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The Antiquated Failnaught is a level 70 main arm for [[Archer (Final Fantasy XIV)|Bards]], obtained as part of their Artifact Equipment set after finishing their job quests. It is item level 290, has a Physical Damage rating of 93, and increases Dexterity +222, Vitality +225, Critical Hit +242, and Direct Hit Rate +169, with two slots for [[Materia (Final Fantasy XIV)|materia]] melds.
   
 
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Revision as of 07:08, 8 August 2017

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Failnaught in Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light.

This quality weapon is used to hound prey until the bitter end. Increases chain bonuses.

Description

Failnaught (フェイルノート, Feirunooto?), also known as Fatal Barb, is a recurring bow in the series.

Appearances

Final Fantasy XI

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Final Fantasy XIII-2

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Final Fantasy XIV

The Antiquated Failnaught is a level 70 main arm for Bards, obtained as part of their Artifact Equipment set after finishing their job quests. It is item level 290, has a Physical Damage rating of 93, and increases Dexterity +222, Vitality +225, Critical Hit +242, and Direct Hit Rate +169, with two slots for materia melds.

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light

Failnaught has an attack and magic attack of 15 and can only be bought from the multiplayer shop in Invidia for 9,000 pts.

Bravely Second: End Layer

A bow made when a bard attached bowstrings to his beloved lyre, and set out to save his beloved from an evil tyrant. The songs from the lyre imbue all loosed arrows with the power to fell any who would stand in love's way. Upon returning from his triumph, the bard was knighted for his bravery.

Description

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Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade

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Final Fantasy Explorers

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Gallery

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Etymology

In Arthurian legend, Failnaught is the bow of Tristan and it was said to never miss its mark.

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