Sand that sparkles like the night sky. Many scholars insist it is not of this world.Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings description
- 1 Appearances
- 2 Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances
- 3 Gallery
- 4 Etymology
Sand with the same effect as CometDescription
Stardust appeared in most versions of Final Fantasy IV, but was, like most attack items, removed from the original English-language SNES version.
|Buy||Tomra (3D only)|
|Find||Moon Surface Caves|
|Steal||Silver Dragon (3D only), Eukaryote (3D only), Prokaryote (2D and 3D)|
|Drop||Silver Dragon (2D and 3D), Gloomwing (2D and 3D), Eukaryote (2D and 3D), Prokaryote (2D and 3D), Lunar Virus (2D and 3D), Black Flan (2D and 3D)|
|Cost||4,800 gil (3D only)|
Uses "Comet2" on all opponentsDescription
|Cost||8000 BP (Battle Square)|
A fine dust that glitters like stars in the night sky. Some natural philosophers believe the dust to have actually blown down to us from the stars themselves.Description
Stardust is a piece of loot that sells for 1,505 gil. It can be stolen from Spee and poached from Wyrdhare. Selling two Stardusts yields a Pheasant Netsuke at the Bazaar, an accessory that doubles the potency of healing items and elemental fangs.
Stardust is a low-ranked Glittering Dust that can be scavenged from on Tswarra, Isle of the Lost or bought at the Sky Saloon in Chapter 8 for 3887 gil (10% discount). It can be used to craft Fumarole, Eruptor, Stoneblade, Holy Lance, and Tumulus.
Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances
Summons a group of meteors wandering the galaxy to rain down on the designated target.Description
Stardust applies comet effect to the target. It can be bought for 2000 pg, found in Starkfort and Eternian Central Command, and dropped from Praline (ch 3, 5, 6, 7).
cosmic dust composed of particles in space. Cosmic dusts are miniature particles, which resemble dust itself. When cosmic dusts form a cloud in space, any light from stars will be refracted and nebulae will be formed. Although called "dust", stardust can refract more light depending on its size due to its refractory minerals.Stardust is a type of