Before the advent of alloys made by Man, adamantite was for many years the strongest metal known. Even today its quality and strength are peerless, save for a handful of rare alloys. That is why they tell of the fool who swallowed a shard of adamantite, only to have it cut its way out of his belly. A salutary tale, to be sure!
Adamantite (アダマンタイト, Adamantaito?), sometimes called Adamantine (アダマンタイン, Adamantain?) or Adamant, is a precious metal found in several installments of the Final Fantasy series. It is usually used to make valuable weapons.
Legendary metal of renowned strength.
Once the party finds a Rat Tail, they can trade it for Adamantite in the Adamant Isle Grotto. If the party takes this to the Dwarven Smith Kokkol, he will combine it with the Mythgraven Blade to form Excalibur.
Adamantite is found in the meteor Galuf arrived on, and is used to upgrade the airship to fly higher and reach the Ronka Ruins. Later, the party collects Adamantite from the other meteors to travel to Galuf's world.
Adamantite is a valuable Materia Fusion item. When used in a fusion, it will grant Vitality +1 to the new Materia for each piece used. It can be dropped from Crazy Sword (rare), Scarlet Pick (normal), stolen from the Grandpanzer, and dropped and stolen from the Goliath.
Adamantine is an item that teaches a Guardian Force the Vit+60% ability. Some are also needed to upgrade weapons to their ultimate forms. Minotaur's card modifies into 10, and they can also be obtained from Adamantoises.
Adamant Ore is a rare ore found. It can be mined from some of the more out of the way mines, or dropped off of the legendary Adamantoise. Adamant ore can be fashioned into a wide variety of adamant weapons and armor.
The strongest material known to exist in nature. Mention of this metal in the oldest records of Ivalice attests to its long-established uses.
Hardest known naturally occurring metal, its strength Adamantite surpasses that of most alloys. It has been widely used since antiquity
Adamantite is a high grade Durable Metal material, which can be obtained during Mission 7-1, Mission 8-6, Summoning Melee (The Feol Warren), and the mission "Restoring Honor".
A mineral boasting diamond-like hardness. Functions as a transformational catalyst.
Adamantite is a mineral that costs 220,000 gil to buy. It is used in upgrading equipment. Although its name is very similar to most of the Oretoises (including Adamantoise and Adamantortoise), they cannot be dropped at all.
A mineral boasting diamond-like hardness.
Emerald green ore found in metamorphic adamantoise.
The Adamantite is a common Mission item, and boosts the party's Defense if taken along on a mission.
This beautiful greenish-hued ore is obtained from the fossilized remains of an adamantoise.
The Adamantite returns as a loot, and can be obtained by completing the missions Seeking the Stone, Aid the Serpent, Foodstuffs: Nutrition, and Popocho's Chocobos, and is required to make several pieces of equipment, including the Adamant Blade, Tulwar, Claymore, Rhomphaia, Nosada, Stardust Rod, Godhand, Tiger Fangs, Death Claws, Shield of the Four, Dragon Mail, and Adamant Armor.
Material taken from the shell of an adamantoise. Synonymous with "hard".
Adamantite is a material that can be obtained either by winning it from Giant Crab or Larkeicus in the final battle, both on Very Hard mode, or by creating it for 320 gil by using up an Adaman Shell, a Tortoise Shell, and Grain of Light x5.
Ore to be used in Dwarvish crafting.
Adamantite makes its appearance during a post-game area. It can be obtained by defeating the Adamantoise in Gladiators' Hall. The amount given upon emerging victorious is randomized, and can be used to craft Adamant gear, which appears to have the highest stats. Depending on the gear piece to craft, some require an adamantite, others two and even three pieces. It also can be sold for 100,000 gil.
Adamantite can be traded for in the Shop for 2,000 gil and a Pink Tail. Adamantite is needed to trade for Adamant Equipment.
Adamantite and similar words including Adamant and Adamantine are used to refer to any especially hard substance, whether composed of diamond, some other gemstone, or some type of metal.