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Treasure: Found in Scrap Processing – 8 shown
The contents of the treasure; item names in italics indicate item which cannot be purchased, but which may be dropped by monsters or upgraded from purchased weapons or accessories; names in bold italics indicate items that can only be found or upgraded from other weapons or accessories that can only be found, and are therefore limited in number
Treasure
Details on exactly where to find this treasure
Notes
The contents of the treasure; item names in italics indicate item which cannot be purchased, but which may be dropped by monsters or upgraded from purchased weapons or accessories; names in bold italics indicate items that can only be found or upgraded from other weapons or accessories that can only be found, and are therefore limited in number
Treasure
Details on exactly where to find this treasure
Notes
Phoenix Down Backtrack from Sazh's starting point
Auric Amulet On a path to the right of the main path
Ember Ring In plain sight on the main path, guarded by Gremlins
Phoenix Down On the right side path before the generator
Fortisol On the right side of the reactivated generator
Iron Shells On the long upper platform in the first area accessible after reactivating the generator, guarded by Bombs
Vibrant Oozes On the lower platform in the first area accessible after reactivating the generator, guarded by Pulsework Soldiers
300 Gil In plain sight in exit tunnel
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Monsters: Found in Scrap Processing – 3 shown
Unique monsters are only encountered during one-time plot encounters; mission monsters appear only during missions; the final bosses make up the last set of encounters in the game; eidolons are special monsters that are not defeated through sheer martial prowess; note that multiple monsters may have the same name, especially in the case of multi-stage bosses
Name
The monster's type, as indicated by the in-game datalog
Type
The monster's subtype, as indicated by the in-game datalog
Subtype
The monster's starting and maximum hit points
HP
The monster's strength; a standard physical attack will deal approximately this amount of damage
Strength
The monster's magic power; a typical magic attack will deal approximately this amount of damage
Magic
The monster's level
Level
A monster's chain resistance indicates how quickly its chain meter fills up; a chain resistance of 70 is normal, and every 30 points modifies the chain bonus per hit by that same amount; thus, the chain meter of a monster with a chain resistance of 40 will increase at double speed (compared to 70), or triple speed with a chain resistance of 10; a chain resistance of 100 negates all chain modifiers, reducing each hit to a minimal change to the chain gauge; when a monster is staggered, its chain resistance is reduced to 0
Chain Resistance
When the monster's chain gauge reaches this point, it increases by 100% and they are considered staggered; staggered creatures have a chain resistance of zero; if a monster has no stagger point listed, it will nonetheless be staggered when its chain gauge reaches 999.0%
Stagger Point
A monster's stagger index is an adjusted value that gives a relative measure of how hard a monster is to stagger; this number is based on how many hits the monster's chain gauge would require to reach the stagger point with a chain resistance of 70; for instance, a monster with a chain resistance of 70 and a stagger point of 150.0% would have a stagger index of 50 (since the chain gauge starts at 100.0%), as would a monster with a chain resistance of 40 and a stagger point of 200.0% or a monster with a chain resistance of 85 and a stagger point of 125.0%; the stagger index of a monster with a chain resistance of 100 is an approximation due to the effects of having 100 chain resistance
Stagger Index
The amount of CP earned by defeating this monster
CP
The item you are most likely to earn after defeating this monster in combat; it is not possible to earn both the common drop and the rare drop from a single monster
Common Drop
The chance that you will earn the monster's common drop after combat; this chance can be modified by certain accessories
Rate
The item you are less likely to earn after defeating this monster in combat; it is not possible to earn both the common drop and the rare drop from a single monster
Rare Drop
The chance that you will earn the monster's rare drop after combat; this chance can be modified by certain accessories
Rate
The elements and status ailments that this monster is especially vulnerable to; the exact level of vulnerability is listed on the monster page
Weakness
The first chapter where you can encounter this monster
Chapter
Unique monsters are only encountered during one-time plot encounters; mission monsters appear only during missions; the final bosses make up the last set of encounters in the game; eidolons are special monsters that are not defeated through sheer martial prowess; note that multiple monsters may have the same name, especially in the case of multi-stage bosses
Name
The monster's type, as indicated by the in-game datalog
Type
The monster's subtype, as indicated by the in-game datalog
Subtype
The monster's starting and maximum hit points
HP
The monster's strength; a standard physical attack will deal approximately this amount of damage
Strength
The monster's magic power; a typical magic attack will deal approximately this amount of damage
Magic
The monster's level
Level
A monster's chain resistance indicates how quickly its chain meter fills up; a chain resistance of 70 is normal, and every 30 points modifies the chain bonus per hit by that same amount; thus, the chain meter of a monster with a chain resistance of 40 will increase at double speed (compared to 70), or triple speed with a chain resistance of 10; a chain resistance of 100 negates all chain modifiers, reducing each hit to a minimal change to the chain gauge; when a monster is staggered, its chain resistance is reduced to 0
Chain Resistance
When the monster's chain gauge reaches this point, it increases by 100% and they are considered staggered; staggered creatures have a chain resistance of zero; if a monster has no stagger point listed, it will nonetheless be staggered when its chain gauge reaches 999.0%
Stagger Point
