A men's armlet from another world. When equipped, it increases attack power and defense. In its original world, it can be stolen from a monster bearing the same name or won from the Demons Gate in the Temple of the Ancients.
Gigas Armlet is a mid-ranked armor that provides 59 Defense and +30 Strength, as well as one unlinked Materia slot and two linked Materia slots with no growth. It can drop from Demons Gate or stolen from Gigas.
Gigas Bracelets is hand armor that provides 9 DEF, HP +15, STR +3, DEX -2, and AGI -2. It can be equipped by level 30 Warrior, Monk, Red Mage, Thief, Paladin, Dark Knight, Beastmaster, Bard, Samurai, Ninja, Dragoon, Blue Mage, Corsair, Dancer, and Rune Fencer.
It can be dropped by Gigas Catapulter, Hippolytos, Epialtes, Eurymedon, Eurytos, and Polybotes.
|Gigas Bangle||Max HP +1500||Buy: —|
|Find: Ch.15: Crestholm Channels maze (final floor), Ch.15: Costlemark Tower maze (Level 26 right; 50% chance)|
Reward: Justice Monsters Five minigame
A giant bangle engraved with a giant's motif. Increases maximum HP magnificently.
Gigas Armlet is an accessory obtained from the Final Fantasy VII event, Temple of the Ancients. It provides 30 ATK and 30 DEF, and can only be equipped by males.
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Seiken Densetsu 3Edit
The Giant's Ring is the ultimate accessory for Riesz should she take a final class on her Dark class of the Rune Maiden, being the Dark-Light Dragon Master or the Darkmost Fenrir Knight. It is an enormous edged ring carved from light blue gemstone, inscribed with runes. Large enough to be worn as a bracelet by a human, it is a grim memento of the giants of the distant past of Fa'Diel, who terrorized the world and dared to conquer even the heavens. Wearing it is said to bring an air of terror, as it is filled with the giants' grudge.
Gigas is a popular term for races of giants in fantasy games. Gigas is a Greek word meaning "giant," originally used to describe the race of Gigantes in Greek mythology and is used in the scientific name, as the specific epithet, of hundreds of species of animals and dozens of plant species to denote their size.