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LaevateinnAfterglow

Statistics

LaevateinnAugmentedRareExclusive
(Staff) All Races
DMG: 104 Delay: 402 Accuracy +30
Magic Acc.+10 "Magic Atk. Bonus"+60
Enhances "Elemental Seal" effect
"Vidohunir" Afterglow
Aftermath: Inc. Mag. Acc./Mag. Atk.
Occasionally attacks twice or thrice
Lv. 99 BLM
Damage Per Second: 15.52
TP Per Hit: 103

Enhances "Elemental Seal" effect

  • Increases damage of the next spell by 10%.

Hidden Effect

Afterglow

Other Uses

Resale Price: Cannot be sold to NPCs.

Synthesis Recipes

None

Used in Recipes

  • None

Desynthesis Recipes

None

Obtained from Desynthesis

  • None

How to Obtain

Cannot be auctioned, traded, or bazaared, but can be delivered to a character on the same account.

Quest

Laevateinn Laevateinn (80) Laevateinn (85) Laevateinn (90) Laevateinn (95) Laevateinn (99) Laevateinn (Afterglow)
Trial 1072: Vermin
Vidohunir x200
Trial 1073: Undead
Vidohunir killing blow x200
Trial 1872: Lizards
Vidohunir killing blow x300
Trial 1873: Birds
Vidohunir killing blow x300
Trial 2276: Beasts
Vidohunir killing blow x400
Trial 2687: Tyger x3 Trial 3120: Long-Bowed Chariot x3 Trial 3583: Obtain Mulcibar's Scoria x3 Trial 3653: Obtain Mulcibar's Scoria x150 LaevateinnAfterglow

Historical Information

Laevateinn
Passed down for generations in the myths and stories of the peoples of the north is the World Tree motif, known to those intimately versed in such tales as Yggdrasill. One obscure legend tells of an ambitious Gigas who ventured to the center of the tree to obtain the single branch fabled to grow there, the “Branch of Ruin.” Known to sprout only the seemingly lifeless, skeletal frames of leaves in place of lush foliage, he plucked it at its base and made his way to the lands of the Dvergar, whom he commissioned to fashion the branch into Laevateinn.

Background

Laevateinn, or "Levatine," is a mythical sword from Norse mythology, also known as the "Wounding Wand" or the "Staff of Destruction". The elf Volund had forged a sword so lethal that it imperiled the very gods themselves. The sword was taken from Volund, brought to Asgard, and passed into the hands of the god Freyr, who traded Laevateinn for the hand of the giantess Gerðr. At Ragnarok, Surtr (the lord of the fire giants) wielded Laevateinn and severed the roots of the world tree Yggdrasil, instigating the destruction of the universe. Freyr would ultimately fall to his own blade during Ragnarok at Surtr's hand.

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