Blue gemstone loved by a moon goddess. Wards off nightmares.
Restores HP. It cannot be used in the field. Equip as an Add-on.
Lapis Lazuli is an item and an Add-on obtained by synthesizing it on disc 4 at Daguerreo, Black Mage Village, or in Memoria at Hades at the cost of 400 gil, an Ore, and a Dead Pepper. It can also be found in a crack on the Lost Continent by using a Dead Pepper there (x41) or by giving a Friendly Feather Circle a Moonstone. It teaches the abilities Ability Up and Accuracy+, and when used as an item, will restore HP equal to the amount of Lapis Lazulis in the player's inventory x100.
The more Lapis Lazulis in the player's inventory, the more powerful Ark's Eternal Darkness becomes according to the following formula:
Lapis Lazuli is a low-ranked Blue Gemstone that can be Scavenged from Sparkling Stone on Tormelados, Isle of the Megalith and Tswarra, Isle of the Lost or bought at the Sky Saloon in Chapter 6 for 2137 gil (5% discount). It can be used to craft Silver Staff, Rime Wand, Ice Lance, and Rigel.
A beautiful precious stone of blue, flecked with gold, shining faintly.
A blue jewel.
Lapis Lazuli is a type of gem used by Goldsmiths to craft various low-level jewelry for healers.
An azure gem, its rival is Turquoise.
A gem dropped by monsters, infused with truly miraculous power.
Gems can be sold to earn money, or they can be used to learn new abilities on the characters' crowns, or used to boost the characters' equipment in a shop in Urbeth. The further the player enhances their crowns or equipment, the more and rarer types of gems are required.
Lapis are gems that serve as the premium currency. They are used for expanding the player's inventories (many of which start at 50), summoning new Vision units to the party, and continuing a battle in the event of a game over. Lapis may be received upon clearing a story area, as well as each time the player moves up a rank, or as a Login Bonus for specified days in a given month. They can also be purchased at the in-game store in exchange for real money.
"Lapis" is also the name given to the game's central world.