# Opal (item)

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Gemstone that mirrors the bond of the gods. Draws its holder's soul to the heavens after death.

Opal (オパール, Opāru?) is a recurring item in the series.

## AppearancesEdit

### Final Fantasy IXEdit

Restores HP. It cannot be used in the field. Equip as an Add-on.
—Description

Opal is an item and an add-on, obtained by synthesizing it on disc 4 at Daguerreo, Black Mage Village, and in Memoria at Hades for 100 gil, an Ore, and a Potion. It can be found in the Forgotten Plains Chocograph (x14) or Cold Lagoon Chocograph (x9), dropped from Cerberus, Mover, and Wraith (Blue Flame), or stolen from Mover. It teaches the abilities Shiva and Blizzara, and when used as an item, restores HP equal to the number of Opals in the player's inventory x84.

The more Opals in the player's inventory, the more powerful Shiva's Diamond Dust becomes, according to the following formula:

$Diamond Dust attack power = 36 + No. of Opals$

### Final Fantasy XII: Revenant WingsEdit

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A leather pouch containing opals. Sell it at the item shops.
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Opal is a generic item that does nothing, but can be sold for 1,750 GP. It is dropped by Griffin Hand.

### Dissidia Final FantasyEdit

Symbol of hope, innocence, and purity.
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Opal is a trade accessory that provides Luck +3. It can be obtained from the Falcon Course in the Duel Colosseum or in the shop by trading 1,600 gil and Elixir x2.

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## EtymologyEdit

Opal is a hydrated amorphous form of silica classed as a mineraloid, unlike the other crystalline forms of silica, which are classed as minerals. It is deposited at a relatively low temperature and may occur in the fissures of almost any kind of rock. The internal structure of precious opal makes it diffract light; depending on the conditions in which it formed, it can take on many colors. Precious opal ranges from clear through white, gray, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, magenta, rose, pink, slate, olive, brown, and black. Of these hues, the reds against black are the most rare, whereas white and greens are the most common. It varies in optical density from opaque to semitransparent. Common opal, called "potch" by miners, does not show the display of color exhibited in precious opal.