Fully Restores MP
- —Description, Final Fantasy VII.
The Turbo Ether (エーテルターボ, Ēterutābo?, lit. Ether Turbo), also known as X-Ether (エーテルスーパー, Ēteru Sūpā?), is a recurring item in the Final Fantasy series. It recovers a high amount of the MP of one character, and thus is usually a very rare item.
Restores 150 MP.
Fully restores MP.
|Effect||Restores all MP.|
|Find||(World of Ruin) Narshe (Umaro Cave), Ancient Castle|
|Steal||Laser Gun, Gold Dragon (Dragon's Den), Magic Dragon, Red Dragon (Dragon's Den), Vilia|
|Effect||Restores all MP to a party member.|
|Find||Midgar (Sector 5 Slums (in house with kid talking about hidden drawer. Search the drawer, but don't take money. Return after Wall Market events, talk to kid to receive Turbo Ether), Cave of the Gi, Nibelheim, Icicle Inn, Northern Cave, Bone Village, Fort Condor (must win 8th and 9th battle (After Rocket Town and getting Keystone)/x3)|
|Steal||Jersey, Golem, Land Worm, Poodler, Armored Golem, Death Dealer, Edgehead, Killbin, Mover, Search Crown|
|Drop||Magic Pot, Ancient Dragon, Jersey , Mover, Sea Worm, Shadow Maker, X Cannon, Zemzelett, Shake|
|Morph||Twin Brain, Beachplug, Bullmotor, Crazy Saw, Golem, Killbin, Scrutin Eye, Zemzelett|
|Other||Prize - Chocobo Racing in B and S classes|
Turbo Ethers fully restore the player's MP. They cannot be bought.
Restores 500 MP of one character.
|Effect||Restores 500 MP.|
|Steal||Braska's Final Aeon, Sanctuary Keeper, Seymour, Spectral Keeper, Spherimorph|
|Bribe||Exoray, Funguar, Thorn|
|Other||Prize: Calm Lands - Catcher Chocobo (tie/beat time), Monster Arena (unlock Bomb King (x60)|
|Effect||Restores 500 MP.|
|Buy||Argent, Inc. (Calm Lands) for 1,000 credits.|
|Find||Mushroom Rock Road (Chapter 1 - Ravine, Chapter 2 - Ravine x2; Chapter 5 - Ravine x3), Macalania Woods (Chapter 1 - Central), Kilika (Chapter 1 - Pilgrimage road; Chapter 2 - Docks; Chapter 5 - Trials x2), Celsius (Chapter 4 - Engine Room x3; Chapter 5 - Engine Room x4), Thunder Plains (Chapter 4 - North; Chapter 5 - North x2), Mi'ihen Highroad (Chapter 5 - Fiend Colony), Calm Lands (Chapter 5 - South, Ruin Depths x2), Farplane (Road to Farplane x2, Heart of the Farplane x3)|
|Steal||Aranea (normal and Oversoul), Elder Drake (normal and Oversoul), Experiment, King VERMIN! (normal and Oversoul), Mega Tonberry (normal and Oversoul), Omega Weapon, Tonberry (Oversoul), Trema, Vegnagun (Body)|
|Drop||Azi Dahaka (Oversoul), Tonberry (Oversoul)|
|Bribe||Arast, Dark Elemental, Flan Azabache (normal and Oversoul), King VERMIN!, Queen Coeurl (Oversoul)|
Turbo Ethers restore a great deal of EP. They can be obtained by giving 50 Unappraised Items to Elmer in Ruffian and selling 100 soul seeds to the soul seeds Merchants from the second playthrough and onwards. An alternative way to buy Turbo Ether is via Outerworld Services from random characters in the world for 5,600 gil.
X-Ether, like all other items in the game, are subject to a cooldown timer shared between all items.
|Description||Processed via the alchemical extraction of aetheric essence occurring in elemental crystals, the contents of this vial instantly restore a sizable amount of MP.|
|Effect||Restores 20% of current MP, up to a maximum of 630MP restored. 240 second cooldown|
|Recipe||Voidsent Blood (x1) Thavnairian Mistletoe (x1) Mugwort (x1), Water Cluster (X1) Lightning Cluster (x1), creates 3 potions. Alchemist level 50|
X-Ether is a recovery item that can be bought for 640 GP which restores 15 MP, it has one use.
A tonic made by decocting wind drake tears, mandragora petals, chomper juice and treant fruit for six weeks and then diluting it with an aspir solution.
Turbo Ethers restore 150 MP to the target. It can be used to reduce MP by 40 when used on undead enemies. It can be bought from Grandship, Eternia, and the Adventurer (Norende Village Trader Shop Lv. 10) for 5000 pg.
The Turbo Ether in Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade restores 3 BP.
Diethyl ether was once used in pharmaceuticals. A mixture of alcohol and ether was known as "Spirit of ether" or Hoffman's Drops. In the United States, it was removed from Pharmacopeia prior to June 1917.