Megalixir in Final Fantasy VII.

Fully restores all members HP/MP

Final Fantasy VII description

The Megalixir (ラストエリクサー, Rasuto Erikusā?, lit. Last Elixir) is a recurring item in the Final Fantasy series. It usually completely restores the HP and MP of all allies, and may also restore status effects. It is often very rare.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

Fully restores party's HP and MP.

Description

The Megalixir appears in the Dawn of Souls and 20th Anniversary versions.

Megalixir
Effect Restores all HP and MP to the party.
Find Chaos Shrine (Past), Earthgift Shrine, Lifespring Grotto (x3), Whisperwind Cove (x7)
Drop Dragon Zombie, Phantom Train, Abyss Worm

Final Fantasy IV[edit | edit source]

Restores all allies' full HP and MP

Description

The Megalixir first appears in the Advance release.

Megalixir
Effect Restores all HP and MP to the party.
Buy Lunar Ruins
Find Cave of Trials (x2), Sealed Cave (complete B5F map (3D))
Steal Proto-Babil (3D only)
Drop Great Malboro (2D only), Golden Toad (2D only)
Cost 650,000 gil

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years[edit | edit source]

Megalixirs restore all HP and MP to the party and can be found as a possible reward in the second Lunarian Challenge Dungeon, or otherwise as a very rare drop from Sahagin Princes and Great Malboros.

Final Fantasy VI[edit | edit source]

Fully restores the entire party's HP and MP.

Description

Betting a Megalixir in the Coliseum makes the player fight Siegfried.

Megalixir
Effect Restores all HP and MP to the party. Can only be used in battle.
Find Kefka's Tower
Steal Land Ray, Kefka
Drop Magic Master

Final Fantasy VII[edit | edit source]

There are an unusually large number of Megalixirs to be found, with at least a dozen available for player use. In the PlayStation version, the player can find a chest containing a Last Elixir within Gaea's Cliff. This is a translation oversight, as the treasure is actually a Megalixir. The mistake was fixed in the PC version.

Megalixir
Effect Restores all HP/MP to party.
Find Kalm inn, Temple of the Ancients, Coral Cave, Gaea's Cliff, Midgar - Underground, Northern Cave (x2), Sunken Gelnika, Ancient Forest, Bone Village, Fort Condor (prize for fourth battle), Gold Saucer Crane Game and Chocobo Racing
Drop Master Tonberry
Other Prize: Class A and S in chocobo racing, Wutai (find all Turtle Paradise flyers)

Final Fantasy VIII[edit | edit source]

Megalixir
Effect Restores all HP and status to party.
Mug Fujin (Balamb), Fujin (Lunatic Pandora, x2), Rinoa (x8)
Drop Fujin (Balamb), Fujin (Lunatic Pandora), Sphinxara
Refine Bahamut card x1 - Megalixir x100 (Card Mod), Elixir x10 - Megalixir x1 (Med LV Up)

Final Fantasy X[edit | edit source]

Fully restores HP & MP of party.

Description

Megalixir's effect can also be used through Rikku's Mix Overdrive. Twenty can be used to customize Double AP to a weapon.

Megalixir
Effect Restores 9,999 HP and 999 MP to party.
Find Bikanel Desert, Cavern of the Stolen Fayth, Inside Sin, Baaj Temple
Steal Penance
Bribe Varuna, Xiphos
Other Prize: Blitzball - League (1st Place), Macalania Woods (Central) - Butterfly Hunt minigame after Spherimorph (x2), Remiem Temple - Chocobo Race (two chests and no pole), Thunder Plains (dodge 150 bolts in a row (x4)), Bikanel Desert (obtain 6-7 Cactuar's spheres)
Gift: Unlock Shinryu (x30)

Final Fantasy X-2[edit | edit source]

Megalixirs cannot be bought from shops but can be sold for 5,000 gil.

Megalixir+ is a result from Lady Luck's Item Reels by rolling to three Red 7s. It recovers up to 9999 HP and up to 999 MP to ally party; any KOs are revived. A regular Megalixir is achieved by lining three blue flasks.

