Tonbo-Giri in Final Fantasy XI.

A pike wielded by a warrior of a foreign land. Its tip can spear a dragonfly in flight.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time description

Tonbogiri (蜻蛉切, Tonbokiri?), also known as Tonbo-Giri, is a recurring weapon in the series.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy XI[edit | edit source]

Tonbo-Giri is a polearm that provides 72 damage, 396 Delay, AGI +3, Enmity +3, and critical hit rate +3% against vermin. It deals 10.91 damage per second and accumulates 102 TP per hit. It can be equipped by level 68 Samurai and Dragoon. It is dropped from Faust.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time[edit | edit source]

Tonbogiri is a mid-ranked spear that provides 104 Attack, +25 to Stun, has 1 slot for jewels, and can be used by all races and genders.

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Final Fantasy Explorers[edit | edit source]

A spear capable of cutting through anything. Its frightening edge can cause instant death.

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Final Fantasy Brave Exvius[edit | edit source]

A spear that came from the faraway world of Vana'diel. It is said that the spear split a dragonfly monster, that stopped on the tip of the spear to rest, simply with the monster's weight. It seems as if this weapon can be obtained as a rare drop against a monster called "Faust" that appears in the Shrine of Ru'Avitau in Vana'diel.

Description

Tonbo-Giri is a Spear obtained during the Final Fantasy XI event, "Shrine of Ru'Avitau". It provides 54 ATK and +50% physical damage against Insects.

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Etymology[edit | edit source]

The Tonbogiri is one of three legendary Japanese spears created by the famed swordsmith Masazane Fujiwara, said to be wielded by the daimyō Honda Tadakatsu. The spear derives its name from the myth that a dragonfly landed on its blade and was instantly cut in two.

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