A fruity concoction that works better than its namesake, or at least, doesn't require convincing the maiden.
Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift description
- 1 Appearances
- 1.1 Final Fantasy II
- 1.2 Final Fantasy III
- 1.3 Final Fantasy IV
- 1.4 Final Fantasy V
- 1.5 Final Fantasy VII
- 1.6 Final Fantasy XV
- 1.7 Final Fantasy Tactics
- 1.8 Final Fantasy Tactics Advance
- 1.9 Final Fantasy Dimensions
- 2 Gallery
- 3 Etymology
Appearances[edit | edit source]
|Buy||All item shops.|
|Drop||Vampire Lady, Miss Vamp|
|Buy||Vikings' Cove and beyond|
Village of the Ancients and beyond (NES)
|Steal||Pugman, Blood Bat|
|Drop||Pugman, Blood Bat|
|Buy||All item shops|
|Find||Baron, Water Cave, Eblan, Sylph Cave|
|Steal||Toadgre (3D only), Gigantoad (3D only), Bog Witch (3D only), Bog Toad (3D only), Dark Sage (3D only)|
|Drop||Mortblossom (2D and 3D), Blood Flower (2D and 3D), Gigantoad (2D and 3D), Toadgre (2D and 3D), Elder Treant (2D and 3D), Treant (2D and 3D), Electrofish (2D and 3D), Fangshell (2D and 3D), Devil's Castanet (2D and 3D), Bog Toad (2D and 3D), Bog Witch (2D and 3D), Dark Sage (2D and 3D), Hiromi Nakada (2D only)|
Maiden's Kiss can be bought from all stores for 60 gil, and can also be dropped by enemies or found at various locations.
Removes toad status.
|Buy||Carwen and beyond.|
|Find||Tycoon Castle, Walse Tower|
|Steal||Alcumia, BrandLamia, Garula , Kestrel, Lamia, Ridicule|
|Drop||Elf Toad, Mellusion|
|Buy||Gold Saucer, Cosmo Canyon, Gongaga, Nibelheim, Mideel, Bone Village, Corel Prison|
A fancy fruit drink that takes on curative properties by way of Noctis's powers. Cures toad.
Use a maiden's kiss to change a unit that has been transformed into a toad back to its original form.
|Buy||All shops, finish battle at Mandalia Plains (visit Eagrose Castle after).|
|Find||Use Treasure Hunter at Dugeura Pass, Finnath Creek, Lake Poescas and Limberry Castle Gate.|
The ability required to use it can be learned from the Chemist job for 200 JP.
Drink this potion to restore true form.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Etymology[edit | edit source]
The item's name derives from the The Frog Prince fairy tale in which a princess befriends a frog who ends up magically transforming into a handsome prince. Although in modern versions the transformation is invariably triggered by the princess kissing the frog, in the original Grimm version of the story, the frog's spell is broken when the princess throws it against a wall in disgust.