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A rod fashioned from the tail of the lamia Lilith.
Lilith Rod is the second-strongest rod for a Black Mage. It has an Attack power of 110, gives +20 to Intellect, and casts Death when used as an item. It is only obtainable once a Black Mage's job level reaches 99.
Rod infused with Lilith's magic.
Lilith Rod (Witch Rod in the Easy Type version) grants +13 Attack, -40 Accuracy, +5 Intelligence, and drains HP from the target when attacking with it, but it is ineffective against undead enemies. It also casts Osmose when used as an item. It can be dropped by Lilith and the Lamia Queen.
In the 3D versions, Lilith Rod now provides 18 Attack, 80 Accuracy, +2 Intellect, and casts Osmose when used as an item during battle. It is obtained and equipped by the same characters as before. It can be equipped by Golbez, if he is hacked into the party.
Lilith Rod has an attack power of 13 and a accuracy of -40 with a bonus of +5 Intelligence. It drains HP from the target when attacking with it, deals extra damage against undead and can cast Osmose when used as an item during battle. It can be equipped by Rydia and Palom, dropped by Lilith found in the Cave of Eblan and the Upper Section of the Tower of Babil.
The Lilith Rod 13 Attack, -40% Accuracy, +5 Intelligence, absorbs damage done to target as HP, and casts Osmose when used as an item. It can be dropped by Lilith and Lamia Queen. It can be equipped by Rydia, Palom, Leonora, Harley, and Golbez.
Rod that sometimes saps target's MP. Full power from back row.
The Power Rod (originally called Lilith Rod) is a high-ranked rod that has a 25% chance to cast Osmose when attacking with it. It has an attack power of 27, a hit rate of 30, and gives a +3 boost to Magic. It can only be found in the Interdimensional Rift or stolen from Farfarello. The weapon deals no damage at all, but has the same effect as the command Flirt.
The Lilith Rod is a club obtained from quest NM Lich C Magnus in the Eldieme Necropolis, available for use by all races. It increases MP by 10 and INT by 5 with the additional effect of draining MP. It has a damage value of 19 and delay of 288. It can be resold for 2295 gil, or desynthesized.
Lilith Rod is a high-level rod that grants +40 Attack, +5 Magick, +2 Evasion, +10 Resistance, and teaches Lv.5 Haste to Arcanist. It can be bought for 12,000 gil in the shop after creating it in the Bazaar after using a Mind Ceffyl, Mysidia Alloy, and Magick Fruit. It must be remade after purchasing.
The rod said to have been used by Lilith, a night demon and bringer of nightmares who appears in many myths throughout the ages. She is said to come at night in a beautiful guise to slay children and expecting mothers.
Just waving this weird rod at things makes them get all tuckered out and tired.
Lilith Rod grants +4 to Attack. It can be equipped by Black Mage, Magus, Time Mage, Summoner, Aerith, and Shantotto.
A rod created by a legendary witch and capable of stealing HP.
A rod that grants its wielder the ability to use the drain spell. Originally owned by a monster named Lilith, the rod seems to have absorbed some of its powerful magical energy while in its possession. It was believed to be exclusively used by these creatures from another world, but the recently opened path towards the Giant of Babel seems to have somehow transported it here.
Lilith is believed to have originated as a female Mesopotamian storm demon associated with wind. She was thought to be a bearer of disease, illness and death. The figure first appeared in a class of wind and storm demons or spirits as Lilitu in Sumer, circa 4000 BC. The phonetic name Lilith is thought to have originated in Ancient Israel and to have pre-dated at least 700 BC.
In Jewish folklore, Lilith is the name of Adam's first wife, who was created at the same time and from the same earth as him. She left Adam after refusing to become subservient to him and would not return to the Garden of Eden after she mated with archangel Samael. Her story was greatly developed during the Middle Ages—in the tradition of Aggadic midrashim, the Zohar and Jewish mysticism.
The semitic root L-Y-L layil in Hebrew, as layl in Arabic, means "night". Talmudic and Yiddish use of Lilith follows Hebrew. In Akkadian the terms lili and līlītu mean spirits.