Protective charm worn around the neck. Prevents poison, darkness, and zombie.
The Amulet is a relic that prevents Poison, Blind, and Zombie. It can be bought in Tzen, Albrook, Nikeah, and South Figaro for 5,000 gil, dropped from Borghese and Cloudwraith, or stolen from Borghese, Outcast, and Bit.
The Amulet is an accessory that raises Zack's Spirit by 30. One can be obtained from the civilians in the Loveless Avenue in Chapter 3, bought from Sector 6 Accessory Shop for 1,000 gil, and as a mission reward for Mission 05-1-2.
There seems to be some use for this...
The Amulet is an accessory that raises the wearer's Magic by 10. It can be bought for 1,000 gil from Rin's Travel Agency in the Calm Lands in (chapters 1/2), dropped by Guardian Beast and stolen from League Mage.
|Amulet||Magic +60||Buy: 1000|
|Find: Galdin Quay|
Shop: Wiz Chocobo Post, Coernix Station - Cauthess
A charm imbued with feeling and passion. Enhances magic slightly.
An amulet consisting of a mythril ring and orichalcum setting in which various Eisenberg-mined gemstones are mounted. It is said to raise the wearer's intelligence.
Amulet is a basic accessory that increases Defense during a Chase Sequence by 10%. It can be obtained by trading 1,300 gil, a Gale Powder, and a Lithe Powder.
The Amulet increases Chase Bravery Defense by 5%. It can be obtained by trading Warrior's Dream x3, Lady's Dream x3, Moonflow x3, and 1,500 gil.
The Final Fantasy VI version of the Amulet appears as an accessory. It is a rank 4 accessory that grants +20 Magic.
A small amulet that wards off evil. It's common for the amulet to be worn from the neck, but many adventurers hang it upon their weapon or armor as a token. The amulets takes on different forms, reflecting the distinct features of the location they are made in, such as the popular amulet from Olderion which is made in the shape of a water god.
Amulet is an accessory that provides DEF +3, SPR +3, MP +15%, and MAG +15%. It is obtained from the exploration of Clouds of Lasting Light, requiring a Black Key to open the chest.
An amulet 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.