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8th Feb '17 7:24:04 PM BirdAlliance
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** The [[GatlingGood Valcan Cannon]]. It's a single shot laser weapon that also takes four power bars and takes 11.1 seconds to charge. However, the fire rate speeds up and after five volleys it's charging time is reduced to 1.1 second, faster than any shield's recharging speed. This means that given enough time, this single weapon can take down any enemy, ''including the final boss.'' This is also one of the rarest weapon in the game, requiring a lot of luck to obtain.
20th Jan '17 3:15:45 AM Lego3400
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** In ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'', you can create each of these (using a somewhat more streamlined system) ''and'' acquire the Fenrir Keyblade, which is slightly stronger than Ultima Weapon, though the latter has useful magic bonuses. And just to go over-the-top, once you've made these things, you can make them ''again'', this time adding a "synthesis enhancement" ingredient, to make the Infinity Plus '''Two''' versions. (Not so much for Ultima Weapon, as there only exists enough {{Orichalcum}}+ in the game to make it once.)

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** In ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'', you can create each of these (using a somewhat more streamlined system) ''and'' acquire the Fenrir Keyblade, which is slightly stronger than Ultima Weapon, though the latter has useful magic bonuses. And just to go over-the-top, once you've made these things, you can make them ''again'', this time adding a "synthesis enhancement" ingredient, to make the Infinity Plus '''Two''' versions. (Not so much for Ultima Weapon, as there only exists isn't enough {{Orichalcum}}+ in the game to even make it once.once You have to induce a normally optional item that cuts the materials in half.)
20th Jan '17 2:05:25 AM Halabaren
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* "VideoGame/LegendOfDragoon" the [[spoiler:Dragon Buster]] obtained prior to the final boss fight is easilly the single most powerful weapon int the game giving the user a whopping +100 to attack power and while more of a SuperMode than a Sword the [[spoiler:Divine Dragoon form]] also obtained right before the last boss strips its user of their elemental weakness when in use as well as has the largest modifiers of any of the [[spoiler:Dragoon forms]] as well it comes with a massively powerful AOE spell and an even stronger single target spell both non-elemental
* "VideoGame/LegendOfLegaia" In the second game each character has access to a set of Infinity plus one gear gained via forging and the use of items called heavens secrets the most notable and useful is [[TheHero Lang's]] Judgment Day a weapon that gives you 220 str and 50 int but most importantly can inflict petrification on enemies and as it happens there is one status effect that can be inflicted on the final boss


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*Original Generation has the Shishioh blade a powerful equip able katana that has immense damage output and zero EN cost usually behind some hidden requirement such as getting a certain number of battle masteries and and defeating a boss that retreats at a certain damage level.
*In alpha one you have the SRX while given to you midgame by the end you will get the R-GUN and either Villeta or Levi/Mai as a pilot with the proper upgrades this endgame version of the SRX can one-shot the FinalBoss with no issue.
11th Jan '17 8:19:02 PM darkliger269
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** It has some items like this for certain Pokemon. Pikachu has the Light Ball, which turns it into a GlassCannon. Cubone and Marowak have the Thick Club, and Farfetch'd has the Stick. The former two only have a 5% drop rate, but they both double the attacking power of their respective Pokémon, which in Marowak's case, raises its Attack to the second highest of all Pokémon, only beaten by Shuckle when it uses Power Trick (which is an unreliable strategy anyway). The Stick only raises critical hit ratio, however.

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** It has some items like this for certain Pokemon. Pikachu has the Light Ball, which turns it into a GlassCannon. Cubone and Marowak have the Thick Club, and Farfetch'd has the Stick. The former two only have a 5% drop rate, but they both double the attacking power of their respective Pokémon, which in Marowak's case, raises its Attack to one of the second highest out of all Pokémon, only being beaten mostly by Shuckle when it uses Power Trick (which is an unreliable strategy anyway).Mega Evolutions and Legendaries. The Stick only raises critical hit ratio, however.
7th Jan '17 3:36:07 PM VampireBuddha
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* There's also a Black Sword in ''Videogame/{{Ultima Underworld}}'', located behind a secret door in a hidden tomb that you can normally only find by obtaining a magic crystal shard from one of the prisoners, or failing that, by casting Reveal at the right place. It's also guarded by a Shadow Beast, which is invisible half the time without the crystal. The sword does approximately the same damage as the [[{{sword of plot advancement}} Sword of Justice]], but is super-accurate.
6th Jan '17 7:06:22 PM JakeALoh
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** In the Nuka-worl DLC, the combination of Aeturnus and X-01 Quantum allows you to basically tank any damage, fire unlimited dreams of glowing red lasers, and basically shred, cook and curbstomp any enemy you come across. makes it even more fun if you're level 3000+ and nothing short of a full-scab nuclear explosion can take you out.
4th Jan '17 1:41:13 PM Gosicrystal
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* The Mace in ''VideoGame/LaMulana''. To get it, you must solve a puzzle involving weights and balancing a scale out. This puzzle requires combining six hints scattered throughout the ruins, plus weighing yourself on a scale in another area (and figuring out how to translate the numbers on the scale, and that it ''is'' a scale), and parts of the hints have eroded away (requiring you to guess at one pair of gems). If you fail the puzzle once and didn't keep a backup save, [[LostForever it's gone for good]]. If you succeed, it's got the highest damage per second and per hit in the game, with or without the software combo that boosts it further.

