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Class Conjuror Conjuror Spell Icon HO Wheel Icon
Level 16
Category (Target) DD (Enemy)
 Casting Time  3.0 seconds
 Recast time  45.0 seconds
 Duration  6.0
Conjuror: Petrify Spell Line
Level Spell Name
16 Petrify
30 Frozen by Time
44 Harden
58 Calcify
Stuns the conjuror's target and deals instant magic damage. The stun effect does not apply to epic targets. Upgrades to this spell decrease the chance to resist the duration of this effect.

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Final Fantasy

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From Final Fantasy Wiki

Rydia and Rosa both petrified in Final Fantasy IV DS.
The Petrify symbol as seen in Final Fantasy IV (DS).
For the status effect in Final Fantasy IV and Final Fantasy XII, see Gradual Petrify
For the Enemy Ability in Final Fantasy IV, see Stone Gaze

Petrify, also known as Stone, is an especially dangerous status effect from the Final Fantasy series. A unit that is petrified turns to stone and is unable to take any action whatsoever. Units that are petrified cannot take damage, however, they can still be targeted. Petrified units are considered defeated, and if all allies are defeated, the game is over. Petrify can be cured by using a Gold Needle or the White Magic Stona.

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Final Fantasy

The petrified status can be removed with a gold needle (or SOFT potion in the original) or with the Stona spell (SOFT in the original). The enemy attack Glance inflicts Petrify.

Final Fantasy III

The Level 7 spell Breakga can inflict this status.

Final Fantasy IV

The Petrify status is a plot device used when Palom and Porom cast Break on themselves. The status itself immediately turns the victim to stone.

In the Nintendo DS version, Petrify and Stone exist as seperate status ailments. The Petrify status acts like Gradual Petrify, eventually turing a character to stone if enough turns pass. "Stone" is the term used to refer to the latter condition.

Game Element Type Effect
Break Black Magic Inflicts Petrify on 1 target or all targets.
Cockatrice Summon Attempts to Petrify.
Hug Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify.
Medusa Arrows Weapon/Ammo Inflicts Petrify on a target, but must be used with a bow.
Aegis Shield Shield Protects against Petrify.
Gaia Gear Armor Protects against Petrify.

Final Fantasy V

Game Element Type Effect
Break Black Magic Inflicts Petrify.
Shoat Summon Inflicts Petrify.
Beak Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify.
Delta Attack Enemy Attack Inflicts moderate non-elemental damage and Petrify.
Evil Eye Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify.
Hug Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify.
White Ball Enemy Attack Inflicts Death and Petrify.

Final Fantasy VI

Game Element Type Effect
Break Magic Inflicts Petrify.
Remedy Magic Cures Petrify as well as many other statuses.
Spiraler Blitz Cures Petrify as well as other statuses at the cost of sacrificing the user.
Cockatrice Dance Inflicts Petrify.
Harvester Dance Cures Petrify as well as many other statuses.
Tapir Dance Cures Petrify as well as many other statuses.
Wild Bear Dance Cures Petrify as well as many other statuses.
Pep Up Lore Sacrifices user to fully restore HP and remove all statuses (including Petrify).
Shoat Summon Demon Eye. Inflicts Petrify
Unicorn Summon Heal Horn. Cures Petrify as well as many other statuses.
Delta Attack Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify.
Dread Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify.
Mind Blast Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify

Final Fantasy VII

Game Element Type Effect
Break Magic Inflicts major Earth elemental damage as well as Petrify.
White Wind Enemy Skill Restores HP equal to caster's current HP and cures all statuses (including Petrify).
Deadly Needles Enemy Attack Inflicts minor non-elemental damage and Petrify.
Petrif-Eye Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify and moderate non-elemental damage.
Stone Stare Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify.
Jem Ring Accessory Prevents Petrify and Slow.

Final Fantasy VIII

Game Element Type Effect
Break Magic Inflicts Petrify.
Blaster Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify.
Petrify Stare Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify.

Final Fantasy IX

Petrifying an enemy will not earn the player EXP from that enemy, however they will still earn AP. In addition, some enemies are stone-based, and items and magic that would normally cure the Petrify status will instantly kill these enemies. Again, the player will not earn EXP from defeating enemies in this way.

The petrification spell plays a role in the storyline when the entire Evil Forest turns to stone and Blank is petrified along with it. The party then must find a Supersoft to restore him.

Game Element Type Effect
Break Black Magic Inflicts Petrify.
Stona White Magic Cures Petrify and Gradual Petrify.
Devil's Bell Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify.
Petrify Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify.
Needle Fork Weapon Has Petrify as an Add-Status.
Obelisk Weapon Has Petrify as an Add-Status.
Sargantanas Weapon Has Petrify as an Add-Status
Jelly Auto-Ability Protects against Petrify and Gradual Petrify.

