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The undying phoenix is said to call back souls from the heavens, but to win the attention of such fabled bird, you must give up a feather as an offering. The best are the downy feathers of the tail... hence the term phoenix down, see? Mark well that not just any feather will do. Depending on quality and size, the blessing received varies greatly. Displeased? You get what you pay for.
—Kirrik, Pugilist, Aletap Rumors

Phoenix Down (フェニックスの尾, Fenikkusu no o?, lit. Phoenix Tail), sometimes known as Fenix Down or Life, is a recurring common item in the Final Fantasy series. The "Down" refers to the down feathers of a bird, the undercoat of feathers beneath the visible layer on top. The down feathers of a Phoenix would return people from the dead as a Phoenix itself does. The Aletap Rumors of Final Fantasy XII says that the Phoenix Down works by being offered to appeal to the mystical Phoenix itself to allow a lost soul to return, with the quality and overall beauty of the current feather being a crucial factor.

Phoenix Downs are used to revive characters who have been knocked out in battle. Like most curative items and spells, characters can also throw a Phoenix Down at an undead enemy in most games, resulting in damage or instant death, although some undead enemies and bosses are immune to this. Alternatives to a Phoenix Down are the White Magic spells Raise and Arise. There is also a Mega Phoenix item in some games that revives all characters.

In games where only one character is controlled, such as Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII- and Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-, instead of reviving a fallen character, the Phoenix Down casts Reraise on the player.

Appearances Edit

Final Fantasy Edit


Revives one KO'd ally.

Phoenix Downs do not appear in the NES and PS versions, and players have to rely on the magic spell Life/Lif2 or Clinics to revive fallen characters. Phoenix Downs were introduced in the GBA version Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls, priced at 500 gil a piece.

Phoenix Down
Effect Revives a KO'd character.
Buy All shops
Find Marsh Cave, Mount Gulg, Hellfire Chasm, Lifespring Grotto (x6), Whisperwind Cove (x15)
Drop Mindflayer, Soldier
Cost 500 gil

Final Fantasy II Edit


Revives a KO'd ally.

The Phoenix Down makes its debut, with a price of 5,000 gil (500 gil in later versions) in item shops. It may also be found as a dropped item from enemies or inside chests.

Phoenix Down
Effect Revives KO'd allies.
Buy All shops
Find Castle Deist, Tropical Island, Cave of Mysidia
Drop Emperor, Tiamat, Mantis King, Chimera Brain, Yamatano Orochi
Cost 5,000 gil
500 gil

Final Fantasy III Edit

III They are not bought in shops but are found in the field and can be sold for 1,500 gil. This property is retained in the 3D version, where it is found randomly, and sold for a mere one gil.

Phoenix Down
Also called Fenix Down
Effect Revives KO'd ally.
Find Ur (x2), Castle Sasune, Canaan, Dragon's Peak, Tozus (x2), Molten Cave (x2), Hein's Castle (x4), Replito, Southeastern Saronia (x2), Saronia (x2), Saronia Catacombs (x4), Sunken Cave, Lake Dohr, Bahamut's Lair (x2), Doga's Grotto (x2), Ancients' Maze (x3), Eureka (x3), Crystal Tower (x5)
Steal Rust Bird
Drop Medusa, Gutsco, Salamander, Hein, Kraken, Goldor, Garuda, Leviathan, Bahamut, Doga, Unei, Titan, Amon, General, Scylla, Guardian, Xande

Final Fantasy IV Edit


Revives one KO'd ally
Phoenix Down
Also called Life, Revival Medicine
Effect Revives KO'd character with 1/10 of max HP.
Buy All shops
Find Antlion's Den, Tower of Babil - Lower, Cave of Eblan (x2), Sealed Cave (x2), Feymarch (x3), Baron Castle (x2)
Steal Cockatrice, Helldiver, Fledgling Rukh
Drop Cockatrice, Helldiver, Floating Eye, Blood Eye, Fledgling Rukh, Hellflapper, Eyewing Moth
Cost 100 gil

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude- Edit


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Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Edit

FFIVTAY Phoenix Downs are bought for 100 gil at all stores, and can also be dropped by enemies and found throughout the entire game.

