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Bravery as seen in the DS version of Final Fantasy IV.
Symbol as seen in Final Fantasy IV (DS).

Bravery (ブレイブ, Bureibu), also known as Valor, is a recurring magic and status buff. Its effects include increasing the character's physical damage.

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Final Fantasy IV

Bravery is one of the new spells that can be accessed when Edge and Rydia or Cecil are using Twincast, and by anyone when they use the Recall command through the new Augment Ability system in the DS version. It boosts the entire party's Attack power.

Final Fantasy VI

Valor is a spell exclusive to the Advance release learned from the new Esper Gilgamesh. It costs 20 MP to cast, and affects the entire party. It triples the strength of the next physical attack. Multi-hit attacks like the Master's Scroll only increase the power of the first strike. If an attack is physical but relies on a set factor, like Coin Toss, it still increases in power.

Final Fantasy XII

"The character is emboldened and grows greatly in strength, increasing physical damage dealt. The effect is temporary."

Bravery is a Green Magick spell that inflicts the Bravery status. While under the Bravery status, a character gets a 30 - 50% boost to Strength.

In the International Zodiac Job System version, Bravery is a White Magick 9 License. Costs 80 LP and 24 MP, it cannot be bought and can be found in a chest in Necrohol of Nabudis' Cloister of the Highborn. Bravery can be learned by the White Mage Job class, the Knight through the Hashmal Esper License, and Monk through a Quickening License.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

The Bravery status raises a unit's Attack. Penelo's War Dance and the Judge of Wings's Heroism are a few of the spells that grant this status effect.

Final Fantasy XIII

The spell is accessible to characters wielding the "Synergist" role in their particular Paradigms, known as "Enhancer" in the Japanese version.

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