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A powerful sword once used for the persecution of mages.
The Mage Masher (メイジマッシャー, Meiji Masshā?), also known as the Mute Knife and Mage Slasher, is a recurring weapon in the Final Fantasy series. It is typically a dagger or short sword that inflicts the Silence status ailment as well as damaging the enemy.
A knife that casts Silence when used.
The Mage Masher was included in the Dawn of Souls and 20th Anniversary remake. It can be found in the lower levels of the Whisperwind Cove, and provides 20 Attack, 30 Accuracy, 25 Critical, and +5 Intelligence. It may also cast Silence when used as an item and can be used by all classes except White Mage and Monk and their upgrades.
Knife that sometimes silences enemy.
The Mage Masher (Mute Knife in the original US release and Magic Sealing Knife in the Easy Type version) is a dagger found in the Sylph Cave. It deals quadruple damage when used against Mage-type enemies, and provides 35 Attack, 42 Accuracy, and +5 Intelligence, and inflicts Silence. This weapon is metallic.
The Mage Masher provides 35 Attack, 40% Accuracy, has a chance to inflict Silence, and is effective against mages. It can be equipped by Cecil, Ceodore, Kain, Edge, Rydia, Palom, Edward, Gekkou, Zangetsu, Izayoi, Tsukinowa, Harley, Golbez, Calca, and Brina. It is found near the Tower of Trials in a chest in a secret section of the forest during The Crystals: Planet Eater tale.
Knife that sometimes silences enemies. Can be used with Spellblade.
The Mage Slasher is a dagger that can be purchased in Jachol for 900 gil or stolen from Sorcerer. It has a 33% chance of inflicting Silence on the target every attack, and provides 28 Attack, 31 Accuracy, and 1 Magic.
Weapon originally used for combating mages.
The Mage Masher is a weapon for Zidane with 14 Attack and can inflict Silence when used with Add Status (20% chance). It teaches the abilities Flee and Detect and can be stolen from Baku (first fight), found in the Ice Cavern, or bought for 500 gil in Dali, Lindblum (disc 1/2), Treno, Black Mage Village (disc 2/3), Madain Sari, Daguerreo (disc 3), the Ipsen's Castle Mogshop, and the Bran Bal Mogshop.
Any of Tidus's swords can become a Mage Masher if it has Silencestrike as its dominant ability, which can be customized by using Silence Grenade x20. A Mage Masher can be purchased for 120,375 gil at Mt. Gagazet after attaining control of the airship.
The Mage Masher is a dagger type weapon that can be equipped with the Dagger 1 license for 15 LP. It can be bought in Rabanastre, Bhujerba, Nalbina, and the Barheim Passage for 700 gil, found in the Garamsythe Waterway (North Spur Sluiceway), the Barheim Passage (Op Sector 37), and the Ogir-Yensa Sandsea (Primary Tank Complex). It has a 15% chance to inflict Silence on hit. Mage Masher is among the slowest daggers with 2.06s charge and 1.2s action time, but it is still faster than all other types of weapons, apart from Ninja Swords.
In the Zodiac versions, it now provides 18 Attack, 5 Evade, 21 CT, 12% combo rate, has a 15% chance of inflicting Silence, and requires the Daggers 2 license for 20 LP. It can be bought in Rabanastre, Nalbina Fortress, and Barheim Passage for 640 gil, or found as a treasure in the Barheim Passage (Op Sector 37). It can be equipped by the Shikari job class.
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-30% Fire/Ice/Lightning damage
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Created especially for the purpose of fighting mages, this knife has the power to silence its target.
The Mage Masher is a fairly weak dagger with an Attack stat of only 4, but can occasionally induce the Silence status. It can be bought in Chapter 1 for 1,500 gil after the first battle with Milleuda Folles at the Brigands' Den, and stolen from Thief in the aforementioned battle. It can also be found as a rare treasure in Windmill Hut.
This sword was once used to hunt down rogue mages.
The Mage Masher is a weapon for a Fencer. Rather than inflicting Silence, it teaches the skill Manastrike, which attacks MP rather than HP. It can be bought from Muscadet for 6,000 gil and from any other town for 6,800 gil.
The Mage Masher is a rapier for a Fencer, Red Mage, or Elementalist. It teaches Manastrike to to Fencers, Shell to Red Mages and Thunderous Roar to Elementalists. It can be bought for 1,200 gil in the shop after creating it in the Bazaar after using a Sanative Needle, Sturdy Bone, and Aqua Galac.
A miraculous dagger that seals magic, developed to counter the fierce attacks of the Lontano Mage Legion during Caldisla's ancient war of unification. The method of its making has been lost, but those unearthed on ancient battlefields are being restored and used once more.
The Mage Masher is a level 22 dagger that gives +17 attack and increases the EX Gauge by 15% at the start of battle. It can be obtained by trading 5,500 gil, a Dagger, a Resilience Shard, and Transmogridust x8, or acquired as a stage bonus in Destiny Odyssey IX by finishing a stage with six Destiny Points.
Zidane dual-wields the Final Fantasy IX version, and can combine them to create The Ogre when attacking. Despite being daggers, they are much longer; Zidane also wields them more as swords than daggers.
The Mage Masher is a level 1 weapon that increases ATK +20, DEF +2, and fills the player's EX bar by +5% at the start of a battle. Zidane continues to dual-wield two Mage Mashers in battle. It can be bought at most moogle shops for 200 KP.
This blade deprives those it cuts of speech, preventing spells. Enjoy the silence.
Mage Masher grants +3 to Attack. It can be equipped by Thief, Dancer, Locke, and Rinoa.
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|Additional stats: Accuracy +86|
|Mage Masher (IV)||Daggers||1||18||0||0|
|Additional stats: Accuracy +89|
Bonus effects when equipped: Adds small chance to Silence.
|Mage Masher (IX)||Daggers||1||65||0||0|
|Additional stats: Accuracy +95|
Shared Soul Break: Magic Buster
A special dagger designed for taking on mages and capable of inflicting silence.