Tiny sphere that whirls around the owner's hand. Prevents petrification, zombie, and instant death.Final Fantasy VI description
The Safety Bit (セーフティビット, Sēfuti Bitto?) is a recurring accessory or armor in the Final Fantasy series. It generally protects against instant death, and similar status ailments like Petrify, Zombie, and Doom.
- 1 Appearances
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- 3 Trivia
Appearances[edit | edit source]
The Safety Bit appears as a relic equippable by all party members. It protects against Instant Death, Petrify, and Zombie. The Safety Bit can be found in the Cultists' Tower, stolen from Fiend, or metamorphed by several enemies.
The Safety Bit protects against Death, Death Sentence, Petrify, and Slow-numb. It can be found in the Great Glacier, bought for 7,500 gil at Rocket Town (disc 2/3) and as a prize from the Snow Game at the Gold Saucer by getting 89+ points on Course A.
The Safety Bit prevents Death and adds 30 to the Spirit stat. It can only be bought from Nibel Accessories for 5,000 gil, opening a chest in M10-1-3, or stolen from G Renegade. It may also be obtained by doing the Seven Wonders of Nibelheim sidequest. When used in Materia Fusion, two are used to increase Spirit by 1.
The Safety Bit grants the wearer the Life Preserver ability, protecting them against both Petrify and Death. It can be bribed from Takouba, Monolith, and Daeva, bought from Lake Macalania for 10,000 gil, found in the Thunder Plains (Chapter 3), by scoring 50-99 points in the Rehearshal's Shtarting? minigame on the Celsius (Chapter 4), or dropped from Omega Weapon (Oversoul) or Ultima Weapon.
|Safety Bit||Prevents Instant Death||Buy: —|
|Find: Zegnautus Keep, Ch.15: Pitioss Ruins, Ch.15: Greyshire Glacial Grotto maze (Level 28 middle; 50% chance)|
Reward: The Professor's Protégé - Griffon (Sania) sidequest, Trembling Killer (Lestallum, Thoroughfare) hunt
Enemy drop: Mindflayer [dungeon variant] (2%), Ronin/Aramusha/Yojimbo/Kengo/Ayakashi (1%)
A protective charm made by worshipers of a particular king of yore. Protects the wearer from sudden death.
Safety Bit's effect is also obtained by eating food that provides Death-Defying: Tide Grouper Carpaccio (recipe) and Fettini di Cernia (Maagho restaurant in Altissia). Safety Bit is outclassed by Ribbon, which protects against all negative statuses, even Instant Death.
An accessible way to get a Safety Bit is the hunt "A Fistful of Gil" at Longwythe Rest Area, as Yojimbo has a 1% base chance of dropping it. The player can eat the Mother & Child Rice Bowl and wear the Key of Prosperity (if available) to improve the chance of it dropping.
Safety Bit is an accessory that prevents Death. It can be obtained as a Special Bounty by getting an S-Rank in The Last Line of Defense (Officer).
The Safety Bit is an accessory that grants the Last Chance +1% ability. It can be obtained by trading 1,300 gil, Phoenix Down x3, and Phoenix Pinion x3.
The stronger Safety Ring gives Last Chance +2%, and can be obtained by trading 1,800 gil, a Safety Bit, Phoenix Down x3, and Phoenix Pinion x3.
The Safety Bit grants Last Chance +6%, and can be obtained by trading Iifa Leaf x3, Iifa Dew x3, Tome of Men x2, and 1,500 gil.
An accessory that protects the wearer from attacks that result in death or stone. The gem encased in the middle is specifically what serves to keep death at bay. Some monsters are known for their ability to take a life with a single blow, while other types of wildlife can turn adventurers into stone with their attacks, greatly hindering any efforts to vanquish them. However, this accessory can provide the safety needed to carry out such a task.Description
Safety Bit is an accessory that provides 3 DEF, as well as immunity to Petrify and Instant Death. It can be bought from the Fat Chocobo at Sorcerer's Hideaway for 50 Star Quartz, and only one may be acquired.
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The Safety Ring is an accessory in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. It acts as a combination of the Safety Bit and the Ribbon; thus, it protects against all status ailments and Instant Death. A functionally similar accessory called the Safety Badge exists, but unlike its counterpart, the badge protects against everything but Instant Death.