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A standing harp. The song of its strings resembles that of the lamia.
- —Description, Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift
The Lamia Harp is a low-rank harp that can inflict Confusion on hit, and provides 60 Attack and +5 Mind. When used with Sing, Requiem is cast damaging all enemies. It can be found in the Temple of Time or bought in Duster for 12,000 gil.
Harp that weaves a tempting melody.
The Lamia Harp is the second harp available in the game and the strongest in the SNES, PS, and Nintendo DS versions. It provides 18 Attack and 40 Accuracy in the non-DS versions, while in the DS version, it provides 13 Attack and 100 Accuracy instead.
When attacking, it has a 30% chance of inflicting Confusion. One can be found in the Antlion's Den while others can be won from the Lamia and Lamia Matriarch. In the DS version, it can be stolen from the aforementioned enemies.
The Lamia Harp is a mid-ranked harp that provides 18 Attack, 40% Accuracy, and inflicts Confusion on hit. It can only be acquired either by finding it in the Antlion's Den or by winning it from Lamia and Lamia Matriarch.
Harp that weaves a confusion-inducing melody. Must be used two-handed. Full power from back row.
The Lamia Harp is a powerful harp that has a chance of inflicting Confusion on hit. It provides 32 Attack and 45 Accuracy and can be acquired either by finding it in Castle of Bal or winning them from Lemure. The damage that Lamia Harp deals is equal to 3/16 of the target's current HP.
The Lamia Harp is a mid-rank String Instrument. It is used mainly by Bards.
The strains of this harp can affect one's very soul. Causes confusion in the listener.
Lamia's Harp is the weakest harp in Final Fantasy Tactics as well as the cheapest. It can inflict Confuse on the target. It can be bought at several outfitter shops. It can also be found with the Treasure Hunter ability in the Clockwork City of Goug.
The Lamia Harp is the weakest instrument in the game. It teaches Beastmasters the ability to control Dreamhares and Deadly Nightshades and can be bought for 200 gil in the shop. It provides +21 Attack.
The Lamia Harp is a level 78 instrument that provides +52 Attack, +2 Defense, and EX Core Absorption +15%.
Lamia Harp returns as a level 60 Instrument that provides -35 Bravery, +58 Attack, +1 Defense, and +10% EX Core Absorption. It can be obtained by trading 126,520 gil, Dream Harp, Moore Log, and five Liegeman's Dreams.
This harp's enchanting tones will turn the most stoic sage into a lovesick idiot.
Lamia's Harp grants +8 to Attack. It can be equipped by Geomancer, Bard, Moogle, and Pig.
Lamia was a beautiful Libyan queen who turned into a child-eating demon. She is often referred to as having the lower half of a snake and sometimes a large mouth (lamia in Greek means "large shark", while laimos means gullet).In Greek mythology,
Later characteristics attributed to her are similar to that of succubi, in that the lamia seduces men, enticing them to feed on their blood. It is also said they reside in towers or secluded areas and have magical abilities.