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Seraphim's Mace in Final Fantasy Record Keeper.

Staff with the power of healing.

Seraphim's Mace (セラフィムメイス, Serafimu Meisu?), also known as Seraphim's Staff and Seraphim Mace, is a recurring weapon in the series. It is generally a high-ranked staff that can cast the Esuna spell when used as an item in-battle, or otherwise has high attack power and boosts Spirit.


Final Fantasy IVEdit

IV Seraphim's Mace is the third-strongest staff, bested by the Rune Staff and Nirvana. It provides 50 Attack, 20 Accuracy, and +15 Spirit, in addition to dealing extra damage against Undead enemies and casting Esuna when used as an item in-battle. It can only be used by Porom, and is exclusive to the GBA and PSP versions, found in the Cave of Trials.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

FFIVTAY Seraphim Mace is the second-strongest staff, bested by the Rune Staff. It provides 50 Attack, 20% Accuracy, and Spirit +15 when equipped, and casts Esuna when used as an item in-battle. It can only be equipped by Cecil, Ceodore, Rosa, Porom, Leonora, Harley, and Golbez. It is the reward for defeating Astaroth.

Final Fantasy Type-0Edit

TYPE0 Seraphim Mace is a weapon for Cinque. It provides 69 Attack Power. It can bought from the Akademeia Armory after completing Operation MA Demolition on Finis difficulty. In the PSP version, it can be obtained by exchanging for 10 tickets on the Square Enix Members site. It costs 60000 gil and sells for 6000 gil.

Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

Dissidia012 Seraphim's Mace is a level 60 staff that provides +34 Bravery, +57 Attack, and EX Mode Duration +10%. It can only be acquired in the Labyrinth by trading 1 gil, Sorrow of Conflict, and Girl's Desire x2 at the shop.

Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit


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A seraph, the singular of seraphim, is one of a class of celestial beings mentioned once in the Hebrew Bible (Tanakh or Old Testament), in Isaiah. Later Jewish imagery perceived them as having human form, and in that way they passed into the ranks of Christian angels. In the Christian Hierarchy of angels, seraphim represent the highest rank of angels. They are traditionally depicted with three pairs of wings.