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FF4HoL Shiranui

A katana that came from the faraway world of Vana'diel. The name "Shiranui" comes from a phantasmal light that suddenly appears over the eastern seas in Vana'diel. The blade of this katana is infused with that very light, and holds the power to trick the enemy's eyes to induce misses.

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius description

Shiranui (シラヌイ? or 不知火, Shiranui?, lit. Unknown Fire) is a recurring katana in the series.


Final Fantasy XEdit

The Shiranui is a weapon for Auron, obtainable when a 4-slot katana has no ability in it.

Final Fantasy XIEdit

The Shiranui is a level 73 katana for Ninja that boasts 37 damage, 227 delay, +3 evasion, with the additional effect of adding Light Damage to attacks at night. It is dropped by the Notorious Monster Mother Globe.

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of LightEdit

The Shiranui appears a throwing weapon, having an attack of 20 and increases evade by 20%. It can be bought for 50,000 gil on the 40F of the Mysterious Lighthouse.

Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

The Shiranui is a level 90 parrying armor that provides +66 Defense, +1 Attack, and BRV Boost on Block +4%. It can be obtained from the shop in the Labyrinth.

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera OmniaEdit

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

Shiranui (X)
(Unknown Fire (X))
Rarity 5
Additional stats: Accuracy +95
Unique Soul Break: Shooting Star (Auron)

Final Fantasy Brave ExviusEdit

Shiranui is a Katana obtained during the Final Fantasy XI event, Shrine of Ru'Avitau. It provides 52 ATK and +5% physical evasion.

Mobius Final FantasyEdit

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Shiranui (不知火?, lit. unknown fire) is a Japanese term given to the optical or supernatural phenomenon similar to will-o'-the-wisp, often referring to fires seen out at the sea.

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