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The noble trident, weapon of the sea-king and any brave enough to plough his foaming fields.
The Trident (トライデント, Toraidento?) is a common recurring weapon in the series. It is usually a mid-ranked spear that is either Ice, Water, or Lightning-elemental. If Water-elemental, it is usually one of the few Water-elemental weapons in the games it appears in. It is a favorite of Dragoons.
A three-pronged spear.
Tri-pronged lance infused with the power of lightning. Doubles power of Jump attacks with equipped.
Trident is a low-ranked spear bought from Jachol for 2,700 gil, stolen from Corbett, Dragon Aevis, Gilgamesh, or Dhorme Chimera, or dropped from Enkidu. It has an Attack of 35 and is Lightning-elemental.
Three-pronged military spear.
Trident is a low-ranked spear used by Edgar and Mog. It can be bought for 1,700 gil in both the World of Balance (in Maranda and Narshe) and World of Ruin (in South Figaro). It has an attack power of 93, is Water-elemental, and enables the Runic command, even though neither Edgar or Mog can use it.
The Trident is a mid-ranked weapon for Cid. It can be first found in the Temple of the Ancients, and then later bought in Junon for 7,500 gil. It has 60 Attack, 105 Attack%, 12 Magic, and six unlinked Materia slots.
Also known as the spear of enchantment.
There also exists Z's Trident, a weapon in possession of the Mithran tracker Shikaree Z.
Trident is a mid-ranked spear that requires 35 LP to use, costs 12,500 gil to buy at Balfonheim Port, has an Attack of 72, and is Ice-elemental. Spears are among the faster weapons with 2.14s charge and 1.2s action time, second only to daggers and ninja swords.
In the Zodiac versions, it now provides 85 Attack, 8 Evade, 28 CT, 4% combo rate, is Ice-elemental, and requires the Spears 4 license for 60 LP. It can be bought Balfonheim Port for 13,500 gil, found as a treasure in the Feywood (The Edge of Reason), or stolen from Bangaa Thief (3% chance), or from the bazaar for 6,450 gil by selling Pointed Horn x4, Maggoty Flesh x5, and Wind Magicite x6. Trident can be used by the Uhlan.
Three-pronged spear imbued with the essence of water.
Trident is a low-ranked spear for Llyud. It has an Attack of 40, Magick attack of 20, Attack speed of 60, and is Water-elemental. Trident is a reward for doing the mission 4-1. It can also be bought in the shop in Chapter 5 for 1,300 gil and crafted with the Primary Principles Recipe Book. It uses a generic spear sprite during battle.
Seagod spear that instils courage in combat.
Trident is a high-ranked spear that teaches Weapon Atk+ to Templars. It has 50 Attack, 2 Magic, and 1 Jump, and can be obtained by raising Combat to Level 25, or as a random reward for completing a mission.
Trident is the second strongest spear that teaches Attack Up to the Templar. It has 50 Attack, 2 Magick, and 2 Jump, and can be bought for 7,800 gil in the shop after creating it in the Bazaar after using a Moon Ring, Cod Scale, and Wyvern Wing.
Wielded by the god of the sea, this spear can summon storms. For Lilties only.
Trident is a high-ranked spear that can only be used by Lilties. It provides 92 attack at level 1 and 159 attack at level 30, gives +30 to Stun and +5 to Ice and Thunder, and has two empty slots. It can be obtained from a chest during the mission "Fragile! 2" (Hard or Very Hard mode), and then created for 640 gil by using Platinum x5, Seraph Dust x3, and Mimic Talon. When turned into a jewel, a level 3-9 Trident makes a Draconium, level 10-19 makes an Albinore, and level 20-30 makes a Will Stone 5.
The legendary three-pronged spear believed to have been wielded by the sea god in the mythical age before the advent of Crystalism. Its three-pronged tip is imbued with the power of lightning, allowing it to add a lightning effect to each attack.
The legendary three-pronged spear believed to have been to have been wielded by the sea go in the mythic age, before the advent of Crystalism. Its tip is imbued with lightning, granting attacks the power of this element.
The Trident is a level 72 spear that increases Attack by 53, decreases Defense by 2, and increases Wall Rush Bravery damage by 30%. It can be traded for at the shop for 22,510 gil, a Partisan, Ixion Horn x3, and a Blue Gem.
Trident is a level 60 spear that provides -248 HP, +51 Attack, -1 Defense, and +30% Wall Rush Bravery Damage. It can be obtained by trading 109,920 gil, Crystal Lance, Cerberus Fang, and Knight's Desire x5.
The Trident is a weapon, appearing in two versions, one with a rarity of Rare and one with a rarity of Rare Plus. The rare version, at its base, has an Attack of 700, a Defense of 750, a maximum level of 60, and a Cost of 10. It is classified as a Spear, and its leveling rate is Fast.
For whatever reason, thunder booms when this three-pronged polearm strikes a foe.
Trident grants +5 to Attack. It can be equipped by Dragoon, Kain, and Imp.
A three-pronged spear bestowed by a sea god. Deals extra damage to aquians.
A three-pronged lance said to be the property of the god who protects the seas. This belief originated from the association of the trident to the fishermen who originally used it to catch their prey. Curiously enough, since this weapon can also be thrown like a harpoon, it can sometimes be found lodged in the stomach of giant fish. The trident is a weapon fishermen know in great depth.
Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances Edit
A spear with three points.
The Trident appears as a 2-handed spear within the Forsaken Dungeon. It provides 46 Weapon Atk, 10 Durability, -3 Speed, -3 Consumption Rate, and +3 EXP Gain Rate. Only Masuda Koji can equip this weapon.
Trident is a spear that can be equipped by Santiago.
trident is a three-pronged spear used for spear-fishing, and was also a military weapon. Tridents are featured widely in mythical, historical and modern culture. The major Hindu god, Shiva the Destroyer, and the Greco-Roman sea god Poseidon or Neptune, are classically depicted bearing a trident.A
The word "trident" comes from the French trident, which in turn comes from the Latin tridens or tridentis: tri "three" and dentes "teeth.