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FFRK Death Tarot FFVI

Death Tarot in Final Fantasy Record Keeper [FFVI].

Cards that may cast Death upon striking an enemy.
Final Fantasy VI description

Reaper's Tarot (死神のカード or しにがみのカード, Shinigami no Kādo?, lit. Reaper's Cards), also known as Death Tarot, Doom Darts, or DoomDart, is a recurring weapon in the series.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy VIEdit

Death Tarot is the most powerful card weapon for Setzer until the Advance release, where the Final Trump is even more powerful. It provides 187 Attack, 230 Hit Rate, is long range, and has a 25% chance of casting Death when attacking with it. It can be found at the Ancient Castle.

Final Fantasy Type-0Edit

Reaper's Tarot is a weapon for Ace. It can be bought from the SPP Post after bringing Ace in multiplayer 300 times. It costs 10000 SPP and sells for 5000 gil. Its attack power is 43 making it a mid-range weapon, and it has a 10% chance of inflicting Instant Death.

In the HD version, it is obtained after defeating 700 enemies with Ace. It sells for 1250 gil and can be bought with 2500 SPP.

Dissidia Final Fantasy NTEdit

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Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

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EtymologyEdit

A reaper is a farm tool or machine for harvesting grain. It comes from the word "reap," which means "to take." Due to the association with the Grim Reaper, the reaper is a common symbol of death.

The tarot is a pack of playing cards (most commonly numbering 78) used from the mid-15th century in various parts of Europe to play a group of card games. From the late 18th century until the present time the tarot has also found use by mystics and occultists for divination, as well as a map of mental and spiritual pathways.