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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Staff article)

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Rosa wielding the Staff in Final Fantasy IV DS.
Staff in Final Fantasy V.
For the wiki's staff, see: Project:Staff

Staves (つえ Tsue) are a recurring set of weapons from the Final Fantasy series. They are usually wielded by those who practice White Magic, while practitioners of Black Magic tend to wield Rods instead, though this relationship has been reversed in recent games like Final Fantasy IX and Final Fantasy XI. Recurring staffs are Rune Staff, Power Staff (which is more suited for improving Attack power), Healing Staff, and the Sage Staff, which is usually the ultimate of this weapon type.

Prominent staff users are Tellah, Porom, and Fusoya of Final Fantasy IV, Aeris of Final Fantasy VII, and Vivi of Final Fantasy IX.

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Appearances

Final Fantasy

Staves can be equipped by the White Mage and Black Mage classes. The Monk class can also equip some staves.

List of Staves:

Final Fantasy II

Staves, also known as Canes, can be equipped by everyone in the party, though Minwu is the only character that comes with one equipped by default.

List of Staves:

Final Fantasy III

Staves can be equipped by Magic-based jobs, excluding the Black Mage Job.

List of Staves:

Final Fantasy IV

A Staff in Final Fantasy IV

Staves can be equipped by Tellah, Porom, Child Rydia, Rosa, Paladin Cecil, and Fusoya, though the DS remake removed Cecil's ability to wield them.

List of Staves:

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

List of Staves:

Final Fantasy V

Staves can be equipped by Magic-based Jobs, excluding the Black Mage and the Necromancer.

List of Staves:

There is also a left out Staff called the Mythril Staff.

Final Fantasy VII

Staves can be equipped by Aerith Gainsborough.

List of Staves:

  • Guard Stick
  • Mythril Rod
  • Full Metal Staff
  • Striking Staff
  • Fairy Tale
  • Umbrella
  • Princess Guard

Final Fantasy VIII

Raijin uses a battle staff in the battles he fights alongside Fujin.

Final Fantasy IX

Vivi can equip staves in Final Fantasy IX. It should be noticed that he is the first Black Mage that wields staves on the series.

List of Staves:

Final Fantasy XI

The White Mage, Black Mage, Summoner, Scholar, Monk, Dragoon, and Paladin Jobs are proficient on the use of Staves.

The Staff skill encompasses not only standard mages' staves, but also poles and quarterstaff melee weapons. However, quarterstaves are restricted to White Mages, Paladins, Dragoons, and Monks, as they are designed for heavy melee damage.

Final Fantasy XII

In Final Fantasy XII every party member can equip Staves, as long as they have acquired the right license. Staves boost Magick power and elemental damage, but have less Attack power than Rods.

List of Staves:

  • Cloud Staff
  • Staff of the Magi

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

Staves are only equipped by Penelo. Their Attack power is usually half that of their Magick attack.

List of Staves:

  • Staff of Protection
  • Silver Staff
  • Pyroscepter
  • Pole of Blessings

Final Fantasy XIII

Staffs/Rods are used by Oerba Dia Vanille. Her unique rod is called a Bind Rod. The Bind Rod has a pair of antlers that release hookes connected to lines. This allows her to physically attack from a distance.

List of staves:

  • Bind Rod
  • Hunter Rod
  • Tiger Claw Flail
  • Dragon Fang Flail
  • Cure Staff
  • Medic Staff
  • Pearl Wing
  • Rainbow Wing
  • Rod of Thorns
  • Rod of Orochi
  • Misteltein
  • Erinyes Cane
  • Belladonna Wand
  • Morbol Wand
  • Heaven's Axis
  • Abraxas
  • Nirvana

Final Fantasy Tactics

Staves can be equipped by the White Mage, Mystic, Time Mage, and Summoner classes.

List of Staves:

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

The White Mage, Bishop, and Summoner jobs can equip Staves.

  • Bless Staff
  • Spring Staff
  • Snake Staff
  • Garnet Staff
  • Cheer Staff

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Staves can be equipped by the White Mage, Bishop, and Summoner jobs, and most maintain the abilities taught in Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, though most names were changed.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates

Yukes use staves as weapons.


