An anklet made of gold that protects the wearer against stone. As the name of the spell suggests, petrify magic can render the body immobile by turning it into stone. At times petrifying attacks launched by enemies can be so severe that not even a gold needle or the esuna spell can cancel their effect. Not only can the stone ailment reduce a warrior's battle power, but if all the members of a fighting party are turned into stone, it would immediately spell their demise. It is best for at least one party member to be well prepared against such a situation.Final Fantasy Brave Exvius description
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Gold Anklet is an accessory that prevents Petrification, provides +4 Defense and Magic Defense, and having a creature consume 2 Gold Anklets will teach it Stoneproof. It can be bought for 5,000 gil at Guadosalam (chapters 1, 2, and 5), or as a prize by dispatching a level 5 chocobo to Mt. Gagazet.
Gold Anklet is an accessory for Element Ward which prevents Burn, Freeze, and Shock. It can be bought in Azurr for 12000 gil, as a reward for completing the Tasks "Do unto Others or "Probing into the Past II, and as a Special Bounty for harvesting 400 phantoma with a character or earning S-rank on Officer difficulty on Operation Breakthrough". It sells for 1200 gil.
Gold Anklet is an accessory obtained by buying it for 20 Star Quartz from the Fat Chocobo at Town of Kolts, as the reward as turning the Earth Key from Port City Lodin, and as the reward for completing the quest My Object of Affection. It provides 3 DEF and immunity to Petrify.
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Gold is a chemical element with the symbol Au and atomic number 79. It is a dense, soft, malleable and ductile metal with a bright yellow color and luster, the properties of which remain without tarnishing when exposed to air or water.