A monster's stagger index is an adjusted value that gives a relative measure of how hard a monster is to stagger; this number is based on how many hits the monster's chain gauge would require to reach the stagger point with a chain resistance of 70; for instance, a monster with a chain resistance of 70 and a stagger point of 150.0% would have a stagger index of 50 (since the chain gauge starts at 100.0%), as would a monster with a chain resistance of 40 and a stagger point of 200.0% or a monster with a chain resistance of 85 and a stagger point of 125.0%; the stagger index of a monster with a chain resistance of 100 is an approximation due to the effects of having 100 chain resistance
Stagger Index
The amount of CP earned by defeating this monster
CP
The item you are most likely to earn after defeating this monster in combat; it is not possible to earn both the common drop and the rare drop from a single monster
Common Drop
The chance that you will earn the monster's common drop after combat; this chance can be modified by certain accessories
Rate
The item you are less likely to earn after defeating this monster in combat; it is not possible to earn both the common drop and the rare drop from a single monster
Rare Drop
The chance that you will earn the monster's rare drop after combat; this chance can be modified by certain accessories
Rate
The elements and status ailments that this monster is especially vulnerable to; the exact level of vulnerability is listed on the monster page
Weakness
The first chapter where you can encounter this monster
Chapter
Bomb Pulse Automata Bombs 1,248 69 80 18 90 130.0% 90 12 Bomb Ashes 25% Bomb Fragment 5% Ice, Water 4
Gremlin Feral Creatures Spooks 896 48 86 14 90 130.0% 90 16 Torn Leather 25% Thickened Hide 5% Fire, Lightning, Wind 4
Pulsework Soldier Pulse Automata Pulsework Soldiers 7,410 77 - 13 70 150.0% 50 29 Spark Plug 25% Passive Detector 5% Lightning, Deprotect, Deshell 4
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Items: Found in Scrap Processing – 2 shown
Rare items cannot be purchased, but may be dropped by monsters or gained by dismantling weapons or accessories
Name
Consumable items are used in combat, while shrouds are used while exploring
Type
The cost to purchase this item from a retail network, if it is available for sale
Price
The amount of gil you receive if you sell this item to a retail shop
Value
The status ailment this item cures during combat
Cure Status
The first chapter in which this item can be purchased or found
Chapter
Rare items cannot be purchased, but may be dropped by monsters or gained by dismantling weapons or accessories
Name
Consumable items are used in combat, while shrouds are used while exploring
Type
The cost to purchase this item from a retail network, if it is available for sale
Price
The amount of gil you receive if you sell this item to a retail shop
Value
The status ailment this item cures during combat
Cure Status
The first chapter in which this item can be purchased or found
Chapter
Phoenix Down Consumable 1,000 gil 500 gil Death 1
Fortisol Shroud 12,000 gil 500 gil - 2
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Accessories: Found in Scrap Processing – 2 shown
Rare accessories cannot be purchased but may be dropped by monsters or upgraded from purchased accessories; unique accessories can only be found or upgraded from other unique accessories, and are therefore limited in number
Name
The passive ability granted by this accessory; the "X" in this name will be replaced with the accessory's current bonus, which is determined by its level
Ability
For accessories with a numerical bonus, this indicates the range that the bonus may grant; for accessories that can only be created via upgrade, the low end of this range is based on the level the new accessory will be created at; if you hover over the bonus range, the tooltip text will give you the exact per-level formula for the bonus
Bonus
Some accessories may contribute towards a synthesized ability; you will need to equip more than one accessory or weapon with the same synthesized ability to gain its effects; details of the trigger requirements and effects of the synthesized ability can be found on its information page
Synthesizes
The cost to purchase this accessory from a retail network, if it is available for sale
Price
The amount of gil you would receive for selling the accessory to a retail shop at its minimum level; value increases as the accessory gains levels; if you hover over the value, the tooltip text will give you the exact per-level formula for the value
Value
Each accessory has an associated rank, which determines how much experience the accessory gains from components of any given rank; a higher-rank accessory typically requires more or higher-quality components to upgrade
Rank
The per-level cost to upgrade this accessory; this cost increases at each level past the first, as indicated by the formula
Upgrade Cost
The number of times this accessory can be upgraded; the accessory actually has one more level than the number listed, the master level, which is indicated by a ✩; note that for accessories that must be created viw upgrade, some lower levels cannot actually be reached, since the accessory is created at a higher level
Levels
The total amount of experience required to take this accessory from zero experience at level 1 to level ✩; the full value is listed even for accessories that only appear above level 1 because the amount of experience accumulated on a master accessory is carried over when it is upgraded; for a breakdown of exactly how much experience is required to master an accessory from any given level, view its information page
Master EXP
If this accessory is mastered and upgraded, it turns into another accessory; because accumulated experience is carried over, the new accessory will usually be created above level 1, as indicated here
Upgraded To
When an accessory is mastered, you may use this catalyst to upgrade it into a new accessory
Catalyst
The first chapter in which the accessory can be purchased, found, or upgraded from another accessory
Chapter
Rare accessories cannot be purchased but may be dropped by monsters or upgraded from purchased accessories; unique accessories can only be found or upgraded from other unique accessories, and are therefore limited in number
Name
