Power up when [Near death]
Powersoul is a high-ranked weapon for Tifa, providing 28 Attack, 106 Atk%, 7 Magic, and 4 single Materia slots with double growth. When Tifa is in Near Death status, the weapon's attack power doubles, and if she is under Death Sentence, its power is quadrupled. Both effects stack, making the Powersoul an extremely powerful weapon for when it can be obtained. It can be bought for 4,200 gil at Junon (after obtaining the Highwind) or found in Mt. Nibel by taking Slide 2 in the room with the Materia Keeper.
The player can equip Tifa with Curse Ring to give her a Death Sentence at the start of battle to benefit from the attack boost. Regular battles can usually be easily won under the timer, but the player can also equip her with Odin+Added Effect in armor to immunize her against the instant death effect. Using the Cover Materia with another party member helps to protect her from being hit when in critical health.
|Additional stats: Accuracy +95|
Burst Soul Break: Meteor Crusher (Tifa), ATK +10 when mastered
Fists from another world that boost the wielder's power and spirit when in danger. Said to have been used by a woman from Nibelheim, a town befallen by a great catastrophe.
Powersoul is a Fist weapon available during the Gaea's Cliff event for 15,000 Everfrost Shards. It provides 84 ATK, 14 MAG, and increases ATK and SPR by 120% for 3 turns when HP drops below 30%.
Non-Final Fantasy guest appearancesEdit
Knuckles that raise strength.
The Power Soul appears as a 2-handed knuckle within the Forsaken Dungeon. It provides 24 Weapon Atk, 4 Durability, 5% MAX HP, -1 Speed, and -1 Consumption Rate. It can be bought for 14 gil at the Merchant's Shop.
oversoul is a spiritual essence or vital force in the universe in which all souls participate and that therefore transcends individual consciousness. Oversoul can also be the universal mind or spirit that animates, motivates, and is the unifying principle of all living things. It's a concept in the transcendentalist philosophy of Emerson and others.In New England transcendentalism,