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|Japanese Name||English Name||Attack||Effect||Obtained||Price||Description|
|Pine Baton||ATK +8||Initially equipped||Baton made with pine from Northern Europe. It is soft and easy to scratch.|
|Bamboo Shaft||ATK +10||Dropped by Forest Boar||Light baton made of a plant from the orient.|
|Cork Baton||ATK +18||Shop in Agogo Village||200||Baton made from cork. Used by beginners.|
|Maple Baton||ATK +25||Maximum HP increased by 5%||Chest in Fort Fermata||Baton made from maple.|
|Oak Barrel||ATK +28 (Xbox 360), ATK +30 (PS3)||Shop in Forte City||280||Baton made from oak. Made from a sturdy material and inflicts pain.|
|Buffalo Horn||ATK +35 (Xbox 360), ATK +43||Shop on Baroque Ship||500||Baton made from a buffalo's horn. It is transparent and glitters in the sunlight.|
|Harmonic Wind (Xbox 360) / Harmonic Stick (PS3)||ATK +47||Chest on Pirate Ship Dolce||A branch from a mysterious tree that sings in harmony with the wind.|
|Ebony Staff||ATK +52||Maximum HP increased by 5%||Shop in Baroque City||900||Staff adorned with a statue. It has beautiful carvings and captures the heart.|
|Resonating Wand (Xbox 360) / Resonating Stick (PS3)||ATK +55 (Xbox 360), ATK +58 (PS3)||Chest in Wah Lava Cave||Magic wand that confuses the weak.|
|Prophetic Cane||ATK +60 (Xbox 360), ATK +65 (PS3)||Maximum HP increased by 5% (PS3)||Chest in Mandolin Church Catacombs||Cane made from a magic tree long ago. It belonged to a prophet.|
|Gold Baton||ATK +61 (Xbox 360), ATK +67 (PS3)||Maximum HP increased by 5% (Xbox 360), Causes Burst when equipped (PS3)||Shop in Baroque City (second visit)||1300||Gold baton adorned with jewels. Belongs to a billionaire.|
|Oracle Cane||ATK +67 (Xbox 360), ATK +75 (PS3)||MAG +7, Darkness Body (PS3)||Chest in Aria Temple||A cane belonging to a prophet who was exiled for foretelling the future.|
|Muse Rod (Xbox 360) / Muse Baton (PS3)||ATK +86 (Xbox 360), ATK +73 (PS3)||Absorbs 10% of inflicted damage as HP (PS3)||Shop in Baroque City (third visit)||1350||Rod belonging to the Muses. It gives birth to poetical imagination.|
|Apollo's Staff (Xbox 360) / Apollo's Lichanos (PS3)||ATK +78 (Xbox 360), ATK +89 (PS3)||MAG +7, Shining Body (Xbox 360)||Chest in To Coda Ruins||Legendary baton said to be the finger of Apollo, the god of music.|
|Mistilteinn||ATK +100||Shop at Mt. Rock||1900||The lost mistletoe branch. Killed Baldur and started Ragnarok.|
|Voiceless Scepter||ATK +143||Chest in Noise Dunes of Fantasy||Scepter of a king with no people.|
|Freudhersch||ATK +180 (Xbox 360), ATK +185 (PS3)||SPD +30, Chance of stopping the enemy||Chest in Mysterious Unison, Basement Level 10||A baton found after the death of a great conductor. His unparalleled skills lie within.|
Religious, mythological and cultural referencesEdit
- Oracle Cane - "A cane belonging to a prophet who was exiled for foretelling the future." - In many cultures and in Greek mythology, an oracle was a person or agency considered to be a source of wise counsel or prophetic predictions or precognition of the future, inspired by the gods.
- Muse Baton - "Rod belonging to the Muses. It gives birth to poetical imagination." - In Greek mythology, the Muses were goddesses of the inspiration of literature, science and the arts.
- Apollo's Lichanos - "Legendary baton said to be the finger of Apollo, the god of music." - In Greek and Roman mythology, Apollo was a complex god who was a god of light and, indeed, music among many other things. "Lichanos" was an indicator in Greek musical notation.
- Mistleteinn - "The lost mistletoe branch. Killed Baldur and started Ragnarok." - In Norse mythology, Baldr (Baldur) was a god whose death was a harbinger of Ragnarök, a series of a calamitous events including the death of many gods and the submersion of the world in water.
- Freudhersch - "A baton found after the death of a great conductor. His unparalleled skills lie within." - Uncertain origin, possibly a mistranslation. The most famously known Freud was psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud and there are numerous musicians with the names Freud and Hersch, including a noted pianist named Michael Hersch and a jazz pianist named Fred Hersch.
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