Auto Potion (オートポーション, Ōto Pōshon?) is a recurring ability in the Final Fantasy series. A character with Auto Potion will automatically use the weakest Potion available to heal themselves when they are damaged.
Auto Potion is an Augment in the Nintendo DS version. When a character is equipped with Auto Potion, they will automatically use a Potion to heal themselves when taking damage. It is given to the party when they find Rosa in Kaipo.
The Magic Pot encountered in mission 10-2-3 will ask that Zack to attack itself using: Jump, Fira, Gravity and Assault Twister. The first time done Magic Pot drops the Magic Pot Tricks that adds the Magic Pot summon in the DMW, but the second time it'll drop either a Feather Cap or Doc's Code.
Auto-Potion is a support ability all characters can learn that costs three Magic Stones to equip. The character will use a Potion or a Hi-Potion upon being attacked. The ability can be used in conjunction with the Chemist ability to double the items' potency. It is learned by Zidane, Freya, Eiko and Amarant for 30 AP, Dagger and Steiner for 20 AP and Vivi Ornitier for 10 AP.
Auto-Potion can be customized to any customizable armor by spending four Stamina Tablet items. If a character possesses this ability, they will use a Potion to heal them self when damaged. A nice combination would be to equip the character with Auto-Potion and a weapon with the Alchemy ability, or using Rikku's Overdrive to mix a Trio of 9999 to increase the item's potency.
When the auto ability is activated, the least powerful Potion available will be used, meaning a player's stock of Potion items will be used first. If there are no Potion items in the player's inventory, then Hi-Potion items are used, and if there are none, X-Potion items are used. If a person with Auto-Potion in their armor is KO'ed, they item will still be removed from the inventory as if it were used even if it actually wasn't.
Auto Potion is a reaction ability the Chemist class learns for 400 JP. When a unit suffers HP loss from an attack, the unit equipped with this ability will use the lowest available Potion in the inventory. A character is not required to have learned to use the Potion in order to use it with this ability.
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