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Short sword with the power of water.

Description, Final Fantasy IV

Triton's Dagger (トリトンダガー, Toriton Dagā?) is a recurring dagger and knife in the series. It is sometimes a powerful Water-elemental knife obtained late in the game, while other times being a relatively weak weapon.


Final Fantasy IV

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Triton's Dagger is a dagger exclusive to the Advance and The Complete Collection remakes, being used only by Palom. It can be acquired by defeating the Flan Master that guards it. It provides 62 Attack, 40 Accuracy, +15 Intelligence, and will cast Flood when used as an item. The weapon is Water-elemental as well.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Triton Daggger returns as the strongest non-unique dagger in the game, providing 62 Attack, 40% Accuracy, +10 Intelligence, and casts Flood when used as an item. It can be found in the Depths after defeating Kraken.

Final Fantasy XI

Triton's Dagger is the high-quality version of the Orichalcum Dagger, equippable at level 70 by Black Mages, Summoners, and Scholars. Triton's Dagger has a damage of 21, a delay of 178, and boosts MP by 25 and Intelligence by 2. Its lower quality version, the Orichalcum Dagger, has a damage of 20, a delay of 183, and boosts MP by 20 and Intelligence by 2. Both may only be obtained via Synthesis.

Final Fantasy Dimensions

Triton's Dagger is a high-level knife. It provides 68 attack power and +5 Intelligence, is water-elemental, and casts Suiton on enemies.

Dissidia Final Fantasy

Triton's Dagger is a level 1 dagger that provides +3 Attack and Initial EX Force +15%. It can be obtained by trading in 450 gil, Knife, Power Shard, and Transmogridust x2 at the shop.

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy

Triton's Dagger returns as a level 1 dagger and provides +20 Attack, +2 Defense, and Initial EX Force +5%. It can be obtained in the shop by trading in 6100 gil, Knife, and Chocobo Chick Powder.




Triton is a mythological Greek god, the messenger of the big sea. He is the son of Poseidon, god of the sea, and Amphitrite, goddess of the sea, whose herald he is.


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