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Growth Egg in Final Fantasy VI.

Strange egg with magical properties. Doubles the amount of EXP earned in battle.
—Description, Final Fantasy VI.

Growth Egg (グロウエッグ, Gurou Eggu?), also known as EXP Egg or AP Egg, is a recurring accessory in the Final Fantasy series. It usually doubles the amount of EXP or AP characters earn from battles.


Final Fantasy VIEdit

The Growth Egg, originally called EXP Egg, is a relic that can first be obtained in Darill's Tomb through a secret passage. More Growth Eggs can be obtained by either morphing Vasegiatta, Marchosias, and Galypdes, or by betting a Tintinabulum in the Dragon's Neck Coliseum. The Growth Egg doubles the amount of experience gained by the wielder after every battle and multiple Growth Eggs do not stack.

Final Fantasy X-2Edit

The AP Egg carries the Triple AP support ability, and also increases the user's Luck by 15. It can be found in the Ruin Depths, and is also a prize from a blitzball league or tournament.

Final Fantasy XIIIEdit

Growth Egg doubles the amount of CP earned, and is the reward for the Chapter 11 Mission 55. It can be sold for 250,000 gil.

Final Fantasy Type-0Edit

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Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of LightEdit

The Growth Egg doubles the amount of EXP earned for the entire party. The Growth Egg can be purchased in the multiplayer shops in Arbor and Horne for 1000 points. The accessory can also be found in a chest inside the Sun Temple.

Bravely DefaultEdit

The Growth Egg can be purchased from a Level 10 accessories shop in Norende Village. It doubles the amount of EXP and JP earned by the party, but the party will earn no PG.

Dissidia Final FantasyEdit

Growth Egg is a special accessory that increases the Exp. earned in battle by 20%. It can be traded for in the shop for 1,900 gil, a Growth Seed, three Chocobo Wings, and a Chocobo Feather.

Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

The Growth Egg returns with the same effect and trade requirements as in the first game, but its price is raised to 3,000 gil.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain CallEdit

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