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Once there was a stunning village maiden named Madhura who had a beautiful singing voice. When a certain lord first witnessed her beauty, he asked for her hand in marriage. However, Madhura refused in favor of her childhood sweetheart. Out of spite for Madhura's rejection, the lord commanded that her village be burnt to the ground, leaving Madhura as the sole survivor. Heartbroken, the gorgeous maiden threw herself down a ravine while holding her harp close. Rumor has it that a beautiful voice can still be hear singing in the area.

Madhura Harp (マドラの竪琴, Madora no Tategoto?), also known as Madora, is a recurring instrument in the series.


Final Fantasy III[]

Madhura Harp is the weakest harp, providing 40 Attack. It can be bought for 8,000 gil at Duster. In the 3D remakes, it now provides 60 Attack, +5 Mind, and allows the user to use the Minne song when using the Sing command. It can be bought for 10,000 gil at Duster or Amur.

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy[]

Madhura Harp is a level 60 instrument that provides -28 Bravery, +45 Attack, +1 Defense, and EX Core Absorption +10%. It can be obtained from the shop by trading 70,480 gil, Rune Bell, Macalania Timber, and Harlequin's Desire x5.

Final Fantasy Record Keeper[]

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Final Fantasy Brave Exvius[]

Madhura Harp is an Instrument obtained by finding it in Devastated Town and as the reward for completing the quest A Neverending Nightmare. It provides 26 ATK, +70% accuracy, has a 30% chance of inflicting Confuse, has a damage range of 130-170%, and requires both hands to wield.



Madhu, in Hindu mythology, one of the asura brothers Madhu-Kaitabh, killed by Lord Vishnu.