Red gemstone born from the eye of a fire god. Recirculates lost blood.Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings description
- 1 Appearances
- 1.1 Final Fantasy
- 1.2 Final Fantasy IX
- 1.3 Final Fantasy XI
- 1.4 Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings
- 1.5 Final Fantasy XIV
- 1.6 Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles
- 1.7 Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers
- 1.8 Final Fantasy Adventure
- 1.9 Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light
- 1.10 Dissidia Final Fantasy
- 1.11 Pictlogica Final Fantasy
- 2 Etymology
The Ruby is the original name for the Star Ruby in the NES version.
Restores HP. It cannot be used in the field. Equip as an Add-on.Description
Ruby is an item and an Add-on found at the Iifa Tree and bought from Stiltzkin in Alexandria near the end of the game. It teaches the abilities Carbuncle (to Eiko) and Reflect (to Dagger and Eiko), and when used as an item, restores HP equal to the number of Ruby in the player's inventory x60. It is advised to not use the Ruby as an item, as there are only two in the game.
The Ruby is used in the creation of various mid-to-high-level equipment (around level 60-70) by high-ranking crafters. It is especially important in the crafting of the Puppetteer's Artifact Armor. When made into a ring or an earring with Goldsmithing, the ruby allows the item to enhance the power of Fire. The gem is rare to find, with many coming from the slaying of the Ruby Quadav Notorious Monster.
Rubies are a rare type of gem used by master Goldsmiths to craft various very high level jewelry for melee fighters.
|Ruby||Stone||90||A red jewel.|
A fiery red gem that may impart some of its unusual energy when used in synthesis.Description
Ruby is an item that grants ATK Grow 3 when equipped to a piece of equipment.
A leather pouch containing rubies. Sell it at the item shops.Description
Ruby is an item that can be sold for 100 GP. It has no other uses aside from being sold. It is dropped by Barnaclejack and Basilisk.
A gem dropped by monsters, infused with great power.Description
Its hue has been likened to passion itself.Description