Damage Per Second: 17.41
TP Per Hit: 60

Augments "Convert"

  • Convert will have a 2:1 ratio of HP to MP provided that the Red Mage has greater than 50% of their Max HP. For example, if the Red Mage has 501/1000 HP and 5/1100 MP, he will have 5/1000 HP and 1002/1100 MP after Convert. If he were to have 400/800 HP and 5/1000 MP, Convert would behave as it normally does and he would have 5/800 HP and 400/1000 MP afterwards.
  • If the Red Mage has less than 50% of their Max HP, Convert is not augmented.

Hidden Effect


Other Uses

Resale Price: Cannot be sold to NPCs.

Synthesis Recipes


Used in Recipes

  • None

Desynthesis Recipes


Obtained from Desynthesis

  • None

How to Obtain

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


Murgleis Murgleis (80) Murgleis (85) Murgleis (90) Murgleis (95) Murgleis (99) Murgleis (Afterglow)
Trial 1015: Amorphs
Death Blossom x200
Trial 1016: Plantoids
Death Blossom killing blow x200
Trial 1834: Beasts
Death Blossom killing blow x300
Trial 1835: Arcana
Death Blossom killing blow x300
Trial 2257: Aquans
Death Blossom killing blow x400
Trial 2668: Sarameya x3 Trial 3101: Long-Armed Chariot x3 Trial 3564: Obtain 3 Mulcibar's Scoria Trial 3614: Obtain 150 Mulcibar's Scoria MurgleisAfterglow

Historical Information

The blade of this finely crafted sword is ingeniously armed with a fluke for disarming opponents, and is at its most effective when used in thrusting and stabbing attacks. After the passing of the great warrior king Acheufagais R d'Oraguille, one of his generals, Count Ganelon, left San d'Oria in exile bearing the sword, and came to settle in the realm of Bastok.


In European folklore, Murgleis was the sword of Ganelon, the stepfather of Roland, as described in The Song of Roland. Ganelon was married to Charlemagne's sister and had a son with her. He resents his stepson's boastfulness and great popularity among the Franks and success on the battlefield. When Roland nominates him for a highly dangerous mission (possibly even suicidally dangerous) as messenger to the Saracens, Ganelon is so deeply offended that he vows vengeance. This vengeance becomes treachery as Ganelon plots with the pagan Blancandrin the ambush at Roncesvals.

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