Emerald WEAPON


Found exclusively in the International version of Final Fantasy VII (and making a cameo in a few other games), the Emerald Weapon is one of the two superbosses (a boss tougher than the final boss) of the game, the other being Ruby WEAPON. As a WEAPON, they were created to defend the Planet Gaia from Jenova, and are used as a Planetary Defense Mechanism now. Due to their super boss status, they are an optional boss in their game of origin.

Powers and Stats

Tier: At least High 5-A

Name: Emerald Weapon

Origin: Final Fantasy VII

Gender: Unable to be determined

Age: Thousands of years old

Classification: Weapon/Planet's Defense Mechanism/Superboss

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Magic, Flight, Energy Projection, Can nullify Forcefields, Regeneration, Laser vision and Self-Targeted Time Dilation

Attack Potency: At least Dwarf Star level+ (The Weapons are all comparable to Zirconiade, a being stronger than the Knights of the Round, and were created to defeat Jenova)

Speed: FTL+ (Superior to Bahamut Fury)

Lifting Strength: Class P+ by virtue of sheer size

Striking Strength: At least Dwarf Star Class+

Durability: At least Dwarf Star level+ (Can withstand several Limit Break Omnislashes in one battle, the same Limit Break Omnislash that killed (base) Sephiroth.)

Stamina: Unknown

Range: Likely thousands of kilometers with magic

Standard Equipment: ‘Eyes’

Intelligence: Unknown, likely not very intelligent.

Weaknesses: It cannot use Emerald Shoot or Emerald Beam if its eyes are destroyed.

Notable Attacks/Techniques:

  • Emerald Shoot: A magic based attack that completely nullifies barriers, forcefields, and defensive enchantments on impact, dealing massive damage in the process.
  • Emerald Beam: A laser attack shot from its main eye which drastically lowers an opponent's health and nullifies regeneration.
  • Revenge Stamp: A counterattack that strikes all foes for heavy physical damage and nullifies any time dilation bonuses (i.e. increasing the speed of time around one's self to boost one's speed).


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