I couldn't miss the chance to practice my drawing!
Prayers are inscribed along the length of this holy blade to ease the passing of its victims.Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift description
Save the Queen (セーブザクイーン, Sēbu za Kuīn?) is a weapon of differing types, most often a powerful sword, first appearing in Final Fantasy Tactics. It is often a powerful weapon for female characters or Paladins, although other classes can also use it. The weapon is many times (but not always) given defensive-oriented properties.
Treasured sword of a renowned general.Description
Save the Queen is Celes's ultimate weapon in the Advance and 2014 versions, gained by defeating the Blue Dragon in the Dragons' Den, or by betting the Apocalypse in the Dragon's Neck Coliseum. It has an attack power of 240, +7 Magic, +4 Speed, +3 Stamina and +40% Evasion and Magic Evasion. It enables the Bushido and Runic commands.
Save the Queen is the most powerful whip in the world. It is made with Malboro's Tentacle which are the most ideal material for making whips.Weapons Monthly Magazine description
The Save the Queen is Quistis's most powerful whip modeled from Malboro Tentacle x2, Sharp Spike x4, and Energy Crystal x4. It is the only ultimate weapon whose materials can be obtained without leaving Balamb Garden via Triple Triad and Card Mod.
The whip is mentioned in the August Issue of Weapons Monthly magazine. Some European releases renamed the whip the Gold Snake.
The Save the Queen is a weapon exclusive to Beatrix. It has an attack power of 23, and gives 2 Strength, 1 Speed, 2 Magic, and 5 Spirit. Though the sword's attack power is low, it has a special damage algorithm that adds the user's level to its Attack power, making it the strongest weapon if the user is around or above level 85.
Save the Queen has a Tetra Master card.
The Save the Queen is a high level sword available to Paladins. When a Paladin uses Cover, its duration increases by 1 hit and the Paladin gains +20 Accuracy. For perspective, this is one of the highest active or latent Accuracy boosts.
Save the Queen is a greatsword first available as a 3% chance drop from the Rare Game Velelu in the Nabreus Deadlands. It can also be acquired by completing Goliath Hunt, as well as from Balfonheim Port weapon shop for 15,500 gil. It can be equipped by characters with the "Greatsword 2" license. The Save the Queen is the most powerful greatsword that can be purchased, with an attack power of 100. All greatswords have 2.47s charge, and 1.2s action time, making them average when it comes to attacking speed.
In the Zodiac versions, it now provides 92 Attack, 20 Evade, 35 CT, 8% combo rate, and requires the Greatswords 2 license for 70 LP. It can be bought at Balfonheim Port for 16,000 gil, found as a treasure in the Ridorana Cataract (Colosseum), from the bazaar for 9,200 gil after selling Quality Stone x4, Sky Jewel x7, and Holy Crystal x10, or as a reward for the Goliath hunt. It can be equipped by White Mage, Red Battlemage and Knight.
Knight's sword emblematic of proud loyalty.Description
The Save the Queen is one of Basch's knightswords. It is the second best of Basch's swords, boasting stats of 90 Attack, 45 Magick Attack and 60 Attack Speed. It can be found as treasure in Mission 8-6, "The Wayward Soul". It can also be bought from Tomaj's Sky Saloon shop for 13,000 gil after Chapter 9 or crafted through the Forbidden Grimoire Recipe Book for Durable Metal x3. It uses a generic knightsword sprite during battle.
This upgraded emblem maintains the properties of the original, while boosting overall power and ATB capacity.Description
The Save the Queen is a final tier weapon for Snow upgraded from a maximized second tier weapon with a Trapezohedron. Its stats depend on the base weapon from which it was created. Each hit delivered by Snow while wearing the weapon will prompt white feathers scattering around as a unique visual effect. All Save the Queens add an additional ATB gauge segment.
Save the Queen is a sword the Allagan Empire crafted from auracite. Brought to the Source by Ultima, the High Seraph, auracite contains vast power that resonates with a mortal's desires, giving them concrete form. In their quest to artificially improve upon this natural phenomenon, the Allagans created a blade that forges the wielder's deepest desires into a trigger for calling forth an eikon. Their goal was to bend said eikon to their will, a feat only accomplished by possessing the power of the Echo. It is unknown how Save the Queen came to ancient Bozja; they lacked the military might to seize or steal it, and were unlikely to have been favored enough to receive it as a gift. Historians believe an Allagan defector may have given it to Bozja. It became known as the holy blade of Bozja, and only the legendary Queen Gunnhildr could wield it.
