A book detailing the life and affairs of a notorious woman.
Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift description
Appearances[edit | edit source]
The Veil of Wiyu is the Relic Weapon for Summoners. The Unfinished Veil of Wiyu is acquired and upgraded to the Veil of Wiyu in the quest A Relic Reborn (The Veil of Wiyu). It can then be upgrade to The Veil of Wiyu Zenith.
|The Veil of Wiyu||Arcanist's Grimoire
SMN Lv. 50
Item Level 80
|Magic Damage: 66||Auto-attack: 45.76||Delay: 3.12|
|One of the fabled relic weapons.|
Spell Speed +33
The momentous events described in this book, if true, hold the potential to rewrite the pages of history. It documents the life of a woman now all but forgotten.
Veil of Wiyu is not an equippable weapon, but an artefact.
Veil of Wiyu is a high-ranked book that provides 35 Attack, 10 Magic, and 10 Resistance. It teaches the abilities Shadow Shade Tome for 300 AP to the Scholar and Raise for 200 AP to the Seer. It can be obtained from the Bazaar from the "Moldy Tomes C" category.
|Veil of Wiyu (XIV)|
|Additional stats: Accuracy +95|
Bonus effects when equipped: Adds minor resistance to Silence.
Burst Soul Break: Aerial Blast (Alphinaud), MAG +10 when mastered
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Etymology[edit | edit source]
The book derives itself from the in game story of Final Fantasy Tactics, Oeilvert. It is a fictional in-world long lost Ivalician historic semi-fictional biographical political spy thriller translated by mathematics professor Kayi Montesto, which details a revolution inspiring account of Ernesta "Simone" Bulow, a consummate spy of a past reign of Ivalice. Like how its tale is associated with Dark Elemental abilities, it is a story marked with intrigue, deception, assassination, desperation, and secrets long kept hidden that hold the key for social uprising.
The wiyus are spirits to the Nyishi people, who form the major part of the local tribal population in Nirjuli, celebrate Nyokum annually. They serve the local drink, Apung made by fermentation of rice. The Nyishi people offer the drink, every time they drink it, to the spirits (wiyus) by letting few drops of it fall on the ground
The Japanese name of Veil of Wiyu is Oeilvert. [/œjvɛʁ/].Its name is derived from the French words œil, meaning eye, and ouvert, meaning "open". It is pronounced
veil is an article of clothing or cloth hanging that is intended to cover some part of the head or face, or an object of some significance. It is especially associated with women and sacred objects.A