Command materia is a subset of materia in Final Fantasy VII Remake that allows the user to equip certain command abilities in the "Abilities" slot, alongside any default abilities or abilities provided by their weapon. These commands have various effects, and can be linked with Support Materia.
List of materia[edit | edit source]
|Materia||Ability||Level||Effect||AP for level||Price||Location|
|Chakra Materia||Chakra||1||Restores 20% HP of damage taken||0||Initially equipped: Tifa Lockhart|
Found: Sector 5 slums church
Reward:Free Kotch from Corneo's mansion during "In Search of Hope"
|2||Restores 25% HP of damage taken||50|
|3||Restores 30% HP of damage taken||100|
|4||Restores 35% HP of damage taken||300|
|5||Restores 40% HP of damage taken||900|
|Allows you to restore your own HP and cure poison with Chakra. The amount restored is relative to damage received, and more is restored the lower your HP.|
|Assess Materia||Assess||1||Assess one target||0||1000||Obtained: "Problem Solving"|
|2||Assess all targets||300|
|Allows you to use Assess.|
|ATB Boost Materia||ATB Boost||1||Cooldown: 360s||0||Unlocked: Battle Intel Report 4|
|Doubles ATB when activated. Cannot be used continuously. Press + to activate.|
|Prayer Materia||Pray||1||Slight HP restoration||0||Initially equipped: Aerith Gainsborough|
Obtained: "Corneo's Secret Stash"
|2||Modest HP restoration||300|
|3||Moderate HP restoration||600|
|4||Great HP restoration|
|5||Significant HP restoration|
|Allows you to restore the party's HP with Pray.|
|Steal Materia||Steal||1||Attempts to steal an item||0||Unlocked: Battle Intel Report 7|
|Allows you to use Steal.|
|Enemy Skill Materia||Various||1||Various abilities learned from enemies||0||100||Unlocked: Battle Intel Report 16|
|Gives you a chance to learn certain enemy techniques that you've endured and use them as abilities. These abilities can only be used when the materia is set to your equipment.|
Etymology[edit | edit source]
Materia means "matter" or "substance" in Latin, Spanish, and Italian; it also means "subject" in Italian and Spanish, and is the ascendant of Portuguese "Matéria".