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The Ice Sword, a recurring piece of Ice Equipment.

Ice Equipment is a recurring type of equipment in the Final Fantasy series. It is often a mid-rank type of armor, obtained directly after Flame Equipment, with resistance or weakness to either Ice or Fire. This gear has appeared in the forms of Body Armor, Helm, Shield, Gloves, Armlet, Sword, Rod, Knuckles, Spear, and Bow.

This type of equipment was more commonly found as mid-rank armor in the early installments of the series, which grew into a less common type of weapons. The most recurring appearances of Ice Equipment are under Shields, Swords, and Rods. The sword of Ice equipment is often seen as Icebrand.




Final Fantasy

The Ice Armor and Shield are resistant to Fire, while the Ice Brand is Ice-elemental.

Final Fantasy II

The Ice Shield, Armor, Helm and Gloves are resistant to Fire. The Ice Brand, Bow and Lance can also be found, and all of them are Ice-elemental.

Final Fantasy III

Several Ice-elemental equipment can be found during the visit to the Molten Cave and Dwarven Hollows. They are all resistant against Fire, while the armors grant weakness to Ice.

List of Ice Equipment:

Final Fantasy IV

Ice-elemental equipment is found in several locations during between the defeat of Golbez at the Dwarves' Castle and the return to the Overworld.

List of Ice Equipment:

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

With the exception of the Frostshard, every piece of Ice-elemental equipment from Final Fantasy IV returns with the same statistics.

Final Fantasy V

Ice armor is only found in the form of shield (which for the first time, is weaker than the Fire correspondent) while Ice Bows, Ice Rods, and the Icebrand exist in the weapon area.

Final Fantasy VI

The only Ice equipment in Final Fantasy VI are the Ice Shield, Icebrand, and Ice Rod.

Final Fantasy VII

The Ice Ring represents Ice equipment in Final Fantasy VII. Noteworthy is the fact that the Aurora Armlet is related to Ice, absorbing it.

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-

The Ice Ring, Armlet, Frost Armlet, and Snow Armlet are all related to the Ice element.

Final Fantasy IX

The Ice Brand and Ice Staff are the only pieces of Ice equipment in Final Fantasy IX.

Final Fantasy X

Many Ice-elemental weapons and armor can be obtained via customizing. Armor with the Ice Ward/Proof ability as the dominant ability will be classified as "White" and armor with the Ice Eater ability as the dominant ability will be classified as "Snow". Icestrike must be the dominant ability for weapons.

List of Ice Weapons:

Final Fantasy XI

The Icebrand and the Ice Staff make a reappearance, however there are many weapons and armor that give similar benefits as Ice equipment. For example, the Legionnaire's Harness raises resistance to Fire, while the Scorpion Harness lowers resistance to Ice, Shiva's Shotel has a chance of dealing extra Ice damage when attacking if certain conditions are met.

Final Fantasy XII

The Icebrand, Glacial Staff, Ice Cloud Arrows, and Ice Shield are the pieces of Ice equipment available in Final Fantasy XII.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

The Icebrand, the Rod of Ice, and the Ice Lance appear in Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings as weapons for Vaan, Kytes, and Llyud, respectively.

Final Fantasy Tactics

The Icebrand, the Glacial Gun, and the Ice Rod, Bow, and Shield appear in this game.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Ice Equipment is notably expanded in Tactics Advance. Some of these weapons teach Ice-related abilities, as well; for example, the Ice Lance teaches the Dragoon job the ability Ice Breath.

List of Ice Equipment:

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Only the Ice Shield, Icebrand, Ice Lance, and Chill Rod return from the previous game. The Flurry Robe and Ice Shield appear as well for the armor portion of the set. The Ice shield offers half damage from Ice attacks, while the Ice Lance teaches a Dragoon Ice Breath. The Icebrand teaches a Moogle Knight Moogle Aid and the Chill Rod teaches a Black Mage, Blizzaga.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

Frost Mail, Shield, Armlets, Helm, and Sash all provide Resist Cold +1 and represent the Ice equipment.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates

Frost Helm, Frost Visor, Blue Cone Hat, Blue Magic Hat, Blue Clothes, Blue Outfit, Frost Armor, Blue Bard Garb, Blue Robe, and Frost Plate all make up the Ice equipment in the game.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time

Ice Staff, Icicle Club, and Ice Lance are the representatives of Ice Equipment in this game, all being low-rank weapons. The Frost Helm, Blue Hat, Frost Armor, and Blue Clothes represent the armor aspect of the set.

Final Fantasy Adventure

The Ice Sword, Ice Shield and Ice Armour are the only instances of Ice Equipment in the game, and are all high ranked pieces of equipment.

Dissidia Final Fantasy

The Ice Shield is a Level 22 Shield that increases Defense by 18 and reduces Wall Rush HP damage by 20%. Ice Armor is a Level 23 Heavy Armor that increases HP by 974 and reduces Physical damage by 10%.

The Icebrand is a Level 22 sword that boosts Attack by 18 and increases initial Brave by 20%. The Ice Rod is a Level 24 Rod that increases HP by 115, gives 17 Attack, 1 Defense and increases Magic Damage by 10%.


Ice Claw in Final Fantasy IV DS.

Ice Brand in Final Fantasy IV DS.

Ice Lance in Final Fantasy IV DS.

Ice Shield in Final Fantasy IV DS.

Ice Rod in Final Fantasy V.

Ice Shield in Final Fantasy V.

Icebrand in Final Fantasy XII.

Ice Shield in Final Fantasy XII.

Ice Armor in Final Fantasy Adventure.

Ice Shield in Final Fantasy Adventure.

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From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Ice gloves are dropped by killing the Ice Queen living inside White Wolf Mountain. Make sure to bring a pickaxe when going to obtain a pair, as one is needed to reach the queen.

They are used in Heroes Quest to pick up the Entrana firebird's fire feather, and have uses in other quests, such as the Clock Tower, Desert Treasure, Watchtower Quest, and Recipe for Disaster quests.

The Ice gloves can be re-obtained as many times as the player wishes. They do not need to be lost. In case of mishaps (Death, accidental Alching, and so on), it is suggested that the player obtain more than one pair of Ice gloves.

Some players choose to wear the Ice Gloves with Turquoise Gnome Boots because it resembles the colour. Even better, if those two items are worn with the Fremennik cloak (cyan) the colours will seem almost exactly the same.

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A player wearing ice gloves.
A player wearing ice gloves.
  Attack bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged
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  Defence bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged Summoning
+0 +3 +4 +0 +2 +2
Other bonuses
Strength Ranged Strength Prayer Magic Damage (%)
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  • The examine text on ordinary gloves is: "These will keep my hands warm!", while the ice gloves' is: "These will keep my hands cold!"
  • These gloves were once tradeable.

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