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'''TP Per Hit:''' 9.2%<br><br>
 
'''TP Per Hit:''' 9.2%<br><br>
 
''[[Hidden Effect]]''
 
''[[Hidden Effect]]''
*+15% increase to [[Dark Element Magic Spells]]
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*+15% increase in damage, and +30 [[Magic Accuracy]] for [[Dark Element Magic Spells]]
*-15% decrease to [[Light Element Magic Spells]]
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*-15% decrease in damage, and -30 [[Magic Accuracy]] for [[Light Element Magic Spells]]
 
*[[Charm]] success rate -15%
 
*[[Charm]] success rate -15%
 
*-3 [[Avatar Perpetuation Cost]] for [[Diabolos]], [[Fenrir]], and [[Dark Spirit]]
 
*-3 [[Avatar Perpetuation Cost]] for [[Diabolos]], [[Fenrir]], and [[Dark Spirit]]
 
*+3 [[Avatar Perpetuation Cost]] for [[Carbuncle]] and [[Light Spirit]]<br>
 
*+3 [[Avatar Perpetuation Cost]] for [[Carbuncle]] and [[Light Spirit]]<br>
 
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==Other Uses==
 
==Other Uses==
 
{{Guild Points Value}}
 
{{Guild Points Value}}

Revision as of 07:23, July 22, 2009

Pluto&#039;s Staff

Statistics

Pluto's staff
(Staff) All Races
DMG: 35 Delay: 356 STR +2 DEX +2 VIT +2
AGI +2 INT +2 MND +2 CHR +2 Trans Light +20
MP recovered while healing +10
Additional effect: Darkness damage
Lv. 51 All Jobs

Damage Per Second: 5.9
TP Per Hit: 9.2%

Hidden Effect

Other Uses

Guild Points Value: None

Resale Price: 7,975~8,174 gil

Synthesis Recipes

Woodworking (75/86)

Yield: Dark Staff
HQ 1: Pluto's Staff
Wind Crystal

Used in Recipes

  • None

Desynthesis Recipe

None

Obtained From Desynthesis

  • None

How to Obtain

Auction House Category: Weapons > Staves ( )

Crafted Only!

Historical Background

Pluto, in Roman mythology, was the god of the underworld, the dead, and often associated with metals and jewels hidden in the dark places under the earth. It makes sense, therefore, to name the High Quality Dark Staff in honor of Pluto. The Apollyon NM Pluto shares a name with this staff in FFXI and additional information can be found there. The Greek counterpart of Pluto is Hades. Although very similar it has been noted that the Romans viewed Pluto as the god of a physical underworld and the Greeks saw Hades as the god of a more spiritual underworld. Extensive informatin concerning Hades can be found on the Hades page for which the Hades Earring, Hades Sainti and Hades Ring are named.

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