Final Fantasy V Edit


Removes KO status.
Phoenix Down
Also called Fenix Down
Effect Revives KO'd ally with 1/4 of Max HP.
Buy Carwen onwards
Find Tycoon Meteorite, Tule, Ship Graveyard (x2), North Mountain, Tycoon Castle (x2), Walse Castle, Fire-Powered Ship, Library of Ancients, Ronka Ruins, Moogle Village, Drakenvale, Great Forest of Moore, Istory Falls, Great Sea Trench, Phoenix Tower (x4)
Steal Hellraiser, Ghidra, Death Dealer, Druid, Gobbledygook, Jackanapes, Bandercoeurl, Kuza Beast, Orukat, Page 64, Dhorme Chimera, Wing Raptor, Manticore, Dragon Flower
Drop Archeosaur, King Behemoth, Bandercoeurl, Pantera, Tunneller, Ifrit, Gargoyle, Twintania - Form 1, Exdeath
Cost 1,000 gil

Phoenix Down is also a result from the Mix command. Rather redundantly, it is only achieved by mixing two Phoenix Downs.

Final Fantasy VI Edit


Cures KO status.

It can be used at the Coliseum to obtain the Magicite/Rename Card. It revives a KO'd ally with 1/8th of their Max HP.

Phoenix Down
Also called Fenix Down
Effect Revive KO'd ally. Instantly kills undead enemies.
Buy All shops
Find [WoB] Narshe Mines, [WoB] South Figaro, [WoB] Returners' Hideout (x2), [WoB] Phantom Train (x2), [WoR] South Figaro - Barrel (if the player did not get the Warp Stone in the WoB), [WoR] Mobliz, [WoR] Doma Castle
Steal Fidor, Vulture, Vasegiatta, Zombie Dragon, Marchosias, Ouroboros, Face, Zeveak, Belzecue, Balloon, Chaos Dragon, Gobbledygook, Seaflower, Galypdes, Necromancer, Clymenus
Drop Vulture, Anguiform, Zombie Dragon, Ouroboros, Face, Zeveak, Chaos Dragon, Seaflower, Venobennu, Galypdes, Clymenus, Right Blade, Left Blade, Captain
Morph Templar, Borghese, Suriander, Vulture, Killer Mantis, Anguiform, Brainpan, Devoahan, Sandhorse, General, Kamui, Wartpuck, Lenergia, Twinscythe, Misfit, Oceanus, Demon Knight, Imperial Elite, Aspidochelon, Greater Mantis, Rukh
Cost 500 gil

Final Fantasy VII Edit


Restores life

Phoenix Down has a 25% chance of instantly killing an undead target.

Phoenix Down
Effect Revives a KO'd ally with 25% of max HP.
Buy All shops (except Icicle Inn)
Find Sector 1 Reactor, Train to Sector 4, Corneo's Mansion, Aeris's House, Mt. Corel (x10)
Steal Heavy Tank, King Behemoth, 2-Faced, Griffin, Ark Dragon, Ghost Ship, Lessaloploth, Magnade, Malldancer
Drop Adamantaimai, Ark Dragon, Behemoth, Christopher, Crazy Saw, Dorky Face, Ghirofelgo, Ghost Ship, Griffin, Iron Man, Lessaloploth, Tail Vault, Vargid Police, Wind Wing, Aps
Morph Deenglow, Griffin, Wind Wing
Other Prize at the chocobo races, available in all classes.
Cost 300 gil

Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII- Edit

FFVIIDoC Phoenix Downs revive Vincent automatically if he is KO'd in combat, provided he has the item in stock. They cost 1000 gil to purchase and are available from the start of the game.

Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII- Edit

FFVIIBC Phoenix Downs fully restore all of the player's HP after the player is incapacitated.

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Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- Edit


Fully restores HP when user is incapacitated.

Phoenix Down items restore all of Zack's health. When a Phoenix Down is used, a small feather appears over Zack's head. When he is knocked out, the feather will revive Zack. Phoenix Downs cannot be purchased and only found during missions.

Also, if the player has no Phoenix Downs in their inventory, the Red, Green, Blue and Yellow Materia in the laboratory in the Banora Underground may drop one.