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* The Mace in ''VideoGame/LaMulana''. To get it, you must solve a puzzle involving weights and balancing a scale out. This puzzle requires combining six hints scattered throughout the ruins, plus weighing yourself on a scale in another area (and figuring out how to translate the numbers on the scale, and that it ''is'' a scale), and parts of the hints have eroded away (requiring you to guess at one pair of gems). If you fail the puzzle once and didn't keep a backup save, [[LostForever [[PermanentlyMissableContent it's gone for good]]. If you succeed, it's got the highest damage per second and per hit in the game, with or without the software combo that boosts it further.



*** The same goes for most of the other characters; their ultimate weapons (and some other equipment) are also 1/256 random drops from specific enemies. Ryu, on the other hand, gets the Emperor Sword, which is obtainable from a highly remote fishing spot that becomes LostForever once you open the door to Infinity.

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*** The same goes for most of the other characters; their ultimate weapons (and some other equipment) are also 1/256 random drops from specific enemies. Ryu, on the other hand, gets the Emperor Sword, which is obtainable from a highly remote fishing spot that becomes LostForever that's {{Permanently Missable|Content}} once you open the door to Infinity.



* The four Infinity +1 Weapons of ''Videogame/EarthBound'' can be earned as random drops from defeating a certain type of enemy (different for each), with some ItemCrafting required in one case. It's a grind, however: the weapon only has [[RareRandomDrop a 1 in 128 chance of dropping]]. Ness's is actually found after the PointOfNoReturn, and you can't even save with it without backtracking to the beginning of the last area, and can't use it for anything but ''that'' area and the final boss. (He at least has an InfinityMinusOneSword, but that's beside the point.) The Sword of Kings, which is particularly notorious for being LostForever after beating the boss of the area having the enemy that might drop it, is actually the only weapon which Poo can equip to advantage.

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* The four Infinity +1 Weapons of ''Videogame/EarthBound'' can be earned as random drops from defeating a certain type of enemy (different for each), with some ItemCrafting required in one case. It's a grind, however: the weapon only has [[RareRandomDrop a 1 in 128 chance of dropping]]. Ness's is actually found after the PointOfNoReturn, and you can't even save with it without backtracking to the beginning of the last area, and can't use it for anything but ''that'' area and the final boss. (He at least has an InfinityMinusOneSword, but that's beside the point.) The Sword of Kings, which is particularly notorious for being LostForever {{Permanently Missable|Content}} after beating the boss of the area having the enemy that might drop it, is actually the only weapon which Poo can equip to advantage.



** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade]]'' you must get every one of these weapons if you want to get the TrueFinalBoss, and unlocking the side chapters they're found in often requires beating a chapter under a certain amount of turns, and all three require leaving certain units alive. If you're late, or one of your required units is killed, the weapon is LostForever, and a MiniBoss will often show up to add insult to injury.

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** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade]]'' Blade]]'', you must get every one of these weapons if you want to get the TrueFinalBoss, and unlocking the side chapters they're found in often requires beating a chapter under a certain amount of turns, and all three require leaving certain units alive. If you're late, or one of your required units is killed, the weapon is LostForever, [[PermanentlyMissableContent lost forever]], and a MiniBoss will often show up to add insult to injury.
26th Dec '16 9:47:04 PM Unityd3v
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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'' actually has the the Balmung. This sword can only be obtained after finishing the main questline and unlocking the post-game hidden dungeons. The player then has to go into one of these dungeons and fight in a number of rooms, killing at least 5 Tonberries, before finally finding the Balmung on the ground.

