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Six-fluted Pole in Final Fantasy XII.

Six-Fluted Pole (六角棒, Rokkaku Bō?, lit. Hexagon Pole), or Six-fluted Pole, is a recurring weapon in the Final Fantasy series.


Final Fantasy XII[]

Six-fluted Pole is a mid-ranked Pole that provides 59 Attack, 30 Evade, is Water-elemental, has a CT of 25, and a Combo rate of 15%. It can be obtained by buying it for 4,230 gil at Mt Bur-Omisace, from the Bazaar from the Iron-forged Pole set, found as treasure at Giza Plains - The Rains (Gizas North Bank), Zertinan Caverns (Halls of Ardent Darkness), and Trial Mode 42 with the Diamond Armlet equipped, and won from Great Malboro (1%) and Clay Golem (4%).

In the Original version, it provides 57 Attack, 25 Evade, 12% Combo Rate, and 10 Knockback. It can be obtained by buying it for 6,800 gil at Mosphoran Highwaste and Phon Coast or winning it from Seeq Cateran (1%).

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy[]

Six-fluted Pole is a level 1 Pole that provides -231 HP, +51 Bravery, +20 Attack, and Initial Assist Charge +15%. It can be obtained from the Six-fluted Pole|shop by trading in 15,420 gil, Cypress Pole, and Moogle Fur.

Final Fantasy Record Keeper[]

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Fluted poles find their origins in Japanese Bo staves. Bo staves of the more antiquated variety were carved in various facings, and had models up to at least an octagonal shape. Such poles were effective in battle, as through the wedging provided, their angles increased the weapon's hitting power. Some were reinforced with metal plates to prevent blades from cutting down the pole, which also augmented the pole's capabilities and strength.