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A Potion in Dissidia Final Fantasy.

A magick concoction that eases pain and heals wounds in the blink of an eye.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift description

The Potion (ポーション, Pōshon?), also known as Tonic, Cure, and Cure1, is a recurring healing item in the Final Fantasy series. While its color and appearance change from game to game, the effect remains largely consistent. Potions restore a small amount of HP to a party member and are usually the most basic healing item, but the exact amount of HP healed varies between games.

In addition to the basic Potion, there are two higher levels of Potion called Hi-Potion and X-Potion, which heal more HP, as well as the Mega-Potion, which acts as a Potion used on all party members. Due to being the quintessential healing item in the series, the Potion is the namesake for a series of real life energy drinks.

More often than not, the Potion is the initial and most direct way to restore health in all the Final Fantasy games, because it is the only usable restorative tool before certain healing spells become available. In some of the games, the item can be used on the undead to cause damage.

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Appearances[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

Restores 50 HP.

Description

Potion
Also called HEAL (NES release)
Effect Restores 50 HP (30 HP (NES); 16-32 HP (PS1))
Buy Every town, except Melmond.
Find Chaos Shrine (x1), Matoya's Cave (x2), Cavern of Earth (x2), Mount Gulg (x2), Cavern of Ice (x1), Flying Fortress (x2)
Cost 60 G
40 Gil

Final Fantasy II[edit | edit source]

Restores a small amount of HP.

Description

Potion
Effect Restores a small amount of HP.
Buy All item shops
Find Altair (x1), Fynn Castle (x4), Fynn (x3), Semitt Falls (x2), Snow Cavern (x2), Deist Cavern (x1), Dreadnought (x2), Cave of Mysidia (x5), Mysidian Tower (x1)
Drop Death Flower, Goblin Prince, Poison Toad, Queen Bee, Soldier, Soul Eater, Vampire Thorn
Cost 50 G
30 Gil

Final Fantasy III[edit | edit source]

Potion
Effect Restores 50 HP (restores up to 300 HP on NES).
Buy All item shops on the Floating continent.
Find Altar Cave (x3), Ur (x10), Kazus, Sealed Cave, Castle Sasune, Canaan (x2), Molten Cave
Steal Early to mid-game enemies.
Drop Early to mid-game enemies.
Cost 150 Gil
50 Gil

Final Fantasy IV[edit | edit source]

Potion
Also called Cure1
Effect Restores a small amount of HP (100 HP in 3D remake).
Buy All item shops (except Mysidia (3D version) and Hummingway Home)
Find Baron (2D and 3D; x4), Mist Cave (2D and 3D; x2), Underground Waterway (2D; x4 and 3D; x3), Antlion's Den (2D; x3 and 3D; x4), Mount Ordeals (2D and 3D; x2), Cave of Eblan (2D and 3D; x2)
Steal Flood Worm (2D and 3D), Cave Bat (2D and 3D), Hornworm (3D only), Yellow Jelly (3D only), Evil Dreamer (3D only), Blood Bat (2D and 3D), Baron Guardsman (3D only), Belphegor (2D and 3D), Red Mousse (3D only), Larva (3D only), Splasher (2D and 3D), Caterpillar (3D only), Hundlegs (2D only), Sand Worm (3D only), Purple Bavarois (3D only), Soul (3D only), Spirit (3D only), White Mousse (3D only), Vampire Bat (3D only), Li'l Murderer (2D and 3D), Goblin Captain (3D only), Trap Door (3D only), Goblin (3D only), Sahagin (3D only), Zombie (3D only), Domovoi (3D only), Marionette (3D only), Arachne (2D only), Blood Eye (3D only)
Drop Flood Worm (2D and 3D), Bomb (2D only), Zemus's Breath (2D only), Cave Bat (2D and 3D), Hornworm (2D and 3D), Yellow Jelly (2D and 3D), Evil Dreamer (2D and 3D), Ghoul (2D only), Blood Bat (2D and 3D), Gray Bomb (2D only), Baron Guardsman (2D only), Belphegor (2D only), Mors (2D only), Red Mousse (2D and 3D, Larva (2D and 3D), Zemus's Malice (2D only), Killer Fish (2D and 3D), Splasher (2D and 3D), Bloodbones (2D only), Revenant (2D only), Caterpillar (2D and 3D), Hundlegs (2D and 3D), Sand Worm (2D and 3D), Skeleton (2D only), Skuldier (2D only), Purple Bavarois (2D and 3D), Soul (2D and 3D), Spirit (2D and 3D), White Mousse (2D and 3D, Vampire Bat (2D and 3D), Li'l Murderer (2D and 3D), Goblin Captain (2D and 3D), Trap Door (2D and 3D), Goblin (2D and 3D), Sahagin (2D only), Leshy (2D and 3D), Gargoyle (2D and 3D), Zombie (2D only), Domovoi (2D and 3D), Zu (2D only), Captain (2D only), Baron Soldier (2D only), Mom Bomb (2D only), Akihiko Matsui (2D only), Gigas Worm (2D only), Flan Master (2D only), Marionette (3D only), Calca (2D only), Tyrannosaurus (2D only), Lunasaur (2D only), Storm Dragon (2D only), Arachne (2D only), Plague Horror (2D only), Shadow Dragon (2D only), Golbez (2D only), Kiyoshi Yoshii (2D only), Zeromus (2D and 3D), Hiroyuki Ito (2D only), Akihiko Matsui (2D only), CPU (2D only), Defense Node (2D only), Attack Node (2D only), General (2D only)
Other 3D Map Completion: Mist Cave (x5), Underground Lake B2 (x5), Antlion's Den B1 (x5)
Cost 50 gil

