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The Mythril Sword in Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy.

Mythril equipment (ミスリル, Misuriru?) is a recurring and common type of equipment in the series. They are forged from Mythril ore into the shape of many weapons, armor, and accessories.

The most common appearances of Mythril equipment are: claws, daggers, swords, spears, axes, hammers, maces, staves, rods, bows, shields, heavy armor, and light armor. The equipment of this type are usually of weak or mediocre power, as they are usually obtained either after the first boss or in the second quarter of the game. This is somewhat odd, as in many fantasy settings Mythril is a very high grade metal.

In some early localizations, Mythril equipment has been localized as Silver equipment.

AppearancesEdit

Final FantasyEdit

In the first game of the series, Mythril equipment is a mediocre set which can only be used to its fullest by the Warrior and Ninja classes. It is one of the first upgrade series and worth buying for its use in dealing extra damage to or protecting from stronger monsters in the area. White and Black Mages's attacks can save magic for harder opponents with more HP, or deal damage to enemies with a few HP remaining to keep them from using their move sets.

List of Mythril equipment:

  • Mythril Knife
  • Mythril Sword
  • Mythril Hammer
  • Mythril Axe
  • Mythril Mail
  • Mythril Helm
  • Mythril Gloves
  • Mythril Shield

Final Fantasy IIEdit

Mythril plays a more important role in the story, the number of mythril equipment has increased. All of these weapons can be obtained after obtaining said item in the Semitt Falls.

List of Mythril Weapons:

  • Mythril Axe
  • Mythril Bow
  • Mythril Knife
  • Mythril Mace
  • Mythril Spear
  • Mythril Sword

List of Mythril Armor:

  • Mythril Armor
  • Mythril Gloves
  • Mythril Helm
  • Mythril Shield

Final Fantasy IIIEdit

Mythril equipment becomes available after defeating the Djinn in the Sealed Cave.

List of Mythril equipment:

  • Mythril Knife
  • Mythril Sword
  • Mythril Rod
  • Mythril Armor
  • Mythril Gloves
  • Mythril Bracers
  • Mythril Helm
  • Mythril Shield

The Mythril Ring is an item used to banish Djinn and remove the curse.

Final Fantasy IVEdit

Named as Silver in the original SNES translation, Mythril equipment can be found and purchased at the eponymous town of Mythril. Curiously, the Adamantite Grotto is found nearby.

List of Mythril equipment:

  • Mythril Knife
  • Mythril Staff
  • Mythril Hammer
  • Mythril Sword
  • Mythril Armor
  • Mythril Gloves
  • Mythril Helmet
  • Mythril Shield

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-Edit

Mythril equipment cannot be purchased at any shops, but certain monster can drop some of them.

List of Mythril equipment:

  • Mythril Knife
  • Mythril Staff
  • Mythril Hammer
  • Mythril Sword
  • Mythril Armor
  • Mythril Gloves
  • Mythril Helmet
  • Mythril Shield

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

List of Mythril equipment:

  • Mythril Knife
  • Mythril Staff
  • Mythril Hammer
  • Mythril Sword
  • Mythril Armor
  • Mythril Gloves
  • Mythril Helmet
  • Mythril Shield

Final Fantasy VEdit

The Mythril set, also known as Mithril, is a set of equipment obtained in the earlier stages of the game. The complete Mythril set can be bought in Karnak.

List of Mythril equipment:

Final Fantasy VIEdit

The metal was originally translated as Mithril in the SNES version. There are various weapons, armors, and relics of this type.

List of Mythril weapons:

  • Mythril Knife
  • Mythril Blade
  • Mythril Claw
  • Mythril Rod
  • Mythril Spear

List of Mythril armor and accessories:

  • Mythril Vest
  • Mythril Mail
  • Mythril Helm
  • Mythril Shield
  • Mythril Glove

Mythril Dagger is also one of the weapons thrown by the Blade Dancer, which deals moderate non-elemental damage to one target.

Final Fantasy VIIEdit

In this game, there are few pieces of Mythril equipment: a Mythril Armlet, which can be purchased at the Wall Market, a Mythril Saber for Cloud, a Mythril Rod for Aeris, a Mythril Claw for Tifa, and a Mythril Clip for Red XIII.