The only other unlimited source of Phoenix Downs in the game is that 99 of them can be stolen from the secret superboss, Minerva, and this can be repeated in subsequent rematches. Even if Zack fails, he keeps the Phoenix Downs he has stolen. However, this does not work on the Japanese version, where losing a mission means a Game Over.

Final Fantasy VIII Edit


Phoenix Down
Effect Revives a KO'd ally with 1/10 of max HP.
Buy All item shops
Find Dollet (complete dog sidequest before disc 3)
Steal Esthar Soldier (Cyborg), G-Soldier, Gerogero, Guard
Drop Base Leader, Base Soldier, Guard, Paratrooper, Esthar Soldier, Esthar Soldier (Cyborg), Elite Soldier
Refine Life Ring x1 - Phoenix Down x2, Regen Ring x1 - Phoenix Down x8. (Recov Med-RF Carbuncle)
Cost 500 gil

Final Fantasy IX Edit


Cures KO.

Synthesizing a Phoenix Down with a Gysahl Green produces a Phoenix Pinion.

Phoenix Down
Effect Revives a KO'd ally with minimal HP.
Buy All item shops
Find Alexandria Castle, Evil Forest, Ice Cavern, Dali, Burmecia, Summit Station, Gargan Roo, Cleyra's Trunk, Cleyra, Madain Sari, Iifa Tree
Steal Adamantoise, Cactuar, Cave Imp, Crawler, Epitaph, Fang, Gigan Octopus, Iron Man, Lamia, Maliris (Crystal World), Soldier (A), Soldier (B), Stroper, Tonberry, Type A, Wyerd, Beatrix 1st, Beatrix 2nd, Beatrix 3rd, Ralvuimago, Hilgigars, Shell Dragon (A)
Drop Abomination, Agares, Amarant (Mirror), Armstrong, Axolotl, Bandersnatch, Behemoth (B), Blazer Beetle, Bomb, Cactuar, Carrion Worm, Carve Spider, Cave Imp, Chimera, Dagger (Mirror), Dendrobium, Dracozombie, Drakan, Eiko (Mirror), Epitaph, Fang, Feather Circle, Flan, Freya (Mirror), Gargoyle, Garuda, Gigan Octopus, Goblin, Grand Dragon, Grenade, Grimlock (Red), Hecteyes, Hedgehog Pie, Ironite, Iron Man, Jabberwock, Land Worm, Lamia, Lizard Man, Maliris (Crystal World), Mimic, Mover (A), Mu, Ochu, Ogre (A), Ogre (B), Python, Quina (Mirror), Sahagin, Sand Golem, Skeleton, Steiner (Mirror), Stroper, Tiamat (Crystal World), Type A, Type B, Vepal (Red), Veteran, Vice, Vivi (Mirror), Yan, Zidane (Mirror), Zuu, Prison Cage, Plant Brain, Sealion, Antlion (B), Earth Guardian, Maliris, Tiamat, Kraken, Lich, Deathguise
Cost 150 gil

Final Fantasy X Edit


FFX Phoenix Down Icon
Revives one character from KO.

Phoenix Downs are common items used to revive fallen party members. Rikku can also use them in her mixing.

Phoenix Down
Effect Revives KO'd ally with 50% of max HP.
Buy All item shops
Find Besaid Village, Luca - Dock No. 2 (x2), Moonflow - South Wharf (x2), Thunder Plains - South (x2), Macalania Woods - Central (x3), Macalania Temple - Hall (x3)
Steal Condor, Ghost
Drop Mech Hunter, Mech Defender, YAT-97, YAT-99
Bribe N/A
Other Gift: Besaid (Dock), Kilika Woods (encounter from left and escape from Lord Ochu), Mushroom Rock Road (Entrance), Djose Highroad
Prize: Blitzball - League (2nd Place), Tournament (3rd Place), Cavern of the Stolen Fayth (Magic Urn)
Cost 100 gil

Final Fantasy X-2 Edit

X-2 While again very common, Phoenix Downs will become free from the Alchemist dressphere via the Stash skillset.