Potions can also be used via Edward's Salve command, which is not available in the American SNES version, which consumes a Potion to heal all allies, instead of just one ally. The SNES version contains a bug where, if the player tries to use their final Potion with the Medicine command, the command fails to execute. The bug is fixed in the Advance version.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-[edit | edit source]

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

Potions restore 100 HP and can be bought in all stores for 30 gil. It is dropped by Goblin, Larva, Cave Bat, Soul, Spirit, Yellow Jelly, Splasher, Flood Worm, Purple Bavarois, Evil Flame, Goblin Captain, Blood Bat, Flaygator, Zombie Infantry, Evil Dreamer, Belphegor, Sand Worm, Leshy, Red Mousse, Mors, Killer Fish, White Mousse, Caterpillar, Vampire Bat, Hundlegs, and Wild Bat, and found in Mythril (Ceodore), Adamant Grotto x2 (Ceodore), Baron (Ceodore), Baron (Kain), Mist (Ceodore), Underground Waterway (Kain), Eidolon Town x2 (Rydia), Passage of the Eidolons x2 (Rydia), Dwarven Castle x4 (Rydia), Tomra (Rydia), Sylph Cave (Rydia), Sealed Cave x3 (Rydia), Fabul x3 (Yang), Mt. Hobs x4 (Yang), Troia Castle x2 (Palom), Palom's Challenge Dungeon, Eblan x4 (Edge), Tower of Trials x3 (Edge), Dwarven Castle (Edge), Dwarven Mine x2 (Edge), Impact Crater (Edge), Babil Path (Edge), Kaipo (Porom), Impact Crater x2 (Edward), Kaipo (Edward), Baron x2 (Edward), and Cave of Eblan (Final).

Final Fantasy V[edit | edit source]

Recovers HP.

Description

Potion
Effect Restores 50 HP.
Buy All item shops
Find Tule (x2), Wind Shrine (x5), Pirates' Hideout (x8), Ship Graveyard
Steal Hellraiser, Adamantite Golem, Aquagel, Ankheg, Druid, Cure Beast, Devourer, Freeziabat, Gloom Widow, Grand Mummy, Gravidead, Grenade, Grimalkin, Harpy, Hyudra, Imp, Kuzer, Landsquid, LilChariot, Magic Pot, Magic Dragon, Mamon, Maximus, Metamorpha, Mog Eater, Moss Fungus, Mummy, Page 256, Pao, Poltergeist, QuadrHarpy, Red Dragon, Red Harpy, Rock Statue, Ronka Knight, Sea Devil, Shell Bear, Sleepy, Soul Cannon, Stones, Trent, Twin Lizard, Unknown [1], Unknown [2], Unknown [3], Unknown [4], Garula, Launcher, Abductor (Val Castle), Gilgamesh - 1st Form (X-Death's Castle 2nd), Barrier
Drop Adamngolem, Armon, Baretta, Blizzard, Centipeelr, Corbett, DeemMaster, Ferry Walk, Freeziabat, Grand Mummy, Grenade, Imp, Level Tripper, Magnities, Mamon, Mercury Bat, Shell Fish, Stone Golem, Weresnake, Y-Burn, Garula, Titan, Gargoyle
Cost 40 gil

Potions also appear as a Mix result, by mixing either 2 Potions together or by mixing a Potion with Holy Water.

