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Supportive Items are all the items on the series whose effect consists on increasing stats or granting positive status to the target. In some games, these items can be classified in other types, specially as miscellaneous. Some of the most recurring items of this type are the Light and Lunar Curtains, which usually grant the Protect and Shell status, respectively, and the Bacchus's Wine, which increases strength or grants the target the Berserk status. Some Ninja Skeans also possess supportive effects.

In most games, these items are scarce and rare, and can only be obtained in few chests, enemy drops, or by using the Steal ability.

In the recent remakes to the older games of Final Fantasy, the increase of supportive items in the games were one of the changes, most notably, to the Dawn of Souls and 20th Anniversary remakes of Final Fantasy.

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Final Fantasy

Main article: List of Final Fantasy Items

List of Support items:

Final Fantasy II

Main article: List of Final Fantasy II Items

List of Support items:

Final Fantasy IV

Main article: List of Final Fantasy IV Items

List of Support items:

Final Fantasy VII

Main article: List of Final Fantasy VII Items

List of Support items:

Final Fantasy VIII

Main article: List of Final Fantasy VIII Items

List of Support items:

  • Hero-Trial
  • Hero
  • Holy War-Trial
  • Holy War
  • Protect Stone
  • Shell Stone
  • Aura Stone

Final Fantasy X

Main article: List of Final Fantasy X Items
List of Supportive Items:
  • Stamina Tablet
  • Mana Tablet
  • Stamina Tonic
  • Mana Tonic
  • Two Stars
  • Three Stars

Final Fantasy X-2

Main article: List of Final Fantasy X-2 Items
List of Supportive Items:

Final Fantasy XII

Main article: List of Final Fantasy XII Items

Some "Motes" in Final Fantasy XII have supportive effects and are rare.

List of Recovery Items:


This article uses material from the "Supportive Items" article on the Final Fantasy wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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