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The Power Wrist in Final Fantasy VII.

These gauntlets surge power into the body when equipped, and raise the attack power of the wearer. Even their burning red hue is enough to stir the fighting spirit. Many warriors who prefer fighting with their bare hands seem to be fond of these gauntlets. However, since the power wrist only amplifies the initial strength level of the wearer, weaker people who equip this accessory will probably be unable to notice much of a change in their own abilities.

The Power Armlet, also known as Power Wrist (パワーリスト, Powā Risuto?), Power Gauntlet or Power Bracers, is an armlet found in multiple Final Fantasy games. It is usually related to the Monk and Ninja jobs, and grants bonuses to physical stats.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy IIEdit

An armlet that enhances strength.
—Description

The Power Armlet is a glove which provides 19 Defense, -3% Evade, 5% Magic Defense, +5 Attack, and +10 Strength and Accuracy. It is found in Leviathan. Despite its relatively low Defense stat, it is one of the best gloves due to its high stat boosts and low evasion penalty.

Final Fantasy IIIEdit

The Power Bracers are armlets for the Freelancer, Onion Knight, Warrior, Monk, Ranger, Knight, Thief, Dragoon, Viking, Black Belt, and Ninja job classes.

It can only be found in a treasure chest in Amur. In the 3D versions, it provides 13 Defense, 9 Magic Defense, and +2 to Strength and Vitality. In the NES version, it provides 4 Defense, 1 Magic Defense, +5 Strength, and 11% Evade.

Final Fantasy IVEdit

Wristband that increases a martial artist's power.
—Description

The Power Armlet is exclusive to Kain, Rydia, Yang, Cecil, Cid, and Edge. It grants a bonus of 5 to Strength as well as +2 Defense, Magic Defense, and Magic Evasion. This armor is metallic. It can be found in the Dwarven Castle or dropped from Behemoth, King Behemoth, Ogre, and Mad Ogre.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-Edit

Power Armlet returns in the sequel of Final Fantasy IV. It can be equipped by Cecil, Yang, Monk A, Monk B, Cid, Rydia, and Edge. It is initially equipped by Yang, Monk A, and Monk B. It can be found within the Sealed Cave, or dropped by Ogre. It has a defense of 2, magic defense of 2, magic evasion of 2 with a bonus of +5 Strength.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

Power Armlet returns as an armor that provides 2 Defense, 2 Magic Defense, and 2% Magic Evasion, as well as +5 Strength. It can be used by Cecil, Kain (including Hooded Man Kain), Rydia, Edge, Cid, Yang, Luca, Ursula, Gekkou, Zangetsu, Izayoi, Tsukinowa, and Golbez. It can be found on Mt. Hobs (Yang's Tale), during Gekkou's mission (Edge's Tale), or dropped by Behemoths, Ogre, and Mad Ogre.

Final Fantasy VEdit

Wristband that increases strength.
—Description

The Power Armlet is a mediocre accessory that increases Strength by +3, as well as Defense. It can be bought for 2,500 gil at Quelb or stolen from Abductor and Shadow Dancer.

Final Fantasy VIIEdit

The Power Wrist is an accessory that increases Strength by 10. It can be dropped from Bottomswell, or bought in Rocket Town for 7,500 gil.

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-Edit

The Power Wrist is an accessory that gives +10 Attack. It can be dropped from Pile Machine (Chapter 4) or Tonberry (rare). It can also be found in Modeoheim in Chapter 6 by finding a phone and reading all 23 messages in it. Power Wrist is found during mission 6-2-6 and obtained as a mission reward for mission 4-3-3. When used during Materia Fusion, five add +1 to ATK.

Final Fantasy VIIIEdit

The Power Wrist is an item that teaches a Guardian Force the Str+40% ability. It can be bought at RinRin's store in Esthar with the Familiar ability learned, and can be dropped from X-ATM092, or stolen from Abadon, Grendel, or Raijin.

Final Fantasy IXEdit

Wristlet guard that raises Strength when equipped.
—Description

The Power Wrist is one of the most powerful armlets and increases Strength by 2, as well as providing +30 Evasion and +10 Magic Defense. It teaches Accuracy+, and can be bought for 5,100 gil. Steiner and Freya cannot equip it.

Final Fantasy X-2Edit

Power Wrist increases Strength by 20. It can be bought for 6,000 gil in the Calm Lands, or stolen from Yojimbo and Gug.

Final Fantasy XIEdit

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Final Fantasy XIIEdit

The Power Armlet is an accessory, which gives the wearer a +2 Attack and grants immunity to Stop, but the Accessories 15 License must be unlocked for 70 LP first. It can be bought at Balfonheim Port for 9,000 gil.

Final Fantasy XIIIEdit

Power Wristband is an accessory that grants +20 to +60 Strength, depending on its level, and can be upgraded to the Brawler's Wristband by using the Cobaltite catalyst. It can be purchased from B&W Outfitters for 1000 gil after reaching Lake Bresha in Chapter 3, or found in the Pulse Vestige in Chapter 2.

Final Fantasy XIII-2Edit

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Final Fantasy TacticsEdit

A sturdy glove that increases weapon attack power.
—Description

The Power Gauntlet (Power Wrist in the PlayStation version) is an accessory that grants +1 to physical attack power. It can be bought at various outfitters for 5,000 gil.

Final Fantasy Crystal ChroniclesEdit

Power Wristband is a Strength-Raising Artifact that increases Strength by 1. It can be found in Veo Lu Sluice during the first cycle.

Final Fantasy Legend IIIEdit

Called Power, it is the best glove with 9 defense and 15 magic defense, increases Attack by 5. It can be bought for 18000 G aboard the Talon.

Bravely DefaultEdit

A leather band that martial artists wear on their wrists. The protrusions on the inner side stimulate power points on the wrist to markedly raise the wearer's arm strength.
—Description
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Bravely Second: End LayerEdit

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Final Fantasy DimensionsEdit

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Final Fantasy Legends: Toki no SuishōEdit

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Dissidia Final FantasyEdit

The Power Armlet is a level 8 armor that provides +80 HP and +9 Defense and costs 2,000 gil at the shop.

Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

Power Armlet returns as a level 1 bangle that provides +122 HP and +6 Defense. It can be obtained by trading 1,300 gil.

Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

Power Armlet from Final Fantasy VII appears as a Rarity 1 accessory.

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Final Fantasy Brave ExviusEdit

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