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It's important to find one on your own and polish it.

Ore (原石, Genseki?, lit. Gemstone) is a recurring item in the series.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy IXEdit

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Restores HP.
—Description

Ore is an item that increases the success rate of Zantetsuken equal to No. of Ores / 2, powers up Odin's Sword power equal to 145 - No. of Ore, and when used as an item during battle, it restores HP equal to the total stock of Ore x4. It can be dropped from Bandersnatch, Carve Spider, Cave Imp, Clipper, Crawler, Dragonfly, Garuda, Gigan Toad (B), Land Worm, Lizard Man, Malboro, Shell Dragon (B), stolen from Abomination, Agares, Anemone, Armodullahan, Armstrong, Axe Beak, Bomb, Carve Spider, Cerberus, Core, Clipper, Dendrobium, Feather Circle, Flan, Garuda, Ghost, Gigan Toad (A), Goblin Mage, Grenade, Griffin, Grimlock Red, Hedgehog Pie, Jabberwock, Land Worm, Lamia, Lich (Crystal), Lizard Man, Malboro, Mistodon (A), Mistodon (B), Nymph, Plant Spider, Python, Sand Scorpion, Skeleton, Trick Sparrow, Troll, Type B, Wraith (Blue), Wraith (Red), Yan, Yeti, Zaghnol, Zemzelett, and Zuu, found at Lindblum (disc 1), Cleyra, and Madain Sari, excavated from Fossil Roo, through Eiko's White Magic spell Jewel which can be used repeatedly, or from Chocobo Hot and Cold by exchanging 250 point from Mene.

Final Fantasy XIEdit

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Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

Dissidia012 Ore is a B Rank accessory that provides Luck +4. It can be obtained from the shop by trading 10 gil and three Dusty Elixirs, or from the Moogle Shop during Confessions of the Creator at the Elven Snowfields on Shinryu Isles for 50 KP.

Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

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EtymologyEdit

An ore is a type of rock that contains sufficient minerals with important elements including metals that can be economically extracted from the rock. The ores are extracted from the earth through mining; they are then refined (often via smelting) to extract the valuable element, or elements.