Final Fantasy VI[edit | edit source]

Restores 50 HP.

Description

Potion
Effect Restores 50 HP.
Also called Tonic
Buy All item shops, until Kohlingen and onwards.
Find [WoB] Returners' Hideout - Chest, [WoB] Zozo - Chest, [WoB] Albrook - Barrel, [WoR] Jidoor (Owzer's House) - Chest
Steal Guard, Soldier, Hazer, Whisper, Stray Cat, Over-Mind, Doberman, Vomammoth, Fidor, Beakor, Vulture, HermitCrab, Nautiloid, Anguiform, Reach Frog, M-TekArmor, Bomb, SlamDancer, Figaliz, Sand Horse, Actaneon, Apparite, Power Demon, Sewer Rat, Rhobite, Bounty Man, Tusker, Chitonid, Zombone, Dragon, Gobbler, GloomShell, Luridan, Over Grunk, Cephaler, Borras, Gold Bear, Mega Armor, Crane, Ipooh, ProtoArmor, Officer
Drop Templar, Rhinotaur, Doberman, Vomammoth, Baskervor, Pterodon, Beakor, CrassHoppr, M-TekArmor, Bomb, Dark Side, Marshal, Ralph, StillGoing, Nohrabbit, Nastidon, Vermin, Gold Bear, Head (Whelk)
Cost 50 gil

Potion can also be used as an enemy ability by Dadaluma and the Guardian when in Dadaluma mode.

Final Fantasy VII[edit | edit source]

Restores HP by 100

Description

Potion
Effect Restores 100 HP.
Buy Midgar (Sector 7 Slums disc 1, Sector 5 Slums, and Shinra HQ), Wall Market, Kalm, Junon, North Corel, Costa del Sol, Gold Saucer, Cosmo Canyon, Gongaga, Nibelheim, Mideel, Bone Village, Corel Prison
Find Sector 1 Platform (dead soldiers near the train; see Quantum Potion bug), Midgar (Sector 8 Slums, Sector 4 Underground, Aerith's House, and Shinra HQ), Bone Village (Dig), Great Glacier, Junon (during the parade)
Steal Aero Combatant, Cripshay, Whole Eater, Desert Sahagin, Guard Hound
Drop MP, Grunt, Hedgehog Pie, Aero Combatant, Hell House, Blugu, Guard Hound, Custom Sweeper, Capparwire, Chuse Tank, Cripshay, Desert Sahagin, Devil Ride, Elfadunk, Grangalan Jr., Hell Rider VR2, Kalm Fang, Prowler, Sahagin, Vice
Morph 1st Ray, Aero Combatant, Cripshay, Guard Hound, Grunt, Sahagin, Hell House, MP, Proto Machinegun, Vice, Sweeper, Whole Eater, rocket Launcher
Other C Class prize in the chocobo races.
Cost 50 Gil, 1 BP (Battle point(s) in Gold Saucer)

Square Enix had struck a deal with Suntory to create a real-world "Potion" drink, as promotion for the Compilation of Final Fantasy VII.

Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-[edit | edit source]

Potions can be bought for 10 RP and restore 200 HP.

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Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII-[edit | edit source]

Potions restore 200 HP. They cost 100 gil and are available for purchase from the beginning of the game onwards. Vincent can carry up to four of them.

Dirge of Cerberus Lost Episode -Final Fantasy VII-[edit | edit source]

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Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-[edit | edit source]

Restores a small amount of HP.

