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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 obtained either by winning or stealing it from Seifer during the third and fourth boss fights with him, by refining ten Holy War-trials into one Holy War, or card modding one Gilgamesh card into ten Holy Wars. 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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