Gloves once passed down in the Genji clan of samurai from the Land of Wa, a mysterious island nation that vanished centuries ago. It is said they were worn by a tragic hero who racked up countless victories only to be killed as a traitor by his elder brother.
Bravely Default description
Genji Gloves (げんじのこて? or 源氏の小手, Genji no Kote?, lit. Genji Bracer), also known as Genji, Samurai, Genji Armlet, and Ninja, is a recurring piece of equipment in the series. It is a powerful armor or accessory, depending on the game, and is often obtained by stealing from or defeating Gilgamesh. It is part of Genji equipment.
- 1 Appearances
- 1.1 Final Fantasy
- 1.2 Final Fantasy II
- 1.3 Final Fantasy III
- 1.4 Final Fantasy IV
- 1.5 Final Fantasy V
- 1.6 Final Fantasy VI
- 1.7 Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-
- 1.8 Final Fantasy IX
- 1.9 Final Fantasy X
- 1.10 Final Fantasy XII
- 1.11 Final Fantasy XIII
- 1.12 Final Fantasy XV
- 1.13 Final Fantasy Tactics
- 1.14 Final Fantasy Tactics Advance
- 1.15 Dissidia Final Fantasy NT
- 1.16 Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia
- 1.17 The Final Fantasy Legend
- 1.18 Final Fantasy Legend II
- 1.19 Final Fantasy Legend III
- 1.20 Bravely Default
- 1.21 Pictlogica Final Fantasy
- 1.22 Final Fantasy Record Keeper
- 1.23 Final Fantasy Brave Exvius
- 2 Gallery
- 3 Etymology
Heavy gloves crafted in a distant land.
Genji Gloves is a high-ranked glove that provides 9 Defense, 13 Evade, 2 Weight, and immunity to Poison and Petrify. It can be obtained in the Game Boy Advance or later releases from defeating Gilgamesh, and can be equipped by the Warrior, Knight, and Ninja classes.
Gloves boasting the finest defense.
Genji Gloves is the strongest non-character specific arms armor, providing 45 Defense, -47% Evasion, 10% Magic Defense, and -100 Int/Spr. It can be found in Pandaemonium or Arubboth or dropped by White Dragon, Iron Giant, and Steel Giant.
In the NES version, it provides 9 Defense, 7 Magic Defense, and 15% Evade.
Gloves used in a faraway land.
Genji Gloves is a high-ranked gauntlet that provides 8 Defense, 5 Magic Defense, -10 Evasion, and 3 Magic Evasion. It can be found in Lair of the Father, and is equipped to Kain after the Giant of Babil. It can be equipped by Cecil, Kain, Cid, and Edge. In the 3D remakes, the -10 Evasion has been removed.
Genji Gloves is a high-ranked gauntlet, providing provides 8 Defense, 5 Magic Defense, and -10 Evasion. It can be found at Subterrane, and can be equipped by Cecil, Kain, Cid, Edge, Ceodore, Luca, Gekkou, Tsukinowa, Izayoi, Zangetsu, and Golbez.
Gloves that prevent toad and paralysis.
Armored glove from a foreign land. Allows the wearer to equip a weapon in each hand.
Genji Glove is a relic that provides +5 Defense as well as allows the user to wield two weapons at once. Due to a bug, damage is reduced by 25% whenever a character equips a Genji Glove, but only one weapon; the damage algorithm was supposed to give this reduction when two weapons are equipped. It can be found in the Returner Hideout, Cave to the Sealed Gate, and Dreamscape, stolen from Dragon and Gilgamesh, and metamorphed from Samurai and Yojimbo. It can be equipped by everyone except Umaro.
Genji Gloves is an accessory that provides Break Damage Limit, allowing Zack to hit for upwards to 99,999 damage, in addition to having Auto-Critical, allowing Zack to critical all the time. It can be found in mission 9-6-4.
Very famous brand of gloves.
Genji Gloves is a high-ranked gauntlet that provides 27 Defense, 17 Magic Defense, +2 Magic, and teaches the ability High Tide. It can be found using a Dead Pepper at the foaming water at the southern tip of the Forgotten Continent and stolen from Lich. It can be equipped by Steiner and Freya.
In the original version, Genji Gloves is an accessory that requires the Genji Armor license to equip, and provides +2 Magick as well as improves the chance of scoring a multiple hits equal to [Speed x 1.8]%. It can be stolen from Gilgamesh during the first encounter after he has switched weapons three times.
Genji Glove is an accessory that gives the ability Resist Damage +12%, the synthesis ability Warrior Wisdom/Warrior Spirit, and has a Capacity of 70. It can be bought from Chocolina (after patching to latest version) for 10,000 gil, Dark Matter x1, and Scarletite x2. It sells for 5,000 gil.
Delicate Genji Glove is an accessory that gives the ability Resist Damage +6%, the synthesis ability Warrior Wisdom/Warrior Spirit, and has a Capacity of 30. It can be bought from Chocolina (after patching to latest version) for 5,000 gil, Genji Glove x1, Succulent Fruit x10, and Malodorous Fruit x5. It sells for 2,500 gil.
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Armor from a faraway land. Reduces lightning, darkness, and ballistic damage significantly.
A vermillion glove made by a foreign craftsman.
These colorful armlets are beautifully adorned.
Genji Armlets is an accessory that provides 5 Attack, 10 Defense, 2 Magic, and 5 Magic Resistance.
A Genji Glove is worn by Locke Cole on his right hand in his default attire, and alludes to Final Fantasy VI in which a character can wield two different weapons when the accessory is equipped, explaining how Locke dual-wields daggers in battle.
The Giant has a gauntlet icon before its name. It can be bought in Final Town for 18000 GP or found in Edo Castle. It gives 10 to defense, add 117 HP to Robots, and increases their Def by 26. It also gives Weapon resistance.
A glove from the Farplane. When equipped it boosts ATK and MAG, and also enables dual wield. According to various tales, it was passed down through the legendary Genji family. Though other items exist bearing the Genji name, they are scattered all over the place, and it would be quite a task to collect them all.
The surname of Genji refers to the onyomi reading of the Minamoto Clan. Minamoto was a surname commonly bestowed on the children of the Emperor who were not eligible for the throne. According to history and legend, they were most active in the days of the late Heian era, and were samurai who became known as the fighters of evil and keepers of peace. The time was said to have been fraught with disorder and anarchy. Many future samurai claim lineage from the clan, including Miyamoto Musashi and Tokugawa Ieyasu who were subject of literary discourse from The Tale of Genji, which follows royal figures, to The Tale of the Heike, focusing on the major figures and the events of the Genpei War.
Genji is also a short period in Japanese history, lasting only a single year from 1864–1865.