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FFX Weapon - Nirvana

The Nirvana as it appears in Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2.

Cast aside the doubt in your mind, pick up this staff, and watch the light of clarity shine down upon your path.

Nirvana (ニルヴァナ or ニルヴァーナ, Niruvana?), also known as Shambhala, is a recurring weapon in the Final Fantasy series. It is usually the most powerful staff and is mostly used by Summoners or White Mages.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy IVEdit

Staff with the power of reflection.
—Description

Nirvana is a staff exclusive to the Advance and Complete Collection versions, and can only be equipped by Porom. It provides +80 Attack, 40 Accuracy, +15 to Stamina and Spirit, and casts Reflect when used as an item. It is found in the Lunar Ruins.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

Nirvana is a dummied out weapon that can only be accessed via hacking, and would have provided 80 Attack as well as several stat boosts. It would have cast Reflect when used as an item, and would have been used by several characters.

Final Fantasy XEdit

The Nirvana is Yuna's Celestial Weapon, and can be obtained at the Monster Arena in the Calm Lands. It requires the Moon Crest and Sigil to attain its maximum power. At maximum power, its abilities are Break Damage Limit, Triple Overdrive, Double AP, and One MP Cost. It allows the aeon Valefor to break the 9,999 damage limit once activated with the Moon Crest. Like all Celestial Weapons, Nirvana ignores target's Defense. It deals more damage the closer Yuna is to her max MP.

The damage formula is:

(10 + [100 * User's current MP ÷ User's Max MP]) ÷ 110

Final Fantasy X-2Edit

Yuna wields the Nirvana when she is in her Black Mage dressphere.

Final Fantasy XIEdit

The Nirvana is the Summoner's Mythic Weapon. It reduces Avatar perpetuation cost by four (exceeding even Bahamut's Staff), increases Magical Attack power of avatars by a significant amount, and features the unique Garland of Bliss weapon skill. Because of these factors, and because the comparable Relic Weapon upgrade for Summoners, the Claustrum, is arguably the worst, Nirvana is considered one of the few actually sensible Mythic Weapon upgrades.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant WingsEdit

Baton used in somber, contemplative dances.
—In-game description

The Nirvana is one of Penelo's strongest staves crafted in the Sky Saloon with a Rare Gemstone, Red Gemstone, and Luxuriant Hide. It provides a base of +40 Attack, +90 Magick, and +12 Speed. It uses a generic staff sprite during battle.

Final Fantasy XIIIEdit

This upgraded weapon maintains the properties of the original, while boosting overall power and ATB capacity.
—Description

The Nirvana is a final tier rod weapon for Vanille, upgraded from a maxed second tier weapon using a Trapezohedron. While their passive and synthesized abilities vary, all Nirvanas add a ATB gauge segment.

Final Fantasy XIVEdit

After long years spent spurring worldly desires, a Near Eastern hierarch rose to a higher state of being. And as he did, life itself quickened within his trusty staff, the very twin of which you now hold!
—Jalzahn

The Nirvana is one of the legendary Zodiac Weapons wielded by the Zodiac Braves, wielded by White Mages. The weapon is the final form of the White Mage's Relic Weapon, the Thyrus. The weapon provides 54 vitality, 10 accuracy, 51 mind, and raises the custom stat bonuses the player put into their Novus weapon by 2 points.

In addition, the Nirvana is originally mentioned as an important artifact related to the White Mage quest chain.

Final Fantasy TacticsEdit

A staff that can only be mastered by the enlightened.
—Description

The Nirvana is the second strongest staff in the War of the Lions remake, providing 5 Attack, 15% Weapon Defense, 3 Magic, and being Holy elemental. It can only be obtained via Melee.

Final Fantasy Tactics AdvanceEdit

Staff held by those who have cast off base desire.
—Description

The Nirvana Staff is a powerful staff that can teach Full-Life to White Mages, Holy to Bishops, and Phoenix to Summoners.

It provides +34 Attack, +10 Resistance, and is Holy-elemental. It is obtained as a random reward for completing a mission or as a reward for a "Cave-Cave-Jagd-Jagd" Treasure Hunt or stolen from the summoner in the fight against Ritz.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the RiftEdit

The Nirvana reappears as the ultimate staff. It adds 34 to the Attack stat and 10 to the Resistance stat, as well as being Holy-elemental. Nirvana can still teach Arise to White Mages, Holy to Bishops, and Phoenix to Summoners.

It can be bought for 8,800 gil in the shop after creating it in the Bazaar after using a Lightwing Crystal, Mahbeny, and Crusader Tonic, but can also be won as a reward for completing the mission "Bonga Bugle - Mistleaf" by beating all monsters during the second round.

Final Fantasy Type-0Edit

Sice's Shambhala scythe is called Nirvana in the Japanese version. It provides 63 Attack Power and is bought for 60,000 gil from the Akademeia Armory (complete The Clash in the Caverns on Finis difficulty). In the PSP version, it could also be acquired by exchanging for 10 tickets on the Square Enix Members site.

Bravely Second: End LayerEdit

A staff crafted by one of the empire's preeminent weaponsmiths at the request of Nikolai Nikolanikov. Though a pious man who abhors violence, Nikolai is committed to atoning for his sins, and thus carried this menacing staff as a symbol of the unwavering strength of his resolve.
—Description
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Dissidia Final FantasyEdit

The Nirvana is the strongest staff and increases EX Mode duration by 40%. It can be obtained by trading 31,920 gil, Staff of Light, and Iifa Tree x5.

Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

Nirvana returns as the strongest staff again as the level 100 staff, providing +66 Attack, +39 Bravery, and +20% EX Mode Duration. It can be obtained by trading 180,320 gil, Staff of Light, Zeus Mace, and Iifa Tree.

Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

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Final Fantasy All the BravestEdit

The staff of a legendary summoner, said to have brought about everlasting peace.
—Description

Nirvana grants +10 to Attack. It can be equipped by White Mage, Devout, Sage, Rydia, Krile, Eiko, and Yuna.

Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

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Final Fantasy ExplorersEdit

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EtymologyEdit

Nirvana is an ancient Sanskrit term used in Indian religions to describe the profound peace of mind that is acquired with moksha (liberation). In shramanic thought, it is the state of being free from suffering. In Hindu philosophy, it is union with the Brahman (Supreme Being). Nirvana is the final goal of Buddhism refers to the imperturbable stillness of mind after the fires of desire, aversion, and delusion have been finally extinguished. Those who reached Nirvana state will be liberated from the cycle of birth, life, and death so they will never reborn again.

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