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Arrow immersed in the power of ice.
Final Fantasy IV description

Ice Arrow (氷の矢 or こおりのや, Koori no Ya?), also known as Ice or Icecloud Arrows, is a recurring weapon in the series. It deals Ice-elemental damage and requires the use of a bow to use at all.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy IIIEdit

Ice Arrow is a mid-ranked arrow that can only be used by the Onion Knight and Ranger classes, providing 17 Strength (30 in the NES version) and is Ice-elemental. It can be bought for 150 gil (30 in the NES version) at Village of the Ancients or found as treasure at Castle Argus.

Final Fantasy IVEdit

Ice Arrow is a mid-ranked arrow that provides 15 Strength and is Ice-elemental. It can be bought for 30 gil at Troia, found as treasure at Sylph Cave and Tower of Babil, or dropped from Ice Lizard and Frostbeast.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-Edit

Ice Arrow is a mid-ranked arrow, providing 15 Attack and is Ice-elemental. It can be bought for 30 gil at Damcyan, Fabul, and the dwarf on the Falcon, or dropped from Ice Lizard and Frostbeast.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

Ice Arrow is mid-ranked arrow, providing 15 Attack and is Ice-elemental. It can be bought for 500 gil at Mist, Agart, and Troia, found as treasure at Tower of Trials during Edge's Tale, or dropped from Frostbeast, Ice Lizard, and Hydro Golem.

Final Fantasy XIEdit

Ice Arrow is an archery weapon that provides 29 damage, 120 delay, and an additional Ice damage effect. The additional effect damage is based on INT. It deals 14.5 damage per second and accumulates 45 TP per hit. It can be equipped by level 45 Warrior, Red Mage, Thief, Paladin, Dark Knight, Beastmaster, Ranger, Samurai, and Ninja. It can be bought from ~141 - 145 gil from Taniko-Maniko in Port Windurst (H-9), and Maymunah in Bastok Mines (K-7) and Odoba (K-7).

Final Fantasy XII Edit

Icecloud Arrows provide 4 Attack and are Ice-elemental. It can be found as a treasure in Cerobi Steppe (Old Elanise Road) and Pharos - Subterra (Abyssal - North), and Trial Mode Stage 91 (with Diamond Armlet), or included in the bazaar set Permafrost Bow & Quiver.

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