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Tupsimati is a staff that provides 62 damage and 402 delay. When using the same elemental magic as weather, it provides Enmity -20, Accuracy +30, Magic Accuracy +10, Magic Attack Bonus +20, and gives access to the Omniscience Weapon Skill. Its aftermath, increases Magic Accuracy and Magic Attack. It occasionally attacks twice. It deals 9.25 damage per second and accumulates 103 TP per hit. It can be equipped by level 75 Scholar. It can be obtained from the "Mythic Weapons" or the special Nomad Mog Bonanza 2010 (Rank 1) event.
Tupsimati was a cane wielded by Louisoix Leveilleur, who led the Circle of Knowing before the Calamity struck. After his sacrifice the staff shattered and then was recovered, consequently being kept in the Solar of the Scions' headquarters.
The staff was kept safe until Nabriales, an Ascian, steals to use its power in the service of Zodiark, the dark counterpart to Hydaelyn whom the Ascians wish to revive. Nabriales takes the staff, along with Minfilia Warde, to the Chrysalis where he is defeated by the Warrior of Light who reclaims the staff.
The staff is kept safe with Minfilia before and during the incident at Ul'dah, where the Antecedent is lost in the sea of aether and becomes the Voice of Hydaelyn. When Minfilia has the opportunity to speak directly with the Warrior of Light, she passes the staff back to them.
Tupsimati stays with the Warrior until Papalymo Totolymo requests to become its guardian. When Ilberd Feare summons of the primal Shinryu, he is forced to use the staff's power to perform the same sealing spell that Louisoix attempted on Bahamut during the Calamity. He succeeds, but the spell drains him of his aether and life. The staff's fate is unknown after this.
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Tablet of Destinies, a clay tablet inscribed with cuneiform writing, also impressed with cylinder seals, which, as a permanent legal document, conferred upon the god Enlil his supreme authority as ruler of the universe. In other stories, the Tablet is possessed by Enki or Marduk.In Mesopotamian mythology, the Tupsimati was the