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Black Trump in Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade.

A projectile that came from the faraway world of Orience. This magically materialized card is said to have been used by a young man assigned to a group called "Class Zero." This unique projectile can be used like a bullet or like a sword, and can even be used to cast magic. It holds great power befitting of it being called a "trump."

Black Trump (最後の切り札, Saigo no Kirifuda?, lit. Final Trump) is a recurring weapon in the series.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy Type-0Edit

Black Trump is the ultimate weapon for Ace. It provides 68 Attack and has a 10% chance of inflicting Instant Death. It can be dropped from True Gilgamesh (with Ace) or exchange for 15 tickets on Square Enix Members site (PSP version). It sells for 1 gil.

Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

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Final Fantasy Brave ExviusEdit

Black Trump is a Throwing weapon, obtained as Ace's STMR. It provides 62 ATK and 169 MAG.

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EtymologyEdit

The weapon's associated color and being the "last" weapon of its kind may refer to the Ace of Spades, one of the highest values within a deck of cards that is considered a two way value variable in many card games; in definition, a trump card.

Within the culture of the American military, the Ace of Spades is considered a sign of good luck, and is worn as a good-luck-charm into battle. The Ace of Spades' symbolism ties into its origins from tarot cards and being used in divination: black-lettered cards symbolize harsh and ominous elements, while the total amount of 52 cards in a deck corresponds to the number of weeks in a year. The Ace of Spades represents the coming of Yule, or the last week of December, which was feared in ancient times as a grave period in the heart of winter. It is also interpreted to be other signs of misfortune, but a popular consensus is that it is a shovel to dig graves or a sword used to wage war.

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