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A Scythe in Final Fantasy XI.

Scythes (, Kama?), also called Sickle, are a recurring weapon type in the Final Fantasy series.


Final Fantasy V[]

Death Sickle is the only scythe to appear, and is classified as an axe.

Final Fantasy XI[]

Scythes are the primary weapon of the Dark Knight job, and can also be used by Beastmasters, Warriors, and Black Mages.

List of scythes:
  • Bronze Zaghnal
  • Brass Zaghnal
  • Keen Zaghnal
  • Legionnaire's Scythe
  • Serpette
  • Plantreaper
  • Bastokan Scythe
  • Republic Scythe
  • Lucent Scythe
  • Scythe
  • Cruel Scythe
  • Platoon Zaghnal
  • Webcutter
  • Frostreaper
  • Mercenary Captain's Scythe
  • Federation Scythe
  • Windhurst Scythe
  • Harvester
  • Mutilator
  • Beluga
  • Mythril Zaghnal
  • Mythril Scythe
  • Raven Scythe
  • Antlion Sickle
  • Jet Sickle
  • Mandibular Sickle
  • Falcastra
  • Barbarian's Scythe

  • Bone Scythe
  • Smiting Scythe
  • Demonslicer
  • Ivory Sickle
  • Vassago's Scythe
  • A l'Outrance
  • Darksteel Scythe
  • Ascension
  • Blackjack
  • Faucheuse
  • Vendetta
  • Goshisho's Scythe
  • Havoc Scythe
  • King Maker
  • Moliones's Sickle
  • Naigama
  • Volunteer's Scythe
  • Fourth Zaghnal
  • Scythe of Trials
  • Senior Gold Musketeer's Scythe
  • Storm Zaghnal
  • Zareekhl Scythe
  • Garuda's Sickle
  • Martial Scythe
  • Mighty Zaghnal
  • Y's Scythe
  • Blizzard Scythe

Final Fantasy XIV[]

The Blackbosom Soul Reaper.

Scythes are primarily used by botanists as their secondary tool. Botanist scythes cannot be used as weapons.

Edda Blackbosom wields a scythe when fought as a boss in the Palace of the Dead. Her scythe can be bought in multiple different forms on the Mog Station, appearing as a marauder's, dark knight's, lancer's, thaumaturge's, or conjurer's arm. The Deepshadow Scythe also appears as a thaumaturge's arm.

As of the fourth expansion, Endwalker, it was revealed that the Reaper job would use a two-handed scythe alongside a Voidsent "avatar."

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance[]

The main antagonist, Queen Remedi wields a scythe when fighting as the Battle Queen. The game data also contains the dummied coding for the weapon Battle Scythe, which was probably intended for use by Remedi, but is classified as a mace.

Final Fantasy Adventure[]

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There was only one sickle in the original version, but the mobile phone remake introduce a second sickle.

List of sickles:

Final Fantasy Type-0[]

FFT-0 Scythe Icon.png

Sice's Scythe.

Sice wields a scythe as her weapon of choice.

List of scythes:

Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade[]

The Crystal Scythe.

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time[]

Three scythes appear as weapons.

List of scythes:

Final Fantasy Explorers[]

Scythes utilize axe abilities. Other than Freelancer, which can equip any weapon, Dark Knight is the only job that can initially equip scythes, but scythes can also be equipped by Beastmaster after job mastery.

List of scythes:

  • Wind Slash
  • Punisher
  • Wailing Scythe
  • Executioner
  • Reaper's Scythe
  • Soul Eater


A scythe is an agricultural hand tool for mowing grass or reaping crops largely replaced by horse-drawn and then tractor machinery, but is still used in some areas of Europe and Asia. A war scythe is a regular scythe adapted for combat use by straightening their tangs to re-attach the blade parallel to the snath, rather than perpendicular to it, so that it looks like a bill. The Grim Reaper and the Greek Titan Cronus are often depicted carrying or wielding a scythe. Often people confuse scythes and sickles. They are not the same. A scythe has a slowly arcing blade and can be full size or in smaller handheld versions such as seen in Japanese Kama. A sickle has a C shaped blade with the end of the blade pointing straight up from the C curve in line with the handle. The most common example of a sickle is on the Russian Flag.