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Mythical metal spoken of in fables. Cannot be processed in pure form.
A legendary metal said to bestow divine protection. The product of a lost age, none now live who know the manner of its manufacting.
Scarletite is a loot that is required to create the Gemsteel. It can be stolen from Aspidochelon and Pandemonium, poached Emeralditan, as a Monograph drop from Emeralditan, or as a reward for fishing in the Den of River Lord areas. It sells for 1,679 gil.
A fiery metal said to be of divine origin. Functions as a transformational catalyst.
Scarletite is a component that sells for 7000 gil and can be bought from The Motherlode for 100,000 gil after chapter 11. It is a rare frop from Sacrifice (5%) and Adamanchelid (1%). Scarletite can be found in treasure boxes in the Central Expanse area of the Archylte Steppe, and the Tesseracts area of Orphan's Cradle.
A fiery metal said to be of divine origin.
A metal made only with the blessing of the gods. The secrets of its smelting are unknown to mortals.
Scarletite is a loot that is required to create the Tonberrian, Tournesol, Master Sword, Estrella, Mjolnir, and Reverie Shield. It can be obtained from completing the missions "Pirate Problems", "Survey No. 261", "Ravager", "My Little Carrot", and "Rancher's Request - White", and as a medium to high level loot drop. It sells for 2,800 gil.
A metal used to create salves to legendary weapons.
Scarletite is a trade accessory that provides Luck +4. It can be obtained from the shop by trading in 3,500 gil and Elixir x3, or obtained from the Moogle Shop for 50 KP. It is required in order to create all level 30 Exclusive weapons.
Scarletite's Japanese name, Hihīrokane, is an ancient legendary Japanese metal that is harder than diamond, does not rust and has a phenomenal thermal conductivity at room temperature.