. Final Fantasy IX
Removes Petrify and Gradual Petrify.
Stona (, also known as ストナ, Sutona ) ? SOFT, is a recurring White Magic spell which cures the Petrify status.
Stona, also known as SOFT in the
NES release, is a level 6 White Magic spell which removes Petrification from a single ally.
The spell can be bought at
Crescent Lake and can be learned by the White Mage and White Wizard job classes. In the GBA/PSP/iOS releases it costs 10 MP to cast and unlocks for purchase at Level 26.
Stona is a Level 6 White Magic used by the White Mage, Devout, Sage, and Onion Knight Jobs. It can be bought in Doga's Manor for 10,000 gil, has a 60% Accuracy, and costs 6 MP. The spell is also used for the Gold Needle item.
Stona is a White Magic spell used by both Dagger and Eiko, learned from the Multina Racket and Lamia's Flute. Stona cures Petrify and Gradual Petrify and costs 8 MP. It can be reflected and works with Return Magic. Stona also inflicts instant death on stone-based enemies.
Stona is a type of Healing Magic, and can be learned by White Mages and Scholars.
Stona is a White Magick spell. Its License is White Magick 3 that costs 30 LP. It removes the two status effects Stone and Petrify from a target.
International Zodiac Job System version, Stona's License is White Magick 5 that costs 40 LP. The spell is found in Jahara, and can be used by two job classes, White Mage and Red Battlemage.
Stona appears as a spell selectable during Onion Knight's Spellbook EX Burst, but it does nothing.
Stona is a White Magic Ability with a Rarity of ☆☆. It removes Petrify from one target, it can initially be used four times and it can be honed to Rank 5. It can be created by using Lesser White Orb x5, Lesser Earth Orb x8 and 3000 gil.
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Etymology Edit -na is derived from Japanese meaning "cure".
Naoshi ( 治 ( ナオ ) し ( シ ) ) ?