At the time of it being obtained, the signet serves a decent boost to most of Wrieg's stats, with the exception of its MP and speed bonuses. The signet teaches Wrieg the Stonega Breath abilities, which are excellent at that point of the game, allowing him to deal heavy earth-elemental damage to all enemies.
The only downside to Midgardsormr's signet is that its passive of boosting Wrieg's earth-elemental damage by 16% is available on stronger earth-elemental summons with significantly better stats, such as Dark Titan and Asmodai. Players should master Midgardsormr's signet once they can afford to use multiple rank II gems.
Midgardsormr is based on the recurring earth serpent summon that initially appeared in Final Fantasy VI. The summon's final form uses a color palette similar to the sprite of the Midgardsormr esper from its original appearance.
Midgardsormr's summon attack is Abyssal Maw, which inflicts earth-elemental damage to all enemies and inflicts speed down for 3 turns. Summoning Midgardsormr costs 2 bars from the Summon Gauge.
|Rank||AP Required||Max HP||Max MP||Max Attack||Max Magic||Max Speed||Components Needed|
|2★||100/100||358||19||17||26||13||Yellow Gem I|
|3★||150/150||417||22||20||30||15||Yellow Gem II|
The following are the abilities Wrieg can learn from Midgardsormr:
|Stonega Breath I||Ability||All Enemies: Earth magic attack||MP 63|
|Stonega Breath II||Ability||All Enemies: Earth magic attack||MP 63|
|Stonega Breath III||Ability||All Enemies: Earth magic attack||MP 63|
|Earth ATK +16%||Passive||(Unlocked with Final Evolution)||―|
In the original free-to-play versions of the game, Midgardsormr's signet premiered during the game's time as Final Fantasy Legends: Toki no Suishō. Two versions of the summon were available for players to obtain; one that taught Snake Eye (I-III) abilities, and another that taught Stonega Breath (I-III) abilities. Both of its signets could be obtained through the game's summon draw shop.
Jörmungandr) was the middle child of Loki and a giantess named Angrboda. Odin threw it into the ocean that encircles Midgard and it eventually grew large enough to reach around the entire world and bite its own tail. It had been foreseen that on the day of Ragnarök it would battle with its arch-nemesis, Thor, the god of thunder. The sky would darken from the poison mist emitted by Midgardsormr, and the battle would end in the death of both. Thor would first kill Midgardsormr and then stagger nine steps before dying from its poison.The name hails from Norse mythology, in which Midgardsormr (Old Norse: Miðgarðsormr; also known as the World Serpent or