Platinum Bangle in
Final Fantasy VII.
Platinum Bangle ( is a recurring armor and accessory in the プラチナバングル, Purachina Banguru , lit. ? Platina Bangle) series.
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Platinum Bangle is a low to mid-ranked armor that provides 20 Defense, 12 Magic Defense, and has two unlinked materia slots with double growth. It can be bought for 1,800 gil at Costa del Sol and Junon, or stolen from Death Claw.
Platinum Bangle is an accessory that provides HP +50%, and when two are used in Materia Fusion, it gives HP +10%. It can be dropped from Vajradhara Asura.
Platinum Bangle is an armor for Lulu, obtainable if the dominant abilities on any bangle are any three Defense+%. In the Japanese version, this is actually the Platinum Ring.
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Name Effects Value Obtain Equippable by Platinum Bangle Max HP +700 Buy: — Sell: 2000 Find: Costlemark Tower ( Map), Ch.15: Pitioss Ruins, Ch.15: Balouve Mines maze (Level 16 right; 50% chance), Ch.15: Steyliff Grove maze (Level 58; 50% chance) Reward: Justice Monsters Five minigame (80 chests in 10 gil machine & 20 chests in 10,000 gil machine) All A bangle forged of platinum. Increases maximum HP considerably.
Platinum Bangle provides HP +60% to the wearer. It can be bought for 6000 gil from the Armory after completing The Battle of Judecca on Agito difficulty without summoning Bahamut ZERO.
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Etymology [ ]
Platinum is a chemical element with the chemical symbol Pt and an atomic number of 78. Its name is derived from the Spanish term platina, which is literally translated into "little silver".