I couldn't miss the chance to practice my drawing!
Nothing says "carnivore" like a pair of these bestial knuckles.
Tiger Fangs (タイガーファング, Taigā Fangu?), also known as Tigerfang or Tiger Claws, are a recurring weapon in the series. They vary on power in each game they appear in, but are usually mid-level to high-level weapons. They usually boast no special effects, but are usually quite powerful in terms of Attack power. They sometimes boost other stats as well when equipped.
Claw that sometimes paralyzes the enemy.
The Tiger Fang is a claw for Yang that only appears in the Advance and The Complete Collection versions. They have an Attack power of 0, but an Accuracy of 40 and can sometimes inflict Paralyze upon hitting.
They also boost Stamina and Agility by +10 and are found inside the Lunar Ruins or dropped by King Behemoths. The weapon is bugged in the North American and original Japanese releases of the Advance version, for it does not ever inflict Paralyze on hit. The bug was fixed in the second Japanese release and the European port.
The Tiger Fangs are the strongest claws, providing 0 Attack, 50% Accuracy, and +10 Strength and Spirit, as well as dealing extra damage to Dragon-type enemies. They can only be dropped from King Behemoth in the Depths.
Long, incredibly sharp fighting claws.
Tigerfang is a weapon exclusive to Sabin, and is his second strongest weapon, with Godhand being the strongest in the Advance remake. It has an attack power of 215, and also grants +3 Strength and Magic, and +2 Speed. It can be found in the Cave on the Veldt, and can be stolen from Great Behemoths.
The Tiger Fang is a weapon exclusive to Tifa, and is a low to mid-level weapon. It has four Materia slots in two linked spaces. It can be bought in Cosmo Canyon for 2,500 gil and has 2% chance of Critical Hit. Its Attack power is 38, with 110 Hit rate and Magic power of 8.
Long, sharp claws.
Tigerfangs is a high level hand-to-hand weapon crafted with black tiger fangs.
Knuckles made to resemble the claws of a beast.
Tiger Fangs are a high-level weapon that teaches Earth Render to White Monks. It has an Attack power of 41, Evasion of 2, and is Lightning-elemental. It can be acquired either by reaching level 25 on Collection or as a random reward for completing a mission.
Tiger Fangs is a high-level weapon that teaches Earth Render to White Monks and Smash to Berserkers. It is Lightning-elemental, has an Attack of 41, and gives +4 Evasion. It can be bought for 2,000 gil in the shop after creating it in the Bazaar after using an Adamantite, Tanned Beast Hide, and Goldcap.
The Tigerfangs are a level 57 claw that increase Attack by 40, Bravery by 56, and Chase Sequence Brave damage by 30%. It can be obtained at the shop by trading 18,360 gil, Sonic Knuckles, a Destrier Barding, and Wormskin x2.
Tigerfangs are a level 30 grappling weapon and provides -659 HP, +83 Bravery, +40 Attack, and +5% Chase Bravery Damage. It can be obtained by trading 58,220 gil, Sonic Knuckles, and Lizardman Skin.
These imposing things would drive even the most alpha tiger insane with jealousy.
Tiger Fangs grants +3 to Attack. It can be equipped by Monk, Tifa, Red XIII, Snow, and Chocobo.
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Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances Edit
As sharp as a tiger's fangs.
The Tiger Fang appears as a 2-handed knuckle within the Forsaken Dungeon. It provides 65 Weapon Atk, 4 Durability, -2 Speed, -2 Consumption Rate, and +2 EXP Gain Rate.
Bagh nakha, a claw-like weapon from India designed to fit over the knuckles or be concealed under and against the palm.Tiger Fangs is another name for the
tiger (Panthera tigris) is the largest cat species, reaching a total body length of up to 3.38 m (11.1 ft) over curves and exceptionally weighing up to 388.7 kg (857 lb) in the wild. Its most recognisable feature is a pattern of dark vertical stripes on reddish-orange fur with a lighter underside.The
dragon and the tiger are considered eternal rivals. Various artworks depict the two fighting an epic battle, the dragon representative of things of Yang polarity and spirit, with the tiger representative of things of Yin polarity and matter. Ultimately, they represent the inevitable reconciliation of opposing but equal forces. The dragon is a creature of the skies, whereas the tiger is considered the king of all terrestrial beasts, and their bouts always end in a draw.In East Asian cultures, the
In the context of Eastern and Asian martial arts, the dragon represents the aspects of soft style and internal martial arts, focusing on accuracy, mental alertness, and fluid reactivity. The tiger represents the aspects of hard style and external martial arts, focusing on explosive speed, raw strength, and countering an opposing force with one's own. In martial arts fiction and fantasy, internal based martial arts are often seen with abilities centered on chi energy and spiritual powers, while external martial arts are depicted with unparalleled physical proportions, with the most reputable martial arts being able to harmonize and utilize both aspects as one force.