treasure Hunter in Balias Swale. It has an Attack of 8, a Defense of 10%, and is the only spear which has a reach of just one square.
There also exists a Javelin II, which is the ultimate spear, with an Attack of 30 and Defense of 10%. Javelin II is found as a treasure in Nelveska Temple. Enemy Ninjas and Samurais randomly appear in floor 9 and the player can catch Javelin II's and Excaliburs from Ninjas with Sticky Fingers.
Spear with a small but sharp tip.
Javelin is the second weakest spear, with Short Spear being weaker. It teaches Jump and Piercing Cry, has an Attack of 31, and a Jump of 2. After placing Xergis Tin, Animal Bone, and Wool on the Bazaar, the Javelin can be purchased in the shop for 500 gil.
Javelin is a weapon for Nine. It provides 8 Attack Power. In the PSP version, it can be bought from the SPP Post after bringing Nine in multiplayer once for 1600 SPP. In the HD version, it can be bought from the Akademeia SPP Post after defeating 30 enemies with Nine for 200 SPP.
The Javelin is a level 9 spear that increases Attack by 11 and decreases Defense by 1. It costs 2,000 gil at the shop.
Vaan's Spear attack involves him spinning the Javelin and then jabbing his opponent.
This weapon looks to be completely ordinary. Maybe try throwing it or something?
Javelin grants +1 to Attack. It can be equipped by Dragoon, Kain, and Imp.
A metal spear that as designed for combat. Light and wieldy, it deals extra damage to alates.
The javelin was originally thrown high into the sky to attack foes from a great distance. With the improvements on cost and transportation of weapons brought by the emergence of the bow and arrow, however, the use of the javelin to attack long distance gradually diminished. Since this weapon was meant to be disposable, it was produced in such large numbers that it is now often used for lance training.
Non-Final Fantasy appearancesEdit
Javelin is a spear that can be equipped by Santiago.
A javelin is a light spear designed primarily to be thrown as a ranged weapon. The javelin is almost always thrown by hand, although hurling devices do exist. The word javeline comes from Middle English and it derives from Old French javelin, a diminutive of javelot, which meant spear.