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- "Signs of the zodiac adorn this rod."
- —Description, Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift
- "A rod alight with the power of the stars."
The Stardust Rod is found at the Unknown Palace. It can only be equipped by Minwu, and boosts his stats greatly. When used as an item, it casts Fire XVI. It provides 90 Attack, 99% Accuracy, 2% Evasion, and +99 to Spirit, Magic, and Intelligence.
- "Rod infused with the power of the stars."
The Stardust Rod can be equipped by Rydia and Palom and casts Comet when used as an item. It can be obtained in the Lunar Subterrane in a treasure chest, but a Behemoth must be defeated first. It is the strongest rod in all but the Advance and Complete Collection versions of the game, with an Attack power of 45 and an Accuracy of 10 (80 in the DS version). It also grants the wielder +15 Intelligence (+10 in the DS remake).
The Stardust Rod only appears in the final battle while equipped on the real Rydia. It has an attack power of 45 and a accuracy of 10 with a bonus of +15 Intelligence. It can casts Comet when used as an item during battle.
The Stardust Rod is the strongest rod in the game, providing 45 Attack, 10% Accuracy, and +10 Intelligence, as well as casting Comet when used as an item. It can be found in the Subterrane after defeating Scarmiglione.
- "Legendary rod tipped with a swirling orb of stardust."
The Stardust Rod is the strongest attacking rod in the game. It only appears in the Game Boy Advance remake, as a weapon for Strago Magus. It can be obtained in the Dragons' Den, and randomly casts Meteor when used. Unlike the spell which targets all enemies, it will only damage the target that was physically attacked with the rod. The Stardust Rod has a attack power of 180, and gives a bonus of +7 Magic and +4 Stamina. If the player bets the Stardust Rod in the Dragon's Neck Coliseum, they will be pit against a Dark Force, and if they win they will receive an Angel Brush. Likewise, the player can win a Stardust Rod by betting an Angel Brush and defeating a Gamma.
- "Rod adorned with beautiful stars."
The Stardust Rod is a weapon for Dagger with an Attack power of 14. One can be stolen from Zorn during the battle in Alexandria Castle, and they can later be bought for 700 gil in Lindblum, Dragon's Gate, Fossil Roo, Conde Petie, Black Mage Village, Alexandria, and Treno. It teaches Ability Up, Float, and Reflect, and also reduces Shadow-elemental damage by 50%. It is a fairly weak weapon, even for Garnet at this early point in the game, but is her only weapon to give a Spirit boost.
- "A rod tipped with a meteorite fragment."
The Stardust Rod is the second strongest rod in the game, exclusive to the PSP remake. It provides 5 Attack, 20% Defense, and 3 Magic, as well as the additional effect of sometimes casting Gravity when attacking with it. It can only be obtained via the PSP's Multiplayer Mode.
- "Rod engraved with the symbols of the zodiac."
The Stardust Rod is obtained late in the game as a random reward for completing a mission or as a prize for increasing Magic to level 50. It teaches Demi to Time Mages and Stardust to Illusionists, and provides +29 Attack and +5 Magic.
The Stardust Rod makes a return in Final Fantasy Tactics A2, providing +29 Attack and +5 Magick. It teaches Stardust for Illusionists, Extend for Time Mages, and Graviga for Arcanists. It can be bought for 3,800 gil in the shop after creating it in the Bazaar after using a Tarkov Crystal, Adamantite, and Star Fragments.
- "A rod made from the remnants of fallen stars. It shines nightly, longing for the evening sky."
The Stardust Staff is a weapon for Yukes. It gives 50 to Attack and 60 to Magic. It can be made using the Night Sky Weapon scroll, and bought for 2,100 gil.
Stardust Rod is a level 25 rod that provides +25 Attack and costs 240 gil to buy.
- "A rod made from the remnants of fallen stars. It twinkles at night, longing for the sky."
Stardust Staff is the fourth strongest staff in the game in terms of Magic, and can be used by all races. It provides 55 attack and 82 magic at level 1 while it provides 75 attack and 122 magic at level 30, gives +10 to Stun, and has one empty slot. It can be created for 1,500 gil by using up three Abyssians, five Grain of Lights, and one Holy Orb, and only on Hard or Very Hard mode. When turned into a jewel, a level 3-9 Stardust Staff makes a Will Stone 2, level 10-19 makes a Time Stone 4, and level 20-30 makes a Anti-Time Stone 5.
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The Stardust Rod is a level 100 rod that grants +307 HP, +66 Attack, and +1 Defense, as well as Magic Damage +25%. It can be traded for at the shop for 31,920 gil, Holy Rod, and five Sky Jewels.
Stardust Rod returns as a level 100 Rod that provides +327 HP, -80 Bravery, +67 Attack, +1 Defense, and +10% Magic Damage. It can be obtained by trading 180,320 gil, Holy Rod, Empyrean Rod, and a Huge Materia.
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- "The celestial glow of this rod bespeaks a power as unknowable as the heavens."
Stardust Rod grants +10 to Attack. It can be equipped by Black Mage, Magus, Time Mage, Summoner, Aerith, and Shantotto.