Final Fantasy VI.
Necklace with three star-shaped bangles on its chain. Reduces the MP cost of all magic to 1.
Three Stars (, also known as the スリースターズ, Surī Sutāzu ) ? Celestriad or Economizer, is a recurring item used to reduce the MP cost of magic and skills.
Also known as the Economizer in the SNES and PlayStation releases, the Celestriad is a relic that causes all magic spells, lores, and summons to cost 1 MP.
An easy way of obtaining multiple Celestriads is to equip
Gogo with three Steal abilities, give him/her the Aegis Shield, the Brigand's Glove and Safety Bit relics. Betting a Murakumo in the Dragon's Neck Coliseum will put the player in a fight against Galypdes, an otherwise rare enemy in the Phoenix Cave. Gogo will repeatedly mug the Galypdes, stealing either a Phoenix Down, or, if the player is lucky, a Celestriad. Upon winning the fight, the player wins a Holy Lance, which the player can bet to fight a Death Machine to obtain a new Murakumo, starting the cycle over.
Another way of obtaining a Celestriad is an
item drop from Brachiosaur. The Celestriad can also be won by betting the Soul of Thamasa and defeating the Behemoth King.
Betting the Celestriad will reward the player with a
Dragon Horn after defeating a Vector Chimera.
Reduces party's MP cost to 0.
Three Stars x20 can be used to customize
One MP Cost to a weapon, x30 can be used to add Break MP Limit on armor, or x5 can be used to teach an aeon Doublecast.
Reduces party's MP cost for skills and spells to 0. Also negates HP loss from Dark Knight's Darkness ability.
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Etymology Edit mansion is one of the twenty-eight mansions of the Chinese constellations. It is one of the western mansions of the White Tiger. This collection of seven bright stars is visible during winter in the Northern Hemisphere (summer in the Southern).