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The following is a list of items found in War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius.

Shards[edit | edit source]

Name Effect Obtain
Silver Vision Sphere An item required to awaken units and vision cards R Soul Medal Exchange Shop / R Vision Medal Exchange Shop
A silver orb with a pattern of countless threads notched into its surface. It is said that each strand of the thread-like pattern hosts fragments of visions—their memories kept alive by the Crystals. If numerous orbs are collected, they can be used to Awaken or Limit Break visions based on the color of the orb.
Gold Vision Sphere An item required to awaken units and vision cards SR Soul Medal Exchange Shop / SR Vision Medal Exchange Shop
A golden orb with a pattern of countless threads notched into its surface. It is said that each strand of the thread-like pattern hosts fragments of visions—their memories kept alive by the Crystals. If numerous orbs are collected, they can be used to Awaken or Limit Break visions based on the color of the orb.
Azure Vision Sphere An item required to awaken units and vision cards MR Soul Medal Exchange Shop / MR Vision Medal Exchange Shop / Monthly Summon Medal Exchange Shop
An orb with a blue-green shine and a pattern of countless threads notched into its surface. It is said that each strand of the thread-like pattern hosts fragments of visions—their memories kept alive by the Crystals. If numerous orbs are collected, they can be used to Awaken or Limit Break visions based on the color of the orb.
Rainbow Vision Sphere An item required to awaken units and vision cards UR Soul Medal Exchange Shop / UR Vision Medal Exchange Shop / Monthly Summon Medal Exchange Shop
An orb that glistens in seven colors with a pattern of countless threads notched into its surface. It is said that each strand of the thread-like pattern hosts fragments of visions—their memories kept alive by the Crystals. If numerous orbs are collected, they can be used to Awaken or Limit Break visions based on the color of the orb.

Guild[edit | edit source]

Name Effect Obtain
Hard Candy Replenishes provisions at the Guild Barracks (1,000) Provisions Warehouse
Good food is indispensable when training at the barracks. This candy's high sugar content stimulates the nervous system for a short while. Memories from the day's training become all the more vivid, and the body is more easily able to remember those sensations.
Jerky Replenishes provisions at the Guild Barracks (2,000) Provisions Warehouse
Good food is indispensable when training at the barracks. The preservation of jerky allows it to be carried anywhere at any time, and as such it sees extensive use as provisions for soldiers. It stimulates muscle tissue, allowing experience gained from fighting to more easily take root.
Chocobo Confection Replenishes provisions at the Guild Barracks (3,000) Provisions Warehouse
Good food is indispensable when training at the barracks. This chocobo confection is a steamed treat packed with sweet jam that has the image of a chocobo grilled onto the top. Its sugar content is higher than that of candy, leading to longer-lasting simulation of the nervous system.
Zuu Wing Replenishes provisions at the Guild Barracks (5,000) & boosts acquired JP (S) Provisions Warehouse
Good food is indispensable when training at the barracks. Both capturing and cooking the massive avian known as the zuu is extremely difficult for human hands to manage. Once its size is accounted for, however, it can be cooked just like any other fowl. Cutting the wings down to size is a classic preparation for this meat.
Bomb Soup Provisions Warehouse

Tickets[edit | edit source]

Name Effect Obtain
FFXIV Summon Ticket A ticket that can be obtained by exchanging Tomestones of Goetia acquired in FFXIV Collaborative Events Reward: Missions
Buy: Tomestone of Goetia Exchange Shop
A ticket that can draw out the memories engraved in crystals via an intricate summoning ritual. What will be summoned depends entirely on the spirit strands housed within the ticket, though the outer design, color, and shape do allow for a fair bit of educated guesswork.

Consumables[edit | edit source]

