Staff infused with the power to render magic ineffective.
Final Fantasy IV description
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Aura Staff is a high-ranked staff, only beaten by the Sage's Staff and Rune Staff in the original versions. It provides 36 Attack, 10 Accuracy, and +10 Spirit, and can be equipped by Rydia (child and adult), Tellah, Rosa, Fusoya, and Porom. When used as an item in battle, it can cast Dispel. It can be bought for 7,000 gil at the Feymarch, and initially equipped on Fusoya when he joins the party.
In the 3D versions, Aura Staff is the third strongest staff beaten again by the Sage's Staff and Rune Staff, and now provides 26 Attack, 100 Accuracy, +5 Spirit, and still casts Dispel when used as an item in battle. It can be equipped by everyone originally except adult Rydia, and can be obtained in the same ways as before with the addition of finding one in the Sylph Cave. If Golbez is hacked into the party, he'll be able to equip it.
Aura Staff is the second strongest staff bested by the Rune Staff. It provides 36 Attack, 10 Accuracy, +10 Spirit, and casts Dispel when used as an item. It can be used by Rosa and Porom and is bought for 7,000 gil on the Falcon.
Aura Staff is a high-ranked staff, providing 36 Attack, 10% Accuracy, +10 Spirit, and casts Dispel when used as an item. It can now be equipped by Cecil, Ceodore, Rosa, Porom, Leonora, Golbez, and Harley. It can found in the Lair of the Father or in Porom's Challenge Dungeon.
A staff that shines a blue light when held. It has the ability to greatly bolster the ATK, MAG, and SPR of the wielder. The extent of the aura emitted from the staff depends on the physical and mental condition of the person who wields it. While it shines in a bright bluish hue in the hands of the righteous, it releases a subdued air of miasma when held by those with evil intentions, unsettling fears, and the seriously ill.
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Etymology[edit | edit source]
aura is a field of subtle, luminous radiation surrounding a person or object (like the halo or aureola in religious art). The depiction of such an aura often connotes a person of particular power or holiness.In parapsychology and many forms of spiritual practice, an