Bozjan legend helf that Gunnhildr stabbed herself with it to save her people from the Fourth Umbral Calamity, deifying herself in the process. In truth, the queen feared losing her humanity to the sword and refused to use it, so Gunnhildr's Blades plotted to protect their position by overthrowing the queen and instating a puppet ruler: a minor shrinemaiden of the Votyasch tribe, who used Save the Queen to become a primal. When they realized that the new Queen Gunnhildr had the Echo, leaving her lucid and beyond the Blades' control, they killed her.
After Bozja rebels against the Garlean Empire, the IVth Imperial Legion recovers the blade and gives it to their spy in the Bozjan Resistance, Misija Votyasch, a descendant of the shrinemaiden-made-queen. After the Resistance takes Castrum Lacus Litore, Misija forces the Warrior of Light to peer into the blade's memories, allowing her to alter them and summon Queen Gunnhildr, who tempers the new generation of Gunnhildr's Blades.
Misija takes her new servants into the ruins of Delubrum Reginae, where she uses the blade's power to fuse them into powerful soldiers. At the ruin's heart, she draws upon Save the Queen's full power to become an avatar of Queen Gunnhildr herself, but Mikoto and the Warrior of Light defeat her. The Bozjan Resistance retrieves the apparently-dormant sword, and allows the blacksmith Gerolt to study it in hopes of creating new weapons.
During the events at Zadnor, Save the Queen appears to Misija in her cell, who takes it and teleports away. Following the siege of the Dalriada, the Allagan superweapon Diablo Armament threatens to level Zadnor, but is stopped by an intervening Misija, who channels Gunnhildr's power once more to destroy the weapon. Her sacrificial act mortally wounds Misija and drains any remaining power from the blade.
A knight's sword given as a symbol of an oath of fealty.Description
Save the Queen is a knightsword with Auto-Protect, and is equipped to Meliadoul Tengille when she joins Ramza's party. It can be found in Midlight's Deep (second floor) with the Treasure Hunter ability and via Melee and Rendezvous. When Delita battles, or becomes the party's guest, he wields Save the Queen. Save the Queen can be duplicated with the weapon duplication bug in the original version.
Sacred sword. Prayers are inscribed upon the blade.Description
Save the Queen is a powerful knightsword that teaches Cover to Paladins, Astra to Templars, and Expert Guard to Defenders. It is also the sword used by Llednar Twem. It is a Holy elemental knightsword and enhances the power of Holy-elemental attacks, and provides +45 Attack, +3 Defense, +3 Resistance, and +5 Evade. Save the Queen is a random reward for completing a mission, or stolen from Llednar in the first battle against him.
The Save the Queen provides 45 Attack, 3 Defense, 3 Resistance, and 4 Evasion. It is Frimelda's initial weapon. It teaches Cover to Paladins, which protect the target from attacks until the users next turn. For Defenders, it teaches Aura, granting Regen and Reraise. For Templar, it teaches Astra which negates the next debuff on target. The first time Illua is fought, she wields Save the Queen.
The Save the Queen is one of Queen's strongest swords. It provides 63 Attack Power and doubles the experience she obtains from battles. It can be bought from the SPP Post after landing 300 Killsight strikes with Queen. It costs 5000 SPP, and sells for 2500 gil.
In the PSP version, it can be bought at the SPP shop for 20,000 SPP after the player unlocks it through the Square Enix official website with four daily distributed coupons, or bought directly with ten coupons. It sells for 10,000 gil.
The Save the Queen is an artifact that raises Defense by 4. It can be dropped from Giant Crab in cycle 3 or later.
This bow has saved the queen countless times. It drives away monsters of darkness.Description
The Save the Queen is the fourth strongest bow used by all races. It provides 117 attack at level 1 and 152 attack at level 30, +25 Stun, +5 Spacetime, has one empty slot, and comes with the ability Fast Charge. It can be created for 1,620 gil by using an Adamantite and Yellow Feather x5. When turned into a jewel, a level 3-9 Save the Queen makes a Charjade, level 10-19 makes a Holy Stone 4, and level 20-30 makes a Morion.
Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)
The Save the Queen is a level 85 sword that increases Attack by 58 and increases base Bravery by 40% at the start of a battle. It can be traded at the shop for 27,220 gil, Enhancer, Blessed Gem x4, and a Magnet Shard.
Save the Queen is a level 60 sword that provides +58 Attack and +30% Initial Bravery. It can be obtained by trading 135,000 gil, Rune Blade, Darksteel Ingot, and Knight's Dream x5.