Description

Potion
Effect Restores 31.25% of Zack's maximum HP.
Buy Shinra Building Shop.
Find Wutai (x2), Banora Village (x2), Sector 5 (x1), Shinra Headquarters Science Dept. (x1)
Missions: Armed Challenge, Approaching the Outskirts, Foes on the Waterfront, Pursue the Deserters, Stop the Intruders, Search for Wutai Remnants, SPR Mako Stone, VIT Mako Stone, Suspicious Mail 1, Where's the Cactuar?
Steal ???, A-Ahriman, Bahamut, Bat Eye, Bizarre Bug, Bomb, Captain, Chief Petty Officer, Combatant, Corporal, Crescent Unit Aqua, Crescent Unit Auintus, Crescent Unit Aurum, Crescent Unit Autumnus, Crescent Unit Celsus, Crescent Unit Circulus, Crescent Unit Lux, Crescent Unit Nomen, Crescent Unit Novus, Crescent Unit Phantasma, Crescent Unit Plenum, Crescent Unit Primus, Crescent Unit Quartus, Crescent Unit Secundus, Crescent Unit Tertius, Crescent Unit Ventus, Ensign, Fly Eye, G Assassin, G Avenger, G Intruder, Grenade Combatant, Guard, Guard Spider, Hedgehog Pie, Hexodon, Hungry, Ifrit, King Scarab, Most Hungry, Scarab, Sergeant, Sergeant Major, Special Ops Officer, Spriggan, Storm Trooper, Vajradhara Tai, Vajradhara Wu, Vajradhara Yaksha, Very Hungry, Warrant Officer, Worm, Wutai Captain, Wutai Colonel, Wutai Corporal, Wutai Imperial Guard, Wutai Private, Wutai Sergeant, Wutai Sergeant Major, Wutai Soldier Bing, Wutai Soldier Ding, Wutai Soldier Geng, Wutai Soldier Ji, Wutai Soldier Jia, Wutai Soldier Wu, Wutai Soldier Xin, Wutai Soldier Yi, Wutai Staff Sergeant, Wutai War Chief
Drop ???, A-Hound, Abyss Worm, Bahamut, Bahamut Fury, Bee Saucer I, Bee Saucer II, Bee Saucer III, Bee Saucer IV, Belzecue, Bizarre Bug, Bomb, Captain, Cerberus, Chief Petty Officer, Combatant, Corporal, Crazy Dagger, Crazy Saw, Crescent Unit Aqua, Crescent Unit Argentum, Crescent Unit Auintus, Crescent Unit Aurum, Crescent Unit Autumnus, Crescent Unit Celsus, Crescent Unit Circulus, Crescent Unit Nomen, Crescent Unit Novus, Crescent Unit Phantasma, Crescent Unit Plenum, Crescent Unit Primus, Crescent Unit Quartus, Crescent Unit Secundus, Crescent Unit Tertius, Crescent Unit Ventus, Dark Nation, Drill Machine, Ensign, Experiment No. 115, Experiment No. 122, G Assailant, G Assassin, G Attacker, G Avenger, G Baldor, G Blader, G Centurion, G Commando, G Eraser, G Hoplite, G Legion, G Paladin, G Peltast, G Prowler, G Renegade, G Scutatus, G Slayer, G Smasher, G Spartan, G Trooper, G Valiant, G Veritas, Garnet Mole, Grangalan, Grashtrike, Grenade Combatant, Guard, Guard Fang, Guard Spider, Head Hunter, Hedgehog Pie, Hell Slasher, Hellhound, Hungry, Hunting Hound, Killer Stinger, Land Worm, Lava Worm, Man Hunter, Master Blade, Metal Saucer I, Metal Saucer III, Metal Saucer IV, Most Hungry, Moth Slasher, Red Saucer I, Red Saucer II, Red Saucer III, Red Saucer IV, Replicon, Sahagin, Sea Worm, Sergeant, Sergeant Major, Slaps, Special Ops Officer, Storm Trooper, Tonberry, Trap, Vajradhara Tai, Vajradhara Wu, Warrant Officer, Worm, Worm Elite, Wutai Captain, Wutai Colonel, Wutai Corporal, Wutai Imperial Guard, Wutai Private, Wutai Sergeant, Wutai Sergeant Major, Wutai Soldier Bing, Wutai Soldier Ding, Wutai Soldier Geng, Wutai Soldier Ji, Wutai Soldier Jia, Wutai Soldier Wu, Wutai Soldier Xin, Wutai Soldier Yi, Wutai Staff Sergeant, Wutai War Chief
Cost 50 Gil

Potions are also used by Grenade Combatants and give the same effect to the user.