Final Fantasy X

When fighting against bosses and some tougher enemies, if left in petrify status, an additional physical attack will shatter the character; removing that party member for the remainder of the battle. If the character is Petrified underwater, he or she will immediately sink to the bottom, and shatter. Shattered characters can not be revived until after the battle ends.

Game Element Type Effect
Blaster Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify.
Break Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify
Breath Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify. Only used by Demonoliths.
Cold Stare Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify
Daigoro Enemy Attack Inflicts minor non-elemental damage as well as Petrify. Only appears in the International version, and is used by Dark Yojimbo.
Eraser Enemy Attack Always inflicts Petrify regardless if there is protection or not.
Gastric Juice Blast Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify, ignoring defense, and deals non-elemental damage.
Impulse Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify
Jecht Beam Enemy Attack Inflicts minor non-elemental damage as well as Petrify.
Stone Gaze Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify.
Stone Glare Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify as well as all Breaks, Slow, and Delay Buster. Only appears in the International Version and is used by Dark Bahamut.
Stone Punch Enemy Attack Inflicts non-elemental damage and Petrify.
Stonetouch Auto-Ability Inflicts Petrify half the time when attacking physically.
Stonestrike Auto-Ability Inflicts Petrify when attacking physically.
Stoneward Auto-Ability Protects against Petrify 50% of the time.
Stoneproof Auto-Ability Protects against Petrify.
Petrify Grenade Item Attempts to Petrify all enemies.

Final Fantasy X-2

Game Element Type Effect
Stone Breath Blue Bullet Spell Inflicts Petrify on all enemies.
Stone Flurry Paine's Pet Inflicts non-elemental damage and Petrify.
Cait Blizzard Rikku's Mascot Inflicts Ice elemental damage to one target, as well as a chance to inflict Petrify or Poison.
Cait Fire Rikku's Mascot Inflicts Fire elemental damage to one target, as well as a chance to inflict Petrify or Poison.
Cait Thunder Rikku's Mascot Inflicts Lightning elemental damage to one target, as well as a chance to inflict Petrify or Poison.
Cait Water Rikku's Mascot Inflicts Water elemental damage to one target, as well as a chance to inflict Petrify or Poison.
Stone Knife Paine's Mascot Inflicts non-elemental damage and Petrify.
Ash Floralysis Floral Fallal Inflicts Petrify and non-elemental damage to all enemies.
Break Missile Machina Maw Inflicts Petrify and non-elemental damage.
Rock Wing Full Throttle Inflicts non-elemental damage and Petrify.
Petrify O-men Festival-Goer Inflicts non-elemental damage and Petrify.
Breath of the Gorgon Enemy Attack Inflicts damage equal to half of remaining HP and inflicts Petrify to party.
Karma Enemy Ability Inflicts damage equal to half of remaining HP and MP and inflicts Petrify.
Pernicious Powder Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify as well as other statuses.
Russian Roulette Enemy Attack Inflicts non-elemental damage as well as Petrify or other statuses.
Stone Fang Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify and non-elemental damage.
Stoneproof Auto-Ability Protects against Petrify.
Petrify Grenade Item, Enemy Attack Inflicts Petrify and non-elemental damage to all enemies.

Final Fantasy XI

Petrification is a status effect that can be inflicted by enemies (though players cannot inflict this effect). A petrified player still appears normally, but are unable to move or perform any action unless it is removed or wears off.

Final Fantasy XII

"The character has been turned to stone and cannot move or act. Remove with a Gold Needle."

Stone is the "petrified" status. The character simply vanish from the battlefield, but can be returned to battle using Stona or Gold Needle item. If all characters are turned to Stone, the game is over.

Unlike in most games, characters won't instantly turn to stone. Instead, a countdown will appear by the health bar above there head, like the Doom status. Thus, a character inflected with it can cure themselves of it.

Final Fantasy Tactics

Stone, also known as Petrify, causes a target to stop moving. The target cannot do anything or take damage, but if all characters are turned to Stone, the game is over. Mustadio's special ability, Seal Evil, will instantly turn an undead enemy to stone. There's also an item called Stone Gun which turns into stone those who equipped with it.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

The Petrify status ailment turns a unit into an immovable statue. Several abilities that inflict this status are the Assassin's Rockseal, the Bishop's Break, and the Coeurl's Blaster. A unit may be cured of petrification with the Gold Needle item. Interestingly, the Judge can relocate petrified units just as they can to KO'ed units. Units take minimal damage while Petrified, but if defeated will return to flesh and be KO'd like normal.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

Petrification is possible from a few enemies, such as the Cockatrices of Mine of Cathuriges and the Antlion of Lynari Desert.

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