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Artifact: IL109 · IL119/+2/+3     Relic: IL109 · IL119     Empyrean: IL109 · IL119
Abjurations IL119

Anguta

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Description: DMG:370 Delay:528 Magic Damage+186 Scythe skill +269 Parrying skill +269 Magic Accuracy skill +242 "Store TP"+10 "TP Bonus"+500 "Entropy" Aftermath: Increases skillchain potency Increases magic burst potency Ultimate Skillchain
Image: Anguta description.png
Type: Weapon
Flags: Equippable, Not vendorable, Not sendable, Exclusive, Rare
Stack size: 1 "Find Anguta on FFXIAH" "Find Anguta on FFXIDB"
Weapon Information
Races: All Races Skill: Scythe
Damage: 370 Delay: 528
DPS: 42.05 TP/Hit:

146.07

Level: 99
Item Level: 119
Jobs: Dark Knight


Obtained From...
Quest Notes
Aeonic Weapon Quest Must have the key item "Scintillating Rhapsody" to start the quest.

Notes

  • This is the fully upgraded Scythe weapon in the Aeonic process.
  • Allows the user to perform an Ultimate Skillchain.
  • This weapon allows the user to use the Merit Point weaponskill Entropy at full "Rank 5" strength with no merit points invested.

Aftermath

Historical Reference

Anguta is the father of the sea goddess Sedna in Inuit mythology. In certain myths of the Inuit, Anguta is considered the creator-god and is the supreme being among the Inuit people. Anguta's name, meaning 'man with something to cut', refers to his mutilating of his daughter which ultimately resulted in her godhood, an act he carried out in both myths. Anguta is a psychopomp, ferrying souls from the land of the living to the underworld, called Adlivun, where his daughter rules.