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Maces (メイス Meisu) are a recurring weapon in the Final Fantasy series. They are large club-like items, and may sometimes come under the description of Staves or Flails. They are often enchanted with magical properties.

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Final Fantasy II

Maces are classified as Staves on this game.

Final Fantasy IV

The Seraphim's Mace is classified as a Staff and appears only in the Finest Fantasy for Advance GBA remake. It is only equippable by Porom and is her second-strongest weapon. The Seraphim's Mace casts Esuna when used as an item.

Final Fantasy VIII

Some of Selphie's Nunchaku can be described as two maces joined together with a lightweight cord.

Final Fantasy IX

The Mace of Zeus is Vivi's ultimate weapon. It teaches him the ultimate Black magic spell: Doomsday.

Final Fantasy XI

Maces are a type of Club weapon, generally only usable by White Mages, Warriors, and Paladins. They are more well-rounded than crude clubs but are not as hard hitting as hammers.

Final Fantasy XII

Maces are one-handed weapons whose attack power is affected by the user's Magic Power, making them ideal weapons for magic users. They add +4 to Evasion.

List of Maces:

  • Mace
  • Bronze Mace
  • Bhuj
  • Miter
  • Thorned Mace
  • Chaos Mace
  • Doom Mace
  • Zeus Mace
  • Grand Mace

Final Fantasy Tactics

Maces are classified as Flails in this game. They are most notable for their extreme damage range, and attacking with them may result in impressive damage or next to none at all.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Maces are weapons used by the Sage and Alchemist Job classes.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Maces are again equippable by Sages and Alchemists. The Green Mage can also equip them.


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

Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

A bronze mace.An iron mace.A steel mace.A black mace.A white mace.A mithril mace.An adamant mace.A rune mace.

A Granite MaceAncient_mace.png A Corrupt dragon maceA dragon mace.

Members only? No, other than Dragon, White, Ancient, and Granite
Primary attack type Crush
Secondary attack type Stab
Speed File:speed5.gif


A Mace is a one-handed melee weapon, and it is one of the few weapons that have crush for a primary attack type. Maces are special in that they provide a Prayer bonus, a trait shared by only several other weapon-class items, Verac's flail being another. The mace also has a controlled attack style, giving equal experience to Attack, Strength, and Defence. However, majority of other weapons have a considerably weaker Controlled attack style.

Maces are not considered to be the better weapon classes available and are rarily used, although the Dragon Mace is sometimes used for its powerful Special attack as a finishing or opening attack.

Players can buy maces from bronze to adamant in Flynn's Mace Market in Falador. Rune maces can be bought from the Champions' Guild. Dragon maces can be bought from the Heroes' Guild and require the completion of the Heroes' Quest to be wielded.

Other maces

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