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A sword forged from the metal known as mythril. Its brilliantly shining blade is incredibly lightweight.
A sword wrought from mythril.
Mythril Sword is a mid-ranked sword that provides 23 Attack, 15 Accuracy, and 17 Critical. It can be bought for 4,000 gil (3,200 in Easy mode) at Elfheim and Crescent Lake, or dropped from Astos. It can be equipped by the Warrior, Knight, Ninja, Red Mage, and Red Wizard classes.
In newer editions the Mythril Sword has been removed from the weapons shop in Elfheim, making it unavailable until Crescent Lake.
A sword made of mythril.
Mythril Sword is a low-ranked sword that provides 20 Attack, 50% Accuracy, and 2% Evasion. It can be bought for 700 gil (1,800 in the NES/PSX versions) at Altair, Paloom, and Poft, or found in Kashuan.
Mythril Sword is a low-ranked sword that provides 17 Attack (15 in the NES version). It can be bought for 500 gil at Kazus or Canaan, or found in the Mythril Mines. It can be equipped by the Onion Knight, Warrior, Freelancer, Red Mage, Knight, and Dark Knight classes.
Sword of mythril, effective against ghouls.
Mythril Sword is a low-ranked sword that provides 50 Attack, 30 Hit Rate, and deals extra damage against Ghouls. It can be bought for 6,000 gil in Mythril or dropped from Mythril Golem. It can be equipped by Cecil and Kain.
In the Easy Type version, it was renamed to Piglet's Bamboo Sword.
In the 3D remakes, Mythril Sword now provides 30 Attack, 90 Accuracy, and deals extra damage against Ghosts. It is obtained in the same manner as before. It can be equipped by Cecil and Kain, and Golbez if he is hacked into the party.
Mythril Sword returns with the same attributes as before, and can now be bought for 6,000 gil at Mythril during the final tale, dropped from Mythril Golem, or found at Devil's Road during Kain's tale or at Impact Crater during the Lunarian Tale. It can be equipped by Cecil, Ceodore, Kain, and Golbez.
Sword forged from mythril. Can be used two-handed. Can be used with Spellblade.
Simple sword forged from mythril.
Mythril Sword is originally the weakest sword, now beaten by the Excalipoor in the Game Boy Advance, mobile and Steam versions. It provides 38 Attack, enables Runic and Bushido, and is two-handed compatible. It can be bought for 450 gil at South Figaro and Mobliz in the World of Balance, stolen from Corporal and Shambling Corpse, morphed from Magna Roader (Purple), Trapper, Onion Knight, Magitek Armor, Sky Armor, Satellite, Dropper, Schmidt, Onion Dasher, Pluto Armor, Heavy Armor, Chaser, Fortis, Junk, Magna Roader (Red), Garm, Dueller, Magna Roader (Brown), InnoSent, Death Machine, and Metal Hitman, or by recruiting Edgar. It can be equipped by Terra, Locke, Edgar, and Celes.
Sword made of mythril.
Mythril Sword is a low-ranked sword for Steiner that provides 20 Attack and teaches the ability Armor Break. It can be bought for 1,300 gil at Treno and Esto Gaza before the Desert Palace, or stolen from Beatrix at Burmecia.
Mythril Sword is the weakest sword, providing 13 Attack, 5 Evade, 35 CT, and 5% Combo Rate. It requires the Smallswords license to equip, and is rarely dropped from Omega Mark XII (1% chance). It is initially equipped by Reks and Vaan.
In the International version, Mythril Sword instead provides 14 Attack, 5 Evade, 30 CT, and 5% Combo Rate. It can now be found as treasure in the Henne Mines (Phase 2 Dig) or Cerobi Steppe (Crossfield). It is initially equipped by Reks.
Mythril Sword is a low to mid-ranked sword that provides 7 Attack and 8% Weapon Defense. It can be bought for 1,600 gil at an Outfitter after completing Lenalian Plateau in Chapter 1, or as rare treasure at Fovoham Windflats and Mining Town of Gollund.
Sword made from rare and coveted mythril ore.
A blade made from the special metal mythril, known for its low maintenance requirements.
Mythril Sword is a mid-ranked sword that provides 90 Attack. It can be created through the "Mythril Weapon" scroll at the cost of 1,100 gil.
A sword made from the special metal mythril. Mythril is easy to maintain.
Mythril Sword is a mid-ranked sword that provides 80 Attack, +5 to Spacetime and Stun, and has one available slot for jewels. It can be used by all races.
A sword forged by a famous sword-maker using Eisenberg-mined mythril ore smelted at an extremely high temperature. While the blade length is on the short side due to mythril being so precious, it is far sharper than iron swords.
A sword forged by a famous swordsmith using Eisenberg-mined mythril ore smelted at an extremely high temperature. While the blade length is on the short side due to mythril being so precious, it is far sharper than iron swords.
Something about having this classic sword in hand just sets the mind at ease.
|Mythril Sword (IV)|
(Mithril Sword (IV))
|Additional stats: Accuracy +86|
|Mythril Sword (FFT)|
(Mithril Sword (FFT))
|Additional stats: Accuracy +89|
A sword made of mythril which boasts flexibility and durability. All soldiers dream of owning this blade and possession of it alone is said to raise a soldier above the rest of his peers. Unfortunately, the rare metal it is forged from makes the mythril sword a rare weapon to produce. Currently, a social experiment to boost troop morale by offering this blade as a prize is being conducted.
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