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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'' actually has the the Balmung. This sword can only be obtained after finishing the main questline and unlocking the post-game hidden dungeons. The player then has to go into one of these dungeons and fight in a number of rooms, killing at least 5 Tonberries, before finally finding the Balmung on the ground.
26th Dec '16 9:41:22 PM Unityd3v
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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'' actually has two.
*** The first is, once againg, the Ultima Blade, which this time is the ultimate form of the Engine Blade, one of a series of weapons that the player can upgrade. The engine blade is actually given to the player as Noctis's starting sword, transforming it into the Ultima Blade is anything but easy. First, the player needs to have it upgraded to the Engine Blade II. Then, item itself needed to transform the Engine Blade III into the Ultima Blade is a rare drop that requires the player to break the horns of a rare monster. Even then, breaking the horns doesn't guarantee the drop. Luckily, the game's freeform save system allows the player to [[SaveScumming save scum]] until they get it. Once obtained however, the sword is the strongest ones Noctis can use during the main questline, before going into the post game, and combines big damage with a fast attack speed, making the grind, worth it.
*** The only stronger blade than the Ultima Blade is the Balmung. This sword can only be obtained after finishing the main questline and unlocking the post-game hidden dungeons. The player then has to go into one of these dungeons and fight in a number of rooms, killing at least 5 Tonberries, before finally finding the Balmung on the ground.

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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'' actually has two.
*** The first is, once againg,
the Ultima Blade, which this time is the ultimate form of the Engine Blade, one of a series of weapons that the player can upgrade. The engine blade is actually given to the player as Noctis's starting sword, transforming it into the Ultima Blade is anything but easy. First, the player needs to have it upgraded to the Engine Blade II. Then, item itself needed to transform the Engine Blade III into the Ultima Blade is a rare drop that requires the player to break the horns of a rare monster. Even then, breaking the horns doesn't guarantee the drop. Luckily, the game's freeform save system allows the player to [[SaveScumming save scum]] until they get it. Once obtained however, the sword is the strongest ones Noctis can use during the main questline, before going into the post game, and combines big damage with a fast attack speed, making the grind, worth it.
*** The only stronger blade than the Ultima Blade is
the Balmung. This sword can only be obtained after finishing the main questline and unlocking the post-game hidden dungeons. The player then has to go into one of these dungeons and fight in a number of rooms, killing at least 5 Tonberries, before finally finding the Balmung on the ground.
26th Dec '16 9:13:46 PM Unityd3v
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** The Ultima Blade returns in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'' as the ultimate form of the Engine Blade, one of a series of weapons that the player can upgrade. These weapons themselves are actually given to the player (the Engine Blade is Noctis's starting sword), however the items Cid needs to upgrade them aren't as easy to come by. For example, the item needed to transform the Engine Blade III into the Ultima Blade is a rare drop that requires the player to break the horns of a rare monster. Even then, breaking the horns doesn't guarantee the drop. Luckily, the game's freeform save system allows the player to [[SaveScumming save scum]] until they get it. Once obtained however, the sword is one of the strongest ones Noctis can use, combining big damage with a fast attack speed, making the grind, worth it.

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** The Ultima Blade returns in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'' as actually has two.
*** The first is, once againg, the Ultima Blade, which this time is
the ultimate form of the Engine Blade, one of a series of weapons that the player can upgrade. These weapons themselves are The engine blade is actually given to the player (the Engine Blade is as Noctis's starting sword), however sword, transforming it into the items Cid Ultima Blade is anything but easy. First, the player needs to upgrade them aren't as easy have it upgraded to come by. For example, the Engine Blade II. Then, item itself needed to transform the Engine Blade III into the Ultima Blade is a rare drop that requires the player to break the horns of a rare monster. Even then, breaking the horns doesn't guarantee the drop. Luckily, the game's freeform save system allows the player to [[SaveScumming save scum]] until they get it. Once obtained however, the sword is one of the strongest ones Noctis can use, combining use during the main questline, before going into the post game, and combines big damage with a fast attack speed, making the grind, worth it.it.
*** The only stronger blade than the Ultima Blade is the Balmung. This sword can only be obtained after finishing the main questline and unlocking the post-game hidden dungeons. The player then has to go into one of these dungeons and fight in a number of rooms, killing at least 5 Tonberries, before finally finding the Balmung on the ground.
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