Phoenix Down
Effect Revives a KO'd ally with 1/10 of max HP.
Buy All item shops
Find Celsius (all chapters), Kilika Port (chapter 1/3/5), Mi'ihen Highroad (chapter 1/2/3/5), Mushroom Rock Road (chapter 1/2), Djose Temple (chapter 1/2/3/5), Thunder Plains (chapter 1/2/3/4), Fiend Haunt (chapter 4), Bevelle (chapter 3/5), Calm Lands (chapter 1), Mt. Gagazet (chapter 2), Zanarkand (chapter 1/2/3/5)
Steal Ahriman (normal and Oversoul), Barong, Battlesnake, Behemoth, Blackguard, Coeurl (normal and Oversoul), Coyote, Creeper (normal and Oversoul), Crimson Shadow, Death Dauber (normal and Oversoul), Elma, Fly Eye (normal and Oversoul), Goon, Grim Gaze, Haizhe, Hrimthurs, Hug Bug (normal and Oversoul), Killer Hound, League Fighter, League Master, League Raider, League Ranger, League Scout, Left Bulwark, Left Redoubt, Leucophylla, Monolith, Nashorn, Peregrine, Quadricorn, Queen Coeurl, Recoil, Rukh, Right Bulwark, Right Redoubt, Sahagin Prince (normal and Oversoul), Sand Worm, She-Goon, Stalwart, Takouba, Tentacles, Viper Sniper, White Fang, Wild Wolf (normal and Oversoul), Zu
Drop ????, Ahriman (Oversoul), Bomb, Daeva, Death Dauber (Oversoul), Flak Python, Fly Eye (normal and Oversoul), Gigas, Goon, Grim Gaze, Haizhe, Hrimthurs, League Mage, League Ranger, League Trooper, Leblanc (Luca, Floating Ruins), Logos (Luca, Floating Ruins), Nashorn, Ormi (Luca, Floating Ruins), Phantom, Protochimera, Quadricorn, Queen Coeurl, Recoil, Rukh, Shantak (normal and Oversoul), She-Goon, Stalwart, Takouba, Tentacles (normal and Oversoul), Yellow Elemental, Yevon Defender, Yevon Guard, Yevon's Finest, Yevon Striker, Zu, Zurvan
Bribe Coyote, Fly Eye (Oversoul), Goon, League Fighter, League Raider, League Scout, Peregrine, She-Goon, Wild Wolf (normal and Oversoul), Yevon Defender, Yevon Guard
Cost 100 gil

Final Fantasy XII Edit

XII Phoenix Down revives a character with 20% of their max HP. Using the Phoenix Lores 1, 2, and 3 raises that percentage to 30%, 40%, and 50% respectively. Wearing the Pheasant Netsuke doubles the potency of the Phoenix Down. Using Phoenix Down with Nihopalaoa accessory results in instant death. There is a minor glitch involving using Phoenix Down simultaneously with another item on an ally.

Phoenix Downs are bought for 250 gil. It is also found in numerous treasures and dropped by many humanoid-type enemies.

Final Fantasy XIII Edit


Phoenix Down XIII

Phoenix Down revives a character with 70% of their max health. They can be bought for 1,000 gil from Unicorn Mart. Phoenix Downs are dropped by most Corps enemies. Items do not use the ATB bar, making them useful when the party needs to revive someone as quickly as possible. However, it cannot be used on the lead character for the game ends immediately after he or she falls.

Final Fantasy XIII-2 Edit


Recovers one ally from KO with Protect and Shell.

Phoenix Down revives a character, gives them Shell and Protect and restores some wound damage. This common item can be easily obtained from monsters in the early game; achieving 5 stars in a battle where one of the opposing monster(s) offer a Phoenix Down will increase the chance of receiving one and possibly the chance to receive two instead of none or one. Phoenix Down can also be bought from Chocolina's shop for 1,600 gil. It can be dropped by Chaos Bahamut (commmon; Academia -500 AF-), Nekton (rare), Meonekton (rare), Gogmagog (common), Sarracenia (common), and Paradox Alpha (common).

There is an enhanced item called Phoenix Blood which revives a character and grants Haste status. It can be bought for 4,000 coins in Serendipity and dropped by Pantopoda (rare), Chaos Bahamut (rare; Academia -500 AF-).

