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Sleep in Final Fantasy V.

Sleep (スリプル, Suripuru), also known as Sleepel, is a recurring Black Magic spell that inflicts the status of the same name. It is usually one of the earliest Black Magic spells obtained in the game.

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Final Fantasy

Sleep, known as SLEP in the Famicom release and Sleep1 in the Origins release, is a Level 1 Black Magic spell that can be bought in Cornelia and can be learned by the Black Mage, Black Wizard, Red Mage, Red Wizard, and Ninja Job classes. It inflicts Sleep on all enemies, however it has a low success rate. In the Dawn of Souls and 20th Anniversary Edition release the spell costs 3 MP to cast.

Final Fantasy II

Sleep is a Black Magic spell which puts one or all enemies to Sleep. The success rate increases with the spell's level. Any character can learn Sleep by having them use the Sleep Tome (called the Sleep Scroll in the Origins release).

Sleep Tome
Effect Allows the target to learn Sleep when used outside of battle. Casts Sleep VIII on all enemies when used in battle.
Buy In N/A
Find In Tropical Island
Won From Dark Soul, Ogre Mage
Cost N/A

Final Fantasy III

Sleep is a Level 1 Black Magic spell that can be bought in Kazus, Tozus, and the Vikings' Cove.

Final Fantasy IV

Sleep is a Black Magic spell that Rydia can use, both at Level 8 while as a child, and again automatically when she rejoins as an adult. It costs 15 MP in the SNES and DS versions, and 12 MP in the PS and GBA versions.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Sleep is a Black Magic spell that Fusoya, Palom, Rydia, Biggs, and the Black Mage start with, while Leonora learns it at level 22. It costs 12 MP to cast.

Final Fantasy V

Sleep is a level 2 Black Magic spell, bought in Karnak and Crescent for 300 gil. It costs 3 MP to cast.

Final Fantasy VI

Sleep is a Gray Magic spell, costing 5 MP to cast. It can be learned through Siren at a x10 rate.

Final Fantasy VII

Sleepel is automatically on the Seal materia and costs 8 MP to cast.

Final Fantasy VIII

Sleep can be drawn from several early enemies and can be Junctioned to stats.

Final Fantasy IX

Sleep is a Black Magic spell available only to Vivi, and is learned from the Flame Staff. It costs 10 MP to cast, and can be learned for 20 AP. The spell has a 50% Accuracy.

Final Fantasy X-2

Sleep is part of the Dark Knight's Arcana skill set, however it is not learned via the dressphere, only becoming available when equipping the Dream Shock accessory or the Garment Grid Restless Sleep. Sleep can also be used via Yuna's Festival-Goer Dressphere ability Flare Geta.

Final Fantasy XI

Sleep is a Black Magic spell available to Black Mages, Red Mages, and Dark Knights. It is the first, fastest casting, shortest in duration, and easiest of all Sleep spells to obtain. It may be purchased from a vendor for 2,600 gil or less, depending on fame. Upgrade versions include Sleep II, Sleepga, and Sleepga II.

Final Fantasy XII

Final Fantasy XII includes two levels of the spell as Green Magick: Sleep (single target) and Sleepga (multiple targets). This game also introduced the very first Item specifically used to awaken characters: the Alarm Clock.

The International Zodiac Job System version lists both Sleep and Sleepga as Black Magick License 4 and 10 respectively. Sleep costs 30 LP and consumes 10 MP while Sleepga costs 90 LP and consumes 26 MP. Both cannot be bought; Sleep is found in a chest in the Dreadnought Leviathan's Starboard Section and Ogir-Yensa Sandsea Platform 1 East Tanks, while Sleepga is found in Giruvegan's Haalmika Water-Steps.

Final Fantasy Adventure

Slep is learned through a magic book and inflicts Sleep on all enemies within the area. It costs 1 MP.

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