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FFBE Unicorn Horn

Unicorn's Horn in Final Fantasy Brave Exvius.

Removes all status effects from all allies and enemies.
Final Fantasy XIII-2 description

Unicorn Horn (ユニコーンの角, Yunikōn no Tsuno?), also called Unicorn, is a recurring item in the Final Fantasy series. It appeared in the early installments before being replaced by Remedy, but has since made a comeback in Final Fantasy XIII-2.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy IIEdit

A horn with the same effect as Basuna.
—Description
Unicorn Horn
Effect Casts Basuna XVI.
Find Deist Castle

Final Fantasy IVEdit

Horn that releases all allies from Sleep, Paralyze, Confuse, and Berserk
—Description
Unicorn Horn
Effect Removes Sleep, Paralyze, Berserk, and Confuse statuses on the entire party
Steal Coeurl (2D and 3D), Cait Sith (3D only)
Drop Coeurl (2D and 3D), Coeurl Regina, Cait Sith (2D and 3D), Mist Kraken, Imp (2D only), Hydra (2D and 3D), Mindflayer (2D and 3D), Naga (2D and 3D), Nagaraja (2D and 3D), Cave Naga (2D and 3D), Ettin Snake (2D and 3D), and Gremlin (2D, Mini Satana (2D and 3D)

In the SNES version, each of the item-only effects has a spell name assigned to it—even though it is never shown and can only be read by decoding the game data. The Unicorn Horn's "spell name" is Basuna.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-Edit

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Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

Unicorn Horn
Effect Removes Sleep, Paralyze, Confuse and Berserk for all allies
Find Ceodore's Tale: Baron, Ancient Waterway B4
Kain's Tale: Baron, Underground Waterway Entrance North B1
Yang's Tale: Possible treasure in Challenge Dungeon
Palom's Tale: Challenge Dungeon Perplexion Floor
Porom's Tale: Dwarven Castle East Tower
Lunarians' Tale: Lunar Subterrane B5, Impact Crater Middle Wall (east)
The Crystals: Lodestone Cavern B1, Subterrane B5, Subterrane B8
Steal Cait Sith, Coeurl, Coeurl Regina, Gray Coeurl
Drop Alvacimo, Cait Sith, Cave Naga, Coeurl, Coeurl Regina, Ettin Snake, Gray Coeurl, Gremlin, Hydra, Imp, Mindflayer, Mizuichi, Naga, Nagaraja

Final Fantasy XIEdit

The Unicorn Horn appears as an item used in high level Bonecraft recipes to craft the Staurobow and the Unicorn Harness set. It is obtained from certain battlefields in the Chains of Promathia expansion and numerous Notorious Monsters and treasure chests in Abyssea.

Final Fantasy XIII-2Edit

Unicorn Horn is an item that removes all status buffs and ailments from both allies and enemies.

It is a rare drop from Tezcatlipoca, and it can also be found in some treasures and bought from Serendipity. It can also be used by Lieutenant Amodar in the downloadable content battle.

Final Fantasy AdventureEdit

Unicorn cannot be bought anywhere, it completely removes all abnormal conditions. The item only has one use.

Dissidia Final FantasyEdit

Unicorn Horn is a trade item obtained from the Invincible course in the Duel Colosseum.

Final Fantasy Brave ExviusEdit

A horn taken from the fabled beast of legend, with the power to free one from paralysis. Notoriously difficult to acquire, as unicorns are said to reveal themselves only to maidens pure of heart. With the beasts themselves growing rare in recent times, shady merchants have resorted to passing off imitations—let the buyer beware.
—Description
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Non-Final Fantasy appearancesEdit

Live A LiveEdit

Live A Live Unicorn Horn

The Unicorn Horn appears in the Medieval and Final chapters. It function as both an item and can be equipped as an accessory. When used in battle, it cures all status ailments and restore some HP on the entire party. As an accessory, it grants 10 to IQ, Drunk Immunity, and increases Mind Evasion.

EtymologyEdit

A unicorn horn, also known as an alicorn, is a legendary object whose reality may have been accepted in Western Europe throughout the Middle Ages. Many healing powers and antidote's virtues were attributed to the horn of the unicorn.

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