Gloves forged for swordsmen who have mastered every technique and achieved knighthood's most exalted rank.
Onion Gloves (オニオレット, Onioretto?, lit. Oniolet), also known as Onion Gauntlets and Onion, is a recurring armor in the series. They are often the most powerful arm armor when they appear, providing incredible defenses.
In the NES version, it provides 32 Defense, 32 Magic Defense, and 32% Evade. In the 3D versions, it provides 50 Defense, 25 Magic Defense, +5 to all stats, and immunity to all statuses.
Onion Gloves is the strongest glove in the 3D remakes, providing Evasion and Magic Evasion equal to the user's Level/5 as well as Spirit equal to the user's current Level/3. It can only be obtained by trading a Yellow Tail the Tail Collector, and can be equipped by Cecil, Rydia, Rosa, Kain, and Edge.
Onion Gloves is an accessory that provides immunity to KO, Undead, Stone, Traitor, Blind, Confuse, Silence, Vampire, Berserk, Toad, Poison, Slow, Stop, Charm, Sleep, Immobilize, Disable, and Doom. It can only be obtained through Melee mode in the War of the Lion versions, and can only be equipped by the Onion Knight class.
A set of crimson gauntlets brought from the Farplane. In the Farplane, these rare gauntlets were only obtained from rare drops after defeating powerful dragons. These were worn by those who bore the mysterious job of the "Onion Knight." The mysterious powers granted by these gauntlets seem to work no matter the world they are in, and offers divine protection to whomever fortunate enough to come by them.
Onion Gauntlets is an accessory obtained from completing the Final Fantasy III event, Hein the Mage. It provides 3 DEF, 3 SPR, MP +10%, ATK +15%, and when equipped by Onion Knight, enables usage of the ability Lance+.
Non-Final Fantasy appearancesEdit
Rise of ManaEdit
The Onion Gloves appears as a weapon as part of the Final Fantasy Tactics collaboration. Ramza Beoulve is shown wielding it.
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The adjective of onion refers to the Japanese metaphoric idiom of poverty, aptly named the "Onion Life", "peeling away one layer at a time and crying all the way". Alternatively, the term could come from the slang phrase "to know one's onions", meaning to be very versatile.