This article uses material from the "Staff" article on the Final Fantasy wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

Cane

Weapon details
Linked attribute(s): Domination Magic,
Illusion Magic
Damage type(s): Chaos damage
Salvage
Common: Iron Ingots, Piles of Glittering Dust
Rare: Steel Ingots

Description

A Cane is a wand, dealing chaos damage. Domination Magic Canes are metal with an orb on the end, while Illusion Magic Canes have L-shaped metal heads with black shafts.

Location

Canes may be found anywhere in the game mostly from mesmers.

Dye

Dye affects the whole wand. Both wands' default dye is yellow.


This article uses material from the "Cane" article on the Guild Wars wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

GTA

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

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Not to be confused with Kane, a member of the Ballas.
A cane spawn in Las Venturas

The Cane is one of the many melee weapons in GTA San Andreas, despite filling the Other slot occupied by gifts and the like (e.g. Flowers). Also, although specifically listed as a gift by the game's system files, the cane cannot be given to anyone, and cannot be used as anything more than an accessory or a weapon. The cane also appears in Grand Theft Auto III, in cutscenes only when Asuka Kasen is seen torturing Miguel during a couple of the final missions of the game. A similar weapon called the Gaff Hook appeared in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories as well.

Contents

Locations

Los Santos

A cane spawns in 3 locations in Los Santos:

San Fierro

A cane spawns in 8 locations in San Fierro:

  • In the Hashbury district, at the top of the staircase behind the Hippy Shopper located northwest of the Hashbury Safehouse
  • In the Ocean Flats district (4)
    • In front of the condominium facing east, just south of the cathedral
    • At the top of the staircase to the townhouse on the southwest corner of the intersection directly north of the main building of Avispa Country Club
    • In the back yard of the blue townhouse on the western edge of Ocean Flats, directly west of the cathedral
    • In the back yard of the turquoise townhouse with the flat roof on the northwestern edge of Ocean Flats, southwest of Wheel Arch Angels
  • In front of City Hall, to the right of the main entrance on the building's east side
  • In the Santa Flora district, outside the front doors of San Fierro Medical Center, near the passenger loading area, and to the left of the ramp
  • In the Financial district, caddy-corner to the Big Pointy Building, to the right of the entrance to the Victim location

Las Venturas

A cane spawns in 4 locations in Las Venturas:

  • In the Pilgrim district, outside the front door of the main building of the large Pacific Island-styled motel.
  • In the Emerald Isle district, on the eastern edge of the casino's main building, next to a service entrance.
  • In the Prickle Pine district (2)

Flint County

A cane spawns in 2 locations in Flint County:

  • At the back of the RS Haul depot
  • Next to the shed on the small farm with the windmill and stationary Sadler on Beacon Hill

This article uses material from the "Cane" article on the GTA wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

File:black_cane.png File:adamant_cane.gif File:rune_cane.png
Members only? Yes
Primary attack type Crush
Secondary attack type None
Speed File:speed5.gif

A cane is a reward from the Treasure Trails.[1] A cane's stats are similar to a mace's of the same metal; however, canes lack a stab attack, and can be wielded at 2 fewer Attack levels. See below for more specific information about certain types of canes. Canes are considered holy equipment because they all boost your prayer level.[2]

Each cane has a certain gem on the top of it, depending on the type of cane. The different tops are listed below.

Canes can be stored in the treasure chest of the Costume Room of a player-owned house.[3] All types of canes are lendable.[4]

Canes

References

  1. ^ Jagex. Treasure Trails Rewards. RuneScape Game Guide. Retrieved 8 December 2009.
  2. ^ Jagex. Prayer - Holy Attire and Equipment, Prayer Boosting Weapons. RuneScape Game Guide. Retrieved 8 December 2009.
  3. ^ Jagex. Construction - Costume Room, The Items. RuneScape Game Guide. Retrieved 8 December 2009.
  4. ^ Jagex. Controls - Trading, Lending Items. RuneScape Game Guide. Retrieved 8 December 2009.

This article uses material from the "Cane" article on the Runescape wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Cane may refer to:

Or, it could be a misspelling of Kane.


This is a disambiguation page—a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. If an article link referred you here, you might want to go back and fix it to point directly to the intended page.



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