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Tinker Bell in
. Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade
Mysterious bell named for a fairy. Full power from back row.
Tinker Bell (, also known as ティンカーベル, Tinkā Beru ) ? Tinklebell, is a recurring bell in the series. It is generally one of the most powerful bells in the games it appears in.
The Tinklebell is the strongest bell, dropped only from Twintania while it is not charging up for Gigaflare. It provides 52 attack and deals full damage from the back row.
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Tinker Bell is the third strongest scythe for Sice. It increases her Strength by 58 and doubles her experience point gain. The weapon can only be obtained by exchanging it for tickets on the Square Enix Members Site and sending it to the game. For one ticket, it will be unlocked in the SPP Shop, available for 20,000 SPP. For five tickets, it can be obtained directly.
Tinkerbell is a level 60 instrument that provides +58 Attack, +1 Defense, -35 Bravery, and EX Core Absorption +10% while in the Labyrinth. It can be found only in the Labyrinth.
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A bell whose existence is still doubted. Are you sure you're truly seeing this?
Tinklebell grants +20 to Attack. It can be equipped by Geomancer, Bard, Moogle, and Pig.
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Tinker Bell (often misspelled as Tinkerbell, also referred to as Tink for short), is a fictional character from J. M. Barrie's 1904 play and its 1911 novelization Peter Pan .
Peter and Wendy