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Tonberry uses Chef's Knife on an enemy in Final Fantasy VIII

The Chef's Knife, also known as Tonberry's Knife, Kitchen Knife, Knife, or Cleaver, is a weapon of the Tonberry and a recurring ability in the Final Fantasy series. In most cases, Chef's Knife is mostly a deadly non elemental attack.

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Final Fantasy V

The Knife, originally known as the Cleaver, is the attack of the Tonberry. It can only use the ability once it has moved close enough to the player. Knife attacks several times, ignores Defense and inflicts Sap.

Final Fantasy VI

The Knife, originally titled the Cleaver, is an enemy ability used by the Tonberries of the game. The attack is used once the Tonberries have moved in range, and deals heavy physical damage.

Knife in Final Fantasy VII

Final Fantasy VII

The Knife enemy ability is an attack of the Tonberries and the Master Tonberries. An ordinary Tonberry can't attack the player until it has moved close enough. Once it has, sure enough it will use the knife attack, instantly knocking out its target. The Master Tonberry uses the same technique, but can also use Everyone's Grudge.

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-

In tradition, the Tonberries fought in Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- will use the Knife attack, this time known as Kitchen Knife.

The Tonberry's Knife is a key item. Using it will add Tonberry and its "Murderous Thrust" attack to the DMW. It deals major non-elemental damage to one enemy.

Final Fantasy VIII

Chef's Knife is the name of an enemy ability, a summon attack, and an item from Final Fantasy VIII.

The enemy ability and the summon work the same. The Tonberries, most commonly fought in Centra Ruins, bare the attack. Tonberries will walk forward on most turns, using Everyone's Grudge as a counter-attack. Once it has walked forward enough, it can use its Chef's Knife attack to deal large, non-elemental damage.

Once the Tonberry King is defeated, the player will obtain the Tonberry summon. Its attack is the Chef's Knife and it functions just as the infamous Tonberry attack does. The damage can be increased by Boost and Tonberry's stats.

The Chef's Knife can be stolen from and dropped by the Tonberry enemy. Chef's Knives will increase a character's compatibility with the summon by three.

Final Fantasy IX

The Knife attack is a basic enemy physical attack in Final Fantasy IX used by the Goblin and the Ogre. In addition, it is an Instant Kill attack used by the Tonberry.

Final Fantasy X

The Chef's Knife in Final Fantasy X is an enemy ability used by the three types of Tonberry. All of them must be in range before they can use the attack which deals major non-elemental damage.

Final Fantasy X-2

The Chef's Knife of Final Fantasy X-2 functions the same as its Final Fantasy X incarnation and is used by both the ordinary Tonberry and the Mega Tonberry.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

The Knife attack is a basic physical attack used by the Tonberry. It may inflict the Stamina Down status.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

In Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, the Tonberry and Masterberry can use the Knife attack which reduces the target's health to 10% of the unit's maximum HP.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Slightly different from the version in Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, Knife reduces a target's health to 10% of of the unit's current HP. This is only used by the Tonberries.


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

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An all purpose kitchen knife that is used for most types of chopping, dicing, and slicing with a blade that is usually about a foot in length. The heft, weight and balance of this knife allows it to be used for heavy duty work with thicker cuts of vegetables, fruits and meats. This knife may also be referred to as a French knife.


This article uses material from the "Chef's Knife" article on the Recipes wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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