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The following is a list of attributes in Final Fantasy VII Remake.

Attributes[edit | edit source]

Attack Power[edit | edit source]

Attack. Attack Power determines physical damage dealt with blade (for Cloud Strife), gun (for Barret Wallace, and fist (for Tifa Lockhart) weapons. The attribute is boosted by the equipped weapon, and the characters' strengƒth values.

Magic Attack[edit | edit source]

Magic Attack. Magic Attack Power determines magic damage dealt with spells and abilities. The attribute is modified by the characters' equipped weapon and magic values.

Defense[edit | edit source]

Defense. Defense determines physical damage resistance, and each point reduces physical damage by roughly 0.36%. It is modified by a characters' equipped armor and vitality value.

Magic Defense[edit | edit source]

Magic Defense. Magic Defense determines magical damage resistance. It is modified by a characters' equipped armor and spirit value.

Strength[edit | edit source]

Strength. Strength is a characters' value that determines their attack power alongside their weapon. It is boosted by leveling up or by equipped accessories.

Magic[edit | edit source]

Magic. Magic is a characters' value that determines their magic attack power. It is boosted by leveling up or by an equipped accessory.

Vitality[edit | edit source]

Vitality. Vitality is a characters' value that determines their defense. It is boosted by leveling up or by an equipped accessory.

Spirit[edit | edit source]

Spirit. Spirit is a characters' value that determines their magic defense. It is boosted by leveling up or by an equipped accessory.

Luck[edit | edit source]

Luck. Luck determines a characters' chance of dealing a critical hit, or successfully stealing from enemies. It is boosted by leveling up, or by an equipped accessory or the Luck Up materia.

Speed[edit | edit source]

Speed. Speed determines how fast a characters' ATB gauge charges.

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