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Rod infused with beastly rage.
Polymorph Rod (へんげのﾛｯﾄﾞ, Hen-ge no Roddo?), also known as Amphibian Rod, Rod of Change, Change, or Change Rod, is a recurring weapon in the series. It is often a mid to high-ranked rod that can inflict the Pig or Toad status.
Polymorph Rod is a mid to high-ranked rod that provides 15 Attack, +5 Intelligence, and casts Pig when used as an item during battle. It can be equipped by Rydia, Tellah, Palom, and Fusoya, and can only be found in a hidden area in Mist.
In the 3D versions, it instead provides 20 Attack and 80 Accuracy, but is still the same otherwise. If Golbez is hacked into the party, he'll be able to equip it.
Polymorph Rod returns as a mid-ranked rod that provides the same stats as in the previous game, and can only be used by Rydia, Rydia?, and Palom. It is the initial weapon for Palom, and cannot be obtained in any other way.
Polymorph Rod returns as a mid to high-ranked rod. It still provides 15 Attack as well as the ability to cast Pig when used as an item, but now provides +7 Intelligence instead. It can be equipped by Rydia, Palom, Leonora, Harley, and Golbez, and can be bought for 1,250 gil in Troia or found during Rydia's Challenge Dungeon or the Lodestone Cavern during Palom's Tale.
Amphibian Rod is a mid to high-ranked rod that provides 35 Attack, +8 Intelligence, and casts Toad when used as an item during battle.
Polymorph is a Dungeons and Dragons spell that turns another person into an animal. The weapon originates from Final Fantasy IV where it gives the "Pig" status, many Final Fantasy concepts having their origins in Dungeons and Dragons.
polymorphism is the ability of a solid material to exist in more than one form or crystal structure."Polymorph" comes from the Greek terms poly meaning "many" and morph meaning "form," literally meaning "many forms." In materials science,