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The Earrings (イヤリング, Iyaringu?) are a recurring accessory in the series. It usually appears alone, but has also appeared in the form of various other earrings such as Angel Earrings and Faerie Earrings. It usually grants magic bonuses.
Earring that boosts the strength of the wearer's magic. Effect increases when worn in pairs.
The Earrings increases the amount of damage done by magic attacks by 25% and are stackable. They can be found in Phantom Train, South Figaro and Narshe, purchased in Albrook, Narshe, Tzen, Jidoor and Thamasa for 5000 gil, and stolen from Brainpan and Ahriman.
The Earrings give +5 to Magic when equipped, and when 10 are used in Materia Fusion, it gives Zack +1 to his Magic stat. Earrings can be found in Fort Tamblin in Chapter 1 and they are given to the player by NPCs in LOVELESS Avenue in Chapter 3. They are dropped by the Gargoyle and bought from Sector 6 Accessory Shop for 1000 gil.
List of earrings:
- Pirate's Earrings - No support ability.
- Silver Earring - Increases group's Speed by 10%.
- Gold Earrings - Grants group immunity to Stop.
- Terra Earrings - Increases scavenging speed by 25%.
- Moon Earrings - Increases rate of AP accumulation by 20%.
- Sun Earrings - Increases duration of trap abilities.
Earring is a basic accessory that increases a character's Magic Damage by 15%. The stronger Star Earring increases Magic Damage by 25%. The Earring can be obtained by trading Mana Powder x2 and 1,300 gil, while the Star Earring requires Mana Shard x3, Mana Crystal x2, Tome of the Master x5, and 1,900 gil.
The Earrings from Final Fantasy VII appear as a Rarity 2 accessory.
An earring is a piece of jewellery attached to the ear via a piercing in the earlobe or another external part of the ear (except in the case of clip earrings, which clip onto the lobe). Earrings are worn by both sexes, although more common among women, and have been used by different civilizations in different times.