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FFXIII Simurgh

Simurgh in Final Fantasy XIII.

Designed for heavy impact, this model is often used to hunt big game.
Final Fantasy XIII description

Simurgh (シームルグ, Shīmurugu?) is a recurring boomerang-type weapon in the Final Fantasy series.

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Final Fantasy XIIIEdit

Simurgh is a first tier weapon for Hope. It maxes out on level 21. It is a rank 4 weapon with 28–168 Strength and no Magic. It gives the Stifled Magic passive ability, and is in the Ultimate Physic synthesis group, which, when activated, makes Hope immune to physical damage. It takes 38,040 EXP to max out and can be bought from Gilgamesh, inc. for 21,200 gil, or found in Taejin's Tower. At max level it dismantles into Tungsten Tube (x7), and a Tesla Turbine. It transforms into a Tezcatlipoca with an Uraninite.

Level Strength Magic Current Exp. Exp. to Next lv Exp. to ★
1 28 0 0 800 38,040
2 35 0 800 916 37,240
3 42 0 1,716 1,032 36,324
4 49 0 2,748 1,148 35,292
5 56 0 3,896 1,264 34,144
6 63 0 5,160 1,380 32,880
7 70 0 6,540 1,496 31,500
8 77 0 8,036 1,612 30,004
9 84 0 9,648 1,728 28,392
10 91 0 11,376 1,844 26,664
11 98 0 13,220 1,960 24,820
12 105 0 15,180 2,076 22,860
13 112 0 17,256 2,192 20,784
14 119 0 19,448 2,308 18,592
15 126 0 21,756 2,424 16,284
16 133 0 24,180 2,540 13,860
17 140 0 26,720 2,656 11,320
18 147 0 29,376 2,772 8,664
19 154 0 32,148 2,888 5,892
20 161 0 35,036 3,004 3,004
168 0 38,040 Uraninite 0

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EtymologyEdit

Simurgh (lit. "thirty birds") is the modern Persian name for a gigantic benevolent mythical flying creature. In the Sassanid Empire era, it is depicted as a peacock with a head of a dog (sometimes with a face of a human) and the claws of a lion. The figure can be found in all periods of Greater Persian art and literature and was used as the royal symbol of the Sassanid Empire. In modern depictions, however, such as that of the Iranian 500 rials coin or the flag of Tat people, it is entirely birdlike.

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