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FFXIV Invigorate

Invigorate in Final Fantasy XIV.

Invigorate (インビゴレイト, Inbigoreito?) is a recurring ability in the Final Fantasy series.

Appearances Edit

Final Fantasy XI Edit

XI Invigorate is a merit trait for Monks in Final Fantasy XI. It adds a Regen effect to Chakra.

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Edit

LR

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Final Fantasy XIV Edit

XIV

Grants TP. TP does not diminish out of combat while effect is active.
—Description

Invigorate is a level 14 ability in Final Fantasy XIV learned by Lancers. It increases TP.

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Vagrant Story Edit

VS Invigorate is a magic spell in Vagrant Story. It is one of Sorcery Spells that Ashley Riot learns from a Grimoire.

Ashley learns Invigorate from the Grimoire Agilite, found in a chest at the Snowfly Forest. Invigorate is a stats-modifying spell, as casting it increases the Agility stat of the player character. The spell costs 12 MP and induces the status AGI-UP.

Its counterpart is Lead Bones, a Sorcery spell that cancels Invigorate's effect upon use. Invigorate is also removed whenever the player character exists from a room.

Invigorate is also an enemy ability. It is used by Shrieker, Dark Crusader, and Last Crusader.

Bravely Default Edit

BD Invigorate is a Martial Arts ability learned by Monks at job level 2. It raises the character's physical attack by 25% for two turns. However, there is a 25% chance of failure, in which case the character will take damage equal to 20% of their maximum HP.

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