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The Murasame in Final Fantasy XII.

Soft rains fell when this sword was forged, and the dew still rises on it each evening to wash off the day's blood.
—Description, Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

The Murasame (村雨, Murasame?, lit. Village Rain), also known as MonsterKillr, is a katana appearing in some Final Fantasy titles. The blade is commonly confused with the Muramasa and the Masamune.


Final FantasyEdit

A sword also known as the Demonblade.

The Murasame is the second most powerful katana that can only be equipped by the Ninja class. It provides 50 Attack Power, 10 Accuracy, and 50 Critical, as well as +40 Evasion and +5 Strength, Stamina, and Intelligence, but reduces Agility by 5. It can be won from Omega in the Lifespring Grotto, and when used as an item, will cast Protect.

Final Fantasy IVEdit

FFIV Murasame
Known as the best katana.

The Murasame is one of the ultimate katanas equippable by Edge, obtained in the Lunar Subterrane after beating its guardian, a White Dragon. It is a sister sword to the Masamune. In non-DS versions, it provides 40 Accuracy and +5 Strength, Stamina, and Intelligence while lowering Agility and Spirit by 5, while in the DS version, it provides 100 Accuracy, +1 Speed, and +3 Strength. In all versions, it provides 55 Attack. When used as an item, it casts the Protect spell. This weapon is metallic.

On the Easy Type version, it was renamed to Demon Blade Murasame.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

The Murasame is a high-ranked katana that provides 55 Attack, 40% Accuracy, +5 Strength, Stamina, and Intelligence, and lowering Speed and Spirit by 5. It casts Protect when used as an item, and can be found only in the Subterrane. It can be used by all ninjas.

Final Fantasy VEdit

Katana with a high critical hit ratio. Can be used two-handed.

The Murasame can be stolen from an enemy called Rukh. It has a 25% critical rate, and provides 94 Attack. Murasame is known as MonsterKillr in the Anthology version.

Final Fantasy VIEdit

Dancing blade that helps deflect enemy attacks.

The Murasame is a katana equippable by Cyan and some other party members. Betting this in the Coliseum will allow the player to win a Masamune, localized as the Aura in the SNES version. It has an attack power of 110, +10% Evasion, and enables the Bushido and Runic commands. It can be acquired either by finding it on the Floating Continent, stealing it from Kamui, Samurai Soul, or Behemoth King (Undead), or betting the Sasuke in the Dragon's Neck Coliseum.

Murasame is also one of the weapons thrown by the Outsider, which deals heavy non-elemental damage to one target.

Final Fantasy VIIEdit

The Murasame is one of the swords equippable by Cloud Strife. It can be purchased in Wutai from disc 1 onwards for 6,500 gil. It has two sets of linked Materia slots, and one single slot, and provides 51 Attack, 100 Accuracy, and 12 Magic.

Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-Edit

The Murasame is the default weapon of the Katana (Male) Turk character.

Final Fantasy XEdit

The Murasame is a katana for Auron, and has One MP Cost as one of its abilities. Although it can be customized from any weapon, one can be obtained by entering the password "MURASAME" in the airship.

Final Fantasy XIEdit

Murasame appears in Final Fantasy XI as a treasure dropped by the Ash Dragon deep within Ifrit's Cauldron. It should be noted that it is a Great Katana by this game's classification system as opposed to a katana, which is a single-handed Ninja weapon.

Additionally, another Great Katana called Murasamemaru makes an appearance in Final Fantasy XI as one of the Pulse Panoplia, exuding a visible pulsing aura of water. Obtainable either as an extremely rare drop from Uptala (one of the Voidwatch series of monsters,) or by redeeming five Pulse Cell: Mu (obtainable by defeating the same monster,) the Great Katana also has the hidden property of making all its Weapon Skills deal non-elemental damage.

Final Fantasy XIIEdit

The Murasame is sold on the Phon Coast for 8,500 gil. Any character can equip it, provided they have learned the "Katana 2" license. It is Water-elemental and has an Attack power of 66. All katana have 2.39s charge, and 1.2s action time, making them average when it comes to attacking speed.

In the International Zodiac Job System version, only the Mononofu class is able to equip the Murasame, by obtaining the Katana 3 license for 70 LP.

Final Fantasy TacticsEdit

Referred to as a demon sword, this katana's keen blade showers blood upon the battlefield.

The Murasame is used by Samurai, and is common enough to be purchased at most outfitters. It has an attack power of 10, a weapon defense of 15%, and is bought for 70,000 gil. It is also found with the Treasure Hunter ability in Monastery Vaults second level. The katana's Iaido ability is called Rain of Wisdom, which restores the HP of allies.

Final Fantasy Tactics AdvanceEdit

Dew rises on this sword's blade to wash it of blood.

The Murasame is a katana for Ninjas and Assassins. It is of the Water element and can be bought in all shops for 5,000 gil after the first shop upgrade and provides +31 Attack. It can teach Water Veil to Ninjas and Aphonia to Assassins.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the RiftEdit

The Murasame reappears in the sequel, providing +31 Attack. It is Water-elemental and teaches Wind Slash to the Parivir, Water Veil to the Ninja, and Aphonia to the Assassin. It can be bought for 500 gil in the shop after creating it in the Bazaar after using a Water Stone, Xergis Tin, and Healing Water.

Final Fantasy Type-0Edit

Murasame is a weapon for Jack. It provides 10 Attack Power and is bought from Rokol for 1600 gil.

Final Fantasy Crystal ChroniclesEdit

The Murasame is an artifact that increases Strength by 4. It can be obtained by defeating the Orc King in the third cycle at the Mine of Cathuriges.

Final Fantasy DimensionsEdit

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Dissidia Final FantasyEdit

The Murasame is a level 60 katana with +41 Attack that increases EX Intake Rate by +3m. It can be traded for with a Kiku-Ichimonji, a Lizard Horn, two Taurus Horns, and 18,360 gil.

Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

Murasame returns as a level 60 katana that provides +58 Attack, -1 Defense, +34 Bravery, and EX Intake Range +1m. It can be obtained by trading 132,880 gil, a Kiku-Ichimonji, Darksteel Ingot, and five Giant's Dreams.

Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

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Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

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Final Fantasy All the BravestEdit

It is only natural that a sword found beneath the surface of the moon be special.

Murasame grants +8 to Attack. It can be equipped by Samurai, Ninja, and Auron.

Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

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Final Fantasy ExplorersEdit

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Other AppearancesEdit

Ehrgeiz: God Bless the RingEdit

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[view  · edit  · purge]Murasame, also known as Murasame-maru (村雨丸), is a fictional katana from the epic novel Nansō Satomi Hakkenden, published during 1800s. It is a magical blade of ice and belongs to one of the dog-reincarnated protagonists, Shino Inuduka. In one episode, the blade is used to extinguish the wildfire set by the enemy.

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