There is a special potion that a woman in the entrance of the Shinra Building gives Zack, in between assignments that grants the status Raise, as well as restores HP and MP. However, the special potion also resets Zack's limit break gauge and negates any overflowing HP or MP.

Final Fantasy VII Remake[edit | edit source]

Potion.

Potion is the basic healing item available from every shop since the start of the game. It is also a frequent item from treasures, especially from the destroyable boxes that regenerate after a time. Potions can be used in and out of battle, except when in hard mode where item use is locked. A potion heals 350HP normally or 700HP with the Item Master Materia Item Master Materia equipped.

Final Fantasy VIII[edit | edit source]

Potion
Effect Restores 200 HP.
Buy All item shops
Find Dollet (complete dog sidequest before disc 3), D-District Prison Triple Triad players 129/256 chance
Steal Esthar Soldier (Low and Moderate), Galbadia Soldier (Low [Very common, common], Moderate [Very common]), Guard (Low, Moderate, High [Very common])
Drop Command Leader (Low, Moderate, and High [Very common]), Command Soldier (Low, Moderate, and High [Very common, common]), Elite Soldier (Low, Moderate, and High [Very common]), Esthar Soldier (Low and Moderate [Very common, common], High [Very common]), Esthar Soldier (Cyborg) (Low, Moderate, and High [Very common]), Galbadia Soldier (Low, Moderate, and High [Very common, common]), Guard (Low, Moderate, High [Very common]), Paratrooper (Low [Very common])
Cost 100 gil

Potions are also available to the Base Soldiers where it has the same effect as the ordinary item.

The upgraded Potion+ restores 400 HP, but can only be acquired by refining 10 Potions with the Med LV Up ability. There is also a 16/288 chance of getting a Potion+ through the Angelo Search ability.

Final Fantasy IX[edit | edit source]

Restores 150 HP. The effect decreases if used in the field.

Description

Potion
Effect Restores 150 HP in battle.
Restores 100 HP in the field.
Buy All item shops
Find Prima Vista, Alexandria (x7), Evil Forest, North Gate, Ice Cavern (x2), Dali (x4), Grand Citadel South Gate, Burmecia, Cleyra's Trunk
Steal Axolotl, Bandersnatch, Flan, Gigan Toad (B), Goblin Mage, Hornet, Mu, Plant Spider, Python, Soldier (A), Soldier (B), Type C, Vice, Wyerd, Zuu, Masked Man
Drop Adamantoise, Axe Beak, Axolotl, Basilisk, Bomb, Carrion Worm, Carve Spider, Cave Imp, Dendrobium, Fang, Flan, Ghost, Gigan Toad (A), Gigan Toad (B), Goblin, Hornet, Jabberwock, Lady Bug, Lamia, Mandragora, Mu, Nymph, Plant Spider, Sand Golem, Sand Scorpion, Skeleton, Soldier (A), Soldier (B), Type A, Type B, Vice, Wyerd, Yeti, Zuu, Plant Brain, Mu (Friendly)
Cost 50 gil

Final Fantasy X[edit | edit source]

FFX Potion Icon.png

Restores 200 HP of one character.

Description

Potions are the basic healing items. Tidus's use of healing items, such as Potions, also influences the affection mechanics that determine the outcome of certain events.

Potion
Effect Restores 200 HP.
Buy All item shops.
Find Submerged Ruins, Besaid Village, S.S. Liki, Kilika, Mushroom Rock Road, Djose Highroad, Besaid Temple (after gaining control of airship)
Steal Chocobo Eater, Dingo, Dual Horn, Extractor, Lamashtu, Lord Ochu, Mi'ihen Fang, Raldo, Vouivre, Sinspawn Gui
Drop Negator
Other Prize: Blitzball Tournament (3rd place), Chocobo Race (Remiem Temple), Cactuar Search (Bikanel; win minigame 0-2 times)
Cost Varies (normally 50 gil)

Final Fantasy X-2[edit | edit source]

Potions are also used as an enemy ability by Bandit, League Soldier, Logos at Luca, League Trooper, and Ms. Goon.

