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The Tiny Bee (タイニービー, Tainībī?) is the gun used as Yuna's twin pistols in Final Fantasy X-2. Used as the default weapon for the Gunner dressphere, the weapon is also used by the other girls, Rikku and Paine, when they wear the dressphere.
The default weapon for the Gunner dressphere, the Tiny Bee pistols fire mystical ammunition at enemies. In conjunction with the dressphere's abilities, they can fire automatic and enchanted shots.
The weapons fire automatically during an attack, except for the duration of Trigger Happy, in which the player can inflict multiple hits of physical damage upon a target by rapidly pressing for 1.8 seconds. The skill can be upgraded to continue for a duration of 2.2 and 2.6 seconds.
In the Gunner's Gauntlet minigame, the pistols are shown to have a six-shot magazine. The player aims the guns at fiends by pressing or to lock on, or to change ammunition or attack type, and to fire.
The type of gun used by a champion from another world. Reduces AP cost.
Yuna wields her Tiny Bee pistols. Due to the cartoon-like nature of her design, the pistols are larger compared to her body than in the original game.
Non-Final Fantasy guest appearancesEdit
As Yuna's iconic Final Fantasy X-2 weapon, the non-specific appearance of the pistols are directly related with the appearance of Yuna in her Final Fantasy X-2 attire in other games, like Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Special as well as in the fan-made video series Dead Fantasy.
Yuna's Tiny Bee gun controller is a piece of merchandise for Final Fantasy X-2. Despite appearances, it is not, in any way, a light gun. It functions as a normal PlayStation 2 DualShock 2 controller, but fashioned into a gun-like shape. Players use the left gun to control the left side of the controller and the right gun to control the right side. Pulling the triggers cause Yuna to fire her Gunner guns at the enemies in battle. The controller was released only in Japan on March 13th, 2003.
Yuna's Play Arts Action Figure for Final Fantasy X-2 comes with the Tiny Bee pistols.
- The guns have "Tiny Bee" written on them in Al Bhed script.