A wicked sword of treachery and betrayal. For Clavats only.Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time description
The Laevateinn (レーヴァテイン, Reevatein?), also known as Laevatein, Twin Lævateinns, or Laveateinn, is a recurring weapon in the Final Fantasy series. It appears as either a staff, or, in some cases, a sword.
Flaming sword enchanted by imperious flames.Description
Laevateinn is a high-ranked weapon for Vaan available through crafting it after obtaining the Forged by Fire recipe. It provides +90 Attack, +45 Magick, and +60 Speed, and is Fire-elemental. It uses a generic sword sprite during battle.
Laevateinn is a weapon for Black Mages. It is a possible reward from the quest Eyes Unclouded. It can otherwise be acquired as a Weathered Laevateinn in Revenant's Toll, and then upgraded to Laevateinn in Hyrstmill, by trading in Allagan Tomestones and tokens acquired from Syrcus Tower and the Second Coil of Bahamut.
|Weathered Laevateinn||Two-handed Thaumaturge's Arm||100|
Auto Attack: 54.88
|THM BLM 50||2.2|
|Laevateinn||Two-handed Thaumaturge's Arm||110|
Auto Attack: 57.12
|THM BLM 50||2.2|
Twin Lævateinns are rapiers for Machina. They provide 41 Attack Power and boost his MP by 50%. They are earned from the "Wyverns in the Woods" mission by earning S-Rank on Finis difficulty, or from a special order during "Machina's Struggle" (Slay Adad). They sell for 1,800 gil.
A wicked sword of treachery and betrayal. For Clavats only.Description
The Laveateinn is the eighth-strongest sword in terms of Attack power, and can only be equipped by a Clavat. It provides 100 Attack at level 1 and 150 Attack at level 30, gives +5 to Dark, and has 2 empty slots. It is obtained as a drop from the Mimic at Library 2 on Hard and Very Hard, and can then be created for 940 gil by using up Black Gold x6, Black Silver x6, and Dark Dust x6. When turned into a jewel, a level 3-6 Laevateinn makes an Anti-Dark Stone 2, level 10-19 makes a Guard Stone 2, and level 20-30 makes an Ebonite.
A flaming sword forged by the serpent deity, who envied birds' flight and wished to see them slain. Each butchered bird dulled the sword little by little, at last snuffing out its flame. The serpent god took offense to this, turning the sword into a staff, and vowed to continue his hunt until not a bird remained.Description
The Laevateinn is Shantotto's second exclusive weapon. It is a level 90 that provides an Attack bonus of +62 and Bravery bonus of +34, and increases her initial Bravery by 30% at the start of a battle.
The Laevateinn is one of Shantotto's unlockable weapons, and is based on the weapon's appearance in Final Fantasy XI. It can only be obtained by purchasing it as DLC from the PlayStation Store. Like all other characters' weapons, equipping it offers no advantages or disadvantages.
A rod that came from the faraway world of Vana'diel. One of the weapons known as the "Myriad Arms of Balrahn." In the world of Vana'diel, only those who have overcome trial and tribulation are deemed worthy of using this weapon, thus enabling the person to tap into its true power.Description
Non-Final Fantasy appearancesEdit
Laevateinn is a staff that can be equipped by Yui.
Laevateinn, or Levatine, is a mythical sword or magic staff from Norse mythology, also known as the "Wounding Wand" or the "Staff of Destruction". The elf Völundr had forged a sword so lethal that it imperiled the very gods themselves. The sword was taken from Völundr, brought to Asgard, and passed into the hands of the god Freyr, who traded Laevateinn for the hand of the giantess Gerðr. At Ragnarök, Surtr (the lord of the fire giants) wielded Laevateinn and severed the roots of the world tree Yggdrasil, instigating the destruction of the universe. Freyr would ultimately fall to his own blade during Ragnarok at Surtr's hand.