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A curiously shaped knife said to have been favored by a certain maniacal murderer. The irregular shape of its blade allows it to reliably sever the victim's blood vessels and nerves.

Bravely Second: End Layer description

Ripper (リッパーナイフ, Rippā Naifu?, lit. Ripper Knife), also known as Ripper Knife, is a recurring dagger in the series.

Appearances[]

Final Fantasy II[]

A knife with a razor-sharp edge.

Description

Ripper is a high-ranked dagger that provides 69 Attack, 75% Accuracy, 2% Evasion, and deals 20 extra damage per hit (however, this is bugged in the NES version and does not work at all). It can be found within the Cyclone or dropped from Gottos.

Bravely Default[]

A curiously shaped knife said to have been favored by a certain maniacal murderer. The irregular shape of its blade allows it to reliably sever the victim's blood vessels and nerves, resulting in a high probability of a critical hit.

Description

Ripper is a dagger that provides 23 P.ATK, 95 Aim, 3 Critical, and deals +50% damage against humanoids. It can be found in Mount Fragmentum (West) or dropped from Death Pirate.

Bravely Second: End Layer[]

Ripper is a dagger that provides 27 P.ATK, 95 Aim, 3 Critical, and deals 50% more damage to beasts. It can be found Everlast Tower.

Pictlogica Final Fantasy[]

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Final Fantasy Record Keeper[]

WeaponCategoryLevelAttackMagicMind
Ripper (II)
(Ripper Knife (II))
Rarity 3
Daggers12000
103400
204400
255100
Additional stats: Accuracy +89

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Etymology[]

Jack the Ripper is the best known name given to an unidentified serial killer generally believed to have been active in the largely impoverished areas in and around the Whitechapel district of London in 1888.