Potion
Effect Restores 200 HP.
Buy All item shops.
Find Celsius (chapter 1/2), Besaid Cave (chapter 1/2), Mi'ihen Highroad (chapter 1/2), Djose Temple (chapter 1/2), Thunder Plains (chapter 1/2), Bevelle Temple (chapter 3/5), Calm Lands (chapter 1)
Steal Ahriman, Bicocette, Bomb, Coyote (normal and Oversoul), Death Dauber, Divebeak, Fem-Goon, Flan Azul, Flan Palido, Killer Hound, League Fighter, League Scout, Lesser Drake, Lich, Nashorn, Protochimera, Red Elemental, Sahagin (normal and Oversoul), Sallet (normal and Oversoul), Watcher-A, Watcher-R, Watcher-S, White Fang, Wild Wolf, Yellow Elemental
Drop Bandit, Battlesnake, Bicocette, Blackguard, Bomb, Coeurl, Coyote, Death Dauber, Dr. Goon, Fem-Goon, Flak Python, Flan Azul, Flan Palido, Goon, Haizhe, Killer Hound, League Ranger, Lesser Drake, Logos (Floating Ruins, Luca), Mr. Goon, Ms. Goon, Nashorn, Ormi (Floating Ruins, Luca), Protochimera, Quadricorn, Recoil, Red Elemental, Ruffian, Sahagin, Sallet, She-Goon, Watcher-A, Watcher-R, Watcher-S, White Elemental, White Fang, Wild Wolf, Yellow Elemental, Yevon Defender, Yevon Guard
Other Alchemist's Stash skillset
Lady Luck's Random Reels (by getting a Cherry)
Cost 50

Final Fantasy XI[edit | edit source]

Potions can be purchased from vendors or made by players with the appropriate skill in alchemy. High Quality versions are also available called Potion +1, Potion +2, and Potion +3. Each restore slightly more Hit Points than a standard Potion.

Final Fantasy XII[edit | edit source]

Potion
Effect Restores 100 HP (120 HP in Zodiac versions), but its potency can be increased by learning Potion Lores on the License Board.
Buy Rabanastre, Lowtown Merchants, Nalbina, Bhujerba, Jahara, Eruyt, Mt Bur-Omisace, Mosphoran Highwaste, Old Archades, Archades, Nam-Yensa Sandsea, Leviathan, Balfonheim, Phon Coast
Cost 70 gil (60 gil in Zodiac versions)

In the original version, Potions used by Amalia were not expended from the player's inventory. This was changed for the Zodiac versions.

As part of the promotion for the game, a special drink was released called Potion.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings[edit | edit source]

While not available to purchase, the enemy seeq uses them as an ability, as well as Bwagi.

Final Fantasy XIII[edit | edit source]

Using a Potion restores all party members' HP. If the party leader is a Medic or if a Medic is present in the party, the Potion restores more HP. Potions restore 33% less HP on Easy Mode.

Potion
Effect Restores 150 HP to all party members. If the targeted ally has 3,000 or more max HP, the recovery amount becomes 5% of max HP. Potions' effect can be doubled with a Doctor's Code.
Buy Unicorn Mart
Cost 50 gil

Final Fantasy XIII-2[edit | edit source]

Restores some amount of HP to the party.

Description

Potion is an item that restores some HP to the party and can be bought from Chocolina's shops for 160 gil. It can only be used during battle.

It is also an enemy ability used by UFO which restore some HP to all targets.

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII[edit | edit source]

Potion restores some HP. It can be bought from General Stores from Day 1 to Day 5 for 360 gil. It can be used in and out of battle.

Final Fantasy XIV[edit | edit source]

This weak concoction instantly restores a few HP.

Description

Potions are subject to a cooldown timer shared between all items.

Potion
Effect Restores 32% of current HP, up to a maximum of 160 HP restored. 45 second cooldown.
Recipe Distilled Water (x1) Tinolqa Mistletoe (x1) Chanterelle (x1), Water Shard (x1) Lightning Shard (x1), creates Potion x3. Alchemist level 12
Buy All Aetheryte camp shops.
Drop Guildleve chests and rewards.
Cost 650 gil

Final Fantasy XV[edit | edit source]

Ignis using a Potion.

