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Winged Helm (フライングヘルム, Furaingu Herumu?, lit. Flying Helm) is a recurring helmet in the series. It is generally a low to mid-ranked helmet.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy XIIEdit

XII The Winged Helm is a low-ranked heavy armor helmet that provides +13 Defense, +5 Strength, and +3 Speed. It can be bought for 2,500 gil at Rabanastre and Jahara, and requires the Heavy Armor 3 license for 30 LP.

In the Zodiac versions, Winged Helm now provides 14 Defense, +5 Strength, +3 Speed and requires the Heavy Armor 3 for 35 LP. It can be bought in Rabanastre, Nam-Yensa Sandsea, Tomb of Raithwall, Jahara, and Balfonheim Port for 2,400 gil, found as a treasure in the Nam-Yensa Sandsea (Withering Shores) and in Trial Mode Stage 45 (with Diamond Armlet), or dropped by Ragoh (1% chance), Slime (1% chance). It can be equipped by the Uhlan, Knight, Time Battlemage, and Foebreaker.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant WingsEdit

FFXIIRW The Winged Helm is an accessory for Basch that gives the support ability Resist Slow which provides his team immunity to Slow, and is obtained after completing Mission 8-2B.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a KingEdit

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Dissidia Final FantasyEdit

Dissidia The Winged Helm is a level 22 helmet that provides +73 Bravery, +1 Defense, and Chase BRV Defense +20%. It can be obtained from the shop by trading 3,300 gil, Iron Helm, Crimson Shard, and Transmogridust x8.

Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

Dissidia012 The Winged Helm is a level 1 helmet that provides +102 Bravery, +2 Defense, and Chase BRV Defense +3%. It can be purchased from most Moogle Shops for 200 KP.

EtymologyEdit

A winged helmet is a helmet decorated with wings, usually on both sides. Ancient depictions of the god Mercury and of Roma depict them wearing winged helmets, however in the 19th century the winged helmet became widely used to depict ancient Celtic, Germanic and Viking warriors. It was also used in romantic illustrations of legendary Norse gods and heroes. The motif, along with the horned helmet, became a clichéd signifier of the "barbarian" Northern warrior.