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Amulet in Final Fantasy VII.

Amulet (お守り or おまもり, O-mamori?), also known as Good-Luck Charm, Rabite's Foot, and Charm, is a recurring accessory in the series. It commonly increases the user's Luck stat.

Appearances[]

Final Fantasy VII[]

Amulet is an accessory that increases the user's Luck by 10. It can be bought in Mideel for 10,000 gil.

Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-[]

Amulet is an item that raises the chances of critical hits.

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-[]

Good-Luck Charm is an accessory that increases Luck by 100. When used in Materia Fusion, it gives Luck +1. It can be stolen from Tonberry King.

Final Fantasy X-2[]

Rabite's Foot is an accessory that increases Luck by 100, and when a creature consumes 1, they increase their Luck by 5. It can be dropped from Jumbo Cactuar (Normal and Oversoul) or won as a prize in the Chocobo Cup.

Final Fantasy Mystic Quest[]

Charm is an accessory that provides 1 Defense, 1 Magic Defense, and +5 Magic. It can be won at a Battlefield north of Level Forest.

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Etymology[]

An amulet (also known as a "charm") can be any object but its most important characteristic is its alleged power to protect its owner from danger or harm. Amulets are different from talismans as a talisman is believed to bring luck or some other benefit, though it can offer protection as well.

A rabbit's foot in Africa and North America is often carried as an amulet that brings good luck. "Rabite's Foot" is also a reference to the Mana enemy, which debuted in Final Fantasy Adventure. Amusingly, the Rabite does not have a foot.

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