Coronet that radiates a mysterious light.
The Hypno Crown (ヒュプノクラウン, Hyupunokuraun?), also known as Coronet, is a recurring piece of equipment in the Final Fantasy series. It has various effects depending on the game, although its properties are mostly geared to favor the Magic stat.
Crown that prevents Toad, Mini, and Pig.
The Hypnocrown (originally translated as Coronet) is a helmet armor for Palom that increases his Defense by 7 and his Magic Defense by 16, as well as preventing the Pig, Mini, and Toad status effects. It is found in the Cave of Trials in the Advance and The Complete Collection releases
Increases the success rate of manipulating enemies.
The Hypno Crown (originally named the Coronet) is headgear armor that can be equipped by the party and improves the effectiveness rate of Control. It provides +5 Defense and Magic Evasion, +1 Magic, and +4 Evasion. It can only be found in Drakenvale.
With Hypno Crown equipped the player has 75% chance of controlling the target, opposed to the rate of 40% without the Hypno Crown.
Crown that raises the success rate of Control.
The Hypno Crown (previously known as Coronet) is a helmet that improves Relm's rate of Control. It provides +23 Defense and Magic Defense, +2 Speed, and +4 Magic. It can be found in Kefka's Tower, and won by betting Red Caps in the Dragon's Neck Coliseum.
The chance to successfully control an enemy is calculated as follows:
- If (Controller's level * 256) / Target's level > [0..255] the player successfully controls the enemy.
With Hypno Crown equipped:
- If (Controller's level * 256) / (Target's level * 170 / 256) > [0..255]
The HypnoCrown is an accessory that can be found in a chest in the cave in the Forgotten Capital. It allows the wearer to Manipulate enemies 100% of the time, as long as the target is susceptible to Manipulate.
The Hypno Crown is an accessory that raises the player's Magic stat by 20. It can be bought from Gongaga Trading for 8,000 gil and found during missions. Using three of them during Materia Fusion can give MAG +1.
The Hypno Crown is a GF item that teaches Mag+40% to any Guardian Force. It can be bought from Esthar Pet Shop with Tonberry's Familiar ability, and dropped from Malboro (rare) and refined from Spr-J Scroll x10 into Hypno Crown x1. It can be be refined into Aura Stone x10, or Hypno Crown x10 for Royal Crown x1.
The Coronet provides +1 Defense, +35 Magic Defense, and makes the wearer immune to Wind damage. It teaches Man Eater and Return Magic. Coronet can be bought in Daguerreo for 4,400 gil and can be equipped by all characters except Steiner and Freya.
The Hypno Crown accessory raises Magic and Magic Defense by 20 points, and can be bribed from Behemoth or Flan Blanco, stolen from Flan Blanco (Oversouled) or found on the Mi'ihen Highroad (Chapter 3).
Hypnocrown is a high-level head armor that can be equipped after obtaining the Mystic Armor 8 license. It provides +44 Magick Resist, +2 Strength, and +7 Magick Power. It can be purchased from Archades and Balfonheim Port for 8,100 gil.
A headpiece for those pretty princess moments.
The Hypnocrown is an accessory that costs 40 capacity points and grants the wearer the Feral Speed II ability. It can be found in a treasure orb in Oerba -200 AF- with Moogle Hunt, or dropped from Kanna Kamuy (1%).
The Hypnocrown is a level 85 hairpin which lowers HP by 272, but raises Bravery by 326. Furthermore, it boosts Bravery recovery by 75%. It can be obtained from the shop by trading 13,610 gil, a Cat-Ear Hood, Holystone x4, and a Healing Shard.
The crown once worn by a sorcerer-queen who was just as beautiful as she was wise. The effective way in which she used the combination of her looks, knowledge, and wit in her manner of speech caused the king and his knights to fall right into the palm of her hand. Her country shortly saw itself in ruins as she manipulated everyone around her, but her crown survived. Those who look upon it now are captivated by the strange glimmer it has managed to maintain to this day.
It has also been known as "Coronet." coronet is a small crown consisting of ornaments fixed on a metal ring. By one definition, a coronet differs from a crown in that a coronet never has arches, and from a tiara in that a coronet completely encircles the head, while a tiara does not.A