Necklace with three star-shaped bangles on its chain. Reduces the MP cost of all magic to 1.
An easy way of obtaining multiple Celestriads is to equip Gogo with three Steal abilities, give him/her the Aegis Shield, the Brigand's Glove and Safety Bit relics. Betting a Murakumo in the Dragon's Neck Coliseum will put the player in a fight against Galypdes, an otherwise rare enemy in the Phoenix Cave. Gogo will repeatedly mug the Galypdes, stealing either a Phoenix Down, or, if the player is lucky, a Celestriad. Upon winning the fight, the player wins a Holy Lance, which the player can bet to fight a Death Machine to obtain a new Murakumo, starting the cycle over.
|Effect||Teaches a GF "Expendx3-1" ability.|
|Find||Obel Lake sidequest.|
|Refine||Squall card x1 - Three Stars x3 (Card Mod)|
Reduces party's MP cost to 0.
|Effect||No MP Cost for entire party. Can only be used through the Use command.|
|Steal||Jormungand, Shinryu, Dark Anima|
|Other||Prize: Blitzball - League (1st Place), Chocobo Race (win with five chests and no poles (x60)), Unlock Earth Eater (x60)|
|Effect||Reduces party's MP cost for skills and spells to 0. Also negates HP loss from Dark Knight's Darkness ability.|
|Fire Res. +30%; Ice Res. +30%; Lightning Res. +30%||Buy: —|
|Find: Ch.15: Costlemark Tower maze (Lv48, 50% chance), Ch.15: Steyliff Grove maze|
Reward: Justice Monsters Five minigame
A crest with three gemstones inlaid. Reduces fire, ice, and lightning damage significantly.
A beautiful accessory inspired by the glimmering stars in the night sky. Equipping this greatly increases the wearer's MP, and also reduces the amount of MP used when using abilities and magic. In a certain faraway land, this item is compared to another masterpiece called the "Soul of Thamasa," and mages search far and wide to get their hands on either of them, though only a very few have ever succeeded in doing so.
Three Stars (FFVI) is an accessory obtained as Trance Terra's STMR. It provides 3 DEF, 3 SPR, MP +33%, and reduces MP costs by 50%.
Three Stars mansion is one of the twenty-eight mansions of the Chinese constellations. It is one of the western mansions of the White Tiger. This collection of seven bright stars is visible during winter in the Northern Hemisphere (summer in the Southern).The
Celestriad is a portmanteau of "celestial" and "triad".A triad is defined as a "group of three." The number three occurs with great frequency in mythologies and religions found across the globe.