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[[File:MagicPot-ffv-ios.png|right|80px]]
 
[[File:MagicPot-ffv-ios.png|right|80px]]
 
{{main|Magic Pot (Final Fantasy V)}}
 
{{main|Magic Pot (Final Fantasy V)}}
Magic Pots are found in the [[Phoenix Tower]]. They demand [[Final Fantasy V items#Elixir|Elixirs]] and reward the party with 100 AP when given enough.
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Magic Pots are found in the [[Phoenix Tower]]. They demand [[List of Final Fantasy V items#Elixir|Elixirs]] and reward the party with 100 AP when given enough.
   
 
{{foot|An artwork|[[File:Magic Box FFV Art (unused).jpg|250x250px]]}} of a similar monster hiding under a box rather than in a pot was made for the game, but was never used for an enemy design.
 
{{foot|An artwork|[[File:Magic Box FFV Art (unused).jpg|250x250px]]}} of a similar monster hiding under a box rather than in a pot was made for the game, but was never used for an enemy design.
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[[File:Magic Pot FF7.png|120px|right]]
 
[[File:Magic Pot FF7.png|120px|right]]
 
{{main|Magic Pot (Final Fantasy VII)}}
 
{{main|Magic Pot (Final Fantasy VII)}}
Magic Pot is an enemy in the [[Northern Cave (Final Fantasy VII)|Northern Cave]]. They are immune to damage until an [[Final Fantasy VII items#Elixir|Elixir]] is used on them, and give large amounts of [[gil]] and 1000 AP when defeated. The [[Master Tonberry (Final Fantasy VII)|Master Tonberries]] fought in the same area yield Elixirs, thus making the spot an excellent [[level grinding|grinding]] spot.
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Magic Pot is an enemy in the [[Northern Cave (Final Fantasy VII)|Northern Cave]]. They are immune to damage until an [[List of Final Fantasy VII items#Elixir|Elixir]] is used on them, and give large amounts of [[gil]] and 1000 AP when defeated. The [[Master Tonberry (Final Fantasy VII)|Master Tonberries]] fought in the same area yield Elixirs, thus making the spot an excellent [[level grinding|grinding]] spot.
 
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Magic Pots appear as enemies and as a summon for the [[Digital Mind Wave]]'s Chocobo Mode, and are found in several specific [[Missions (Crisis Core)|missions]]. When encountered, they will ask the player to use predetermined commands which differ depending on the mission.
 
Magic Pots appear as enemies and as a summon for the [[Digital Mind Wave]]'s Chocobo Mode, and are found in several specific [[Missions (Crisis Core)|missions]]. When encountered, they will ask the player to use predetermined commands which differ depending on the mission.
   
For example, in mission [[Missions (Crisis Core)/Mysteries of the World#Master Tonberry|10-2-3]] Magic Pot will ask for [[Jump (ability)|Jump]], [[Fira (ability)|Fira]], [[Gravity (ability)|Gravity]], and [[Twister (Crisis Core)|Assault Twister]] in that order. If obliged, the Magic Pot will be added to the DMW in Chocobo Mode. Repeating the task will grant the player rare items instead. In mission 7-6-6 following the Magic Pot's instructions will yield a [[Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Genji Shield|Genji Shield]].
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For example, in mission [[Missions (Crisis Core)/Mysteries of the World#Master Tonberry|10-2-3]] Magic Pot will ask for [[Jump (ability)|Jump]], [[Fira (ability)|Fira]], [[Gravity (ability)|Gravity]], and [[Twister (Crisis Core)|Assault Twister]] in that order. If obliged, the Magic Pot will be added to the DMW in Chocobo Mode. Repeating the task will grant the player rare items instead. In mission 7-6-6 following the Magic Pot's instructions will yield a [[List of Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Genji Shield|Genji Shield]].
   
 
As a DMW ability, Magic Pot gives [[Zack Fair/Gameplay|Zack]] certain items depending on the ability level. Higher levels will give rarer items.
 
As a DMW ability, Magic Pot gives [[Zack Fair/Gameplay|Zack]] certain items depending on the ability level. Higher levels will give rarer items.
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!class="b"|Level 2
 
!class="b"|Level 2
|[[Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Iron Bangle|Iron Bangle]], [[Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Titanium Bangle|Titanium Bangle]], [[Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Carbon Bangle|Carbon Bangle]], [[Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Platinum Bangle|Platinum Bangle]]
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|[[List of Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Iron Bangle|Iron Bangle]], [[List of Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Titanium Bangle|Titanium Bangle]], [[List of Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Carbon Bangle|Carbon Bangle]], [[List of Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Platinum Bangle|Platinum Bangle]]
 
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!class="b"|Level 3
 
!class="b"|Level 3
|[[Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Kaiser Knuckles|Kaiser Knuckles]], [[Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Shinra Beta+|Shinra Beta+]], [[Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Royal Crown|Royal Crown]], [[Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Crystal Orb|Crystal Orb]]
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|[[List of Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Kaiser Knuckles|Kaiser Knuckles]], [[List of Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Shinra Beta+|Shinra Beta+]], [[List of Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Royal Crown|Royal Crown]], [[List of Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Crystal Orb|Crystal Orb]]
 
