Collar with a small bell that rings as the wearer walks. Restores HP with each step taken.
Tintinnabulum (タマのすず, Tama no Suzu?, lit. Cat's Bell), also called Tintinabar and Cat's Bell, is a recurring accessory in the series. It generally restores HP to the user while walking around on the field.
Tintinnabulum (also called Tintinabar) is a relic that can be found in Mobliz and the Imperial Palace, by morphing a Stray Cat, dropped from the Tonberry, or by betting the Megalixir, Growth Egg, or Miracle Shoes at the Dragon's Neck Coliseum. It can also be betted in the Coliseum to win a Growth Egg. The wearer recovers HP with each step taken, the amount of HP gained per step equals to the wearer's Stamina/4.
Automatically recover HP while walking.
Cat's Bell is an bronze rank accessory that allows the wearer to automatically recover HP while walking and provides HP +15%. Consume 1 to teach a creature HP Stroll to a creature. It can be found in Kilika Temple (chapter 5) and Ruin Depths or as a gift from Pacce in Bevelle, if the player sided with New Yevon. It sells for 10 gil.
A little bell with a sweet tone. They say it felled an esper.
The bell of a cat who had been surrounded by seafood.
Tintinnabulum is a trade accessory that provides Luck +4. It can be obtained from either Confessions of the Creator - Pervasive Sorrow in a treasure chest in the bottom right, or from Confessions of the Creator - Solitary Salvation in a treasure chest in the top left.
A mysterious bell that rings with a soothing chime. Walking around while listening to the sound of this bell revitalizes the body, gradually restoring the wearer's health. The bell's sound seems to emit a great deal of naturally restorative power, but the reason behind this remains unknown. Some theorize that the bell may have actually belonged to a real cat at some point.
tintinnabulum is a bell mounted on a pole, placed in a Roman Catholic Basilica to signify the church's link with the Pope.A
A cat bell is a bell attached to the collar of a cat. The bell will warn potential preys of the cat's approach.