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Stat upgrading items are a recurring class of items in the Final Fantasy series. These items are special as they empower the user by increasing his/her base stats. There are two main classes of these: The ones that increase stats temporarily, during a battle, and the ones that are used outside of battle and increase the base permanently, and thus, being the rarest items where they appear.


Final Fantasy[]

The Dawn of Souls and 20th Anniversary versions feature items for stat-increasing. These can be obtained in the Soul of Chaos dungeons and in the Labyrinth of Time.

List of stat upgrading items:

Final Fantasy IV[]

Three items that increase stats appear. These are the Silver Apple, Golden Apple, and Soma Drop.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-[]

The Silver Apple raises max HP by 50 is dropped by Sand Worm, Gigas Gator, Lilith, Rukh, Yellow Dragon, Green Dragon, and Tunneler (Boss version).

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years[]

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Final Fantasy VII[]

Items have an entire class for increasing stats, these are the Sources.

List of stat-upgrading items:

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-[]

Some items have the sole purpose of increasing the stats of Materia permanently through Materia Fusion. These are called the Fusion Items.

List of fusion items:
  • ATK Mako Stone
  • VIT Mako Stone
  • MAG Mako Stone
  • SPR Mako Stone
  • LCK Mako Stone
  • HP Mako Stone
  • MP Mako Stone
  • AP Mako Stone
  • Power Stone
  • Guard Stone
  • Magic Stone
  • Mind Stone
  • Luck Stone
  • HP Stone
  • MP Stone
  • AP Stone
  • Hero Drink
  • Adamantite
  • Dark Matter
  • Mythril
  • Gysahl Greens
  • Fat Chocobo Feather
  • Lunar Harp
  • Zeio Nut

Final Fantasy VIII[]

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates[]

The Final Fantasy Legend[]

Humans are the only race that can benefit from these stat-upgrading items. They will have no effect on mutants or monsters.

Final Fantasy Legend II[]

The stat-raising potions gives permanent stats, but they can only be used on humans and mutants; they have no effect on robots and monsters.

Final Fantasy Legend III[]

Robotic Parts gives a permanent stat increase, but can only be applied when the character is a robot. If a character changes forms, they'll lose the stats gain through these items.

Bravely Default[]

Buns are consumable items that permanently increase certain stats of a character. They are dropped exclusively by the Nemesis bosses.