An infamous heirloom that once caused a terrible tragedy.Dissidia Final Fantasy description
- 1 Story
- 2 Musical themes
- 3 Other appearances
- 4 Gallery
- 5 Etymology
- 6 References
Cecil Harvey has completed his mission to bring the Water Crystal from Mysidia to Baron, but when Cecil begins to question the King of Baron's motives he is dismissed from his post with the Red Wings and ordered to deliver a carnelian signet to the village of Mist with Kain Highwind. Unbeknown to both, the signet is actually an incendiary bomb.
Cecil and Kain pass through the Mist Cave and slay the Mist Dragon at the cave's end. Once they arrive at Mist the signet activates and Bombs are released to set the village ablaze, and Cecil and Kain realize the king had entrapped them to purge the resident summoners.
"Bomb Ring" (ボムの指輪, Bomu no Yubiwa?) plays when the Red Wings attack Mist.
Bomb Ring is a ring that provides 2 DEF, HP +15, and Fire Resistance -5. It can be equipped by all jobs at level 16. It is dropped by Bomb King.
An antique ring that caused a tragedy and sought by all who gaze upon it.Description
Carnelian Signet is a trade accessory that grants +4 Luck when equipped, and can only be found in two parts of the Confessions of the Creator.
A ring from a faraway world that is infused with the power of a bomb. The ring looks very similar to the ring given to the leader of the airborne brigade, Red Wings, by the king of Baron. It is said that the ring once turned a summoner's entire village into a sea of fire.Description
Carnelian Signet is an accessory that provides 5 DEF, 5 SPR, and a 40% chance to counter physical attacks with Firaga once per turn. It can be obtained from the Final Fantasy IV event, "Fabul Castle Guard", bought for 6,000 Pink Tails.
signet is a ring, typically made of carnelian, used to seal letters with wax by means of pressing a certain symbol (usually a coat of arms) onto the envelope. The seals created by signets were also used on official documents in lieu of a written signature.A
"Carnelian Signet" was an updated term for the translation of the Nintendo DS release. Tom Slattery commented that the original term "Bomb Ring" would give away the plot twist of the item's true purpose.