The "Greens" was the name given to one of the two major nation-states on planet Talin IV by observers from Starfleet's First Contact Office. The name was chosen because of the culture's use of the color green to identify their nation, and because of difficulties Humans had recreating Talin speech.
The Greens were a union of five nation-states on the planet's secondary continent, which consisted primarily of temperate forests and grasslands. Their main political rivals were dubbed the "Browns", the most powerful nation on Talin's primary continent.
During this same period, the Greens were flying space missions to their moon, in cylindrical vessels which differed markedly from those used by the Browns
The Gysahl Greens, originally Carrot in the NES and Gysahl in the PlayStation versions, can be used to summon Fat Chocobo.
|Effect||Summons Fat Chocobo when the smell of chocobo is in the air.|
|Location||Baron, Kaipo, Fabul, Troia, Agart, Dwarf Castle, Tomra, Land of Summons|
|Find||Dwarf Castle (x3)|
There are many different kinds of Greens, used for catching and breeding Chocobos. Listed below:
There are only Gysahl Greens in the entire game. The names of the other Greens in Final Fantasy VII were used as names for alcoholic drinks.
Although not related to Chocobos, Amnesia Greens are used to remove a Guardian Force's learned ability.
|Effect||Summons Chocobo in battle, dealing non-elemental damage to the opponent.|
|Find||Winhill - Chocobo Road, Balamb Garden - Galbadia Attack (SeeD in cafeteria)|
|Refine From||1 Chocobo card into 100 Gysahl Greens (Card Mod)|
|Effect||Call Chocobo on the world map while standing on Chocobo footprints. Also cures Berserk when used in battle.|
|Find||Cleyra's Trunk, Cleyra, Black Mage Village|
There are many different kinds of greens and carrots used as both feed and medicine for raising chocobos. Listed below:
Gysahl Greens are the only greens in Final Fantasy XII. They can be bought as loot in several places. Feeding them to yellow chocobos wandering around certain locations will let you ride them for 3 minutes.
Though not seen, two kinds of Greens; Sylkis and Gysahl, were mentioned by Earl Tyrant as seasoning for his food.
|Alarm Clock - Antidote - Cottage - Dry Ether - Echo Herbs - Elixir - Ether - Eyedrops - Gold Needle - Handkerchief - Healing Powder - Hi-Potion - Holy Water - Maiden's Kiss - Mallet - Megalixir - Mega Phoenix - Mega-Potion - Phoenix Down - Phoenix Pinion - Potion - Remedy - Sleeping Bag - Tent - Turbo Ether - Vaccine - X-Potion|
|Antarctic Wind - Arctic Wind - Blue Fang - Bomb Core - Bomb Crank - Bomb Fragment - Bomb Spirit - Dark Matter - Demoralizer - Dragon Scale - Fish Scale - Gaia Drum - Grenade - Heavenly Wrath - Hourglass - Lilith's Kiss - Malboro Tentacle - Mute Mask - Red Fang - Scroll - Smoke Bomb - Spider's Silk - Stardust - Vampire Fang - White Fang - Zeus's Wrath|
|Bacchus's Wine - Chocobo Feather - Hero Drink - Light Curtain - Lunar Curtain - Speed Drink - Star Curtain - Three Stars - Twin Stars|
|Ammo - Black Hole - Black Orb - Dead Pepper - Dragon Fang - Fuel - Greens - Grimoire - Gysahl Greens - Kilobyte of Memory - Limit Breaker - Loot - Magazine - Magic Lamp - Mako Stones - Occult Fan Magazine - Omega Badge - Rename Card - Solomon Ring - Teleport Stone - Thunder Rock - Tonberry's Knife - Turtle Shell - Wayfarer's Map - Weapons Monthly Magazine|
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|HP Up - Soma Drop - Power Plus - Vit Up - Mind Plus - Spr Up - Speed Plus - Luck Plus|
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This index contains links to all the tables of Unique items found in the game.
Note: Non-Max stat unique items from Shing Jea Island and Istan are not listed under the by-profession quick references.
|Factions||All / Shing Jea||Warrior||Ranger||Monk||Necromancer||Mesmer||Elementalist||Assassin||Ritualist||Paragon||Dervish||-|
|Nightfall||All / Istan||Warrior||Ranger||Monk||Necromancer||Mesmer||Elementalist||Assassin||Ritualist||Paragon||Dervish||-|
|Eye of the North||All||Warrior||Ranger||Monk||Necromancer||Mesmer||Elementalist||Assassin||Ritualist||Paragon||Dervish||generic|
A generic name given to several types of leafy vegetables such as spinach, mustard greens, escarole, dandelion, and turnip greens that are often used in salads. Also referred to as "salad greens".
Greens are vegetables.
|Corellian vegetable greens||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000|
|Dantooine vegetable greens||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000|
|Dathomirian vegetable greens||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000|
|Endorian vegetable greens||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000|
|Kashyyykian vegetable greens||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000|
|Lokian vegetable greens||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000|
|Mustafarian vegetable greens||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000|
|Nabooian vegetable greens||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000|
|Rori vegetable greens||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000|
|Talusian vegetable greens||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000|
|Tatooinian vegetable greens||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000|
|Yavinian vegetable greens||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000||1-1000|