Oberon's Rapier


Oberon's Rapier
(Sword) All Races
DMG: 30 Delay: 224
Mainhand DMG: 36
Lv. 75 RDM
Damage Per Second: 8.04
TP Per Hit: 60

Damage Per Second: 8.04, Mainhand 9.64


  • Like other rapiers, this weapon deals Piercing damage on its normal attacks.

Other Uses

Resale Price: 4,637~4,752 gil

Synthesis Recipes

Goldsmithing (69/80), Smithing (Information Needed)

Yield: Oberon's Rapier x 1
Fire Crystal

Used in Recipes

  • None

Desynthesis Recipes


Obtained from Desynthesis

  • None

How to Obtain

Auction House Category: Weapons > Swords Ffxiah-small.png
Can be obtained as a random reward from the Gobbie Mystery Box Special Dial and similar sources.

Crafted & Drops from Treasure Coffers from Unions in Campaign.


Area Possible Augments
West Sarutabaruta (S)
Beaucedine Glacier (S)
Xarcabard (S)
Batallia Downs (S)
East Ronfaure (S)
North Gustaberg (S)
Grauberg (S)

DMG +2~4
Magic Accuracy+3~10
Enfeebling Magic Skill+3~5
Magic Defense Bonus -4
MP recovered while healing +3
Sword Enhancement Spell Damage +3~5
Enmity -1
Additional Effect: Blindness +10
Additional Effect: Disease +5~8
Additional Effect: Flash +8
Additional Effect: Paralyze +7
Additional Effect: Silence +9~13
Additional Effect: Stun +8~11
Additional Effect: Darkness Damage +16
Additional Effect: Earth Damage +9~12
Additional Effect: Ice Damage +11

Vunkerl Inlet (S)
Rolanberry Fields (S)
Meriphataud Mountains (S)

DMG +4
Magic Accuracy +7
Sword Enhancement Spell Damage +5

Jugner Forest (S)

DMG +4
Magic Accuracy+8
Enfeebling Magic Skill+3

Pashhow Marshlands (S)

Historical Background

Oberon (also spelled Auberon), "King of Shadows and Fairies", is best known as a character in William Shakespeare's play, A Midsummer Night's Dream, written in the mid-1590s. He is consort to Titania, Queen of the Fairies. The medieval concept of the character Oberon arose from a multitude of earlier sources. Oberon's status as king of the elves comes from the character of Alberich, a sorcerer in the legendary history of the Merovingian dynasty and the name Oberon got its literary start in the first half of the 13th century from the fairy dwarf Oberon. In the chanson de geste, titled Les Prouesses et faitz du noble Huon de Bordeaux Oberon helps the hero, Huron, on his quest.