Script error 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 FantasyEdit

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 IVEdit

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

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-Edit

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 YearsEdit

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Final Fantasy VIIEdit

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

List of stat-upgrading items:

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-Edit

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 VIIIEdit

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of FatesEdit

The Final Fantasy LegendEdit

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 IIEdit

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 IIIEdit

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 DefaultEdit

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

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