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!class="b"|Level 4
 
!class="b"|Level 4
|[[Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- items#Elixir|Elixir]] x5, Elixir x10, [[Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- items#Phoenix Down|Phoenix Down]] x1, Phoenix Down x3
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|[[List of Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- items#Elixir|Elixir]] x5, Elixir x10, [[List of Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- items#Phoenix Down|Phoenix Down]] x1, Phoenix Down x3
 
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!class="b"|Level 5
 
!class="b"|Level 5
|[[Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Ribbon|Ribbon]], [[Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- items#Gold Rolling Pin|Gold Rolling Pin]] x1, Gold Rolling Pin x3, Gold Rolling Pin x5
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|[[List of Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- accessories#Ribbon|Ribbon]], [[List of Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- items#Gold Rolling Pin|Gold Rolling Pin]] x1, Gold Rolling Pin x3, Gold Rolling Pin x5
 
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[[File:FF11Magic Pot.jpg|right|100px]]
 
[[File:FF11Magic Pot.jpg|right|100px]]
 
{{main|Magic Pot (Final Fantasy XI)}}
 
{{main|Magic Pot (Final Fantasy XI)}}
Magic Pots do not house the familiar impish creatures of the other series's titles, lack the Elixir gimmick, and show no unusual resistance to damage. In fact, they have a weakness to blunt damage, such as that of hand-to-hand weapons and staves. They are members of the [[Final Fantasy XI enemies/Arcana|Arcana]] family, and as such are hostile to players casting magic.
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Magic Pots do not house the familiar impish creatures of the other series's titles, lack the Elixir gimmick, and show no unusual resistance to damage. In fact, they have a weakness to blunt damage, such as that of hand-to-hand weapons and staves. They are members of the [[List of Final Fantasy XI enemies/Arcana|Arcana]] family, and as such are hostile to players casting magic.
 
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[[File:MagickPot-ffxii.png|left|75px|Magick Pot.]]
 
[[File:MagickPot-ffxii.png|left|75px|Magick Pot.]]
 
{{main|Magick Pot (Final Fantasy XII)}}
 
{{main|Magick Pot (Final Fantasy XII)}}
Magick Pots can be fought at the [[Subterra]] floors of the [[Pharos (Final Fantasy XII)|Pharos]] and on [[Trial Mode#91|Stage 91]] of the [[Trial Mode]]. They are almost invincible to damage, but if the player doesn't attack it, it asks for an [[Final Fantasy XII items#Elixir|Elixir]]. Once given one it becomes more vulnerable and will not attack, instead running around the area in a random pattern. The player can steal the Elixir back before killing it.
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Magick Pots can be fought at the [[Subterra]] floors of the [[Pharos (Final Fantasy XII)|Pharos]] and on [[Trial Mode#91|Stage 91]] of the [[Trial Mode]]. They are almost invincible to damage, but if the player doesn't attack it, it asks for an [[List of Final Fantasy XII items#Elixir|Elixir]]. Once given one it becomes more vulnerable and will not attack, instead running around the area in a random pattern. The player can steal the Elixir back before killing it.
 
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[[File:FFD Magic Pot.png|right|63px|Magic Pot]]
 
[[File:FFD Magic Pot.png|right|63px|Magic Pot]]
 
{{main|Magic Pot (Dimensions)}}
 
{{main|Magic Pot (Dimensions)}}
Magic Pots appear in parts of [[Castle Burtgang]] and of the [[Tower of Trials (Dimensions)|Tower of Trials]], and may appear in other locations as well. They are invulnerable to attacks and demand either a [[Final Fantasy Dimensions items|Hi-Potion, Ether, or Elixir]] upon being fought, fleeing if not quickly given the requested item. If given the requested item, they sometimes flee anyway, but sometimes defeat themselves and award the party 777 gil, 77,775 EXP, and either 7 or 77 AP. They carry Elixirs that can be stolen from them, although each steal attempt has a low chance of success.
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Magic Pots appear in parts of [[Castle Burtgang]] and of the [[Tower of Trials (Dimensions)|Tower of Trials]], and may appear in other locations as well. They are invulnerable to attacks and demand either a [[List of Final Fantasy Dimensions items|Hi-Potion, Ether, or Elixir]] upon being fought, fleeing if not quickly given the requested item. If given the requested item, they sometimes flee anyway, but sometimes defeat themselves and award the party 777 gil, 77,775 EXP, and either 7 or 77 AP. They carry Elixirs that can be stolen from them, although each steal attempt has a low chance of success.
 
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{{Q|What if... What if all that these pots ever truly wanted... was a nice warm hug?|Description.}}
 
{{Q|What if... What if all that these pots ever truly wanted... was a nice warm hug?|Description.}}
 
[[File:Magic Pot ATB.png|right|80px]]
 
[[File:Magic Pot ATB.png|right|80px]]
{{main|Final Fantasy All the Bravest enemies#Magic Pot}}
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{{main|List of Final Fantasy All the Bravest enemies#Magic Pot}}
 
The Magic Pot appears as an enemy encountered on the Bridge of Moore. It uses Elixir Thirst and drops the [[Lamia Harp]].
 
The Magic Pot appears as an enemy encountered on the Bridge of Moore. It uses Elixir Thirst and drops the [[Lamia Harp]].
 
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