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Axe that sometimes finishes enemies in one blow. Can be used two-handed.Final Fantasy V description
The Death Sickle (デスシックル, Desu Shikkuru?) is a recurring axe or scythe in the series. It is usually a moderately powerful axe with the additional effect of inflicting Instant Death when it hits its target.
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The Death Sickle is a low to mid-ranked axe that provides 40 Attack, 43 Accuracy, and has a 33% chance of inflicting Instant Death to its target. It can only be used by the Berserker, Freelancer, and Gladiator classes, or a character equipped with the Equip Axe ability. It can be dropped from the Harvester or Berserker, or stolen from Mykale.
The Death Sickle is the base form of the scythe Mythic Weapon Liberator, and may be equipped by Dark Knights at level 75. It has a damage of 90 and a delay of 528. It can be upgraded to the Liberator through the Mythic Weapon questline, and it may also be used in the quest "Unlocking a Myth" to teach Dark Knights the Weapon Skill Insurgency. It can drop from any Notorious Monster fought in Nyzul Isle, and is guaranteed to drop from the Notorious Monster fought on floor 100 of Nyzul Isle if the person initiating the mission is a Dark Knight.
The Death Sickle is a level 30 axe that provides +31 Attack, -61 Bravery, and Wall Rush HP Damage +5%. It can be obtained in the shop by trading 34900 gil, Slasher, and a Gargoyle Pebble.
|Death Sickle (V)||Axes||1||24||0||0|
|Additional stats: Accuracy +89|
Bonus effects when equipped: Adds small chance to instant KO.
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Etymology[edit | edit source]
The name refers to a weapon wielded by a Grim Reaper. Death is often given the name Grim Reaper and, from the 15th century onwards, came to be shown as a skeletal figure carrying a large scythe and clothed in a black cloak with a hood. In Japanese culture, the equivalent of the Grim Reaper is often the Shinigami, literally meaning "Death God".The concept of death as a sentient entity has existed in many societies since the beginning of history. In English,