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Final Fantasy

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Deathbringer in Final Fantasy IV.

The Deathbringer (デスブリンガー Desuburingā) is a recurring weapon in the series. It is usually a sword of Dark power, which can also have the ability to instantly kill a foe.

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Final Fantasy

The Deathbringer can be obtained in the Dawn of Souls remake of the original Final Fantasy as an enemy drop. It can be used as an item in order to cast the spell Death.

Final Fantasy IV

The Deathbringer, called the Black Sword in the original SNES release due to censorship, is the strongest dark sword in the game and can instantly KO an enemy on hit. Cecil recieves this weapon from the king of Fabul after the party's failed attempt at protecting the Wind Crystal from Golbez.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

The Deathbringer remains in the game's code left from Final Fantasy IV Advance, but was ultimately left out. It is still able to be used via hacking.

Final Fantasy X

If one of Tidus' swords has the Deathtouch/strike ability as dominant, it is called as Deathbringer.

Final Fantasy XI

The Deathbringer is an optional upgrade of the "Chaosbringer" that is used to unlock the Dark Knight Job. By killing an additional 100 enemies with the Chaosbringer, and then bringing it to a pond in Gusgen Mines, the weapon is transformed into the Deathbringer, a fairly powerful low-level Great Sword for Dark Knights.

The Deathbringer in Final Fantasy XII.

Final Fantasy XII

The Deathbringer can be bought at Balfonheim and it has a chance to instantly KO the target on hit (10% possibility). It can also be stolen from the rare game Ithuno, located in Barheim passage. Alternatively, you could also find the sword in the Feywood and Subterra Section at the Pharos at Ridorana. It's also listed as a Bazaar Item (10x Dark Crystal, 7x Demon Tail, 4x Solid Horn).

Final Fantasy Tactics

The Deathbringer is exclusive to the War of the Lions remake as a Fellsword, and it can inflict Doom on hit. Like all Fell Swords, it is exclusive to the Dark Knights Job.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates

The Deathbringer appears as a weapon for Clavats. Its description reads "A sword encompassing death itself. Its markings were engraved by an evil soul."

Dissidia Final Fantasy

Cecil swaps his sword for the Deathbringer upon entering EX Mode in Dark Knight form. The Deathbringer is a level 92 weapon exclusive to Gabranth which provides the following stats:

  • ATK +63, Initial BRV +30% at the start of battle, EX Mode Duration + 15%. (JP Version)
  • ATK +63, EX Mode Duration +30%. (US Version)

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eWrestling

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From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Deathbringer is a glorified jobber.


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Tibia

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This creature is an arena boss in the The Undead class.
Deathbringer

10000 Hit points
5100 Experience points per kill

Summon/Convince: --/--
Abilities: Melee (0-460+), Poison Bomb (0-200+?) poisons you 10 per turn, Blood Bomb (0-378+), Smoke Wave makes you drown, Earth Wave (0-???), Life Drain Wave (0-595), Sudden Death (0-397+).
Pushable: ?
Push Objects: ?
Est. Max. Damage: 1265+ hp per turn
Immune To: Death, Ice, Earth, Invisibility
Strong To: Fire (-1%?)
Neutral To: Physical?, Holy?, Drown?, Life Drain?
Weak To: Energy (+1%?)
Sounds: "YOU FOOLS WILL PAY!"; "YOU ALL WILL DIE!"; "DEATH, DESTRUCTION!"; "I will eat your soul!".
Behavior: Fight to death in close combat.
Field Notes: Is the boss of Warlord Level, Pit #9.
Next #10.
Location: In Svargrond Arena.
Strategy: To all vocations stay diagonal and watch out when doing attacks like Exori or Ethereal Spear as you may get exhausted and unable to heal so make sure your hp is full before using those attacks.
Druid and Sorcerer: Use Magic Shield and try to shoot Heavy Magic Missile runes or Energy Strikes since they're weak against that element. Bring plenty of Stone Skin Amulets since he hits very hard. But be careful: Deathbringer takes lots of time to be killed for mages.
Knight: Melee and use Whirlwind Throw (makes you waste more potions) or Fierce Berserk.
Paladin: Shoot Assassin Stars and Ethereal Spear.
Loot: Nothing. It turns into ashes that vanishes quickly afterwards. (Create loot statistics)
See also: Creatures.
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Transformers

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From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

The Deathbringer is a mechanoid lifeform in the Generation One continuity family.
Yeah, that totally looks like an angel of mercy, doesn't it?

A Deathbringer is a Series Two sentient mechanoid designed to visit planets wracked by plague and terminate the dying painlessly (if they so choose to die then, of course).

Just who made the Deathbringers is unknown, but they maybe should have chosen a nicer-sounding name for them.

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Marvel Comics continuity

Note: Events from the UK-only comic stories are in italics.

Siren read a ancient Cybertronian legend about the "Deathbringer", which eerily prophesied the Deathbringer's encounter with the Matrix and subsequent rampage.

Must... reach... plot... device!

A dying Deathbringer mechanoid came into contact with the Matrix, which had been accidentally ejected into deep space along with Optimus Prime's body. (It was later revealed that the Deathbringer encountered the Matrix on the moon VsQs, where Optimus' body had landed.) The Matrix, curious for fresh experiences, re-created it. But in the process, its programming became warped, and where once it offered death as a respite, now it spread death indiscriminately...

The re-created Deathbringer found its way to Earth, where it rained destruction down upon a human city. Optimus Prime waffled about whether or not they could destroy their only clue to the location of the Matrix, eventually throwing a rock at it. (It was a big rock!)

Nightbeat, meanwhile, correctly identified the Deathbringer's origins and convinced the Deathbringer that, since the Matrix's power was eating away at it, it should destroy itself.

Nightbeat: 2
Matrix-empowered bad guys: 0

Deathbringer

IDW comics continuity

A Deathbringer commanded the Reapers, a group of robot "bogeymen" who seek to end all war in the Universe by eliminating everything worth warring over. This Deathbringer extended an invitation to Sixshot to join their group, though Sixshot declined as he could not sever all sentimental attachments to the Decepticons. The Deathbringer took the rejection in stride, declaring that Sixshot would cross paths with the Reapers again some day, and perhaps then, he would be ready to join. Spotlight: Sixshot

Why do they call you 'Deathbringer'? Oh!

When Sixshot was called to Earth, the Reapers followed Escalation issue 6 and launched an assault on the Decepticon base. Deathbringer again made his pitch to Sixshot, helped by Starscream deliberately baiting the Decepticon, but the instant Sixshot signed on for the Reapers, Starscream deactivated him. Devastation issue 5 Following that, Deathbringer was attacked by Galvatron and infected with death itself, turning him into a shuffling horror that spread death and decay among the other Reapers by touch before he finally collapsed. The Deathbringer, his brethren, and their dream of ending war all became casualties of Nemesis Prime's ambitions. Devastation issue 6

Trivia

  • The events of the Marvel story are shown only in flashback in the U.S. comic. Ratchet's presence places it shortly before Megatron's return in U.S. #56.
  • The Marvel continuity's version of the Deathbringers (in the original, pre-Matrix-affected form) bear a striking resemblance to the Cylon Centurions from the original Battlestar Galactica TV series.

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