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FF7 Shinra alpha

Shinra Alpha in Final Fantasy VII.

Shinra Alpha (神羅甲型防具改, Shinra Kou-gata Bōgu Kai?, lit. Improved Shinra Armored Defense Tool) is a recurring piece of equipment in the Final Fantasy series.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy VIIEdit

Shinra Alpha is a high-ranked armor, providing 77 Defense, 34 Magic Defense, and 3 linked materia slots with Normal growth. It can be obtained by stealing it from SOLDIER:1st, Captain, or Underwater MP.

Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-Edit

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Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-Edit

Shinra Alpha is an accessory that provides +40 Vitality, and when 5 are used in Materia Fusion, it will grant VIT +1 to the materia. It dropped from Cutter Machine.

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera OmniaEdit

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Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

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Final Fantasy Brave ExviusEdit

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EtymologyEdit

Shinra comes from the first two characters of Shinra Banshou (神羅万象, Everything Covered by God?), a Japanese four-character idiom and homophone variant of Shinra Banshou (森羅万象, All-Covering Forests and Ten Thousand Things?), a Buddhist idiom which has come to mean "All of Nature" or "All of Creation".

Alpha is the first letter of the Greek alphabet. It was derived from the Phoenician letter "aleph," and it is the source of the Latin and Cyrillic letter "A." In English, alpha is a noun that means "beginning" or "first (in a series)."

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