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This headband serves to focus the spirit.
The Twist Headband (ねじりはちまき, Nejirihachimaki?, lit. Twisted Headband), also known simply as the Headband, is a recurring piece of equipment in the Final Fantasy series. It could be considered a counterpart to the Circlet, as it usually gives stat boosts to physical strength and defense.
A headband favored by martial artists.
A twisted headband that focuses the mind.
Bandana that prevents Confuse.
Headband returns in the sequel of Final Fantasy IV. It can be equipped by every character and is initially equipped by Yang, Monk A, and Monk B. It can be found on Mt. Hobs, and dropped by Ogre in the Upper Section of the Tower of Babil. It has a Defense of 1, Magic Defense of 1, Magic Evasion of 1, and grants protection to Confuse.
The Headband is a mediocre helmet that provides 2 Defense, 3 Magic Defense, 1% Magic Evasion, 5 Strength, and prevents Confuse. It can be bought in Adamant Isles and dropped by Ogre, Mad Ogre, and Behemoth and found in Impact Crater (Yang) and Dwarven Mine Path (Edge).
Bandanna favored by martial artists.
Headband often worn by martial artists.
The Twist Headband boosts the wearers physical stats with +1 Speed, +2 Stamina, +3 Strength, 16 Defense and 10 Magic Defense. It can be purchased for 1,600 gil at Kohlingen, Jidoor, Albrook, Vector, stolen from Iron Fist and dropped from Dadaluma. It can be equipped by Locke, Sabin, Shadow, Cyan, Gau, Mog.
Headband that raises Strength.
The Twist Headband increases any Earth-elemental damage dealt by the wearer and slightly boosts the wearer's Strength. It teaches Add Status and Gamble Defense. It can be bought for 1,200 gil in Alexandria, Treno (disc 3/4), Lindblum (disc 3/4) and Daguerreo (disc 3) and can be equipped by Zidane, Vivi, Dagger, Quina, Eiko and Amarant.
The Headband is a mid-ranking hat that can only be equipped after obtaining the Light Armor 6 License. It provides +170 HP, +20 Magick Resist, and +2 Strength. It can be purchased from Rabanastre and Mt Bur-Omisace.
Headgear made from a twisted towel. It seems to strengthen the wearer's resolve.
The Headband (Twist Headband in the PlayStation version) grants a small bonus to physical attack and HP. It can be bought from the outfitters in Chapter 3 for 5,000 gil and is also found with the Treasure Hunter ability in he Monastery Vaults third level.
The Headband grants +5 Attack, +6 Defense, and +2 Magic Resistance. It can be bought for 3000 gil.
There's nothing light a tight headband for keeping your thoughts from straying too far afield.
The Headband is a low-ranked hat that provides +2 Attack, +8 Defense, and +3 Resistance, as well as teaching Counter to Raptors and Berserkers. It can be bought for 480 gil, after trading a Trusty Frying Pan, Rabbit Tail, and Power Fruit at the Bazaar.
A headband from the land of Wa, a mysterious island nation that vanished centuries ago. Though it is made of seemingly ordinary cotton fabric, its wearers find a wondrous courage and strength welling up within whenever they resolve to do something
Twisted Headband returns as a level 1 headband that provides +231 HP and +102 Bravery. It can be obtained by trading 6,680 gil.
A twisted headband meant to be wrapped over the forehead. It bolsters the spirit of the wearer as soon as it is put on, which allows him or her to focus better on the battlefield. The twist headband is especially favored by martial artists, who must concentrate all of their power into a single attack. If worn too loosely, there is a chance that it may come undone on the battlefield. Whereas if worn too tightly, it could cut off blood circulation. Thus, the right balance of power is needed when tying this headband.
A hachimaki (鉢巻, "helmet-scarf") is a stylized headband (bandana) in Japanese culture, usually made of red or white cloth, worn as a symbol of perseverance, effort, and/or courage by the wearer. When worn as a twisted headband, it is called a Nejigi-Hachimaki. More practically, it also prevents sweat from flowing off the forehead into the eyes.