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An unidentified mineral from a meteor. Known for its unsurpassed hardness.

Meteorite (メテオライト, Meteoraito?) is a recurring item in the series. It is most commonly used for crafting.


Final Fantasy XIEdit

This black stone is said to have fallen from the sky.
—Final Fantasy XI

Meteorite is an item used in the "Star Struck" and "Open Sesame" quests. It is also used to make Copper Nugget and Glass Fiber. It is dropped by Crawler.

Final Fantasy XIIEdit

My hopes rose, but 'twas naught but an ordinary stone.
—Meteorite (A) description
A chrondite, a species of meteorite found in plenty.
—Meteorite (B) description
A malleable specimen, teeming with fine veins of iron withal.
—Meteorite (C) description

Meteorite is a set of items that inflict either the Disease or Sap status to one target, deals physical damage equal to a random number between 0 and the user's Max HP to one target, deals physical damage with a 50% chance of dealing 30,000 damage, or a 50% chance of dealing damage equal to a random number between 0 and 9,999 damage to one target. The items are exclusive to the Zodiac versions. They can be found in treasure chests everywhere provided the Diamond Armlet is equipped. They are rare finds.

Final Fantasy XV: Comrades Edit

Meteorites are mysterious metals that can be found across Eos, and probably originated from the Meteor of the Six. These metals can be used to upgrade any weapon beyond its limit. It adds 10 extra levels for each Meteorite, with a maximum possible level of 120. These metals can be obtained by dismantling a high-level weapon, or by feeding ingredients to a magic pot or by completing a Chocomostro arena.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of FatesEdit

Meteorite is a material that can be dropped from the bosses in the Lunar Temple, the Skeleton, or the Chimera.

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A meteorite is a solid piece of debris, from such sources as asteroids or comets, that originates in outer space and survives its impact with the Earth's surface. It is called a meteoroid before its impact.

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