Loot refers to the items obtained by the player after defeating a certain monster enemy in the Ivalice series of games. With changes made to the way players obtain items after battle, loots have become a crucial element in the gameplay.
- Main article: Loot (Final Fantasy XII)
Loot is the source of income for players. Additionally, selling a certain combination of loots with a certain amount unlocks new equipments and items. These are sometimes the only way to obtain powerful weapons and armor.
- Main article: Loot (Tactics A2)
Loot is obtained in the game by stealing from or KO'ing enemies, and by completing quests. Loot can be used to unlock weapons for purchase at shops, or can be sold for gil. Skills such as Loot Lv.1, and Pilfer allow loot to be stolen from enemies, while skills like Hunting and Trophy Hunt allow for two pieces of loot instead of the normal one to drop from the target if it KOs it.
|The World of Ivalice|
|Final Fantasy Tactics (The War of the Lions) - Vagrant Story - Final Fantasy Tactics Advance - Final Fantasy XII (International Zodiac Job System) - Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings - Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift - Crystal Defenders - Dive II Hunt: The Adventures of Sorbet - Crystal Defenders: Vanguard Storm - Fortress|
|Races of Ivalice|
|Aegyl - Baknamy - Bangaa - Gria - Helgas - Hume - Garif - Moogle - Nu Mou - Occuria - Rev - Seeq - Urutan-Yensa - Viera|
|Regions of Ivalice|
|Jylland - Kerwon - Lemurés - Valendia|
|Final Fantasy Tactics - Final Fantasy Tactics Advance - Final Fantasy XII - Final Fantasy Tactics A2|
|Al-Cid Margrace - Ashe - Balthier - Ezel Berbier - Luso Clemens - Mewt Randell - Penelo - Six Moogle Siblings (Montblanc - Sorbet - Horne - Nono - Hurdy - Gurdy) - Vaan|
|Bazaar - Cataclysm - Judge - Loot - Paling - Trap|