Curtana is a sword that provides 1 damage, 236 delay, and CHR +7. It deals 0.25 damage per second and accumulates 63 TP per hit. It can be equipped by level 75 Thief. It can be obtained from examining the ??? that spawns in the small rooms throughout Ve'Lugannon Palace every 2 hours. The ??? will despawn and move to a different spawn point if left alone for an 3 hours.
Curtana is the Relic Weapon for Paladins. The Unfinished Curtana is acquired and upgraded to the Curtana in the quest A Relic Reborn (Curtana), and upgraded several levels further in the ensuing questchain before being replaced by Excalibur. The much stronger Curtana Ultima can later be purchased in Rhalgr's Reach using tokens received from The Weapon's Refrain.
Curtana Novus and Curtana Nexus's secondary stats are determined by what the player chose to imbue in their Curtana in the process of upgrading it to Curtana Novus, and can be redone by acquiring and imbuing a new Sphere Scroll: Curtana from Hubairtin in Central Thanalan and presenting it to Jalzahn Daemir in the North Shroud.
|Unfinished Curtana||Gladiator's Arm||50|
Auto Attack: 28.61
|Curtana||Gladiator's Arm||80||One of the fabled relic weapons.|
Auto Attack: 34.02
|Curtana Zenith||Gladiator's Arm||90||One of the fabled relic weapons.|
Auto Attack: 35.57
|Curtana Atma||Gladiator's Arm||100||One of the fabled relic weapons.|
Auto Attack: 35.57
|Curtana Animus||Gladiator's Arm||100||One of the fabled relic weapons.|
Auto Attack: 37.89
|Curtana Novus||Gladiator's Arm||110||One of the fabled relic weapons.|
Auto Attack: 39.44
|Curtana Nexus||Gladiator's Arm||115||One of the fabled relic weapons.|
Auto Attack: 40.98
|Curtana Ultima||Gladiator's Arm||375|
Auto Attack: 78.4
|GLA PLD 70||4.31|
|Additional stats: Accuracy +95|
Bonus effects when equipped: Adds small boost to holy damage.
Burst Soul Break: The Echo (Minfilia), ATK +10 when mastered
Curtana is a short, blunted sword used for ceremonial purposes, such as to confer knighthood. The name is a Latinized form of the Anglo-French curtein, from Latin curtus, 'shortened'.The