The Wyrmhero Blade, known as Tolo's Sword (トロの剣, Toro no Tsurugi?) in Japan, is a recurring weapon in the series. The Wyrmhero Blade is a tribute to Square Enix's other main RPG series, Dragon Quest, which has an identical-looking sword called Erdrick's sword (ロトの剣, Roto no Tsurugi?), wielded by Erdrick (aka Loto), the recurring legendary figure.
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The Wyrmhero Blade is a powerful greatsword. Unlike most weapons, the Wyrmhero Blade has no license and is considered a key item rather than a piece of equipment, like the Sword of Kings and the Treaty-Blade, and therefore anyone can equip it.
It has an Attack power of 130, third only to Tournesol and Zodiac Spear, and has a high combo rate of 80%. The user is bestowed with constant Faith and Bravery (although the weapon description does not mention this), and +50 to Evasion, which is the highest of any weapon. It is, by far, the slowest weapon, having the longest charge time.
In the Zodiac versions, it provides 131 Attack, 50 Evade, 99 CT, 80% combo rate, is Holy-elemental, and grants Bravery and Faith. It can be bought from the bazaar for 65,535 gil after selling Omega Badge x1, Godslayer's Badge x1, and Lu Shang's Badge x1. It can be equipped by all jobs. It is also rarely stolen from Famfrit (Stage 50) and Gilgamesh (Stage 94) in the Trial Mode.
Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)[edit | edit source]
The Wyrmhero Blade is one of the strongest swords, boasting an Attack score of +67.
Wyrmhero Blade is a level 100 sword that provides +67 Attack.
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European dragon. They appear mostly in Celtic and German mythology. They are depicted as flying, fire-breathing reptiles, with magical properties. The word wyrm is the original Germanic-based term for a serpent or dragon, draca being adopted from the Latin draco at an early time.Wyrm is an alternative name for mythological
Its Japanese name Toro no Tsurugi is an anagram of Roto no Tsurugi. While Roto is the name of the character from Dragon Quest, toro means "tuna" in Japanese, and "bull" in Italian.