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- This articles is about the item. For the Vagrant Story spell, see List of Vagrant Story Spells.
- "A tonic that works through the skin, drawing out and neutralizing toxins within the body."
- —Description, Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift
The Antidote (どくけし, Dokukeshi?), also known as the Pure Potion, is an item that has appeared in every game in the series. It cures the Poison Status. It normally costs little gil and can be acquired fairly early in the game, so the player would do well to stock up in case they are going someplace where the enemies like to inflict Poison often.
The Antidote, also known as the Pure Potion in the NES version, originally appears in this game. It could be bought in every store in the game, except for Melmond, and costs 75 gil to buy. Antidote is extremely valuable in this game, as there is no other cure for Poison other than using the Poisona spell, and it can be inflicted relatively often.
|Effect||Cures poison status.|
|Buy in||All shops in the game.|
|Find||Snow Cave, Kashuan Keep, Castle Deist, Coliseum|
|Won from||Vampire Thorn, Queen Bee, Death Flower, Soldier, Soul Eater.|
Antidote could be bought in all item shops in the game, at the cost of 40 Gil this time around, and 2 can even be found in Ur. It could also be won from Killer Bee, Revenant, Poison Bat, Hornet, Pharaoh, as well as stolen from Killer Bee, Shadow, Larva, Revenant, Poison Bat, Hornet, and Pharaoh.
The Antidote can be bought for 40 Gil yet again in every item shop in the game, but could not be found anywhere in dungeons. It could be won from Cave Naga, Huge Naga, Hydra, Naga, Ettin Snake, Sandman, Adamantoise, and Amoeba, as well as stolen from all of the above.
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The Antidote returns as a usable item that can be bought in all stores, and can be acquired through various other means.
Antidote costs 30 Gil in this game, being one of the cheapest in the series, and can be bought in Carwen and beyond. One is found in Carwen, while two are found in the Ship Graveyard. The Antidote can also be won from Aquathorn, Aspis, Bio Soldier, Moss Fungus, Poison Eagle, Desert Killer, Tunneller (Zefa Zone Summon), and Flying Killer, as well as stolen from Nix, Aspis, Bio Soldier (Zefa Zone summon), Desertpede, Mandrake, Python, Sand Bear, Wyrm, and Istory Lythos.
Antidote can be bought in Midgar (Sector 7 Slums Disc 1, Sector 5 Slums and Shinra Headquarters), Wall Market, Kalm, Junon, North Corel, Costa del Sol, Gold Saucer, Cosmo Canyon, Gongaga, Nibelheim, Mideel, Bone Village, and Corel Prison for 80 Gil. It can also be stolen from Brain Pod and Kelzmelzer as well as won from Blood Taste and Special Combatant. It may also be morphed from the Kelzmelzer.
Antidote can be bought in nearly every item shop in the game, at the cost of 50 Gil, and one may also be found in Dali. It can be won from Chimera and Stilva, and can also be stolen from the enemies Amdusias (A), Crawler, Drakan, Mimic, Sand Scorpion, Serpion, Torama, Whale Zombie and Worm Hydra.
Antidote can be bought in 48 different shops in the game, at the cost of 50 Gil normally, though the price can differ depending on location and shops. It can be also found in Submerged Ruins, Besaid Village, S.S. Liki, Kilika, Mushroom Rock Road, Djose Highroad and Besaid Temple (after gaining control of the airship). It may be stolen from Killer Bee, Ragora, Bite Bug and Grat, and also found at Besaid - Beach (x2), Besaid - Valley (x2), and the Moonflow - North Bank (x4). 99 can be used to customize Poisontouch to a weapon.
|Buy In||All item shops.|
|Find In||(Chapter 1) Kilika/Village, Mi'ihen Highroad|
(Chapter 2) Mi'ihen Highroad
(Chapter 3) Kilika/Village
|Steal From||Agama, Gecko, Ochu, Aculeate, Vertigo, Archaeothyris, Mycotoxin, and Taromaiti|
|Won From||Agama, Dive Beak, Gecko, Aculeate, Skink, Vertigo, Barong, Archaeothyris, Mycotoxin, Vespa, and Taromaiti|
|Bribe||Agama, Dive Beak, Gecko, and Boris|
Antidotes can be bought from most merchants and found in treasure caskets throughout Vana'diel, and can be synthesized by Alchemists.
Antidote can be bought for 50 Gil at Rabanastre, Lowtown Merchants, Nalbina, Bhujerba, Jahara, Eruyt, Mt. Bur-Omisace, Mosphoran Highwaste, Old Archades, Archades, Nam-Yensa Sandsea, Leviathan, Balfonheim, and Phon Coast.
Antidotes can be bought from the Unicorn Mart for 100 Gil, and since the Gapra Whitewood presents enemies able to inflict poison to the party they can be found in chests during Chapter 5. Antidotes can be sold for 50 Gil. Like most other status-healers items in the game, they tend to fall into disuse once Esuna has been learned, however, using items may be faster than shifting paradigms and casting spells.
- "Removes Poison from one ally."
Antidotes are one of the items that didn't get removed in favor to the Remedy. They are fairly useless as the player would rather cast Esuna or use the Remedy to cure poisoning. They can be bought from Chocolina for 100 gil and can be sold for 50 gil.
- "Use an antidote to nullify poison."
Antidote may be bought for 50 Gil in all shops in the game after finishing the battle at the Magick City of Gariland. It may also be won from the Red Panther and Black Goblin enemies and sometimes found with the Treasure Hunter ability on the battlefields. Chemists can use the Antidote after buying it as an ability for 70 JP. It may be one of the first abilities a Chemist can learn.
- "This potion is an antidote to most forms of poison."
Antidote may be bought in all item shops in the game, at the cost of 50 Gil.
As in the previous title, Antidote can be bought in every item shop in the game, at the cost of 50 Gil.
Pure is this game's form of Antidote, and can be bought for 30 gil. It removes the Poison status.
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Antidote can be bought and cures Poison.
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