An energy drink that takes on healing properties by way of Noctis's powers. Restores half of HP.

Description

Potions restore 50% of current HP and remove Danger status. They be bought for 50 gil in shops, found lying around in various outposts and dungeons, and obtained in Survival on Levels 1–3. Potions are rewards for the Justice Monsters Five minigame and dropped by Tarantula (8%) and Kokyangwuti (8%).

Field Medicine accessory has Noctis automatically use a Potion when his health drops below half.

When used as a catalyst in Elemancy, Potions add the Healcast effect.

Potions are regular soda that have healing powers due to Noctis Lucis Caelum's magic.

Final Fantasy Tactics[edit | edit source]

Use a potion to restore HP or inflict damage on the undead.

Description

Potion
Effect Restores 30 HP
Buy All shops after finishing battle at Magick City of Gariland
Cost 50 gil

The ability required to use it can be learned from the Chemist job for 30 JP. It can be bought from shops, received as battle reward after winning battles, and can be found with the Treasure Hunter ability on some maps.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance[edit | edit source]

Magical brew that heals wounded flesh.

Description

Potions have a Magic Power of 40 and is Holy elemental. The Magic Power is only used when using a Potion on an Undead.

Potion
Effect Restores 25 HP.
Buy All shops
Cost 50 gil

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift[edit | edit source]

Potion
Effect Restores 30 HP.
Buy All shops
Cost 30 gil

Final Fantasy Type-0[edit | edit source]

Potions restore 50% of the user's HP. They can be purchased in Class Zero's classroom in Akademeia for 100 gil.

Final Fantasy Agito[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates[edit | edit source]

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Medicine to restore HP. Doesn't taste very good.

Description

Potions restore 150 HP to each character. They can be found through out dungeons or purchased at the Magic Goods store in Rebena Te Ra. Only 10 can be carried when beginning and can be upgraded to a total of 99 when more Potion Pouches are purchased at Mog Mart or found in dungeons.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light[edit | edit source]

Potions can be bought for 20 G at various shops, as well as acquired in various ways by finding them as hidden treasures on the map and obtained as drops from enemies. Potions restore 40 HP.

Final Fantasy Adventure[edit | edit source]

The Cure is a recovery item that can be bought for 40 GP and restores 16 HP, it has 2 uses.

The Final Fantasy Legend[edit | edit source]

Potion can be bought for 50 GP. It restore 30-50 HP to a single party member and has 3 uses.

Final Fantasy Legend II[edit | edit source]

Cure is an item that appears with a potion icon before its name. It can be bought in numerous towns across the various worlds for 50 GP. It has 4 uses, and also increases a Robot's HP by 9 when equipped on them. The item restores 40 HP outside off battle, and 20 HP inside a battle to a single target. Guard and Mercenar can used the Cure potion during battle.

Final Fantasy Legend III[edit | edit source]

Cure1 recovers 40 points of HP to one character. It can be bought for 50 GP in the following locations: Talon, Dharm (Present), Dwelg Town, Elan (Present), Knaya, and Zhakal.

Bravely Default[edit | edit source]

A potion made by decocting several medicinal herbs that grow in the wild and then dissolving the resulting mixture in cure water. This easy-to-make potion is a staple remedy found in many homes.

Description

Potions restore 150 HP to the target, it can also deal 150 damage to undead enemies. It can be bought at all item shops and costs 20 pg. It can be found in Caldisla, Norende Ravine, Ruins of Centro Keep, and Lontano Villa and dropped by Orthros (ch 1, 5, 6, 7, 8; blue head).

When used in compounding:

  • Potion + Potion = Potion
  • Potion + Remedy = Remedy
  • Potion + Ether or Turbo Ether = X-Potion
  • Potion + Elixir = Elixir
  • Potion + Megalixir = Megalixir
  • Potion + Antidote = Cure Poison
  • Potion + Phoenix Down = Resurrect
  • Potion + Eye Drops = Cure Blind
  • Potion + Echo Herbs = Cure Silence
  • Potion + Wakeup Bell = Cure Sleep
  • Potion + Balsam = Cure Dread
  • Potion + Hi-Potion or X-Potion = Water of Life

Bravely Second: End Layer[edit | edit source]

A potion made by decocting several medicinal herbs that grow in the wild and then dissolving the resulting mixture in cure water. This easy-to-make potion is a staple remedy found in many homes.