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Edit

LR Phoenix Down is a common item available in most General Stores for 1280 gil, or from Hope on the Ark for 1 EP. It is used to revive Lightning from KO, also applying Veil, Protect and Shell.

Phoenix Wing is an item available for purchase from Hope on the Ark for 2 EP from Day 6 (or anytime on New Game+). It can also be obtained by trading soul seeds (80 - 1st playthrough, 60 - New Game+). It revives Lightning to full health and grants Haste.

Final Fantasy XIV Edit

XIV Phoenix Down is used to raise a fallen ally. It cannot be used in combat and is extremely rare, only being obtainable as a reward from a handful of high level quests in northern Thanalan unlocked towards the end of the storyline. They can also be purchased from the player-operated market board. Only one can be carried at any time.

Final Fantasy XV Edit

XV Phoenix Downs are bought for 1000 gil from shops. They revive one party member from KO state. When Noctis's max HP falls to 0, the player has a window to use a Phoenix Down to restore him before they would get a Game Over.

Final Fantasy Type-0 Edit

TYPE0 Phoenix Downs are rare, though they can be obtained by exchanging 80 Knowing Tags with the Class Eighth moogle. To use a Phoenix Down the player must use it after a character has died, but before they disappear from the battlefield.

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Final Fantasy Agito Edit


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Final Fantasy Tactics Edit


Use phoenix down to restore life to a fallen unit. Vanishes after one use.
Phoenix Down
Effect Revives any KO'd unit it is used on, even enemies. It can KO most undead enemies and units with Zombie status, but skeleton and ghost type units will be reborn after a countdown when defeated this way. If the unit is revived, it can be guaranteed that the HP is very low.
Cost 300 gil

The ability required to use it can be learned from the Chemist job for 90 JP. It can be bought from all the outfitters, is a common reward for winning battles and can be found on some locations with the Treasure Hunter ability.

Phoenix Down is also mentioned in an optional mission by Ramza, who says "Oh, no! Phoenix Down! Where is the Phoenix Down!" when Mustadio suffers a rather painful strike from Worker 8.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Edit


Magical tail feather revives fallen allies.

The Phoenix Down revives a KO'd ally with 50% of their Max HP. It is bought for 300 gil and sold for 150 gil. Can be obtained by reaching Collection Skill 5. Phoenix Down has a Magic Power of 90, which is used when used against undead, and is considered Holy elemental.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift Edit


A magick feather with the power to revive those at death's door.

Using a Phoenix Down on undead-type enemies do not KO them immediately, but will instead do HP damage. Phoenix Downs can be purchased at every shop for 200 gil, or can be occasionally obtained from Judges after winning a battle while abiding the law. They can also be used to permanently kill any undead creatures after their HP has been reduced to zero and they have entered their "tombstone" form.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Edit

FFCC Phoenix Downs are found through dungeons. In Single Player Mode, Phoenix Downs are automatically used when the player is knocked out but only if they have it equipped to an empty slot.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates Edit


Plumage of the legendary bird engulfed by fire. Full of vitality but hot to the touch. Yeouch!
—Material Description

Phoenix Downs only appear on screen in dungeons to players who are knocked out. Yukes can also view them with their Tribe ability.

Phoenix Downs also appear as a crafting material, obtained only from enemies on Hard or Very Hard mode, specifically the Bat, Fire Bat, Icarus Mu, Mu (all but River Belle), Snow Mu, Vulcan Mu, Coelacanth (only at Rela Cyel), Cu Chaspel, Scorpion (only at Crystal Temple), and the Garuda (only at Mount Vaal).

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time Edit


Plumage of the legendary bird engulfed by fire. Full of vitality but hot to the touch.

Phoenix Down is a material that can only be obtained through completing the mission "Gladiators 2" on Hard or Very Hard mode.

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light Edit

4HoL Phoenix Downs can be bought for 100 G at various shops, and can be acquired throughout various means in the game, from finding them as treasures and being dropped by monsters. The player needs to assign the Phoenix Down in a party member's personal inventory to be able to use it in battle.

Bravely Default Edit


A mystical item said to be made from the feathers of the phoenix, a mythological bird from the dim, distant past. The item itself is from the land of Wa, which vanished centuries ago.

