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Mega-Phoenix in Final Fantasy X.

Revives party from KO.

Final Fantasy X description

The Mega Phoenix (メガフェニックス, Mega Fenikkusu?) is a recurring item in the series. Whereas a Phoenix Down revives a single fallen ally, the Mega Phoenix item revives all fallen allies.

Appearances[]

Final Fantasy VIII[]

Mega Phoenix
Effect Revives all KO'd party members.
Buy Esthar Shop (only with Familiar)
Find Balamb Garden - Galbadia Attack (SeeD in Library, with Zell in party), D-District Prison - 5th Floor (card player with 1/64 chance)
Steal Seifer (2nd round)
Refine Phoenix Down x50 = Mega Phoenix x1 (Med LV Up)
Cost 15,000 gil

Mega Phoenixes can also be refined to make Phoenix Pinions.

Final Fantasy X[]

Mega Phoenix revives all KO'd party members, fully restoring their HP. It can also be customized to armor to grant the Auto-Phoenix ability. Mega Phoenixes can be found at Djose Temple, won at second place in a Blitzball league, and 99 are awarded by unlocking Pteryx. They can also be stolen from Dark Ifrit, dropped from Extractor, Mech Defender, Mech Hunter, YAT-97, and YAT-99, and Bribe bribed from Alcyone and Ghost.

Mega Phoenix is also obtainable through Rikku's Mix Overdrive.

Final Fantasy X-2[]

A valuable rare item, the Mega Phoenix will become available for free from the Alchemist dressphere via the Stash skillset. Mega Phoenix can also be used through the Mix ability.

With perfect timing, the user can revive herself with a Mega Phoenix.

Mega Phoenix
Effect Revives all KO'd allies to critical HP.
Find Mt. Gagazet (chapter 1), Zanarkand Dome (chapter 1), Calm Lands (chapter 3/5), Ruin Depths (chapter 5), Besaid Temple (chapter 5), Fiend Colony (chapter 5 - x2), Cactuar Hollow (chapter 5), Farplane (chapter 5)
Steal Ahriman (Oversoul), Elma, Left Redoubt, Nashorn (Oversoul), Peregrine (Oversoul), Right Redoubt, Shantak (Oversoul), Tentacles (Oversoul)
Drop Peregrine (Oversoul), Rukh (Oversoul)
Bribe Ahriman (Oversoul), Blackguard, Coyote (Oversoul), Hrimthurs, Quadricorn (Oversoul), Ruffian, Rukh (normal and Oversoul), Tentacles (Oversoul)

Final Fantasy XV[]

A consecrated talisman that takes on miraculous properties by way of Noctis's powers. Brings all fallen party members back to full life with full HP and increases HP and MP recovery rate.

Description

Mega Phoenixes are rare, being one of the few items Gladiolus can't pick up with his Survival skill. They can be found in multiple treasure locations in the wild, and once found the location will permanently be marked on the map. The player can return in a couple of days, as treasures respawn. They are also obtained from the Witch of the Woods quest [x5], appear as a common Hunt reward, and from Justice Monsters Five minigame.

Mega Phoenixes fully restore the HP of all party members, reviving anyone from Down. Also grants everyone the Phoenix's Favor status, boosting HP and MP recovery rate.

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius[]

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World of Final Fantasy[]

ALL: Revives KO'd allies and fully restores HP.

Description
Mega Phoenix
Effect Revives KO'd allies and restores all HP.
Find Nether Nebula, Big Bridge, Train Graveyard, Chainroad, Crystal Tower, Castle Exnine, EX Dungeon B
Drop Cerberus, Federation Guard, Giant Goblin, Golden Flan, Grandfenrir, Ifrit★, Iron Giant, King Bomb, Mega Red Dragon, Phoenix, Shiva★, Undead Princess★
Sell 2,500 gil

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Etymology[]

Mega is a unit prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of one million (106 or 1,000,000). It has the symbol M.

In Greek mythology, a phoenix or phenix (Greek: φοῖνιξ phoinix; Latin: phoenix, phœnix, fenix) is a long-lived bird that is cyclically regenerated or reborn. Associated with the sun, a phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. According to some sources, the phoenix dies in a show of flames and combustion, although there are other sources that claim that the legendary bird dies and simply decomposes before being born again. According to some texts, the phoenix could live over 1,400 years before rebirth.