Vaccine in Final Fantasy VII.

A potent medicine capable of curing the body of disease. A relatively modern invention compared to the traditional potion or antidote, it enters the drinker's bloodstream to increase their immunity to a number of viruses and contagions. Not yet under mass production, it is nowhere to be found at provisioners, being the sole domain of aristocrats and high-ranking officials with the influence and coin to acquire it.

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius description

The Vaccine (ワクチン, Wakuchin?) is an item in the Final Fantasy series.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy VII[edit | edit source]

Protects against transformations.

Description

Vaccine
Effect Grants the resist status to a target, making them immune to status effects.
Find Icicle Inn, Northern Cave
Morph Dragon Zombie, Dark Dragon

Final Fantasy IX[edit | edit source]

Vaccine icon.

Cures Virus.

Description

Vaccine
Effect Cures Virus
Buy Desert Palace, Daguerreo, Esto Gaza and beyond.
Steal Abadon, Chimera, Hecteyes, Malboro, Mover (A), Ring Leader, Shell Dragon (B), Meltigemini
Drop Abadon (B), Ash, Chimera, Hecteyes, Mover (A), Sand Golem, Meltigemini, Shell Dragon (A)
Cost 100 gil

Final Fantasy XII[edit | edit source]

Vaccine
Effect Cures Disease from one target.
Buy Balfonheim (original), Skyferry Nalbina-Archades route, after obtaining Treaty-Blade (Zodiac versions).
Cost 200 gil

In the International Zodiac Job System version, Vaccine has been replaced with the item called "C9H8O4", which costs 700 gil. C9H8O4 is the chemical formula for Aspirin. In The Zodiac Age, the item is called "Serum," although the Japanese version retains the original name.

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Etymology[edit | edit source]

A vaccine is a biological preparation that improves immunity to a particular disease. A vaccine typically contains an agent that resembles a disease-causing microorganism and is often made from weakened or killed forms of the microbe, its toxins or one of its surface proteins.

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