Phoenix Downs revive an incapacitated target, and has a 70% chance to cause death when used on undead enemies. It can be bought from Caldisla, Ancheim, Comrade, Florem, Grandship, Hartschild, Starkfort, Eternia, Adventurer (Norende Village Trader Shop Lv. 3) for 100 pg. It can be found in Centro Keep, Lontano Villa, Ancheim, Vestment Cave, Grand Mill Works, Miasma Woods, Temple of Water, and Witherwood.

When used in compounding:

  • Phoenix Down + Phoenix Down = Phoenix Down
  • Phoenix Down + Remedy = Remedy
  • Phoenix Down + Elixir = Elixir
  • Phoenix Down + Megalixir = Megalixir
  • Phoenix Down + Potion, Hi-Potion, or X-Potion = Resurrect
  • Phoenix Down + Ether or Turbo Ether = Reincarnate
  • Phoenix Down + Eye Drops, Echo Herbs, Wakeup Bell, Balsam, or Antidote = Smelling Salts

Final Fantasy Dimensions Edit

FFD The Phoenix Down can cure the Knocked Out status, and may be bought for 200 gil. Ankhegs also drop them.

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Final Fantasy Dimensions II Edit


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Dissidia Final Fantasy Edit

Dissidia The Phoenix Down is not an item, but an accessory that allows the player to survive a killing blow with only 1 HP remaining, and breaks immediately after activating. It doesn't work if the player is suffering from a Bravery Break or they already have 1 HP remaining.

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy Edit

Dissidia012 The Phoenix Down accessory has been replaced by Iifa Leaf in function. Phoenix Downs are now board pieces found in certain Gateways that revive any KO'd party members and replenishes some of their HP.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Edit

TFF Phoenix Down revives the player's party with 30% of their maximum HP when they die.

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Edit

TFFCC Phoenix Down is a healing item that can be equipped. It is used when HP gauge hits zero and restores 30% of HP gauge. It is obtained randomly after completing a Music Stage.

Pictlogica Final Fantasy Edit


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Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade Edit

FFAB Phoenix Down raises a summon stone's charge to its maximum level so the player can immediately use that summon stone's power when fighting with their brigade.

It can normally be purchased for 100 MobaCoin within the shop. It used to be available for purchase in the Exclusive Shop for 180 MobaCoin alongside a Turbo Ether in a set titled, Phoenix Down Commemorative Set.

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Final Fantasy Explorers Edit


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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit


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Final Fantasy Brave Exvius Edit


The tailfeather of a bird, able to bring one back from the verge of death. Billed by ambitious merchants as having been plucked from the legendary phoenix, the truth of such claims are unsubstantiated. None can deny its power, however, bringing those who have all but drawn their last breath back to their feet. Many travelers keep one in their pocket as a talisman against unforeseen dangers.
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Mobius Final Fantasy Edit


MFF Phoenix Down
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World of Final Fantasy Edit


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Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon Edit

FablesC'sD Phoenix Down casts Reraise meaning if Chocobo is knocked out he will recover with 100% HP, but SP will not recover. Phoenix Down can be found in almost all dungeons.

Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances Edit

Ehrgeiz: God Bless the Ring Edit

Ehrgeiz Phoenix Down
Sparkling gold feathers from the immortal Phoenix.

The Phoenix Down appears as an item within the Forsaken Dungeon. The player cannot get the Phoenix Down normally since there's only one Phoenix Down that can be found during the whole Quest Mode. It is gotten by defeating the final boss, Phoenix. It is used to bring back the player's unconscious partner at the end of the game, using it or not will affect the game's ending.

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Etymology Edit

In Greek mythology, a phoenix or phenix (Greek: φοῖνιξ phoinix; Latin: phoenix, phœnix, fenix) is a long-lived bird that is cyclically regenerated or reborn. Associated with the sun, a phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. According to some sources, the phoenix dies in a show of flames and combustion, although there are other sources that claim that the legendary bird dies and simply decomposes before being born again. According to some texts, the phoenix could live over 1,400 years before rebirth.

The down of birds is a layer of fine feathers found under the tougher exterior feathers. Very young birds are clad only in down.