Royal Arms and Where to Find Them

Royal Arms are the powerful weapons from the previous King of Lucis. There are 13 known Royal Arms in the game hidden in the Royal Tombs. Royal Arms play a significant part in the Final Fantasy XV series and involve in many game main story quests.

Royal Arms can be equipped by only Noctis granting him the power of the past king. In compensation to their great power, they consume the wielder life force, HP in this case. Once the third Royal Arms, the Sword of the Wanderer, is unlocked, Noctis acquires a new combat mechanic, his ultimate Armiger ability.

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Some Royal Arms can be found completely outside of the main story quests in the open world. They are mostly located in the deepest part of the dungeon.

Here’s a list of all available Royal Arms with their locations.

Name Stats Location
Sword of the Wise Attack 194
HP +100
Vitality +30
Magic +30
Spirit +30
Main story quest “Legacy” in Chapter 2
Axe of the Conqueror Attack 483
Strength +60
Vitality +80
Main story quest “Legacy” in Chapter 2
Greatsword of the Tall Attack 518
Health +200
Spirit -30
Fire resistance -40%
Ice resistance -40%
Lightning resistance -40%
Dark resistance -40%
Costlemark Tower dungeon, at least level 50 party is recommended
Swords of the Wanderer 153 Attack
Vitality +50
Spirit +50
Main story quest “Sword in the Waterfall” in Chapter 2
Mace of The Fierce 334 Attack
Health +300
Shot resistance -50%
Rock of Ravatogh dungeon, at least level 30 party is recommended
Blade of the Mystic Attack 396
Health +150
Vitality +30
Dark resistance +20%
Main story quest  “The Archaean” in Chapter 4
Scepter of the Pious Attack 237
Magic +150
Dark resistance +50%
Malmalam Thicket dungeon, at least level 30 party is recommended
Bow of the Clever Attack 203
Magic +80
Shot resistance +50%
Balouve Mines dungeon, at least level 50 party is recommended
Star of the Rogue Attack 177
Fire resistance +20%
Ice resistance +20%
Lightning resistance +20%
Myrlwood dungeon, at least level 30 party is recommended
Shield of the Just Attack 251
Health +500
MP +50
Strength -100
Vitality +100
Fire resistance +10%
Ice resistance +10%
Lightning resistance +10%
Dark resistance +10%
Shot resistance +10%
Thommels Glade, slightly west of the Disc
Katana of The Warrior Attack 361
Spirit +100
Fire resistance +25%
Ice resistance +25%
Lightning resistance +25%
Dark resistance -50%
Main story quest “Hand of the King” in Chapter 10
Trident of the Oracle Attack 388
MP +60
Main story quest “Breath of the Glacian” in Chapter 12
Sword of the Father Attack 144
Strength +100
Magic +100
Main story quest almost at the end of the game.

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