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Rod that sets even the farthest target ablaze.
The Wizard Rod (ウィザードロッド, Wizādo Roddo?), also known as Wizard Staff, Magus Rod, or Wizard's Staff, is a recurring weapon in the Final Fantasy series, that can either be one of the weaker or stronger weapons. It is mainly used by mages, and oftentimes increases Magic Power tremendously, though this is not always the case.
The Wizard Rod is the second weakest rod that grants 20 Attack power and +5 Intellect. it can be bought at Northeast Saronia for 20,000 gil in the 3D version. It can be used by Onion Knights, Black Mages, Evokers, Red Mages, Magi, Summoners, and Sages.
The Wizard Rod is a high-ranked rod that provides 21 Attack, 5% Accuracy, and +9 Intelligence. It is Fire, Ice, and Lightning-elemental and can only be found in Palom's Challenge Dungeon. When used as an item, it casts Dancing Dagger.
Staff that increases the power of elemental spells. Full power from back row.
Rod that boosts its wielder's magic.
The Magus Rod has an attack power of 168, provides +7 Magic, +30% Magic Evasion, and enables the Runic command. It can be dropped from Earth Dragon, or by betting a Healing Rod at Dragon's Neck Colosseum and defeating a Tonberry.
The Wizard Staff is a weapon for Aeris, though it does not have any special properties aside from Double Materia growth. It is obtained by grabbing the treasures on the Mt. Corel mountain path, in the sections the railway bridge collapses. There are three such sections and two treasures to nab. The staff can also be bought in Junon for 1,800 gil (discs 2/3), but Aeris will not get to use it then.
Rod used by mages.
With an Attack power of 31, the Wizard Rod is the second-strongest rod, being trumped only by the Whale Whisker. Only Dagger can equip it. It teaches the abilities Curaga, Protect, and Shell, and it can be stolen from Kraken or bought at Black Mage Village (disc 4) for 4000 gil.
The Wizard's Rod is a weapon for Kytes crafted through the Forged by Fire recipe book. It provides a base of +45 Attack, +90 Magick, and +36 Speed, and is Fire-elemental. It uses a generic rod sprite during battle.
A rod that enhances the magickal potency of its wielder.
The Wizard Rod can be bought for 8,000 gil, or poached from Dark Behemoth. It has an Attack power of 4, Weapon Defense of 20%, and increases Magic by 2. It can be found with the Treasure Hunter ability in Dugeura Pass. The Mage's Staff is called Wizard Staff in the PS version.
A rod that raises magic attack more effectively than conventional rods. Invented and developed in Eternia and then successfully mass produced using the advanced technology in Ancheim.
Wizard's Rod returns as a level 30 staff that provides +303 HP, -68 Bravery, +31 Attack, and +2 Defense. It can be obtained by trading 33,870 gil.
This rod grants command over many magics. Those with it are oft dubbed cheaters.
Magus Rod grants +6 to Attack. It can be equipped by Black Mage, Magus, Time Mage, Summoner, Aerith, and Shantotto.
The ウィザードロッド (VII) is a rarity 5 rod. It teaches Aerith Pulse of Life.
A rod of fearsome magical power that is believed to be a remnant of ancient times. The term "wizard" was a special title given only to the best of mages, but it has since lost this original meaning after black mages began using the term to refer to themselves and their secret activities. The wizard rod, however, has not lost any of the power it has housed since times of old.
Non-Final Fantasy appearancesEdit
The Wizard Staff is a rod in quest mode. As a rod, it may only be equipped by female characters. It has weapon attack 62, durability 9, +10 magic attack attack, +3 magic defense, -1 speed, -1 consumption rate bonus, sells for 350 gil, and can be bought for 425 gil.
Wizard Rod is a staff that can be equipped by Yui.
Magician. Wizards in fantasy literature and RPGs often draw from the fiction of J. R. R. Tolkien, whose Wizards of Middle-earth are a group of beings outwardly resembling Men but possessing much greater physical and mental power. Each Wizard has robes of a characteristic color, Gandalf the Grey being a quintessential example.Wizard is another name for a
Magus is the Latin word for "wizard". Its plural is Magi.