Name Effect Obtain
NRG Restore (S) Restore player's NRG (S)
A medicine made from plants that grow freely throughout all regions of Ardra. This strangely shaped root has medicinal properties that, when consumed in a concentrated dose, recover one's energy. Though the reason for its efficacy remains unclear, it has long been used without side effects. It is rather bitter, but at least it is cheap and widely available.
NRG Restore (M) Restore player's NRG (M)
A restorative medicine made from a concentration of curiously shaped plant roots, concentrated further to boost its medicinal effects. It recovers a great amount of enery, though it is now even more bitter. Complaints about the taste generally come from first-time users, since those accustomed to it know that the taste is proportional to its healing properties.
NRG Restore (L) Restore player's NRG (L)
A concentrated restorative extract from boiling down plant roots. Few doubt its healing properties, but many consider its blackish-blue appearance less than appetizing. Just a drop will cause one's sense of taste to dull for minutes on end. Adventurers drink it out of necessity, not because they want to.
Expedition Ticket (2h) A ticket that can be used to speed up a 2-hour Chocobo Expedition Reward: Beginner Quest 08
Chocobos receive training while in the stables to discourage them from running faster than their riders can handle. This ticket makes the chocobo forget that training, enabling it to run around at top speed. The chocobo's favorite food is printed on both sides of the ticket.
Expedition Ticket (5h) A ticket that can be used to speed up a 5-hour Chocobo Expedition
A ticket that amplifies a chocobo's latent potential, allowing it to dash forth at speeds far greater than normal. Issued by the chocobo trainers' guild, this ticket has a portrait of a female chocobo drawn on the back and the chocobo's favorite food drawn on the front.
Story Skip Ticket A ticket that can be used to skip Story Quest battles Reward: Beginner Quest 10
Other: Shop / Video Summon
An item that allows one to reexperience the rigors of battle already fought through image training. The same items and rewards received from the actual battle will be obtained after use.
Agility Potion Temporarily raises AGI Shop
A medicine with a refreshing taste. Though its effects are temporary, this potion bestows the drinker with the kind of agility that would put a thief to shame. Drinking too much will cause the body to become faster than the mind can handle, leading to unintended missteps.
Remedy Cures Poison, Blind, Sleep, Silence, Paralysis, and Confusion Shop
These adorable pink pills can cure any and all bodily ailments, but they can only do so if every pill in the bag is taken at once. Users should be careful not to let any get caught in the throat.
Potion Recovers a unit's HP (S) Shop
A blue medicine that has a small crystal inside. The crystal is imbued with healing magic, and the liquid that is released can heal small injuries with ease. As it is easy to acquire, most households have some on hand.
Hi-Potion Recovers a unit's HP (M) Shop
A green medicine that has a large crystal inside. As an improvised potion, it can heal even serious injuries. It's easy to use and has become a favorite travel supply of adventurers. It has a unique flavor, so opinions on it vary.
X-Potion Recovers a unit's HP (L) Shop
A red medicine that has a star-shaped crystal inside. With one sip, every cell in the body awakens, instantly healing even the gravest of injuries. These potions fetch quite a high price, so they have become a status symbol for the adventurers able to acquire them.
Turbo Ether Recovers a unit's TP (M) Shop
A medicine that greatly restores the TP of the user. Due to the faint, mellow glow emitted by the magic crystals contained within, it is not uncommon to see these bottles used ornamentally rather than consumed.
Stimulant Cures Silence, Immobilize, and Disable Shop
A medicine contained within a deep-red bottle. The liquid is the same burning shade of red as the bottle in which it is contained. One sip has the power to instantly restore vitality to even the bedridden.
Antidote Cures Poison Shop
A transparent, light-blue pill. It is so bitter that even adults recoil at the taste. However, its effectiveness more than makes up for this. It can quickly cure any poison. As it used to be made from snake venom, it pays homage to this history with the snake design on its container.

Other[edit | edit source]

Name Effect Obtain
Gil Snapper (S) An item that can be exchanged in shops for gil (S) Gil Chamber / Video Summon
A tiny bronze statue closely resembling a turtle-shaped monster. Some claim that these statues were either formed naturally or crafted in a distant age, but the truth is that most were made quite recently. They are not valued for their antiquity but rather for their metal. They are often bought only to be repurposed into other items.
Gil Snapper (M) An item that can be exchanged in shops for gil (M) Gil Chamber / Video Summon
A silver turtle statue small enough to fit in the palm of one's hand. Some still exist that were made in ancient times, but their antiquity does not add to their value. Newer reproductions are quite common, and most are used as crafting materials after being purchased. Their selling price is generally determined by their size.
Gil Snapper (L) An item that can be exchanged in shops for gil (L) Gil Chamber / Video Summon
Sizes vary to some extent, but it would generally be too difficult to carry this statue without both hands. They are often bought and sold at prices far higher than their size would suggest, the reason being that they're a favored ornament of the elite to display both status and wealth.
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