A stone infused with lightning magicks. When shaken, these stones release an electrical charge sufficient to power a small airship.Final Fantasy XII description
Deals lightning damage to all enemies.Description
Lightning Gem is an item that inflicts six hits of Lightning-elemental damage to random enemies. 20 can be used to customize Lightning Eater onto an armor, while 4 can be used to teach an aeon Thundaga. It can be stolen from Chimera Brain, Vidatu, and Imp and dropped by Chimera Brain.
Lightning Gem returns, acting as it did in the previous game. Lightning Gem is also used as an enemy ability by Lucil. It can be dropped by Flan Amarillo (Oversoul) and Rhyos. It can be stolen from Bolt Drake (Oversoul), Dark Elemental (normal and Oversoul), Flan Amarillo (Oversoul) and Rhyos. It can be bribed from Flan Amarillo and Gold Elemental (normal and Oversoul).
Storm Magicite is a loot that can be dropped from Archaeosaur, Baknamy, Coeurl (Golmore Jungle only), Dragon Aevis, Focalor, Gargoyle, Ghoul, Humbaba, Imp, Mesmenir, Panther, Pumpkin Head, Pyrolisk, Storm Elemental, Suriander, and Thunderbug, or stolen from Archaeosaur, Braegh, Coeurl, Gargoyle, Ghoul, Humbaba, Mesmenir, Mimic Queen, Panther, Pumpkin Head, Storm Elemental, Suriander, and Thunderbug. Five are required in making the Adamant Armor and Adamant Vest, while six are required in making the Platinum Armor, Platinum Shield, and Platinum Helm. It sells for 80 gil.
Stone imbued with a storm. Used as a power source in small airships.Description
Storm Magicite is a medium-ranked Storm Shard that can be Scavenged from Limpid Crystal on Zephyr, the Windward Isles and Tormelados, Isle of the Megalith or bought at the Sky Saloon in Chapter 6 for 541 gil (5% discount). It can be used to craft Storm Lance, Tempestblade, Rod of Lightning, Storm Wand, and Discharger.
Lightning is a sudden electrostatic discharge during an electrical storm between electrically charged regions of a cloud (called intra-cloud lightning or IC), between that cloud and another cloud (CC lightning), or between a cloud and the ground (CG lightning).