A sturdy, well-balanced knife forged from the featherlight metal known as mythril.
Mythril Knife (ミスリルナイフ, Misuriru Naifu?), also known as Mithril or Silver Knife, is a recurring weapon in the series. It is oftentimes a low-ranked knife or dagger, providing minimal attack power and no special effects.
A knife wrought from mythril.
Mythril Knife is a low-ranked dagger that provides 10 Attack, 15 Accuracy, and 16 Critical. It can be bought for 800 gil (640 on Easy mode) at Crescent Lake, or found in Castle Cornelia (with the Mystic Key), Mount Duergar, and Marsh Cave. It can be equipped by all classes but the White Mage, White Wizard, Monk, and Black Belt.
A knife made of mythril.
Mythril Knife is a low-ranked dagger that provides 14 Attack (10 in the NES version), and can be equipped by the Onion Knight, Freelancer, Warrior, Red Mage, Thief, Dark Knight, Ninja, and Bard. It can be bought for 500 gil at Kazus and Canaan.
Knife of mythril, effective against ghouls.
Mythril Knife is the weakest dagger, providing 20 Attack, 49 Accuracy, and deals extra damage against Ghouls. It can be bought for 3,000 gil at Mythril or dropped from Mythril Golem. It can be equipped by Cecil, Kain, Rydia, Edward, Palom, and Edge.
In the 3D remake, Mythril Knife now provides 10 Attack, 110 Accuracy, Speed +1, and deals extra damage against Ghouls. It is obtained in the same manner as previously, but now can be equipped by Rosa and now only by adult Rydia.
Mythril Knife returns as the weakest dagger, retaining all of its attributes from the previous game. It can be dropped from Mythril Golem, and can only be equipped by Cecil, Rydia, Rydia?, Palom, and Edge.
Mythril Knife returns as a low-ranked dagger that retains all of its attributes from the previous games, and can now be bought for 3,000 gil at Mythril, dropped from Fell Turtle, Ironback, or Mythril Golem, found in the Sylph Cave (Rydia's Tale), or made at Kokkol's Forge by using Kokkol Ore x2 and a Knife. It can be equipped by Cecil, Ceodore, Kain, Edge, Rydia, Palom, Edward, Gekkou, Zangetsu, Izayoi, Tsukinowa, Harley, Golbez, Calca and, Brina.
Knife forged from mythril. Can be used with Spellblade.
Mythril Knife is a low-ranked dagger that provides 23 Attack and 100 Hit Rate. It can be bought for 450 gil at Walse and Karnak, or stolen from Wyvern. It can be equipped by all jobs except the Monk, White Mage, and Oracle.
Sturdy adventurer's knife forged from pure mythril.
Mythril Knife is the second weakest dagger, providing 30 Attack, enables Runic, and is two-handed compatible. It can be bought for 300 gil at South Figaro or Mobliz in the World of Balance, stolen from Lesser Lopros and Guard Leader, dropped from Iron Fist, or by recruiting Terra and Gogo. It can be equipped by Terra, Locke, Edgar, Shadow, Celes, Setzer, Strago, Mog, Relm, and Gogo.
Mythril Knives are a set of level 38 daggers for Rogues and Ninjas, crafted by blacksmiths. They normally have damage rating of 23, Dexterity +8, Vitality +8, and Determination +7, while the high-quality knives have a damage rating of 25, Dexterity +9, Vitality +10, and Determination +9. Two materia slots are present.
Mythril Knife is the second weakest knife, providing 4 Attack and 5% Weapon Defense. It can be bought for 500 gil at an Outfitter after meeting with Dycedarg at Eagrose Castle in Chapter 1, or found as rare treasure at Merchant City of Dorter and Mining Town of Gollund using Treasure Hunter.
Knife with a lustrous mythril blade.
This dagger is made from a rare and precious metal, yet still has a modest look.
mithril" is a metal found in many fantasy worlds. It was originally introduced by the fantasy writings of J. R. R. Tolkien, being present in his Middle-earth. It resembles silver but is stronger than steel, and much lighter in weight than either. The author first wrote of it in The Lord of the Rings, and it is retrospectively mentioned in the third, revised edition of The Hobbit in 1966. In the first 1937 edition, the mail shirt given to Bilbo is described as being made of "silvered steel". The name mithril comes from two words in Sindarin—mith, meaning "grey" or "mist", and ril meaning "glitter".The word "mythril" or "