Erlking's Kheten


Erlking's kheten
(Great Axe) All Races
DMG: 91 Delay: 504
Lv. 75 WAR
Damage Per Second: 10.83
TP Per Hit: 137

Other Uses

Resale Price: 4,602~4,700 gil

Synthesis Recipes

Smithing (69/80), Woodworking 23+Verification Needed

Yield: Erlking's Kheten x 1
Fire Crystal

Used in Recipes

  • None

Desynthesis Recipes


Obtained from Desynthesis

  • None

How to Obtain

Auction House Category: Weapons > Great Axes ( )

Campaign Battle

Possible item in Union treasure coffers.


Area Possible Augments
West Sarutabaruta (S)
Beaucedine Glacier (S)

DMG +3~6
STR +4
Attack +5~7
Double Attack+1
Additional Effect: Water Damage +12

Xarcabard (S)

DMG +4
Additional Effect: Stun +13

Batallia Downs (S)
East Ronfaure (S)
North Gustaberg (S)
Grauberg (S)

DMG +3~6
STR +2~5
Attack +5~8
AGI +1~2
VIT +1~3
Double Attack+1~2
Additional Effect: Disease +5~9
Additional Effect: Earth Damage +13~
Additional Effect: Fire Damage +13~
Additional Effect: Flash +6
Additional Effect: Light Damage +13~18
Additional Effect: Paralysis +7~15
Additional Effect: Stun +1~11
Additional Effect: Water Damage +9~16
Additional Effect: Slow +7~
Additional Effect: Poison +3
Additional Effect: Darkness +12~
Resistance to Fire+1~9
Resist Slow +1~3
Accuracy -2~

Vunkerl Inlet (S)
Rolanberry Fields (S)

DMG +4
Double Attack+2
Resistance to Fire+5

Meriphataud Mountains (S)
Jugner Forest (S)

DMG +3~6
STR +3~4
Attack +5
Additional Effect: Fire Damage +9
Additional Effect: Ice Damage +9
Additional Effect: Silence +5~11
Additional Effect: Disease +7

Pashhow Marshlands (S)

Historical Background


The Erlking (German: Erlkönig, "Alder King") is a character depicted in a number of German poems and ballads as a malevolent creature who haunts forests and carries off travelers to their deaths. The name is an 18th-century mistranslation of the original Danish word elverkonge, "elf-king". The character is most famous as the antagonist in Goethe's poem "Der Erlkönig" and Schubert's musical adaptation of the same name.


A Kheten was an Egyptian two-handed axe, often made of a bronze head that was fitted into a wooden haft.

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