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Muramasa in Final Fantasy XII.

Referred to as a demon sword, this katana was said to drink the blood of countless enemies.
—Description, Final Fantasy Tactics.

Muramasa (ムラマサ or 村正, Muramasa?) is a recurring weapon in the Final Fantasy series. The Muramasa is usually associated with the Ninja and Samurai job classes.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy IIIEdit

The Muramasa is the reward given to Ninjas by the Legendary Smith after reaching job level 99. It has an Attack power of 140 and adds +5 Strength, Vitality, Intellect, and Mind, and +10 Agility.

Final Fantasy XEdit

The Muramasa is one of Auron's katana. It has the Triple Overdrive, Triple AP, and Overdrive → AP abilities on it.

Final Fantasy XIIEdit

The Muramasa is one of the strongest katanas and cannot be bought in any shop. It can be found as a treasure in the Pharos, dropped by the Crypt Bunny, and stolen from the Avenger. It has an Attack power of 84, and its license costs 50 LP. All katana have 2.39s charge, and 1.2s action time, making them average what it comes to attacking speed.

In the International Zodiac Job System version, the Samurai is the only class able to equip the Muramasa, and it requires the Katana 5 License for 100 LP.

Final Fantasy XIII-2Edit

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Gilgamesh wields Muramasa.

A weapon of fey power feared as the blade that will strike down time's master. Increases chain bonuses.
—Description

The Muramasa is a DLC weapon for Noel Kreiss, which increases chain bonuses in battle.

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Final Fantasy TacticsEdit

The Muramasa has an attack power of 14 and 15% weapon defense when equipped. It can be bought for 15,000 gil from Chapter 3 and onwards. It can be found with the Treasure Hunter ability at Limberry Castle Keep as a rare treasure. The katana's Iaido ability is called Doomed Aspirations, which deals non-elemental magick damage and has a chance of inflicting Doom and/or Confuse statuses.

Final Fantasy Type-0Edit

The Muramasa is a katana for Jack. It increases his Strength by 58 and his max MP by 30%. It can be bought from the Akademeia Armory for 35,000 gil. In the PSP version, it can be unlocked after Jack has participated in missions 200 times. In the HD version, it can be unlocked after Jack has dealt 200 Killsight strikes.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of FatesEdit

Brilliant blade made shiny by a coat of blood. Even so, it has an alluring quality about it.
—Description

The Muramasa is a high-powered weapon only usable by Clavats. It can be made using the Cursed Weapon scroll, and provides +160 Attack.

Final Fantasy Legend IIEdit

The weapon is called Muramas and it has a sword icon before its name. It can be found in Nasty Dungeon. Taro is equipped with a Muramas as well, the only other one in the game. It has 40 uses, it also increases a Robot's HP by 99 and increases their Str by 22. The damage formula for Muramas is the user's Str x15, and its effective against Humanoids such as humans and mutants.

Final Fantasy Legend IIIEdit

The weapon is called Muramas and it has a sword icon before its name. It has an Attack power of 100 and also has innate Curse. It becomes the Mystic Sword Masmune when the curse is lifted by Masa. It deals Mystic-elemental damage, making it the only non-Mystic Sword weapon that can deal Mystic-elemental damage.

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of LightEdit

The Muramasa can be bought in the Mysterious Lighthouse for 9,000 G. The sword has an attack of 14 and can reduces the foe's status levels.

Bravely DefaultEdit

This katana bears the name of Muramasa, a famous swordsmith from the lost land of Wa. It came to be feared as cursed after it claimed the lives of the shogun's grandfather, father, and eldest son.
—Description

Murumasa is a katana that when used a an item triggers the Defang skill. It can be found in Starkfort Interior inside a blue chest.

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Bravely Second: End LayerEdit

This katana bears the name of Muramasa, a famous swordsmith from the lost land of Wa. It came to be feared as cursed after it claimed the lives of the shogun's grandfather, father, and eldest son.
—Description
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Final Fantasy DimensionsEdit

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Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

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Final Fantasy ExplorersEdit

A katana known as the demon blade. It plagues the world by increasing ailment infliction rate.
—Description
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Other appearancesEdit

Ehrgeiz: God Bless the RingEdit

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EtymologyEdit

Sengo Muramasa was a Japanese swordsmith of the Muromachi Period famous for his extremely sharp blades, but was said to be insane. His works are identified by the unusual but skilled properties of having symmetrically matching temper lines on both sides of the blade, fish belly styled tangs, and clean cut boundaries of temper lines, showing the focus of practicality than a balance. The blades forged by him were involved in numerous famous yet unfortunate accidents in the early years of the Tokugawa Shogunate run Edo Period that led to the legends of his swords being evil and bloodthirsty to the point that once drawn, could not be returned to their scabbards without having first drawn blood, even if it required the wielder to commit suicide, and led to his swords being banned. He is famously compared to Masamune in Japanese legend as blacksmiths representative of their times; Masamune of the golden age of katana in the prosperous times of Kamakura, with Muramasa of the turbulent and violent warring age of the Sengoku.

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