Nirvana (80)

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Nirvana

Statistics[edit]

Nirvana RareExclusive
(Staff) All Races
DMG: 78 Delay: 402 Accuracy +30
Avatar perpetuation cost -5
Avatar: "Magic Atk. Bonus" +25
"Garland of Bliss"
Aftermath (Incl. Avatars):
Inc. Acc./Atk., Occ. attacks twice

Lv. 80 SMN

Damage Per Second: 11.64
TP Per Hit: 103

Other Uses[edit]

Resale Price: Cannot be sold to NPCs.

Trial of the Magians: Trial 2277 (Rewards Nirvana (85))

Synthesis Recipes[edit]

None

Used in Recipes[edit]

  • None

Desynthesis Recipes[edit]

None

Obtained from Desynthesis[edit]

  • None

How to Obtain[edit]

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

Quest[edit]

Nirvana Nirvana (80)
Trial 1075: Beasts
Garland of Bliss x200
Trial 1076: Arcana
Garland of Bliss killing blow x200
Trial 1874: Plantoids
Garland of Bliss killing blow x300
Trial 1875: Vermin
Garland of Bliss killing blow x300
Nirvana

Historical Information[edit]

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A powerful staff imbued with the state of gnostic enlightenment that its name implies. Once a sacred relic of the Walahra Temple, it was stolen by Balrahn to combat the twisted thaumaturgy of the denizens of the evil realms. After bonding to Balrahn and making his will its own, it was no longer able to be returned, and remained in his possession. The exact circumstances of this phenomenon are not altogether clear and shrouded in esoteric mystery.

Background[edit]

Nirvana, or "Nibbāna," the closest meaning of the word Nirvana in Western culture would be "Heaven". Nirvana is a word used by the Buddha to describe the perfect peace of the mind that is free from craving, anger and other afflictive states (kilesa). This peace, which is in reality the fundamental nature of the mind, is revealed when the root causes of the afflictive states are dissolved. The causes themselves lie deep within the mind (that part of the mind that Western psychology calls the subconscious) but their undoing is gradually achieved by living a disciplined life. In Nibbana, the root causes of craving and aversion have been extinguished such that one is no longer subject to human suffering (dukkha) or further states of rebirths in samsara (cycle of reincarnation).


In Final Fantasy X, Yuna's Celestial Weapon is called the Nirvana.

See Also[edit]

This article uses material from the "Nirvana_(80)" article on FFXIclopedia and is licensed under the CC-BY-SA License.