In order to get Aeris's ultimate Limit Break, Great Gospel, a piece of Mythril is required to give to the Weapon Seller near Gongaga Village. This is obtained from the sleeping man near Fort Condor, but is only received when the player talks to him after fight a number of battles where the last two digits are the same, such as 455 or 311, though both numbers must be odd. The Mythril can be traded for a choice of two boxes, one of which contains a piece of armor or an accessory (usually a Gold Armlet), while the other contains the Limit Break.

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-Edit

The Mythril Armlet is an accessory that boosts Max MP by 100% and prevents Silence. The Mythril Gloves boosts Attack and Magic by +5.

Final Fantasy IXEdit

Mythril equipment is relatively abundant: all characters but Vivi have access to at least one Mythril weapon. Mythril armor is also available to all characters. Every Mythril weapon can be purchased in Esto Gaza before traveling to the Desert Palace, although most of them can be found or purchased earlier.

List of Mythril weapons:

List of Mythril armor:

  • Mythril Helm
  • Mythril Armlet
  • Mythril Gloves
  • Mythril Vest
  • Mythril Armor

Tetra MasterEdit

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Final Fantasy XEdit

Any character's armor can gain the Mythril moniker by having both a "Magic Defense +%" and a "Defense +%" abilities on the same armor.

Final Fantasy X-2Edit

There are no weapons and armor, but there are two kinds of Mythril accessories. The Mythril Gloves raise Defense by 20, while the Mythril Bangle raises HP by 60%.

Final Fantasy XIEdit

Mythril is a basic Goldsmithing material, used in the creation of many types of equipment and currencies. It is typically ranked between Silver and Gold in value.

List of Mythril equipment:

  • Mythril Axe
  • Mythril Pick
  • Mythril Mace
  • Mythril Rod
  • Mythril Baselard
  • Mythril Dagger
  • Mythril Knife
  • Mythril Kukri
  • Mythril Knuckles
  • Mythril Claws
  • Mythril Sword
  • Mythril Degen
  • Mythril Lance
  • Mythril Zanghal
  • Mythril Scythe
  • Mythril Sallet
  • Mythril Breastplate
  • Mythril Gauntlets
  • Mythril Cuisses
  • Mythril Legging

Final Fantasy XIIEdit

Only two Mythril weapons appear: a Mythril Sword, initially equipped by Vaan, and a Mythril Blade by Basch. Both are Smallswords and are only used during the events in the Nalbina Dungeons, thereafter they will be quickly turned in for much better equipment when the party returns to Rabanastre. Both can be sold for a small amount, but only the Mythril Sword can be reacquired later as a very rare drop from the Omega Mark XII.

Basch's Mythril Blade plays a small storyline role. Dalan gives the Blade to Vaan as a quest item, then called the Sword of the Order, signifying it the traditional weapon of the Knights of Dalmasca. Vaan delivers the blade to a man named "Azelas" in town, who turns out to be Vossler. Vossler then passes the sword to Basch, who officially joins the main party after the cutscene accompanying the delivery and has the blade equipped. Unique to Basch, cutscenes where he is armed show him wielding the Mythril Blade regardless of what actual weapon he has equipped, while other characters wield their equipped weapons.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant WingsEdit

The Mythril Gloves is an accessory for Llyud that grants the team resistance to Confuse.

Final Fantasy XIIIEdit

Returning to its original name, the Mythril Bangle is an accessory that grants +300 to 450 HP depending on its level. It is acquired through upgrading the Gold Bangle and can be upgraded to the Platinum Bangle by using the Mnar Stone. The Mythril Bangle can also be bought from B&W Outfitters in the Retail Network for 15,000 gil.

Final Fantasy XIII-2Edit

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Final Fantasy XIVEdit

Mythril gear encompasses a variety of mid-range equipment, generally between steel and cobalt.

Final Fantasy TacticsEdit

There are a few pieces of Mythril gear, which are distributed to heavier jobs.

List of Mythril equipment:

  • Mythril Knife
  • Mythril Spear
  • Mythril Sword
  • Mythril Armor
  • Mythril Vest
  • Mythril Helm
  • Mythril Shield

Final Fantasy Tactics AdvanceEdit

By competing with other clans, the player can win many types of Mythril weapons. By giving them to one of the clanners, they can learn a combo move that is related to their job. All combo moves are mastered after gaining 100 AP.

