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Hammer forged from mythril. Can be used two-handed.

Final Fantasy V description

Mythril Hammer (ミスリルハンマ, Misuriru Hanma?) or (ミスリルハンマー, Misuriru Hanmā?), also known as Mithril or Silver Hammer, is a recurring Hammer in the series.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

A hammer wrought from mythril.

Description

Mythril Hammer is the second available hammer, providing 12 Attack, 5 Accuracy, and 18 Critical. It can be bought for 2,500 gil (2,000 in Easy mode) from Crescent Lake or found in Elven Castle with the Mystic Key. It can only be used by the Warrior, Knight, Ninja, White Mage, and White Wizard.

Final Fantasy IV[edit | edit source]

Hammer of mythril, effective against ghouls.

Description

Mythril Hammer is the second weakest hammer, providing 55 Attack, 25 Accuracy, and deals extra damage against Ghouls and Machines. It can be bought for 8,000 gil at Mythril or dropped from Fell Turtle, Armadillo, Magma Tortoise, and Ironback. Only Cid can equip this.

In the 3D version, Mythril Hammer is the mid-ranked hammer (of three hammers) and provides 65 Attack, 99 Accuracy, +3 Stamina, and deals extra damage against Ghouls and Machines. It can be obtained in the same manner as in the original game.

On the Easy Type version, its hit rate was increased to 35%.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-[edit | edit source]

Mythril Hammer is one of two hammers that Cid can use. It provides 55 Attack, 25 Accuracy, and extra damage against Ghouls. It can only be dropped from Armadillo and Magma Tortoise.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years[edit | edit source]

Mythril Hammer is a mid-ranked hammer. It provides 55 Attack, 25% Accuracy, and is effective against machines and ghouls. It can be equipped by Cid, Luca, Gekkou, and Golbez. It can be bought for 8,000 gil at Mythril, dropped from Armadillo and Magma Tortoise, found in Edge's Challenge Dungeon on the second floor, made in Kokkol's Forge by using Kokkol Ore x4 and a Hammer, or by simply have Cid join the party.

Final Fantasy V[edit | edit source]

Mythril Hammer is the second weakest hammer, providing 28 Attack and 80 Hit Rate. It can be bought for 1,050 gil at Karnak or stolen from Drippy.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles[edit | edit source]

Mythril Hammer is a mid-ranked weapon for the Yuke, and provides 30 Strength and access to the Focus Attack Shock Bomb.

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Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light[edit | edit source]

The Mythril Hammer has an attack of 11. It can only be obtained from an event in Invidia by bringing Mythril to the weapon shop owner.

Final Fantasy Record Keeper[edit | edit source]

WeaponCategoryLevelAttackMagicMind
Mythril Hammer (IV)
(Mithril Hammer (IV))
Rarity 2
Hammers11200
21900
153600
204500
Additional stats: Accuracy +86

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius[edit | edit source]

A hammer made of mythril often used by dwarves in battle. The dwarves, who excel in smithing and the industrial arts, live underground and rarely form ties with other peoples. Although stubborn in nature, dwarves are diligent workers with a strong sense of duty. Those who manage to earn their support and favor could very well benefit from the mighty weapons and armor that come from their forges.

Description

Mythril Hammer is a hammer that provides 37 ATK. It can be bought for 5,100 gil at Underworld Gaberada, crafted using 1,000 gil, Mythril Ore x14, Silver Ore x10, and Lumber x3, found at Golzas Canyon, and from a Premium Bundle.

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Etymology[edit | edit source]

The word "mythril" or "mithril" is a metal found in many fantasy worlds. It was originally introduced by the fantasy writings of J. R. R. Tolkien, being present in his Middle-earth. It resembles silver but is stronger than steel, and much lighter in weight than either. The author first wrote of it in The Lord of the Rings, and it is retrospectively mentioned in the third, revised edition of The Hobbit in 1966. In the first 1937 edition, the mail shirt given to Bilbo is described as being made of "silvered steel". The name mithril comes from two words in Sindarin—mith, meaning "grey" or "mist", and ril meaning "glitter".

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