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A sword whose lightning strikes are guided by a god of thunder and paralyze targets.
Final Fantasy Explorers description
The Thunder Blade (サンダーブレード, Sandā Burēdo?), also known as Thunderblade, Thunder Hatchet, Tempestblade, and Bolt Sword, is a recurring weapon in the Final Fantasy series. It is a counterpart to the Flametongue and Icebrand swords that it is Lightning-elemental, but does not appear as often. A similar weapon, the Coral Sword, sometimes appears in games where the Thunderblade does not, fulfilling the same role as a Lightning-elemental sword.
- 1 Appearances
- 1.1 Final Fantasy VI
- 1.2 Final Fantasy X
- 1.3 Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings
- 1.4 Final Fantasy Type-0
- 1.5 Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates
- 1.6 Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light
- 1.7 Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia
- 1.8 Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade
- 1.9 Final Fantasy Record Keeper
- 1.10 Final Fantasy Explorers
- 2 Gallery
- 3 Etymology
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Sword that may cast Thunder upon striking an enemy.
The Thunder Blade is a mid-powered sword for Locke, Terra, Celes, and Edgar. It has an attack power of 108, increases Magic by 2, randomly casts Thunder when the user attacks, and enables the Bushido and Runic commands. It can be bought in the World of Ruin for 7,000 gil, or found in the Magitek Research Facility. Its stats and availability are identical to the Flametongue and Icebrand.
Lightning-forged blade imbued with the heaven's wrath.
Tempestblade is a low-ranked weapon for Vaan, providing in its base form 30 Attack, 15 Magick, and 60 Attack Speed. It is Lightning-elemental and can be bought from Tomaj's Sky Saloon shop (Chapter 3) for 850 gil, obtained as a reward from Mission 46: Bug Hunt or forged using the Artificer's Handbook.
|Thunder Blade (VI)||Swords||1||65||20||0|
|Additional stats: Accuracy +89|
Shared Soul Break: Lightning Slash
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Etymology[edit | edit source]
Thunder is the sound caused by lightning. Depending on the distance and nature of the lightning, thunder can range from a sharp, loud crack to a long, low rumble (brontide).