Phoenix Pinion in World of Final Fantasy.

Phoenix Pinion icon in Final Fantasy IX.

Cures KO. It cannot be used in the field.

Final Fantasy IX description

The Phoenix Pinion (フェニックスの羽, Fenikkusu no Hane?, lit. Phoenix Feather) is a recurring item in the Final Fantasy series associated with the summoned monster Phoenix and saving the player from the brink of a Game Over.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy VIII[edit | edit source]

Phoenix Pinion
Effect Summons Phoenix if used in battle, reviving all KO'd allies at 12.5% of their Max HP and dealing Fire damage to all opponents. Once Phoenix has been summoned once, it has a random chance to appear to save the player from a Game Over.
Find Lunatic Pandora, Winhill (Chocobo Road).
Refine Mega Phoenix x3 = Phoenix Pinion x1 (Tool-RF)
Other 5th floor card player in D-District Prison with 3/256 chance. Complete Shumi Tribe sidequest

Final Fantasy IX[edit | edit source]

Phoenix Pinion
Effect When used in battle it revives a KO'd ally.
When equipped as an add-on it teaches Eiko the Phoenix summon.
The more Phoenix Pinions in stock, the more damage Eiko's Phoenix summon will do, and the higher the chance to revive the party when all members are KO'd (Chances are: (# of Phoenix Pinions in stock/256)*100) e.g. (99/256)*100 = 38.8% chance.
Buy Synth Phoenix Down and Gysahl Green at Hades
Find Alexandria (disc 1, disc 3), Alexandria Castle, Dali, Lindblum (disc 2), Cleyra, Conde Petie, Madain Sari, as treasure in Chocobo Hot and Cold
Steal Abadon (B), Amdusias (A), Axolotl, Behemoth (Weapon Shop), Behemoth (Memoria), Blazer Beetle, Catoblepas, Crawler, Fang, Gargoyle, Garuda, Ghost, Gigan Toad (B), Gnoll, Hecteyes, Hedgehog Pie, Lady Bug, Land Worm, Maliris - Crystal World, Mandragora, Nymph, Ochu, Ogre (A), Ogre (B), Python, Shell Dragon (B), Soldier - Cleyra, Soldier - Alexandria, Tonberry, Torama, Vepal, Veteran, Zuu
Drop Soulcage, Kraken, Lich
Cost 300

Final Fantasy Type-0[edit | edit source]

Phoenix Pinion is used to cast Reraise on one character. It is obtained as a special bounty for earning an S rank on a mission.

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

The Phoenix Pinion an accessory that allows the player to survive a killing blow by exchanging Bravery with HP, and breaks immediately after activating. Its effects will be negated if an opponent is wearing the Destroyer accessory or if the user is suffering under Brave Break when their HP reaches 0.

In Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy, it has been replaced by Iifa Dew.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

Revives a character with full HP when the character is KO'd. It is obtained randomly after completing a Music Stage.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call[edit | edit source]

Phoenix Pinion is a healing item that can be equipped. It is automatically used when HP gauge hits zero and restores all HP. It is obtained randomly after completing a Music Stage.

Final Fantasy Record Keeper[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy Explorers[edit | edit source]

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World of Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

ALL: Revives KO'd allies and restores a moderate amount of HP.

Description

Phoenix Pinion
Effect Revives KO'd allies and restores 50% of Max HP.
Buy Chocolatte Mart (Postscript)
Find Saronia Docks, Valley Seven, Phantom Sands, Mako Reactor 0, Big Bridge, Train Graveyard, Sunken Temple, Crystal Tower, Castle Exnine, EX Dungeon B, EX Dungeon C, Hidden Dungeon
Drop Holy Dragon, Mega Sharqual
Cost 5,000 gil

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Etymology[edit | edit source]

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.

Pinions are the outermost primary flight feathers on a bird's wing. Since the pinion is generally larger, longer and harder to molt unlike down feathers, Phoenix Pinion is regarded as exceptionally rare and frequently more exclusive and powerful than Phoenix Down. Unlike the down feathers, Phoenixes mostly emit their sparkling life essence from the pinions and tail feathers.

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