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The SP Hourglass is an item in Bravely Default and Bravely Second: End Layer.


The SP Hourglass is a moon artifact that collects Sleep Points (SP). The hourglass utilizes its power to manipulate the flow of time, most notably to freeze time, allowing the user to continue to move while the world around them stops. After acquiring enough SP, it creates a charge that allows the user to activate Bravely Second, pausing a battle to allow the player's part to have a free action at any time. It takes roughly 8 real world hours to create a single charge or 3 charges can be obtained through a SP Drink using real world currency. The hourglass holds a maximum of three charges.


Bravely DefaultEdit

BD After encountering a strange green clothed adventurer at the Norende Ravine, the adventurer hands him a strange gold hourglass, telling him to keep it on him at all times. The Adventurer also explains the mechanics behind the artifact and Tiz and his friends use its power throughout their journey.

Bravely Second: End LayerEdit

BS One of the things Magnolia Arch brings from the Moon on her journey to Luxendarc is her silver SP Hourglass, allowing the party to utilize the power of Bravely Second. At Saggita Village, Lotus takes the hourglass and performs some repair work on it, giving it a golden look when finished. At the end of their journey, after Kaiser Oblivion successfully enters the time stream, the Moon goes missing and the world's time has stopped. Yew begs to a higher power to go back to a time when they can change things.

Upon starting New Game+, should the player activate Bravely Second, the SP Hourglass allows the four heroes to travel back in time to the past and stops Agnès Oblige's kidnapping. At the end of the battle against Providence, Tiz begins to die without Altair's soul giving him life force. Suddenly, the Adventurer informs them that they can use the power of the SP Hourglass to give Tiz more life. Unfortunately their current SP Hourglass does not have enough energy to do so, so the Adventurer asks for it. The Adventurer travels into the past and is revealed to be the one who gave Tiz the Hourglass in Bravely Default. Since the end of Bravely Default, Angès has been holding onto the hourglass and quickly heads to Norende Ravine to. Filled to the brim with two years of SP, Angès uses the hourglass to revive Tiz.

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