Mjollnir

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* [[Final Fantasy X]] as [[Thor's Hammer]] ([[Ixion]] Overdrive)
* [[Final Fantasy X]] as [[Thor's Hammer]] ([[Ixion]] Overdrive)
* [[Final Fantasy XI]] as [[Mjollnir]]
* [[Final Fantasy XI]] as [[Mjollnir]]
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* [[Final Fantasy XIII-2]] as [[Thor's Hammer]] (mentioned)
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* [[Final Fantasy XIV]] as Mjollnir
* [[Final Fantasy Tactics A2]] as [[Mjolnir]]
* [[Final Fantasy Tactics A2]] as [[Mjolnir]]
* [[Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles]] as Mjollnir
* [[Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles]] as Mjollnir
* [[Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers]] as Thor's Hammer
* [[Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers]] as Thor's Hammer
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* [[Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light]] as [[Mjollnir]]
* [[Vagrant Story]] as [[Mjollnir]]
* [[Vagrant Story]] as [[Mjollnir]]
* [[Seiken Densetsu III]] as [[Mjollnir]]
* [[Seiken Densetsu III]] as [[Mjollnir]]
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* [[SaGa II: Goddess of Destiny]] as Thor's Hammer
* [[SaGa II: Goddess of Destiny]] as Thor's Hammer
* [[Ogre Battle 64]] as Mjollnir
* [[Ogre Battle 64]] as Mjollnir
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* [[Dissidia Duodecim: Final Fantasy]] as Thor's Hammer
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* [[Dissidia Duodecim: Final Fantasy]] as Mjollnir, Thor's Hammer
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* [[Final Fantasy Type-0]] as Thor's Hammer
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* [[Final Fantasy Dimensions]] as Mjollnir
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* [[Last Remnant]] as Mjollnir
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* [[Final Fantasy Explorers]] as Mjollnir
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* [[Final Fantasy Record Keeper]] as Thor Hammer, Mjollnir
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* [[Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius]] as Thor's Hammer
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* [[Bravely Second]] as Mjolnir
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* [[Mobius Final Fantasy]] as Mjollnir
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Mjollnir was the hammer that belonged to the Norse god Thor. It was forged by the dwarfs Brokk and Eitri and had the magical ability to return to its caster when thrown.[1]

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References

  1. Bulfinch, Thomas (1959). Bulfinch's Mythology, New York: Laurel. ISBN 0-44030-845-3.
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