A shield constructed of the featherlight metal known as mythril. It is surprisingly light and easy to wield.
A shield crafted from mythril.
Mythril Shield is a low-ranked shield that provides 8 Defense. It can be bought for 2,500 gil (2,000 gil in Easy Mode) at Crescent Lake or found at Cavern of Earth and Mount Gulg. It can be equipped by the Warrior, Knight, and Ninja classes.
Shield made of mythril.
Mythril Shield is a low-ranked shield that provides 6% Evasion and -70 Int/Spr (in the NES/WSC versions). It can be bought for 300 gil (500 in the NES/PSX versions) at Altair and Machanon, found at Snow Cave and Deist Cavern, or dropped from Land Turtle.
In the NES version, it provides 5 Defense, 7 Magic Defense and 7% Evade. In the 3D versions, it provides 3 Defense and 3 Magic Defense. It also protects against the blind status ailment and as such is useful when entering the early cavern areas containing undead enemies.
Shield of mythril, resistant against ghoul attacks.
Mythril Shield is a low to mid-ranked shield that provides 3 Defense, 2 Magic Defense, 26 Evade, 2 Magic Evade, and resistance towards attacks from Ghouls. It can be bought for 1,000 gil at Mythril or dropped from Fell Turtle, Armadillo, Magma Tortoise, Ironback, and Mythril Golem. It can be equipped by Cecil, Kain, and Cid.
Mythril Shield is a low-ranked shield that provides 3 Defense, 2 Magic Defense, 26 Evade, and 2 Magic Evade. It can be bought for 1,000 gil at Mythril, found at Devil's Road (Kain's Tale), Lunar Subterrane (Lunarians' Tale), and in Rydia's Challenge Dungeon, or dropped from Fell Turtle, Magma Tortoise, Mythril Golem, and Armadillo. It can be equipped by Cecil, Cid, Kain, Ceodore, and Golbez.
Shield forged from mythril.
Elegant and lightweight shield forged from mythril.
Mythril Shield is a low-ranked shield that provides 27 Defense, 18 Magic Defense, and 10% Evade. It can be bought for 1,200 gil at Narshe, Kohlingen, and Jidoor, stolen from General, or recruiting Setzer, Mog, Strago, Relm, and Gogo. It can be equipped by everyone except Umaro.
Mythril Shield is a low to mid-ranked shield that provides 22% Physical Evasion and 5% Magic Evasion. It can be bought for 2,500 gil from an Outfitter after Zeirchele Falls in Chapter 2 or as rare treasure from Castled City of Zaland and Mining Town of Gollund.
Silver has an shield icon before its name. It is bought in the Dwarf Cave for 505 GP, which blocks Dagger, Harpoon, Spear, Mimic Box, Pincer, Blizzard, Sword, Rapier, Voice, Needle, Poison String, and Talon.
A beautiful shield made from overlapping sheets of mythril steel from Eisenberg. This latest in shield design exploits the tremendous repulsive force that two separate pieces of mythril steel have when subjected to an impact.
Mythril Shield is a low-ranked shield that provides 6 Defense and 22 Evade.
One of the heavier shields. As soldiers, youngsters dream of fulfilling their duties dressed in mythril from head to toe. Unfortunately, although mythril armor is indeed very effective, most soldiers cannot afford such high quality equipment on their meager salaries. However, despite all of its great qualities, mythril armor does have its flaws. Its lustrous shine always makes the wearer stand out on the battlefield, making him or her an easy target for enemy attacks.
Mythril Shield is a Heavy Shield obtained by buying it for 4,500 gil at Underworld Gaberada, crafting it for 900 gil, x1 Thickened Hide, and x15 Mythril Ores, finding it during the exploration of Dwarves' Forge and Lake Dorr, obtained as the reward for finding and turning in the Earth Key from Felicitas Town and from the event Lunar New Year, and from a Premium Bundle. It provides 35 DEF.
Non-Final Fantasy guest appearancesEdit
A shield made of mythril.
The Mythril Shield appears as a shield within the Forsaken Dungeon. It provides 10 Armor Def, 10 Durability, +1 Magic Def, and -1 Speed.
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".The word "mythril" or "