There are a plethora of weapons to find, buy or gain through RNG in Trials of Mana, and if you’re feeling a little overwhelmed by just how many there are, you’re not alone. That’s why we’re here to help with a guide covering what the best weapons you can get in Trials of Mana are.
Trials of Mana Best Weapons Guide
While there are a slew of weapons with definitively good stats in Trials of Mana, the best weapons for you will largely depend on how much time you’re willing to put into tracking them down.
If you’d prefer to spend as little time as possible on hunting down weapons so you can focus on the game’s story and quests, then the best weapons for you are the Dragon-based weapons for sale in Pedda. Though not the strongest weapons out there, these weapons don’t require grinding multiple different items or relying on RNG, and remain useful even in the post-game.
Not only that, but you’ll be able to equip them to your characters regardless of what class track you’ve upgraded them along.
Their only real drawback is their price to obtain. If you don’t quite have enough Lucre to afford each of your party members’ respective weapons, then you can refer to our guide on how to get Lucre fast to rack up some funds quickly.
How to Get Item Seed Weapons
If you don’t mind a bit of grinding and RNG shenanigans though, Trials of Mana does have several weapons stronger than the Dragon-based weapons in terms of stats.
Obtained by planting Gold Item Seeds and Rainbow Item Seeds in the planter boxes found in inns throughout the game, these weapons serve as secret armaments that can drastically improve each of your characters’ damage output in battle.
However, they come with a few catches. Each one is tied to a specific class line – in other words, the Light or Dark class line for each character – and can only be equipped to said character if they’re on that class line.
For example, if you obtain the secret Dark weapon for Duran but have him changed to classes along the Light path, then you won’t be able to equip this secret weapon.
And that’s only if you manage to obtain them. As mentioned above, each one is only available from planting specific Seeds for items. There’s no guarantee they’ll drop, and even if you max out the planter box’s level, the chances of them appearing is fairly slim.
Fortunately, we’ve done the leg work and found as many as we can. Each weapon’s info is listed in the table down below, and we’ll be updating it as we find more so you can decide whether or not obtaining them yourself is worth the hassle.
|Weapon||Who Can Equip||Stats||Class Path Needed to Equip|
|Triumph Blade||Duran||143 Attack, 92 Magic Attack||Light|
|Hrunting||Duran||160 Attack, 97 Magic Attack||Dark|
|Queen Scepter||Angela||88 Attack, 168 Magic Attack||Light|
|Chaos Chaser||Angela||92 Attack, 168 Magic Attack||Dark|
|Spharai||Kevin||155 Attack, 97 Magic Attack||Light|
|Lindorm||Kevin||172 Attack, 101 Magic Attack||Dark|
|Sacrend||Charlotte||88 Attack, 126 Magic Attack||Light|
|Helheim||Charlotte||126 Attack, 126 Magic Attack||Dark|
|Fraenir||Hawkeye||129 Attack, 114 Magic Attack||Light|
|Agni||Hawkeye||133 Attack, 126 Magic Attack||Dark|
|Brunedge||Riesz||118 Attack, 105 Magic Attack||Light|
|Vedfolnir||Riesz||147 Attack, 118 Magic Attack||Dark|
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