This sanctified water is most efficacious in increasing resistance to debuffs, with no ill side effects.
Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift description
The Holy Water (聖水, Seisui?), also known as Revivify, is a consumable item that appears in various games. It usually cures the Zombie status. In some versions, Holy Water is used to remove the status effect Curse. In some games it can also be used against undead opponents as an instant kill.
- 1 Appearances
- 1.1 Final Fantasy V
- 1.2 Final Fantasy VI
- 1.3 Final Fantasy VIII
- 1.4 Final Fantasy X
- 1.5 Final Fantasy XI
- 1.6 Final Fantasy XIII
- 1.7 Final Fantasy XIV
- 1.8 Final Fantasy Tactics
- 1.9 Final Fantasy Tactics Advance
- 1.10 Final Fantasy Legend II
- 1.11 Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles
- 2 Non-Final Fantasy appearances
- 3 Gallery
- 4 Etymology
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Removes zombie status.
|Buy||Regole and beyond.|
|Steal||Blood Slime, Death Dealer, Ferry Walk, Grand Mummy, Necromancer, The Damned, Alte Roite|
|Drop||Bald Money, Blood Slime, Landsquid Mummy, Lycaon, Necromancer, Red Harpy, Shadow, The Damned|
Cures zombie status.
Holy Water can instantly kill undead enemies. It will also restore 1/8th of a character's Max HP. Holy Water will restore HP regardless of being under the Zombie status.
|Buy||Kohlingen and onwards|
|Find||[WoB] Maranda - Box, [WoB] Vector (during Banquet) - Chest|
|Steal||FossilFang, Apparite, Black Dragon|
|Drop||Orog, Over-Mind, Osteosaur, Ing, Mad Oscar, Ogor, Apparite, PowerDemon, Exoray, Necromancr|
|Morph||Anguiform, Brain Pan, Buffalax, Sand Horse, General, Ogor, Wart Puck, Gobbler, Toe Cutter, Misfit, Latimeria, Hemophyte, Sp Forces, Opinicus, Mantodea, Osprey|
|Effect||Removes Zombie and Curse.|
|Buy||All item shops|
|Refine||Zombie Powder x1 = Holy Water x3 (ST Med-RF)|
Cures zombie and curse.
70 can be used to customize Zombietouch to a weapon.
|Effect||Cures Zombie and Curse.|
|Buy||Calm Lands and beyond.|
|Effect||Cures Curse, Itchy, and Pointless.|
|Buy||All item shops.|
|Find||Besaid Village (chapter 1/3), Mi'ihen Highroad (chapter 1/2/3/5)|
|Steal||Yevon Striker, Yevon's Finest|
|Drop||Arast, Elder Zurvan, Grim Gaze, Varan, Vertigo|
- Main article: Holy Water (FFXIclopedia)
Holy Water cures Curse, and has a small chance of removing the Doom status (but it frequently fails to take effect). Holy Water can be bought from various merchants as well as crafted by alchemists. It is also a valuable ingredient for synthesizing Holy weapons.
|Effect||Removes Curse from one ally.|
|Buy||Unicorn Mart from Chapter 7.|
Removes Curse from one ally.
|Effect||Removes Curse from one ally.|
Water blessed by an anointed Halonic Orthodox priest. Used to exorcise most evil spirits from worldly items.
Holy Water and the related Hallowed Water appear in the Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward expansion. They can be crafted by high-level alchemists. They serve as crafting materials, primarily used to treat certain cloth and lumber into more powerful variants, allowing one to synthesize higher-level equipment.
Use holy water to lift the curse of undeath from a unit.
|Effect||Removes Undead and Vampire statuses from an ally.|
|Buy||Outfitters: Chapter 2, second battle at Merchant City of Dorter.|
Holy water restores true life to zombies.
|Effect||Cures Zombie status.|
It can be Mirrored by a Ranger to lower a target's Resilience.
|Effect||Increases the resilience against debuffs.|
Curse has a potion icon before its name. It can be bought in numerous towns across the various worlds for 300 GP. It has 4 uses, and also increases a Robot's HP by 9 when equipped on them. The item heals Curs from one target.
Holy Water is a crafting material, bought for 1,000 gil in Moschet Manor.
Non-Final Fantasy appearances[edit | edit source]
Live A Live[edit | edit source]
Holy Water appears in the Medieval and Final chapters. It restores a great amount of HP when used.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Etymology[edit | edit source]
Holy water is water that has been blessed by a member of a clergy or religious figure. The use for baptism and spiritual cleansing is common among several religions, from Christianity to Sikhism. The use of holy water as a sacramental for protection against evil is common among Anglicans and Roman Catholics.