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A sword befitting a noble knight, or a squire with noble dreams.
- —Description, Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift.
The Lohengrin is a mid-ranked sword that provides 47 Attack and 5% combo rate. Swords are among the slower weapons with 2.88s charge, and 1.2s action time. Lohengrin can be bought for 4,500 gil at Jahara, Mt Bur-Omisace, and Rabanastre, and requires 40 LP and the Swords 3 license to equip.
When Amalia/Ashe is first met in the Garamsythe Waterway-East Sluice Control, she wields the Lohengrin against Imperial soldiers. When she later joins the party as a guest, her main weapon changes to the Longsword.
Sword worthy of a noble knight.
The Lohengrin is a mid to high-ranked knightsword, usable by the Paladin, Defender, and Templar classes. It provides 46 Attack and teaches Aura to Defenders for 300 AP and Haste to Templars. It can be bought from all shops after the second shop inventory upgrade.
The Lohengrin returns as a mid-ranked knightsword, usable by the same classes in the previous in addition to the Chocobo Knights and Heritor. It provides 43 Attack, and teaches Aura to Defenders for 400 AP and Haste to Templars for 250 AP. It can be obtained from the Bazaar through the Battle-tested Swords C category.
The very name of this sword rings of high society. Hands off, plebeians!
Lohengrin grants +8 to Attack. It can be equipped by Warrior, Red Mage, Blue Mage, Onion Knight, Firion, Terra, Celes, Zidane, Tidus, Ashe, and Lightning.
Lohengrin is a character in German Arthurian literature. The son of Parzival (Percival), he is a knight of the Holy Grail sent in a boat pulled by swans to rescue a maiden who can never ask his identity.