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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Tiara (not to be confused with Lamia's Tiara) is a recurring piece of equipment in the series. It switches on and off from being an accessory or headgear, and usually gives magical bonuses.



Final Fantasy IV

The Gold Hairpin, originally translated as Tiara, is a high-ranked headgear.

Final Fantasy VI

Tiara is a low-ranked headgear for females only that provides +22 Defense, +20 Magic Defense, and +2 Magic. It can only be acquired in the World of Balance by buying it in Narshe after acquiring the Blackjack or in Thamasa.

Final Fantasy X-2

Tiara is an accessory that grants +5 Magic and Magic Defense and can be bought for 2,500 gil.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Tiara is the best female-only ornament in the game, providing +8 Defense and +20 Magic Resistance.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Tiara is a high-ranked Hat that provides +8 Defense, +20 Resistance, and teaches the ability Spellbound.

Dissidia Final Fantasy

Tiara is a level 29 hairpin that provides +147 Bravery, but reduces HP by 132.

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Up to date as of February 08, 2010

From Halopedia, the Halo Wiki

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The Tiara was a space station in equatorial Geosynchronous orbit over Utgard, on the human colony Harvest. Constructed in 2468 when Harvest was founded, it supported the seven space elevators servicing the colony's capital city of Utgard, and functioned as an orbital port for passenger and cargo transport, as well as the storage area for the data centers of the AI Sif, who was in charge of Harvest's shipping operations and maintaining the Tiara 's position. It was not present in 2502, but was fully functional by 2524.[1]



The Tiara is described as two arcs separated by the carbon nano-fiber strands that made up the space elevators of Harvest. The beam work connecting the two looked like delicate filigree. Six beveled titanium spars ran the length of the facility. Avery Johnson estimated the station was about 4 kilometers long and it's interior around 300 meters in diameter (13,200 and 990 feet, respectively)[2]. It possessed some form of artificial gravity as well.[3]).


It, along with Sif, was seriously damaged in 2525 by a mass driver fired by Loki from the surface of the planet[4], just before Harvest fell to the Covenant. The strands and parts of Tiara wrapped around Harvest, as per it's rotation. In a state of grief, Mack, Harvest's agricultural AI, ordered the JOTUNs to bury the strands of the Tiara and the space elevators, protecting them from plasma fire as Harvest was glassed due to the Covenant orbital bombardment.


  • There are seven space elevators, this is another Bungie reference to seven.


  1. Halo: Contact Harvest, page 66
  2. Halo: Contact Harvest pg. 66
  3. Halo: Fall of Reach pg. 230
  4. Halo: Contact Harvest pg. 378

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

A player wears a standard tiara.

A Tiara can be made by a player with 23 Crafting by using a silver bar on a furnace while that player has a tiara mould, granting 52.5 Crafting experience, the most experience for the Crafting skill in free-to-play.

A tiara can be bound with a talisman by using the talisman to go to the runecrafting altar and then using the tiara on the runecrafting altar. This process consumes the talisman by combining it with the tiara. The tiara thereafter grants access to the runecrafting altar by left-clicking the respective mysterious ruin. The tiara is more convenient than the talisman, since the tiara can be equipped, freeing an extra inventory space for rune essence. Tiaras have no Locate function for their altars like talismans do. Tiaras weigh more than talismans.

Because tiaras are over-produced, the Grand Exchange prices of tiaras are below their Low alchemy prices, with the exception of water, blood, and death tiaras. The Al Kharid General Store only buys tiaras for 10 coins while other General Stores buy tiaras for more money.

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