Final Fantasy XV Armiger Weapons, Royal Arms, Phantom Weapons Locations Guide
Final Fantasy XV Armiger Weapons Locations Guide to help you find all 13 Phantom Weapons to complete your Armiger Arsenal and unlock the Fateful Heir Achievement/Trophy.
Armiger Weapons in Final Fantasy XV are also referred to as Phantom Weapons or Royal Arms. These are exceptionally powerful weapons of Noctis’ forefathers and can only be wielded by him.
However, it is important to note that using them constantly drains Noctis’ HP which is why you need to use them wisely. These weapons are found in Royal Tombs.
Final Fantasy XV Armiger Weapons Locations Guide
In our Final Fantasy XV Armiger Weapons Locations Guide, we have discussed the locations of all available Phantom Weapons in the game.
Final Fantasy XV Royal Arms Locations
Sword of the Wise
After you learn about the Insomnia invasion, you need to head over to the north side of The Three Valleys in order to find the Tomb of the Wise. Once you are there, you need to speak with Cor Leonis in order to learn more about Royal Arms, how to use them, and to get Sword of the Wise.
Axe of the Conqueror
Once you have acquired Sword of the Wise, head over to the end of Keycatrich Trench Dungeon which is located on the east of the Tomb of the Wise. Once again, Cor Leonis leads the way and helps you find the Axe of the Conqueror. However, after this Royal Arm, Cor Leonis provides you with a key to accessing the other Royal Tombs and leaves you on your own.
Greatsword of the Tall
In order to get this Phantom Weapon, you need to head over to Fallgrove in Duscae. Once there, head towards the Costlemark Dungeon with a tough monster inside. After you are done with the monster, you should be able to find the Greatsword of the Tall.
Swords of the Wanderer
You can easily find this Royal Arm while pursuing Sword in the Waterfall quest. While pursuing the quest, you need to head to the west side of the icy caves and find the Phantom Weapon inside the Tomb of the Wanderer.
Blade of the Mystic
You can find this Phantom Weapon as a part of the Archaean quest. While you are pursuing this quest, you need to head inside the tomb and find the Blade of the Mystic located at the very end of a hallway.
Mace of the Fierce
In order to find the Mace of the Fierce, you need to head over to the south-west corner of the Cleigne and inside the Rock of Ravatogh Dungeon. Once you are inside the dungeon, you should be able to get your hands on the Royal Arm at the very end.
Staff of the Pious
The Staff of the Pious can be found inside the Malmalam Thicket Dungeon. Once you are done with the Bandersnatch lurking within, you should be able to find the Royal Arm.
Bow of the Clever
This Royal Arm is located inside the Balouve Mines Dungeon which can be found in the area between Galdin Quay and Hammerhead. Once you are done with the dungeon boss, you should be able to claim the weapon for your efforts.
Star of the Rogue
In order to get the Start of the Rogue, you need to proceed towards the south side of Vesperpool followed by heading inside the Myrlwood Dungeon. The Phantom Weapon lies at the very end of the dungeon.
Shield of the Just
This Royal Arm is located inside the Tomb of the Just. In order to find the tomb, you need to head towards the west side of the Disc, arriving at Thommels Glade. There is no dungeon here and you should be able to claim the Phantom Weapon after dealing with a few animals inhabiting the area.
Katana of the Warrior
If you simply follow the Hand of the King quest, you should be able to find the Royal Tomb leading to this Royal Arm. There is a tough battle awaiting at the very end of the dungeon which you need to defeat in order to find the Katana of the Warrior.
Trident of the Oracle
This Phantom Weapon is a part of the game’s Main Missions. You automatically get it during the train sequence in the Breath of the Glacian.
Sword of the Father
This is another Armiger Weapon you get during the course of the Main Missions. This one is automatically acquired after you lose everything in Zegnautus Keep.
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