Description

Potion restores 150 HP to the target and deals the same amount of damage when used on undead enemies. It can be bought for 20 pg. It sells for 5 pg.

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Final Fantasy Dimensions[edit | edit source]

Potions cost 30 gil to purchase and heal 100 HP.

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Final Fantasy Dimensions II[edit | edit source]

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Dissidia Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

Potions is an item on the board in Story Mode. They fully restore the character's HP and EX Gauge. Tidus also uses one to fully heal Jecht before fighting him at the end of Destiny Odyssey X.

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

Potions are an item in Gateways. They fully restore lead characters' HP and EX Gauge. In story mode, Tifa uses a potion on a tired Kain to show she trusts him.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

Potion restores 30% of HP when character's HP is less than 20% of its maximum value. It is obtained randomly after completing a Music Sequence.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call[edit | edit source]

Potion is a healing item that can be equipped or used manually (Quest Medleys only). It is used when HP gauge drops below 20% and restores 30% of HP gauge. During Quest Medleys, it restores 30% of the HP gauge. It is randomly obtained after completing a Music Sequence.

Pictlogica Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade[edit | edit source]

Potions restore 25% of a player's total LP. It can be used up to a maximum of 3 times per day although this limit can be modified to a maximum of 5 times. Its usage timer is usually reset at around 5:00 AM PT.

Potions may be obtained by having a certain amount of members within the party. The amount of potions a player may use per day will also increase depending on the size of their party. Players obtain 1 potion for having a 2-Member Party, 2 potions for a 6-Member Party, 3 potions for a 9-Member Party, the ability to use potions up to a maximum of 4 times for having a 4-Member Party and the ability to use potions up to a maximum of 5 times for having a 7-Member Party.

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Final Fantasy Record Keeper[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy Explorers[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy Brave Exvius[edit | edit source]

A tonic that restores an ally's health by a small amount. Derived from an ancient recipe referenced in the histories of the Kingdom of Pharm, it is created by blending a number of medicinal herbs. In recent years, improvements to the formula and the wider availability of high-quality ingredients even in less prosperous lands, it is readily available across the realm.

Description

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World of Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

SINGLE: Restores a small amount of HP.

Description

Potion
Effect Restores 500 HP to a single target.
Buy Chocolatte Mart (after Chapter 1), Underground Prison Shop (Chapter 14)
Find Wellspring Woods, Nether Nebula, Watchplains, Pyreglow Forest, Icicle Ridge, Saronia Docks, Underground Prison, Tometown of the Ancients, EX Dungeon C
Drop Ahriman, Bablizz, Baby Paleberry, Black Nakk, Chocochick, Cockatrice, Copper Gnome, Daigoro, Dualizard, Flammantoise, Flan, Floating Eye, Fritt, Goblin, Goblin Guard, Magitek Armor, Mandragora, Mel, Mini Golem, Moogle, Mu, Reaver Mu, Red Cap, Sylphine, White Nakk, Zapt
Cost 100 gil

Chocobo no Fushigi na Dungeon[edit | edit source]

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Chocobo's Dungeon 2[edit | edit source]

Potions restore 30 HP.

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Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon[edit | edit source]

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

Chrono Trigger[edit | edit source]

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Potion (also called Tonic) is a consumable item which restores 50 HP of a single party member.

Ehrgeiz: God Bless the Ring[edit | edit source]

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Restores 64 HP.

Description

The Potion is an item within the Forsaken Dungeon. It restores 64 HP and can be bought for 50 gil at the Merchant's Shop.

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

Potion drink.

Square Enix's cafe Artnia sells a drink called Potion in reference to the item in the Final Fantasy series. It is a lemon-flavored drink with fresh mint, containing mint, lemon, honey and soda.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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Etymology[edit | edit source]

A potion (from Latin potio "drink" derived from Greek poton "that which one drinks") is a consumable medicine or poison. In mythology and literature, a potion has magical properties and might be used to heal, bewitch or poison people.

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