You could cut clean through a log with this hefty broadsword, but you wouldn't want to.
A sword that widens toward its tip.
Single-edged sword that sometimes blocks attacks.
The Falchion has an attack power of 176, increases Evasion by 10%, and enables the Bushido and Runic commands (although Cyan cannot equip it). It is purchasable in the World of Ruin in Maranda for 17,000 gil and is the strongest weapon for sale, though many stronger, unique weapons exist.
The Falchion is a level 44 sword forged by smiths. It has an DMG rating of 28.
Heavy broadsword, made for hewing limbs.
The Falchion provides +27 Attack and +5 Defense, teaches the ability Magicbreak to Warriors, and is the weakest broadsword. It can be bought for 1,200 gil or obtained as a random reward for completing a mission.
The Falchion, along with the Samson Sword and Predator, is tied as the weakest broadsword, providing +34 Attack and +5 Defense. It teaches Rend MP to Warriors and Mind Crush to Raptor, and can be bought for 1,000 gil in the shop after creating it in the Bazaar after using a Wind Stone, Zirconium, and Rat Pelt.
Falchion is a level 70 sword that provides +74 Attack and can be bought for 4,105 gil.
Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)Edit
The Falchion is a level 78 sword that grants +54 Attack. It costs 32,310 gil.
Falchion is a level 60 sword that provides +54 Attack. It can be obtained by trading 113,800 gil.
|Additional stats: Accuracy +89, Evasion +3|
A sword with a gentle curve well suited for redirecting incoming blows.
A single edged sword for beginners. The sword's blade widens from the base to the tip. It isn't a particularly powerful weapon, but it is designed so that aspiring swordsmen could use it easily. As such, the weapon is used, not only by young adventurers, but also by veteran warriors who retain them as a back-up weapon.
Falchion is a Sword obtained by the Rookie Quest, Go on a quest with a friend!. It provides 80 ATK.
falchion is a one-handed, single-edged sword of European origin, whose design is reminiscent of the Persian shamshir, the Chinese dadao, and modern machetekle. Falchions are found in different forms from around the 13th century up to and including the 16th century. In some versions the falchion looks rather like the weapon-seax and later the sabre, and in some versions the form is irregular or like a machete with a crossguard.A