Restores HP and MP. If you ask a save moogle, he will restore everyone's HP and MP.
Final Fantasy IX description
The Tent (テント, Tento?) is a recurring item from the series. In some games, the Tent completely restores the HP and MP of all allies, and in others, it only recovers a specific amount of HP and MP. Tents can usually be used on the world map and at Save points. As of Final Fantasy X and beyond, the Tent item has hardly appeared in games.
- 1 Appearances
- 1.1 Final Fantasy
- 1.2 Final Fantasy IV
- 1.3 Final Fantasy V
- 1.4 Final Fantasy VI
- 1.5 Final Fantasy VII
- 1.6 Final Fantasy VIII
- 1.7 Final Fantasy IX
- 1.8 Final Fantasy Legend II
- 1.9 Final Fantasy Legend III
- 1.10 Final Fantasy Dimensions
- 1.11 Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy
- 1.12 Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call
- 1.13 Final Fantasy Record Keeper
- 1.14 Final Fantasy Brave Exvius
- 2 Gallery
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Partially restores party's HP and MP. Can only be used outdoors.
|Effect||Use on the World Map to restore a fair amount of HP and MP (a small amount of HP on the NES).|
|Buy||Every town except Melmond.|
|Find||Chaos Shrine, Castle Cornelia, Mt. Duergar, Cavern of Earth, Sage's Cave, Mount Gulg, Dragon Caves, Mirage Tower|
Restores all allies' HP and MP. Can be used in the field.
|Effect||Use on the World Map or a save point to restore a fair amount of HP and MP.|
|Buy||All item shops|
|Find||Baron Castle (x3), Baron (x2), Mist Cave, Water Cave, Damcyan Castle, Antlion's Cave, Mt. Hobs, Fabul, Troia Castle (x2), Cave of Eblan|
|Steal||Beam Cannon (3D only), Ghost Knight (2D and 3D), Centaur Knight (3D only), Soldieress (3D only), Centaurion 3D only), Black Knight (2D and 3D), Fell Knight (3D only), Mors (3D only)|
|Drop||Beam Cannon (2D and 3D), Domovoi (3D only), Mors (3D only), Ghost Knight (2D and 3D), Centaur Knight (2D and 3D), Soldieress (2D and 3D), Centaurion (2D and 3D), Goblin (2D and 3D), Desert Sahagin (2D and 3D), Black Knight (2D and 3D), Li'l Murderer (2D and 3D), Adamantoise (2D and 3D), Fell Knight (3D only), Amoeba (2D only)|
The Tent can be bought from all stores, and can also be won or found throughout the game. It restores 1000 HP and 100 MP to the entire party.
Recover all members' HP and MP. Can be used outdoors.
Fully restores the entire party's HP and MP. Can be used outdoors.
|Effect||Use on the World Map or a Save point to restore all HP and MP. Removes Blind, Zombie, Poison, Invisible, Imp, Petrify, and KO.|
|Buy||All item shops.|
|Find||[WoB] Mt. Kolts - Chest, [WoB] Mt. Kolts - Chest, [WoB] Magitek Factory (Vector) - Chest, [WoB] Cave to Sealed Gate - Chest|
|Drop||Sergeant, Black Dragon, Phantom Train, Number 128|
|Morph||Templar, Borghese, Suriander, Vulture, Killer Mantis, Anguiform, Brainpan, Devoahan, Sandhorse, General, Kamui, Wartpuck, Devoahan, Twinscythe, Misfit, Oceanus, Demon Knight, Imperial Elite, Aspidochelon, Greater Mantis, Rukh|
Restores ally's max HP/MP. Use at Save Point.
|Effect||Use on the World Map or a Save point to fully restore HP and MP.|
|Buy||Every item shop.|
|Find||Sector 4 Underground, Mythril Mines, Mt. Corel|
|Effect||Use on the World Map or a Save point to fully restore HP and status.|
|Buy||All item shops|
|Find||D-District Prison, Balamb Garden (during Garden Riot)|
|Steal||Elite Soldier, Base Leader|
|Drop||Esthar Soldier (Terminator)|
|Refine||*Healing Water x1 = Tent x2 (Tool-RF)|
*Regen Ring x1 = Tent x5 (Tool-RF)
|Effect||Use when talking to Moguo on the World Map (blow the Moogle's Flute) or a Save Moogle to restore 50% of maximum HP and MP. Can be used in combat to fully heal, with a 50% chance to inflict Poison, Blind, and Silence on either an enemy or a party member. Does not revive fallen party members.|
|Buy||All item shops.|
|Find||Alexandria (disc 1), Alexandria (disc 2), Alexandria (disc 3), Ice Cavern, Lindblum, North Gate, Burmecia, Cleyra's Trunk, Conde Petie Mountain Path, Madain Sari, Hilde Garde 3|
|Steal||Adamantoise, Agares, Anemone, Ash, Bandersnatch, Cactuar, Carrion Worm, Carve Spider, Cerberus, Dendrobium, Dragonfly, Gargoyle, Gigan Toad (B), Grand Dragon, Grenade, Grimlock Red, Ladybug, Lizard Man, Mandragora, Myconid, Red Dragon, Sneaker Bat, Shell Dragon (B), Troll, Type A, Type C, Wyerd, Zaghnol, Zombie, Amdusias (B)|
|Drop||Cactuar, Cave Imp, Ladybug, Lich (Crystal World), Mandragora, Stilva, Type C, Gizamaluke, Hilgigars, Scarlet Hair|
Tent doesn't have any icon before its name. It can be bought in numerous towns across the various worlds for 10000 GP or found in chests. It only has 1 use, and also increases a Robot's HP by 9 when equipped on them. It acts like an inn, recovers all HP to all allies.
|Effect||Restores 1000 HP and 100 MP when used at a Save point or on the world map.|
Tents are used in the Labyrinth mode. When the player chooses the EXIT card, they can create a tent to store accumulated gear to be retrieved at a later session. If the Geomancer card is in play, they can also retain any equipment marked with a cave symbol without losing them. Tents are marked by an orange symbol on the Labyrinth map.
Upon returning to the associated corridor, stored items will be retrieved upon selecting the Tent card. Only one tent can be placed at a time; any new tent created will replace the old one. Placing a tent will not affect any existing cottage.
The Tent is a healing item that can only be used in Quest Medleys. It allows the player to camp out in the field to fully restore their HP and adds a day to the count. It can be obtained randomly after completing a Music Stage.
Whenever the current party rests within a Record by expending Gems or Mythril, a Tent is deployed, restoring all HP and removing status ailments for all members. Any attached abilities are fully recharged, and the Roaming Warrior selected for the Record will have both of his/her summon charges restored.
Currently, the resting theme is "Good Night!" from Final Fantasy V.
A portable magic tent, a single night's rest in which can restore an entire party to full health and magic. An indispensable item for adventurers who spend extended time on the road, with nary an inn in sight. That said, it is not quite as restful as a night in bed, both for the thought that monsters may lurk outside, and hardness of the earth beneath one's sleeping bag.