Megalixir
Effect Restores all HP and MP to the party.
Find Kilika Woods (chapter 1)
Kilika Temple (chapter 5), Farplane (chapter 5)
Steal Angra Mainyu, Node A, B, and C, Vegnagun (head)
Drop Node A, B, and C, Vegnagun (body), Vegnagun (tail)
Bribe Earth Worm
Other Chapter 2/3 - Thunder Plains - Calibrate lightning towers (30 correct entries for tower two or 30 correct entries for tower three)

Final Fantasy XI[edit | edit source]

The Megalixir will fully restore the user's HP and MP (but not party members). It is only available as a temporary item during certain events such as Besieged.

Final Fantasy XII[edit | edit source]

The Megalixir is a very rare item that requires rare loot to make at the bazaar. The only other places they can be obtained are as a reward from the Gilgamesh and Belito Hunts and as a rare treasure chest item. There is a reappearing chest on the Cerobi Steppe that has a decent chance of giving the party a Megalixir, even without the use of the Diamond Armlet. In the deep end of the Henne Mines, the player may also find Megalixirs in the areas before Zodiark.

To make in the bazaar, the player would need to sell High Arcana x2, Rat Tail x3 and Onion x3. It costs 108,000 gil and the pack can be created repeatedly.

Final Fantasy XV[edit | edit source]

The ultimate energy drink that takes on supreme restorative properties by way of Noctis's powers. Restores maximum HP and MP for the whole party.

Description

Megalixir restores 100% of current HP, 100% of lowered maximum HP, and 100% of current MP, and removes Stasis and Danger for the party. It is found in various outposts, dungeons, and mazes, in Gladiolus's Survival skill Level 9-10, obtained as a reward for Mountains of Misfortune (Dave) [x5], a common Hunt reward, and dropped by Ganymede [dungeon, hunt] (1%), Phalaris [dungeon] (3%), and Behemoth King (3%).

Final Fantasy Type-0[edit | edit source]

Megalixirs restore 100% HP and MP to the entire party. They are obtained as special bounties for harvesting phantoma, and as rewards for fulfilling tasks: SPP Scavenger, Sanative Supplier III (x5), SPP Scavenger IV (x3), and Monster Pursuit VI (x3). They sell for 2000 gil.

Bravely Default[edit | edit source]

A strange concoction even more mysterious than an elixir. In ancient times, it is said its miraculous restorative powers even made it an object of worship.

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Megalixirs fully restore the party's HP and MP. Outside of Bravely Second, it restores (or damages, if undead) 9999 HP and 999 MP. However, during Bravely Second, it will restore 999999 HP.

It can be found in the Engine Room, Vampire Castle, Dark Aurora, Dimension's Hasp, dropped by Alternis (ch 4), DeRosso (ch 5, 6), Yulyana (ch 7) and stolen from DeRosso (ch 5, 6, 7).

When used in compounding:

  • Megalixir + Potion, Antidote, Remedy, Echo Herbs, Balsam, X-Potion, Megalixir, Hard Scale, Monster Fiber, Demon Tail, Phlogiston, Fairy Wing, Desert Rose, Dark Matter, Ether, Phoenix Down, Eye Drops, Wakeup Bell, Hi-Potion, Turbo Ether, Beast Liver, Insect Antenna, Spirit Bone, Dragon Fang, Permacrystal, Fulmen Shard, or Glitterbug = Megalixir

Final Fantasy Dimensions[edit | edit source]

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Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)[edit | edit source]

Megalixir is a trade accessory that grants +4 Luck and can be traded with another high-quality trade accessories.

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

Megalixir is a trade accessory that grants +4 Luck when equipped, and can only be found in the Moogle Shop. It is required for higher-quality accessories.

Final Fantasy Explorers[edit | edit source]

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World of Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

ALL: Fully restores HP/AP and removes all status ailments.

Description

Megalixir
Effect Fully restores HP/AP to all targets and removes all status ailments.
Find Train Graveyard, Castle Exnine, EX Dungeon B, EX Dungeon C, Hidden Dungeon
Drop Magic Jar
Sell 25,000 gil

Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances[edit | edit source]

Chrono Trigger[edit | edit source]

Chrono Trigger Megalixir.png

Megalixir (also called MegaElixir) is a consumable item which fully restores the HP and MP of every party member.

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars[edit | edit source]

Megalixir (おヒレちぢみドリンク, or Ohire Chizimi Dorinku or "Fin-Shark Drink") is an item that restores 150 Heart Points to all party members.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Etymology[edit | edit source]

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.

An elixir is a clear, sweet-flavored liquid used for medicinal purposes, to be taken orally and intended to cure one's ills.

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