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Tynar Rouge Brigade

Tynar Rouge in Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade.

Magickal lip rouge from the popular Feyforge brand. It is a limited-edition product, making it difficult for even the richest noblewomen to obtain.
Final Fantasy Tactics description

Tynar Rouge (ティンカーリップ, Tinkā Rippu?, lit. Tinker Lipstick) is a recurring accessory in the series.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy TacticsEdit

In the War of the Lions, Tynar Rouge is an accessory that provides +3 Physical Attack, +3 Magick Attack, Auto-Protect, Auto-Shell, Auto-Haste, and increases the damage of the user's Holy-elemental attacks. It can be obtained through the Agrias's Birthday event, and can only be equipped by females or Onion Knights.

Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

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Final Fantasy ExplorersEdit

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Final Fantasy Brave ExviusEdit

Rouge sold by a popular make-up company. Sold by the popular cosmetics company, "Fairy of Light," the rouge is a limited release that sold out the moment it hit the market. It is so rare now that not even the highest of nobles are able to obtain one. A word of warning - when a man sends a rouge to a lady, he is saying that "he wants the lady to wear the rouge to kiss him." It is very critical that men think carefully before giving gifts to the opposite gender.
—Description

Tynar Rouge is an accessory that requires a Black Key to open the chest during the exploration of Roaring Volcano. It provides 5 ATK, 5 DEF, Auto-Protect, and Auto-Shell. It can only be equipped by females.

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EtymologyEdit

Rouge is French for "red".

Its Japanese name Tinker Lipstick references the fictional fairy Tinker Bell. The Feyforge brand mentioned in its description is simply Light Fairy (光の妖精, Hikari no Yōsei?) in Japanese. Tinker Bell (often misspelled as Tinkerbell, also referred to as Tink for short), is a fictional character from J. M. Barrie's 1904 play Peter Pan and its 1911 novelization Peter and Wendy..

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