Hourglass that casts Stop for a moderate period of time
Silver Hourglass (銀の砂時計, Gin no Sunatokē?), also known as Hrglass2 and Argentic Hourglass, is a recurring item in the series. It is a weaker version of the Gold Hourglass, generally acting the same but to a lesser extent.
Silver Hourglass is an item that inflicts Stop to all enemies for a moderate amount of time. It cannot be obtained in the SNES version, and can only be obtained in the non-3D versions as a drop from Li'l Murderer or found at Eblan Castle, Dwarven Castle, Cave of Eblan, and Tower of Babil. In the 3D versions, in addition to obtaining it as normal, it can be bought for 9,800 gil at Feymarch.
Silver Hourglass returns, providing the same effect as in the previous game. It can be found at Cave of Eblan.
Silver Hourglass returns, providing the same effect as in the previous games. It can be dropped from Thunder Dragon or found at Ancient Waterway during Ceodore's Tale, Mist during Porom's Tale, Baron during the Final Tale, Subterrane, Palom's Challenge Dungeon, and the Depths.
Delays next turn of all enemies.
Silver Hourglass is an item that can only be used via the Use command, and delays their next turn. When 16 are customized on a weapon, it gives the ability Slowtouch, while 10 on an armor will give the ability Slow Ward. If four are given to an aeon, it can learn the ability Slow, while giving an aeon 20 will teach them Delay Attack. It can be stolen from Mushussu and Kusariqqu, bribed from Lamashtu and Vouivre, or a reward from the Magic Urn's outer eyes.
Silver Hourglass is an accessory that increases EX Mode Duration by 5%, but lowers Assist Gauge Duration by 10%. It can be obtained from the shop by trading 900 gil, Girl's Dream x3, Phantom's Dream x3, and Blackcrystal Sliver x3.
Silver is a chemical element with the chemical symbol Ag and atomic number 47. A soft, white, lustrous transition metal, it possesses the highest electrical conductivity of any element and the highest thermal conductivity of any metal.
Silver often carries connotations of "second-best," especially when contrasted with gold.
It is also known as "Argentic Hourglass." Argentum means "silver" in Latin.
An hourglass measures the passage of a few minutes or an hour of time.