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FF7 Pinwheel

Pinwheel in Final Fantasy VII.

Pinwheel with sharp, cutting blades. Use with the Throw command.
Final Fantasy VI Description

Pinwheel (かざぐるま, Kazaguruma?) or (円月輪, Engetsurin?), also known as Tack Star, is a recurring weapon in the series. It is often a mid-ranked throwing weapon or Throw item, giving it the long range property, allowing a party member to deal full damage from the back row.

Appearances Edit

Final Fantasy VI Edit

VI Pinwheel (also known as a Tack Star) is a throwing weapon for Shadow and is the strongest throwing weapon. It has an attack power of 190 and can be found in chests or won by betting a Fuma Shuriken in the Dragon's Neck Coliseum.

Final Fantasy VII Edit

VII Pinwheel is a low-ranked weapon for Yuffie, and provides 37 Attack, Hit Rate of 104, and 9 Magic. It has two linked Materia slots, and is bought in Cosmo Canyon for 2,600 gil.

Final Fantasy VIII Edit

VIII

A weapon that can be used from a distance and have many advantages. The Pinwheel is one of the more basic projectile weapons.
—Description in Weapons Monthly's April issue.

The Pinwheel is the starting weapon for Rinoa, and can be modeled by using M-Stone Piece x3.

Final Fantasy IX Edit

IX

Throwing weapon used with the command 'Throw'. It cannot be equipped.
—Description

Pinwheel is not a equippable weapon, but it can be thrown by Amarant. It is the weakest item that he can throw, bought for 200 gil a piece, and has an Attack Power of 26.

Final Fantasy XI Edit

XI Pinwheels are throwing weapons that can be synthesized.

Final Fantasy Dimensions Edit

FFD Pinwheel is a boomerang weapon that can be equipped by Jobless, Thief, Memorist, Ranger, and Ninja jobs. It can be found in the Underwater Temple and Mt. Gulg.

Dissidia Final Fantasy Edit

Dissidia Pinwheel is a level 29 throwing weapon that provides +23 Attack and -19 Bravery. It can be purchased for 8,400 gil.

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy Edit

Dissidia012 The Pinwheel returns as a level 1 throwing weapon that provides +26 Attack, -26 Bravery, and -2 Defense. It can be obtained by trading 22,900 gil.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy and Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Edit

TFF TFFCC Rinoa wields the Final Fantasy VIII version of the Pinwheel in her character model.

Pictlogica Final Fantasy Edit

PFF Pinwheel is a throwing weapon with a rarity of 2.

Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade Edit

FFAB Pinwheel is featured as a throwing weapon, alongside Rinoa's Pinwheel from Final Fantasy VIII. The Pinwheel comes in SR, SR+, and SSR variety.

Final Fantasy Record Keeper Edit

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Final Fantasy Brave Exvius Edit

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Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances Edit

Puzzle & Dragons Edit

PAD Rinoa's Pinwheel

Rinoa's Pinwheel.

Rinoa's Pinwheel appeared in Puzzle & Dragons as part of the Final Fantasy collaboration.

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Etymology Edit

A pinwheel is a simple toy made of a wheel of paper or plastic curls attached at its axle to a stick by a pin. It is designed to spin when blown upon. Pinwheel is also a type of traditional Japanese origami form that can be used as a toy pinwheel, as a base for more complicated models, or as a component of modular origami.

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