Seraphic Wing in Final Fantasy XIII-2.

This angelic weapon restores the wielder's HP as it damages an enemy.

Final Fantasy XIII-2 description

Seraphic Wing (セラフィックウィング, Serafikku Uingu?) is a recurring weapon in the series.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy XIII-2[edit | edit source]

Seraphic Wing is a DLC bowsword for Serah Farron that provides 25 Strength, 35 Magic, the ability Vampiric Strike 3%, and the synthesis ability Improved Raise. It can be bought for 400 gil (Episode 2+) or as a pre-order bonus.

Seraphic Wing: Σ is a DLC bowsword for Serah that provides 37 Strength, 37 Magic, the ability Vampiric Strike 3%, and synthesis ability Improved Raise. It can be bought for 640 gil, Seraphic Wing, and Pot Piece (Episode 3+).

Seraphic Wing: Ω is a DLC bowsword for Serah that provides 55 Strength, 55 Magic, the ability Vampiric Strike 3%, and synthesis ability Improved Raise. It can be bought for 1200 gil, Seraphic Wing: Σ, Transparent Ooze (Episode 4+).

Seraphic Wing: ∞ is a DLC bowsword for Serah that provides 85 Strength, 85 Magic, the ability Vampiric Strike 3%, and the synthesis ability Improved Raise. It can be bought for 3800 gil, Seraphic Wing: Ω, Fractal Pot (Episode 5+).

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Etymology[edit | edit source]

A seraph, the singular of seraphim, is one of a class of celestial beings mentioned once in the Hebrew Bible (Tanakh or Old Testament), in Isaiah. Later Jewish imagery perceived them as having human form, and in that way they passed into the ranks of Christian angels. In the Christian Hierarchy of angels, seraphim represent the highest rank of angels. They are traditionally depicted with three pairs of wings.

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