List of Mythril weapons:

Final Fantasy Type-0Edit

List of Mythril weapons:
  • Mythril Deck
  • Mythril Flute
  • Mythril Bow
  • Mythril Pistol
  • Mythril Mace
  • Mythril Scythe
  • Mythril Whipblade
  • Mythril Gloves
  • Mythril Lance
  • Mythril Blade
  • Mythril Saber
  • Mythril Blasters
  • Mythril Rapiers
  • Mythril Daggers
List of Mythril accessories:
  • Mythril Bangle
  • Mythril Bracer
  • Mythril Armor
  • Mythril Ring
  • Mythril Gloves
  • Mythril Helm

Final Fantasy Crystal ChroniclesEdit

Mythril equipment appears only in the form of armor.

List of Mythril armor:

  • Mythril Plate
  • Mythril Shield
  • Mythril Belt
  • Mythril Gauntlets
  • Mythril Helm

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of FatesEdit

Mythril Helm, Mythril Casque, Mythril Armor, and Mythril Plate represent the Mythril equipment.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a KingEdit

The Mythril Sword and Mythril Dagger represents the Mythril equipment, both being low-ranked weapons.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of TimeEdit

Mythril Sword, Mythril Ladle, Mythril Bow, Mythril Rod, Mythril Club, Mythril Pike, Mythril Helm, and Mythril Armor are the representatives of this set of equipment.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a DarklordEdit

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Final Fantasy Mystic QuestEdit

Mythril was localized as Steel, Benjamin's first weapon and his initial equipped weapon is the Steel Sword. The Steel Helm, Steel Shield and Steel Armor appear as the weakest armor set in their respective categories.

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of LightEdit

The Mythril Hammer and Mythril Rod are the only Mythril equipment. The Mythril Hammer is one of the two ways to try and hatch the dragon egg in Invidia. The player can only obtain the weapon by giving a piece of Mythril to the Weapon Shop owner in Invidia. The Mythril Rod can only be obtained from the Arbor multiplayer shop.

Bravely DefaultEdit

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Bravely Second: End LayerEdit

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Final Fantasy DimensionsEdit

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Final Fantasy Legends: Toki no SuishōEdit

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Dissidia Final FantasyEdit

The Mythril set consists of a shield, bangle, helm, hairpin, vest and armor for armor, and a Mythril Sword, Spear, Rod, Axe and Claw for weapons. All of the Mythril items are level 22, except for the spear and armor at level 23 and the rod at level 24. All of the items have a variation with the "+" suffix, which provides the same stats but have a level requirement 14 levels lower. When any three of the Mythril items are equipped, the "Mystic Mythril" combination is activated, increasing EX Mode duration by 30%.

Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

The Mythril Sword in its Final Fantasy XII appearance is wielded by Vaan as his basic Short Sword. Various other Mythril equipment appear, including the Mythril Sword, Mythril Spear, Mythril Axe, Mythril Rod, Mythril Claws, Mythril Shield, Mythril Bangle, Mythril Helm, Mythril Hairpin, Mythril Vest, and Mythril Armor. All Mythril equipment grants 1/3 Mystic Mythril and are all level 1 equipment.

Dissidia Final Fantasy (2015)Edit

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Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

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Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

The Mythril Sword, Mythril Dagger, and Mythril Spear are weapons. The Mythril Sword with rarity listed as Normal has a base Attack of 280 and a base Defense of 260, has a maximum level of 20, a cost of 4, and a fast leveling rate. The Mythril Sword with rarity listed as Normal Plus has a base attack of 550 and a base defense of 580. It has a maximum level of 40, a cost of 8, and a normal leveling rate.

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Final Fantasy All the BravestEdit

There are numerous mythril equipment: Mythril Knife, Mythril Sword, Mythril Rod, and Mythril Claws.

Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

Mythril Shield from Final Fantasy IV is a Rarity 2 shield.

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Final Fantasy Brave ExviusEdit

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Chocobo no Fushigi na DungeonEdit

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Chocobo's Dungeon 2Edit

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Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's DungeonEdit

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Other appearancesEdit

Ehrgeiz: God Bless the RingEdit

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EtymologyEdit

The word "mythril" or "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".

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