Weapons named "Save the Queen" make their appearance, each based on their source material:
- Save the Queen (T) is a Sword that serves as Agrias Oaks' Unique 5 Star EX weapon. Equipping it or fully Limit Breaking and enhancing the weapon grants Agrias the passive ability Knight of the Lionsguard, which unlocks her EX ability Hallowed Bolt. It can be evolved to Save the Queen+ (T), granting Agrias Knight of the Lionsguard Extension and upgrading Hallowed Bolt.
- Save the Queen (IX) is a Greatsword that serves as Beatrix's Unique 5 Star EX weapon. Equipping it or fully Limit Breaking and enhancing the weapon grants Beatrix the passive ability Resolute Oath, which unlocks her EX ability Climhazzard. It can be evolved to Save the Queen+ (IX), granting Beatrix Resolute Oath Extension and upgrading Climhazzard.
- Save the Queen (VIII) is a whip for Quistis that grants her the LD Ability Ray Whip. Quistis is seen holding the whip in the 2D profile of her instructor's costume.
This sword is ideal for protecting ladies. Now all you have to do is find one...Sword version description
The perfect garb to protect the woman you love. Are those wedding bells I hear?Emblem version description
The Final Fantasy IX version of Save the Queen grants +6 to Attack. It can be equipped by Knight, Mystic Knight, Cecil, Bartz, Cloud, Squall, Seifer, Steiner, and Vaan. The Final Fantasy XIII version of Save the Queen grants +10 to Attack and can only be equipped by Snow.
|Save the Queen (IX)||Swords||1||84||0||45|
|Additional stats: Accuracy +95|
Unique Soul Break: Seiken Stock Break (Beatrix)
A powerful whip from a faraway world which boasts fearsome offensive capabilities. The secret behind its power might be that it is made from strong malboro tentacles. In its world of origin, it is said to have been used by an instructor at the mercenary training school Balamb Garden. So popular was this instructor that she even had her own dedicated fan club.FFVIII description
A knight's blade from the faraway world of Gaia. The blade is very fine and beautiful, and was the choice weapon used by a female general who swore her loyalty to the queen of Alexandria. It is said that she faced the crisis that struck Alexandria with this sword in hand.FFIX description
A sword given as proof of having taken an oath of loyalty. The spirit of integrity and tenacity that lives within this blade creates an invisible barrier that protects its wielder. It is one of the most prestigious honors a knight may ever receive, and extremely rare even among those sworn to serve the royal family. A knight's ability with the sword alone would not suffice to earn him this weapon, as he must first prove his high level of education and unshakable loyalty. Only those knights who meet all of the requirements may wield this blade.FFT description
Save the Queen (FFVIII) is a Whip obtained as the Super Trust Master from Quistis. It provides 90 ATK, 165 MAG, increases equipment MAG by 50% when dual wielding, and increases rare item drop rate by 50%.
Save the Queen (FFIX) is a Great Sword that is obtained as Beatrix's Trust Master. It provides 135 ATK, 30% Fire-elemental resistance, and increases the Limit Burst gauge fill rate by 25%.
Save the Queen (FFT) is a Great Sword that is obtained as Agrias's Trust Master. It provides 112 ATK and Auto-Protect.
Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances
Kingdom Hearts series
Save the Queen is Donald's ultimate weapon in Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts II and Kingdom Hearts III. It is a staff rather than the traditional sword. In Kingdom Hearts, it is the reward for winning the Hades Cup tournament at the Olympus Coliseum, and in Kingdom Hearts II and Kingdom Hearts III it is a synthesizable weapon. A stronger version of the weapon can also be synthesized, called "Save the Queen+".
Goofy has a weapon called Save the King, which is the most powerful shield, and, like Save the Queen, it also has an upgraded version called Save the King+. While an obvious reference to Final Fantasy, there has never been an equipment piece in Final Fantasy called Save the King, shield or otherwise. The paired name was likely given to reference Donald and Goofy's duty to protect Queen Minnie and King Mickey while playing off of the series reference.
Save the Queen is a gun that can be equipped by Ryuma.
Save the Queen is a Sword-type weapon that drops from the Behemoth enemy. It has a Proficiency Point cost of 38 and deals 15,200 Fixed Physical Melee damage to a single target.
Beatrix from Final Fantasy IX is bundled with Freya for the Bring Arts series of figurines. The 6″ scale figures include a number of interchangeable parts and accessories. Beatrix comes with the Save the Queen sword.
"Save the Queen" is likely derived from God Save the Queen, the anthem used in a number of Commonwealth realms, their territories, and the British Crown Dependencies.