Vajra

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Meaning both "diamond" and "thunderbolt." As thunderbolt, it is the principle weapon of [[Indra]] and often appears in blade form. As a diamond, it is a pendant worn for protection and the equivalent of dorje.
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Meaning both "diamond" and "thunderbolt." As thunderbolt, it is the principle weapon of [[Indra]] and often appears in blade form. As a diamond, it is a pendant worn for protection and the equivalent to a dorje.
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* [[Final Fantasy Tactics Advance]] as [[Vajra]]
* [[Final Fantasy Tactics Advance]] as [[Vajra]]
* [[Final Fantasy Tactics A2]] as [[Vajra]]
* [[Final Fantasy Tactics A2]] as [[Vajra]]
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* [[Final Fantasy Type-0]] as Vajra
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* [[Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII]] as Vajra
* [[Chrono Trigger]] as [[Vajra]] (DS)
* [[Chrono Trigger]] as [[Vajra]] (DS)
* [[Blood of Bahamut]] as [[Vajra]]
* [[Blood of Bahamut]] as [[Vajra]]
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* [[Ogre Battle 64]] as Vajra
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* [[Tactics Ogre]] as Vajra
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* [[SaGa III: Light or Shadow]] as Vajra
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* [[Romancing SaGa 2]] as Vajra
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* [[Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call]] as Vajra
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* [[Final Fantasy Explorers]] as Vajra
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Meaning both "diamond" and "thunderbolt." As thunderbolt, it is the principle weapon of Indra and often appears in blade form. As a diamond, it is a pendant worn for protection and the equivalent to a dorje.


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