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FF7 Wizard bracelet

The Wizard Bracelet as seen in Final Fantasy VII.

Wizard Bracelet (ウィザードブレス, Wizādo Buresu?) is a recurring piece of equipment in the series. It usually provides some form of magical enhancement, either to MP, Magic, or Magic Defense.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy VIIEdit

The Wizard Bracelet is an armor anyone can equip. It has eight Materia slots in four linked pairs, and provides +6 Defense, +3 Defense%, +85 Magic Defense, and +3 Magic Defense%, as well as +20 Magic. It can be bought in Mideel for 12,000 gil at the Weapon Shop (moved to the lady with the white chocobo after Ultimate Weapon's attack if the player talked to her beforehand), dropped from Jenova∙LIFE, and stolen from Epiolnis.

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-Edit

Wizard Bracelet is an accessory that provides MP +60% through Materia Fusion, and absorbs Fire, Ice, and Lightning-elemental attacks. It is a reward for completing the missions 2-5-3: More New Species Found and 7-5-6: Youngest in the Wasteland and can be bought at Sector 7 Shop and Network Shop Duo for 80,000 gil.

Final Fantasy X-2Edit

Wizard Bracelet grants the MP Stroll ability, which allows the user to recover MP while walking around the field map, as well as MP +20%. It can be found in Chapter 5 at Kilika Temple and the Ruin Depths.

Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

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Final Fantasy Brave ExviusEdit

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EtymologyEdit

Wizard is another name for a Magician. Wizards in fantasy literature and RPGs often draw from the fiction of J. R. R. Tolkien, whose Wizards of Middle-earth are a group of beings outwardly resembling Men but possessing much greater physical and mental power. Each Wizard has robes of a characteristic color, Gandalf the Grey being a quintessential example.

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