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[[File:FF4HoL Gems.png|right|thumb|200px|All eight types of gems that appear in ''Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light''.]]
 
[[File:FF4HoL Gems.png|right|thumb|200px|All eight types of gems that appear in ''Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light''.]]
 
[[File:FFT4HoL Gem Icon.png|left]]
 
[[File:FFT4HoL Gem Icon.png|left]]
'''Gems''' {{J|宝石|Hōseki}} are a special type of item in ''[[Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light]]'' that don't take space from the inventory, but are stored in a separate menu. The player can hold maximum of 99 gems of a certain type at once. Gems are received as [[Item drop|battle spoils]] from enemies and found during battle with [[Merchant (The 4 Heroes of Light)|Merchant]] abilities. The rarest types of gems, Diamonds, are only received from bosses.
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'''Gems''' {{J|宝石|Hōseki}} are a special type of item in ''[[Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light]]'' that don't take space from the inventory, but are stored in a separate menu. The player can hold maximum of 99 gems of a certain type at once. Gems are received as [[Item Drop|battle spoils]] from enemies and found during battle with [[Merchant (The 4 Heroes of Light)|Merchant]] abilities. The rarest types of gems, Diamonds, are only received from bosses.
   
 
The gems can be sold to earn [[gil|G]], used to learn new abilities on the characters' [[Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light crowns|crowns]], or used to boost the characters' equipment in a shop in [[Urbeth]]. The further the player enhances their crowns or equipment, the more and rarer types of gems are required.
 
The gems can be sold to earn [[gil|G]], used to learn new abilities on the characters' [[Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light crowns|crowns]], or used to boost the characters' equipment in a shop in [[Urbeth]]. The further the player enhances their crowns or equipment, the more and rarer types of gems are required.

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