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'''Lifefont''' {{j|HP回復移動|HP Kaifuku Idō}}, otherwise known as '''Move-HP Up''' {{j|歩くとHP回復|Aruku to HP Kaifuku}} and '''HP Stroll''', is a recurring ability in the series. While active, the user will recover [[HP (Stat)|HP]] while walking on the field. This ability is best used in conjunction with the abilities [[Encounter Half]] and [[No Encounters]]. There is also an [[MP (Stat)|MP]] variant of the ability, called [[MP Stroll]], which first appeared in ''[[Final Fantasy X]]''.
 
 
==Appearances==
 
===''[[Final Fantasy IV]]''===
 
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Lifefont has been mistranslated, this ability is actually suppose to be called [[Vampire (Ability)|Absorb]]. While not an ability usable by the party, Lifefont is an enemy ability used by [[Black Knight (Final Fantasy IV)|Black Knight]], [[Fell Knight (Final Fantasy IV)|Fell Knight]], and [[Succubus (Final Fantasy IV)|Succubus]]. It restores HP equal to 1/3 of the user's max HP, and is often used as a [[Counter (Ability)|Counter]] to an attack that brings it down to [[HP Critical]].
 
 
===''[[Final Fantasy VI]]''===
 
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The [[Relic (Final Fantasy VI)#Tintinabar|Tintinabar]] relic restores HP every step equal to the character's [[Stamina (Stat)|Stamina]] divided by four. It only uses base Stamina and does not factor in bonuses from equipment. Tintinabar is received as an award for sending letters for the wounded soldier in [[Mobliz]], getting a score of 77 points or higher during the [[Imperial Palace|banquet]] with [[Gestahl]], or by betting a [[Growth Egg]], [[Relic (Final Fantasy VI)#Miracle Shoes|Miracle Shoes]] or [[Megalixir]] at the [[Dragon's Neck Coliseum]].
 
 
===''[[Final Fantasy VII]]''===
 
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The accessory [[List of Final Fantasy VII Accessories#Cat's Bell|Cat's Bell]] allows the wearer gain HP as they walk on the field. Every step heals 2 HP rounded up to the next even HP value. Because the accessory only heals to even HP, it is impossible to attain [[All Lucky 7s]] through its use. Cat's Bell is only acquired by playing the [[Chocobo (Final Fantasy VII)#Chocobo Racing|Chocobo Racing]] [[minigame]] in [[Gold Saucer (Final Fantasy VII)|Gold Saucer]]. If a character in [[Knocked Out|Death]] status has this accessory equipped, the status is bypassed and they'll move straight out of it into [[HP Critical]], essentially removing the need for [[Phoenix Down]] items outside of [[Battle (Term)|battle]].
 
 
===''[[Final Fantasy VIII]]''===
 
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The [[Guardian Force|GFs]] [[Tonberry]], [[Cactuar#Final Fantasy VIII|Cactuar]] and [[Bahamut#Final Fantasy VIII|Bahamut]] can learn the support ability Move-HP Up for 200 AP. All GFs have the trait innately, recovering HP as the party walks around the field.
 
 
===''[[Final Fantasy X]]''===
 
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[[List of Final Fantasy X Auto-Abilities#HP Stroll|HP Stroll]] is an auto-ability that can be found on [[Item Drop|dropped]] armor, or customized to an armor with [[List of Final Fantasy X Items#Stamina Tablet|Stamina Tablet]] items. The character with the respective equipped armor in the current active battle party will gradually recover HP as the party moves about the field.
 
 
There is also an MP variant of the ability, called [[List of Final Fantasy X Auto-Abilities#MP Stroll|MP Stroll]], which functions identically but increasing the character's MP.
 
 
====''[[Final Fantasy X-2]]''====
 
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HP Stroll is an ability learned by the [[Trainer (Final Fantasy X-2)|Trainer]] [[dressphere]] for 20 AP. It can also be accessed via the accessory [[List of Final Fantasy X-2 Accessories#Heady Perfume|Heady Perfume]], and [[List of Final Fantasy X-2 Accessories#Cat's Bell|Cat's Bell]] and the [[Garment Grid#Wishbringer|Wishbringer]] [[Garment Grid]].
 
 
====''[[Final Fantasy X-2: Last Mission]]''====
 
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===''[[Final Fantasy Tactics]]''===
 
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Lifefont, also known as Move-HP Up, is a [[List of Final Fantasy Tactics Movement Abilities|movement ability]] in ''Final Fantasy Tactics''. The [[Monk (Tactics)|Monk]] class learns it for 300 JP. With this ability, units will gain approximately one-tenth of their maximum HP (rounded up) if they move. [[Zalmour Lucianada|Zalmour]] has this ability.
 
 
===''[[Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call]]''===
 
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