This handy tool, called a gavel by some artificers, is said to have once been used to restore order in courtrooms in ancient times.Final Fantasy XII description
- 1 Appearances
- 1.1 Final Fantasy II
- 1.2 Final Fantasy III
- 1.3 Final Fantasy IV
- 1.4 Final Fantasy V
- 1.5 Final Fantasy VII
- 1.6 Final Fantasy XII
- 1.7 Final Fantasy XIII
- 1.8 Final Fantasy Dimensions
- 1.9 Dissidia Final Fantasy
- 2 Gallery
- 3 Etymology
|Buy||All item shops|
|Find||Kashuan Keep, Castle Deist|
|Drop||Mantis King, Chimera Brain|
|Effect||Cures Mini or causes it if not already afflicted.|
|Buy||Village of the Ancients and beyond|
|Find||Canaan and beyond|
|Steal||Pugman, Blood Bat|
|Drop||Pugman, Blood Bat|
|Buy||Mythril, and most shops in the Underworld|
|Drop||Fangshell (2D and 3D), Devil's Castanet (2D and 3D), Electrofish (2D and 3D), Treant (2D and 3D), Elder Treant (2D and 3D), Mortblossom (2D and 3D), Blood Flower (2D and 3D)|
Mallet is an item that cures Mini. It can be bought in Baron and Mist Cave (Ceodore's Tale), dropped by Devil's Castanet, Fangshell, Electrofish, Elder Treant, Blood Flower, Treant, and Mortblossom, and found in Mist Cave and Cave of Eblan (Final).
Removes mini status.Description
|Buy||Carwen and beyond.|
|Steal||Liquid Flame, Biblos|
|Buy||North Corel, Gold Saucer, Cosmo Canyon, Gongaga, Nibelheim, Mideel, Bone Village, Corel Prison|
The Mallet removes the Fog status from one ally. It can be bought for 100 gil from Unicorn Mart after reaching the Palamecia.
Removes Fog from one ally.Description
Mallet removes Fog from one ally. It can be bought from Chocolina's shop for 100 gil. It sells for 50 gil.
The Mallet cures Mini status.
Mallet is a trade accessory that has a 20% chance of breaking when equipped, and must be obtained from the Inward Chaos bonus reel before it can can be obtained through Battlegen at Ultimecia's Castle. It is used to make machine equipment.
This silver component forms at M.S. Prima Vista.Description.
Uchide no kozuchi is a legendary Japanese "magic hammer" which can "tap out" anything wished for. In Issun-bōshi ("One-Inch Boy"), the hero gains the mallet defeating an oni and amassing wealth. In modern embellishments, he also transforms himself into full adult-size.