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A suitable weapon for a knight apprentice.
Longsword (ロングソード, Rongusōdo?) is a common recurring weapon in the series. It is often the first sword that can be bought or is one of the weakest swords. It is normally used by any class that can use a sword.
A large, double-edged sword.
Longsword is a low to mid-ranked sword, used by Warriors, Knights, Ninjas, Red Mages, and Red Wizards. It is bought in Melmond for 1,200 gil or dropped by Garland. It has an Attack of 20, and an Accuracy of 10.
A sword with a long reach.
Longsword is the second weakest sword with Golden Sword being the weakest. It is used by Onion Knight, Knight, Dark Knight, Red Mage, Warrior, and Freelancer. It can be found in Altar Cave x3 and in Ur x1, and can be bought in Ur for 100 gil. It has an Attack of 10.
Basic longsword. Can be used two-handed. Can be used with Spellblade.
The Long Sword is the second weakest sword, with Broad Sword being the weakest. Most classes that can equip swords can equip this, and it has an Attack power of 19. It can be bought in Carwen and Walse for 480 gil, and can be stolen from Ice Soldiers and Ice Commanders.
Longsword is a low-ranked sword that requires 15 LP to use at the Swords 1 license, and can be bought in Barheim Passage, Bhujerba, Nalbina Fortress, Rabanastre for 700 gil, and it has an Attack of 19. Swords are among the slower weapons with 2.88s charge, and 1.2s action time.
In the International Zodiac Job System, the Knight can equip it.
Simple weapon, favored for its ease of use.
Longsword is the weakest weapon for Vaan. It has an Attack of 10, Magic Attack of 5, and Attack speed of 60. It is Vaan's default weapon and it can also be bought from Tomaj's Sky Saloon shop for 300 gil in Chapter 3. It uses a generic sword sprite during battle.
This straight and sharp double-edged blade can be used for either stabbing or slashing.
Longsword is the second weakest sword, and can be bought in Chapter 1 for 900 gil at the outfitters or found as a rare treasure with the Treasure Hunter ability in Merchant City of Dorter. It has an Attack of 5 and Weapon Defense of 90%.
Longsword is the weakest knightsword. It only has an Attack power of 32 and teaches no abilities, and can be bought for 380 gil at the start of the game.
Long has a sword icon before its name. If the lead character is male, he will be equipped with a Long. It can be bought in Base Town, South Town, Northeast Town, and Undersea Town for 132 GP. It has 50 uses and an attack power of 3, the damage formula for Long is based on a unit's Str.
The weapon is called Long and it has a sword icon before its name. It can be bought for 400 GP in First Town and Desert Town. It has 50 uses, it also increases a Robot's HP by 18 and increases their Str by 4. The damage formula for Long is the user's Str x7.
The weapon is called Long and it has a sword icon before its name. It has an attack power of 10 and it can be bought for 200 G at Dharm in the Present.
An iron-forged, mass-produced sword that has proven itself on the battlefield as the standard weapon of issue for troops from many different lands. The blades available to the common folk, however, tend to be dulled, and leave something to be desired for a seasoned swordsman.
The Longsword is the weakest greatsword, boosting a mere +5 Attack. It can be obtained in the Shop by trading 1830 gil.
Longsword returns as a weapon for Tidus, acquired at level 7.
Though of higher quality than the broadsword, this blade is still standard issue for soldiers. Young warriors who want to stand out from their peers compete with one another in secret to see who can rid themselves of this weapon the quickest by replacing it with a much stronger one. However, most of them cannot afford better equipment given the poor salary of most soldiers.
longsword (also spelled as long sword or long-sword) is a type of European sword characterized as having a cruciform hilt with a grip for two-handed use and a straight double-edged blade of around 90 to 110 cm (35 to 43 in), prevalent during the late medieval and Renaissance periods (approximately 1350 to 1550), with early and late use reaching into the 13th and 17th centuries.A