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Holy War

Holy War being used in Final Fantasy VIII.

Drinking this tonic gives the imbiber temporary superhuman strength. Use caution; an overdose is fatal.

Crusader Tonic (聖戦の薬, Seisen no Kusuri?, lit. Holy War Medicine), also known as Holy War, is a recurring item in the series.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy VIIIEdit

VIII Holy War is an item that grants Invincible status to the party. It can be drpped/stolen from Seifer (during the third and fourth boss fights), refining Holy War-trial x10 into Holy War x1, or card modding Gilgamesh card x1 into Holy War x10. Holy War x5 can be refined into Knight's Code x1.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the RiftEdit

TA2 Crusader Tonic is a loot that can be obtained from the missions "Sleepless Nights, "A Request", and "Foodstuffs: Aroma", and is required in creating the Onion Sword, Excalibur, Cleansing Staff, Nirvana, Materia Armor, and Orb of Minwu. It can be sold for 1,200 gil.

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Final Fantasy Tactics SEdit

TS

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Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

FFAB

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Final Fantasy ExplorersEdit

FFE

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EtymologyEdit

The terms "Crusader" and "Jihad" are both associated with the historic "holy wars" fought between the Christian Europeans and Islamic Middle-Easterners for control of the holy land, the birthplace of Jesus Christ. "Crusader" (meaning "under the cross" because they were wearing a cross on their outfit) was a term used to describe the soldiers of the Crusades, the European term for the holy wars.

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