This fang is riddled with holes so small they cannot be seen by the naked eye, connecting to vein-like tubes running up the fang that pulse red when drawing blood.
The Vampire Fang (吸血の牙, Kyūketsu no Kiba?), also known as Vampyr Fang, is a recurring offensive item in the Final Fantasy series. It is usually dropped by vampire-like enemies and its effects are related to the Drain spell.
Paralyzes one foe.
The Vampire Fang appears as an item obtainable in the bonus dungeons from the GBA/PSP/iOS versions.
|Effect||Paralyzes one foe.|
|Find||Earthgift Shrine, Lifespring Grotto (x2), Whisperwind Cove (x3)|
Fang with the same effect as Drain
|Also called||Vampire, VampFang|
|Effect||Drains HP of target to restore HP of user equal to same amount.|
|Find||Cave of Eblan|
Drains HP out of one opponent
|Effect||Drains HP of target to restore HP of user.|
|Drop||Black Bat, Evilhead|
Fang that makes vampires attack.
|Effect||Used to refine into Drain spells.|
|Steal||Glacial Eye, Red Bat|
|Drop||Glacial Eye, Red Bat|
The fang of a blood-sucking bat. Even removed, it quickly absorbs blood, turning a bright red.
The Vampyr Fang is a loot that can be stolen from the Great Tortoise (loot 4), or by completing the missions "Showdown" and "Otherworldly Visitors". It is needed in order to create the Ebon Blade, Soulsaber, Diabolique, Kain's Lance, Heretic Rod, Death Claws, and Ice Shield.
Vampires are mythological or folkloric beings who subsist by feeding on the life essence, generally in the form of blood, of living creatures. Although vampiric entities have been recorded in many cultures, and may go back to "prehistoric times", the term vampire was not popularized until the early 18th century.