A piece from a coral found in the Sea of Ewohl. Too brittle to be much use for crafting.
Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift description
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Coral found in the cave at Ebot's Rock.
Coral Fragment is an item that teaches Quistis the Blue Magic Electrocute. It can drop from a level 1–19 Blitz, level 1–29 Cockatrice, or level 1–29 Creeps, be mugged from a level 1-29 Creeps, or refining Creeps card x1 for Coral Fragment x1. Coral Fragment can also be refined into Thundara spell x20.
This fragment came from Bastore coral.
Coral Fragment is an item use to make Seadog Gun, Vivified Coral, Coral Cuisses, Coral Subligar, Coral Finger Gauntlets, Coral Mittens, Coral Greaves, Coral Leggings, Coral Hairpin, Coral Visor, Coral Cap, Coral Gorget, Coral Harness, Coral Ring, Coral Scale Mail, Coral Earring, Clown's Subligar, Coral Bangles, Coral Sword, Igqira Tiara, Cursed Harness, Bay Aquarium, Reef Aquarium, and Saltwater Aquarium. It is dropped by Delta Sahagin, Shore Sahagin, Lagoon Sahagin, Coastal Sahagin, Mamool Ja Frogman, Chukwa, Overlord Bakgodek, Baba Yaga, Lachrymater, Gancanagh, and Gangly Gean. It can also be obtained from excavating, Fishing, Chocobo digging, and clamming.
Embodies the prayers of water spirits. Light and soft like a feather.
Coral Fragment is a low-ranked Glistening Shard that can be Scavenged from Sparkling Stone on Oghu, the Veiled Isle or bought at the Sky Saloon in Chapter 8 for 3887 gil (10% discount). It can be used to craft Rainmaker, Coral Blade, Whale Whisker, and Galatyn.
The fragmented shards of monster bones. Touch them lightly and they will crumble.
Coral Fragments is a loot that can be obtained from completing the missions "Chita on Weapons - Novices" and "Prepared With Love". It is required in creating the Staff of Protection, Massive Bazooka, Genji Helm, and Cachusha. It sells for 350 gil.
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Precious coral is the common name given to Corallium rubrum and several related species of marine coral. The distinguishing characteristic of precious corals is their durable and intensely colored red or pink skeleton, which is used for making jewelry.