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FFXIII Ninurta

Ninurta in Final Fantasy XIII.

Designed with balanced performance in mind, this boomerang deliberately avoids the extreme characteristics of competitor models.
—Description in Final Fantasy XIII

Ninurta (ニヌルタ, Ninuruta?) is a recurring weapon in the series.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy XIIIEdit

XIII Ninurta is a boomerang for Hope. It has equal Magic and Strength, and has "Physical Wall" trait. Hope, however, doesn't need balanced stats as he is geared toward Magic use in the paradigm roles he is most proficient in. With Ninurta Hope is still going to have a better Magic; the Strength stat would only be used as a Commando when manually selecting Attack.

I can be bought in Up in Arms (2,800 gil) and found in Vile Peaks. It can be upgraded to Jatayu with a Perovskite. At max level it dismantles to thirteen Gyroscopes and a Crankshaft.

Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

PFF

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Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

FFAB

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

FFRK

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EtymologyEdit

Ninurta in Sumerian and the Akkadian mythology of Assyria and Babylonia was the god of Lagash, identified with Ningirsu with whom he may always have been identified. In older transliteration the name is rendered Ninib and Ninip, and in early commentary he was sometimes portrayed as a solar deity. In Nippur, Ninurta was worshiped as part of a triad of deities including his father, Enlil and his mother, Ninlil. Ninurta often appears holding a bow and arrow, a sickle sword, or a mace named Sharur: Sharur is capable of speech in the Sumerian legend "Deeds and Exploits of Ninurta" and can take the form of a winged lion and may represent an archetype for the later Shedu.