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Kenkonken in Final Fantasy XI.

Knuckles that hamper the foes' immunity, making them more susceptible to status ailments.

Kenkonken (乾坤圏, Kenkonken?, lit. Heaven and Earth) is a recurring weapon in the series.

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Final Fantasy XI[]

Kenkonken is a hand-to-hand weapon that provides +17 damage, +49 delay, enhances Martial Arts effect, suppresses Overload, and gives access to the Stringing Pummel Weapon Skill. Its aftermath increases Accuracy and Attack and occasionally attacks twice. It deals +3.86 damage per second and accumulates +14 TP per hit. It can be equipped by level 75 Puppetmaster. It can be obtained from the "Mythic Weapons" quest or the Nomad Mog Bonanza 2010 (Rank 1) event.

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia[]

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Final Fantasy Brave Exvius[]

Ring-shaped fists that came from the faraway world of Vana'diel. It is said that these were specifically used by Puppetmasters, who controlled dolls known as Automatons. It is also well-known to have been one of the weapons collected by the most eminent hero and Emperor of Aht Urhgan, Balrahn.

Description

Kenkonken (FFXI) is a Fist, obtained as the Super Trust Master Reward from Aphmau. It provides 170 ATK, 180 DEF, and increases equipment DEF by 50% when single wielding a weapon with or without a shield.

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Etymology[]

Kenkonken is a chakram of great power wielded in Taoist mythology by Nezha. Nezha is a mythological figure who is often depict as a young handsome boy wearing clothes similar to a lotus since he was reincarnated from a lotus. He has two wheels with flames attached to his feet and golden ankle rings.