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- "Dark faeries trapped a raging storm within this hammer as they forged it."
- —Description, Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift
Thor's Hammer (トールハンマー, Tōruhanmā?), also known as Mjollnir (ミョルニル, Myoruniru?) or Thor, is a recurring weapon in the series. It is oftentimes one of the most powerful hammers, and is usually associated with the Lightning element. It is often found near the end of the game and has high Attack power.
- "Hammer that casts Thundara when used."
Thor's Hammer is the second strongest hammer in the game, only bested by the War Hammer. It has an Attack of 18 and Accuracy of 15, and casts Thundara when used as an item. It can be used by the Knight, Ninja, and White Wizard Job classes. It is found on the second floor of the Mirage Tower.
- "Hammer that holds the power of lightning."
Thor's Hammer is the second strongest hammer in the game, and only appears in the Advance and The Complete Collection remakes of the game. It provides 190 Attack, 15 Strength, and 30 Accuracy, and deals Lightning-elemental damage. It inflicts critical damage to Machine-type enemies, and casts Blitz when used as an item. This weapon is metallic. It can be acquired from the Cave of Trials after defeating the Death Machine that guards it.
Thor's Hammer is the most powerful hammer in the game, and can be used by Cid, Golbez, Luca, and Gekkou. It is found in the Depths. It is a 2-handed weapon that adds Strength +10 to the wielder. It provides 140 Attack and 30 Accuracy.
- "Hammer named for a god. Full power from back row. Can be used two-handed."
The Thor's Hammer is a high-ranked hammer and is obtained near the end of the game by stealing it from Death Claw. It has 78 Attack, 81 Hit Rate, and is Long Ranged. It can only be used by Freelancers, Berserkers, and Gladiators.
The Mjollnir is the White Mage's Relic Weapon, available only to Level 75 White Mages after having completed an immensely lengthy and expensive quest (often taking months of time, hundreds of millions of gil, and the full assistance of an entire Linkshell community to obtain difficult Dynamis drop items). The inception of the Mjollnir by the developers around the launch of the Zilart expansion was essentially to validate the White Mage Job class as a front-line fighter. Though with optimal gear and clever strategy a White Mage with this weapon is formidable, it is still, however, outclassed by most other Jobs designed specifically for combat with mediocre gear builds, and is therefore viewed as a trophy item for those who obtain it. It is also criticized for not amplifying any magical aspects of the White Mage Job (as many other Relic Weapons build on their respective Jobs' greater aspects) but instead attempts to make up for the Job's poor offensive combative skills. Notably, however, this club is the most powerful one-handed weapon (based solely on the damage statistic) in the entirety of Final Fantasy XI, including swords, axes, katana, and daggers.
Thor's Hammer is Cinque's ultimate weapon.
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Mjolnir is the strongest hammer in the game, providing 55 Attack, 10 Magic, and 15 Resistance, as well as being Lightning-elemental. It can be bought for 12,000 gil in the shop after creating it in the Bazaar after using a Scarlettite, Quince, and Unpurified Ether.
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Mjollnir is a Strength-raising artifact that grants Strength +3.
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Mjollnir is classified as a pole, granting 69 Bravery, 62 Attack, and decreases HP by 288. It may only be equipped by characters Level 90 or above.
The "Mjöllnir" is Thor's hammer in Norse mythology. Thor is commonly known as the god of thunder, and the Mjöllnir was said to be mighty enough to level mountains. Though the weapon is usually known as a hammer, it has also been reported as an axe or club.