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ErlkingsTabar

Statistics

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Erlking's tabar
(Axe) All Races
DMG: 41 Delay: 288 Main hand: DMG: 45
Lv. 75 BST
Damage Per Second: 8.54
TP Per Hit: 76


Main hand: DMG: 45

Other Uses

Resale Price: 4,637~4,729 gil

Synthesis Recipes

Smithing 64-66Exclamation, Woodworking 1-31ExclamationExclamation
Yield: Erlking's Tabar x 1
Fire Crystal

Used in Recipes

  • None

Desynthesis Recipes

None

Obtained from Desynthesis

  • None

How to Obtain

Auction House Category: Weapons > Axes ( )

Union

Augments

Area Possible Augments
West Sarutabaruta (S)
Beaucedine Glacier (S)
Xarcabard (S)
Batallia Downs (S)
East Ronfaure (S)
North Gustaberg (S)
Grauberg (S)
Vunkerl Inlet (S)
Rolanberry Fields (S)
Meriphataud Mountains (S)
Jugner Forest (S)
Pashhow Marshlands (S)

Historical Background

Erlking

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.

Tabar

A Tabar (more commonly called a tabar zin or tabar-i-zin (sometimes translated "saddle-hatchet") is the traditional battle axe of Persia and Iran. It bears one or two crescent-shaped blades. The long form of the tabar was about seven feet long, while a shorter version was about three feet long. What made the Persian axe unique is the very thin handle, which is very light and always metallic. The tabar is sometimes carried as a symbolic weapon by wandering dervishes (Muslim ascetic worshipers)."Tabar" means axe, and "zin" has to do with hanging from a horse. Some sources say that zin comes from "zar", the ancient word for war.

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