A staff imbued with magic that allows its owner to cast fire. There are many beasts who instinctually fear flames, regardless of their elemental affinity. Thus, it is essential for a mage to be able to cast fire in battle. However, the results this weapon yields fluctuate greatly depending on its user, making the wizard's staff only as reliable as rudimentary magic.
This weapon's Japanese name is pronounced the same as the High Mage's Staff. 魔道士 (madōshi?) is the normal Japanese name given to mages in Final Fantasy, however that is derived from an actual Japanese word meaning magic user, 魔導師 (madōshi?), using different kanji that are still read the same.
Given that this uses the same word for Mages, a more appropriate localization for this weapon would be "Mage('s) Staff".
A staff that casts Confuse when used.
A staff seething with poison.
Being Vivi's starting weapon, it appears as his weapon in some merchandise.
Vivi wields the Mage's Staff in his character model.
This staff was created under a single guiding principle--by wizards, for wizards.
High Mage Staff (FFIX) grants +2 to Attack. It can be equipped by White Mage, Devout, Sage, Rydia, Krile, Eiko, and Yuna.
In this case, "High Mage Staff" is a mistranslation; if it were actually translated to match Final Fantasy IX, the staff's name would be "Mage Staff".
The Mage Staff (IX) is a rarity 3 staff with Final Fantasy IX realm synergy.
The Mage's Staff (X) is a rarity 5 staff with Final Fantasy X realm synergy.
Wizard's Staff is a Staff obtained by buying it for 800 gil at Felicitas Town, Industrial City Dilmagia, Town of Kolts, Aquapolis Olderion, and Raven's Hideaway, and by crafting it using 160 gil, x3 Fire Crysts, x1 Farplane Souls, x1 Silver Ores, and x5 Lumbers. It provides 13 ATK, 6 MAG, 32 SPR, and access to the spell Fire.
Magician. Wizards in fantasy literature and RPGs often draw from the fiction of J. R. R. Tolkien, whose Wizards of Middle-earth are a group of beings outwardly resembling Men but possessing much greater physical and mental power. Each Wizard has robes of a characteristic color, Gandalf the Grey being a quintessential example.Wizard is another name for a