This sword celebrates the joy of victory for its wielder. On the matter of the victim, it is silent.Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift description
Joyeuse appears as a level 70 sword obtained as a drop from the Charybdis Notorious Monster. It has a damage rate of 35, a delay of 244, and increases dark resistance by 14 points. Its unique ability allows the wielder to occasionally attack twice. The sword can be equipped by Warriors, Red Mages, Paladins, Bards, Dragoons, Corsairs, and Dancers.
Prior to the Abyssea updates, the Joyeuse was popular with Red Mages and "Dual Wield" Warrior builds.
The first version has 30 Attack Power, 15 Evade, a Charge Time of 25, and a combo rate of 15. The second version is altered somewhat: 39 Attack Power, 5 Evade, a Charge Time of 35, and a combo rate of 10.
In the Zodiac versions, the second version is buffed: 40 Attack Power, 10 Evade, and a Charge Time of 30. It can also hit flying enemies.
Curtana, Joyeuse, Durandal... Eras have passed, monarchs have risen and fallen but the legends of these blades—and the men who did wield them—live on to this very day.Well-schooled Steward
The weapon is mentioned in the 2015 Little Ladies' Day event. It is said that the Joyeuse is one of the three swords (the other two being the Curtana and Durandal) forged from the same steel. The swords were once wielded by the three legendary Sultansworn known collectively as the first paladins—great warriors who would attend the Royal House by the hand of Sasagan Ul Sisigan, the founder of the Ul'dahn nation.
Sword named after the joy of victory.Description
Joyeuse is a mid-ranked rapier provides 35 Attack, 5 Resistance, and 2 Speed. It teaches the abilities Nighthawk for 300 AP to the Fencer and Evil Gaze for 300 AP to the Elementalist. It can be obtained through the Ornamented Blades C category in the Bazaar by selling Trusty Frying Pan, Zingu Pearl, and Aqua Galac.
Non-Final Fantasy appearances
Joyeuse is a greatsword that can be equipped by Ibuki.
Joyeuse was the name of Charlemagne's personal sword. Joyeuse is French for "joyful". This sword is one of the oldest French crown jewels.