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Official art of the Flame Shield from Final Fantasy, a piece of Flame equipment.

Flame equipment (フレイム, Fureimu?) is a recurring type of equipment in the Final Fantasy series. It is often a mid-rank type of armor, with resistance or weakness to either Fire, Ice, or Water. This gear has appeared in the forms of body armor, helmet, shield, gloves, armlet, sword, rod, knuckles, spear, staff, and bow.

This type of equipment was more commonly found as mid-rank armor in the early installments of the series, which grew into a less common type of weapons. The most recurring appearances of flame equipment are under shields, swords (most commonly as the Flametongue), and rods or staves.

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Appearances[]

Final Fantasy[]

Final Fantasy II[]

Final Fantasy III[]

Final Fantasy IV[]

Fire-elemental equipment is found in several locations between the defeat of the boss at the Dwarves' Castle and the return to the Overworld.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-[]

Fire-elemental equipment is mostly found within shops. The rest are from monster drops.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years[]

Final Fantasy V[]

Final Fantasy VI[]

Final Fantasy VII[]

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There are no Fire-elemental weapons or armor (besides the ones listed below). Instead, by pairing a Fire-elemental Materia with the Elemental Materia in a linked weapon slot creates a Fire-elemental attack. A linked Armor slot gives Fire-elemental defense. Armor can provide half, nullify, or absorb damage protection based on the Elemental Materia's level.


Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-[]

Final Fantasy VIII[]

Flame Saber.

The Flame Saber appears, though due to the battle system it has no affinity for Fire and instead earned its name due to its bright red blade. Any weapon can be made Fire-elemental via the junction system.

Final Fantasy IX[]

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Final Fantasy X[]

Many Fire-elemental weapons and armor can be obtained via customizing. Armor with the Fire Ward/Proof ability as the dominant ability will be classified as "Red", armor with the SOS NulBlaze ability as the dominant ability will be classified as "NulBlaze", and armor with the Fire Eater ability as the dominant ability will be classified as "Crimson". Firestrike must be the dominant ability for weapons. Weapons with the Firestrike ability, whether dominant or otherwise, appear as wrapped in flames.

Tidus
Yuna
Wakka
Lulu
Kimahri
Auron
Rikku

Final Fantasy X-2[]

Final Fantasy XI[]

Most fire/flame weapons are created by alchemists, generally by refining iron weapons with firesand and slime oil.

Final Fantasy XII[]

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings[]

Final Fantasy XIII[]

Several pieces of flame equipment exist as accessories that resist Fire damage.

Final Fantasy XIV[]

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Final Fantasy XV[]

Final Fantasy Tactics[]

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance[]

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift[]

Final Fantasy Type-0[]

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles[]

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates[]

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time[]

Final Fantasy Mystic Quest[]

Reuben's Flame Armor is the only Flame equipment.

Final Fantasy Adventure[]

Flame Flail, Flame Shield, and Flame Armor are the only instances of Flame equipment, and are all high ranked pieces of equipment.

The Final Fantasy Legend[]

The armor Flame has a shield icon before its name. It can be bought in Hidden Town for 5,500 GP. It has 50 uses, grants the party Fire resistance with 60% success.

Final Fantasy Legend II[]

The weapon is called Fire and it has a gun icon before its name. It can be bought for 17000 GP in Venus' City, Race Circuit, and Hana's Town, but also can be found in Volcano. It has 30 uses, and it also increases a Robot's HP by 81. The damage formula for Fire is equal to 250 points of damage. The gun is Long Range, attacks one group, and never misses. It deals Fire-elemental damage.

There is a weapon is called Flame and it has a sword icon before its name. It can be bought for 17000 GP in Venus' City, Race Circuit and Hana's Town, but can also be found in Volcano. It has 40 use, it also increases a Robot's HP by 81 and increases their Str by 18. The damage formula for Flame is the user's Str x12 and deals Fire-elemental damage.

The only piece of armor is a shield called Flame and it has a shield icon before its name. It can be bought in Venus' City for 17000 GP and found in Volcano. It has 30 uses, blocks melee and Ston with 80% chance of success, adds 81 HP to Robots, and increases their Def by 18. It also provides resistance to Ice.

Final Fantasy Legend III[]

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light[]

Final Fantasy Dimensions[]

The Flame Whip can be used by Jobless, Summoner, Ranger, Memorist, Dancer. It adds 67 to attack, ignores Rows, and can sometimes cause Paralyze. It can be found in the Mysidia Caverns.

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Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)[]

  • The Flametongue is a level 22 sword that gives 18 Attack and increases initial Bravery by 20%.
  • The Flame Lance is a level 16 spear that gives 14 Attack, lowers Defense by 1, and increases Wall Rush Bravery damage by 20%.
  • Inferno Sword is a level 36 greatsword that gives 28 Attack and increases physical damage by 10%.
  • The Flame Rod is a level 17 rod that increases HP by 97, Attack by 12, Defense by 1, and increases Magic Damage by 10%.
  • The Flamescepter is a level 15 staff that boosts Bravery by 15, and provides 12 Attack and increases EX Mode duration by 10%.
  • The Flame Shield is a level 15 shield that gives 14 Defense and provides +20% Defense against Wall Rush HP damage.
  • The Flame Armor is a level 16 heavy armor that increases HP by 792 and boosts Physical Defense by 10%.
  • The Flame Sword is a level 50 weapon exclusive to Warrior of Light. It boosts Attack by 36 and increases Defense by 5%.
  • The Fire Book is a level 99 staff obtainable from the Minwu Friend Card. It is also equipped by high level opponents in the Blackjack course of the Duel Colosseum.

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy[]

  • Flametongue returns as a level 1 sword that provides +13 Attack and +20% Initial Bravery. It can be purchased at the Moogle Shop for 60 KP.
  • Flame Lance returns as a level 1 spear that provides -159 HP, +17 Attack, -2 Defense, and +20% Wall Rush Bravery Damage. It can be purchased at the Moogle Shop for 60 KP.
  • Flame Sword returns as a level 30 exclusive weapon for Warrior of Light, and provides +40 Attack and +5% Defense. It can be obtained by trading 61,000 gil, Rapier, Scarletite, and Hero's Desire x5.
  • Inferno Sword returns as a level 30 greatsword that provides +42 Attack, -2 Defense, and +5% Physical Damage. It can be obtained by trading 61,000 gil, Hardedge, and a Silver Lobo Claw.
  • Flame Shield and Flame Armor returns as well, and can both be purchased for 60 KP at the Moogle Shop.
  • Fire Book returns as a level 100 staff. It is obtainable as a rare drop from the Farplane Mog Friend Card.

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT[]

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Pictlogica Final Fantasy[]

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Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade[]

List of Flame equipment:

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Final Fantasy All the Bravest[]

There are three pieces of flame equipment:

Final Fantasy Record Keeper[]

Flame Shield from Final Fantasy IV is a Rarity 3 shield.

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Final Fantasy Brave Exvius[]

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Chocobo no Fushigi na Dungeon[]

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Chocobo's Dungeon 2[]

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Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon[]

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Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances[]

Bravely Default[]

  • Flametongue
  • Flare Hatchet
  • Rod of Fire
  • Iceflame Shield
  • Flame Charm

Bravely Second: End Layer[]

  • Flametongue
  • Flare Hatchet
  • Rod of Fire
  • Flame Robe
  • Flame Charm

Gallery[]

Part 1
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Part 2
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