The passive ability granted by this accessory; the "X" in this name will be replaced with the accessory's current bonus, which is determined by its level
Ability
For accessories with a numerical bonus, this indicates the range that the bonus may grant; for accessories that can only be created via upgrade, the low end of this range is based on the level the new accessory will be created at; if you hover over the bonus range, the tooltip text will give you the exact per-level formula for the bonus
Bonus
Some accessories may contribute towards a synthesized ability; you will need to equip more than one accessory or weapon with the same synthesized ability to gain its effects; details of the trigger requirements and effects of the synthesized ability can be found on its information page
Synthesizes
The cost to purchase this accessory from a retail network, if it is available for sale
Price
The amount of gil you would receive for selling the accessory to a retail shop at its minimum level; value increases as the accessory gains levels; if you hover over the value, the tooltip text will give you the exact per-level formula for the value
Value
Each accessory has an associated rank, which determines how much experience the accessory gains from components of any given rank; a higher-rank accessory typically requires more or higher-quality components to upgrade
Rank
The per-level cost to upgrade this accessory; this cost increases at each level past the first, as indicated by the formula
Upgrade Cost
The number of times this accessory can be upgraded; the accessory actually has one more level than the number listed, the master level, which is indicated by a ✩; note that for accessories that must be created viw upgrade, some lower levels cannot actually be reached, since the accessory is created at a higher level
Levels
The total amount of experience required to take this accessory from zero experience at level 1 to level ✩; the full value is listed even for accessories that only appear above level 1 because the amount of experience accumulated on a master accessory is carried over when it is upgraded; for a breakdown of exactly how much experience is required to master an accessory from any given level, view its information page
Master EXP
If this accessory is mastered and upgraded, it turns into another accessory; because accumulated experience is carried over, the new accessory will usually be created above level 1, as indicated here
Upgraded To
When an accessory is mastered, you may use this catalyst to upgrade it into a new accessory
Catalyst
The first chapter in which the accessory can be purchased, found, or upgraded from another accessory
Chapter
Ember Ring Resist Fire: +X%
20–30
Fire Damage -
1,000 gil
2 200+26/lv 5 1,260 Blaze Ring Lv.3 Cobaltite 4
Auric Amulet Critical: Shell - Magic Wall 5,000 gil
2,500 gil
2 600 1 600 Soulfont Talisman Lv.1 Perovskite 4
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Components: Found in Scrap Processing – 2 shown
Rare components cannot be purchased, but may be dropped by monsters or found in other ways; premium catalysts are sold at exorbitant prices and are generally easier to find than buy; money components are not intended for use in upgrades, but rather to be sold in shops for a profit
Name
Organic components typically yield a small amount of experience, but always add to a weapon or accessory's multiplier bonus; mechanical components reduce the multiplier bonus but offer a large amount of experience for their cost; catalysts cannot be used for experience, but instead are used to upgrade mastered weapons or accessories to a new form
Type
This column shows the amount of experience gained by using one of this component; you can select which rank to view experience for, or use the average value across all ranks; the average value is not necessarily indicative of the best component for a given rank, but it is a solid guideline; base experience is the amount of experience a component yields when used on a weapon or accessory of the same rank as the component; this number is provided for reference, but should not be used as a comparison between components.
EXP
Each component has a rank which can modify its base experience value based on the rank of the weapon or accessory being upgraded; components yield bonus experience when used to upgrade lower-ranked items, but incur a heavy penalty when used to upgrade higher-ranked items
Rank
This column shows different effects of the multiplier bonus for this component; organic components have a positive bonus, while mechanical components have a penalty; whenever a weapon or accessory's total multiplier bonus reaches a certain level, its experience multiplier will change; you can select to see the number of components it will require to go from no bonus to any particular multiplier (×1.25, ×1.5, ×1.75, ×2, ×3); note that if any of these options are selected, mechanical components will have no value, since no number of them will increase your bonus; clicking the ◊ icon will allow you to sort by these values.
The cost to purchase this component from a retail network, if it is available for sale
Price
The amount of gil you receive if you sell this component to a retail shop; note that catalysts typically sell for a small fraction of their worth compared to other component types
Value
The ratio of experience gained to gil value of the component for the currently selected experience value; a grayed-out number in parenthesis represents the efficiency of a component you cannot buy from a retail network; this column is hidden when viewing base experience, because it is not an accurate measure; as a general rule, you want to buy mechanical components with as high an efficiency rating as possible; any mechanical component with an efficiency less than half of the highest purchaseable component should optimally be sold rather than used for experience; this value is of minimal importance for organic components
EXP/Gil
For organic components, this is the ratio of multiplier bonus to gil value; a grayed-out number in parenthesis represents the efficiency of a component you cannot buy from a retail network; as a general rule, you want to buy organic components with as high an efficiency rating as possible; any organic component with an efficiency less than half of the highest purchaseable component should probably be sold rather than used to increase a multiplier
Mult./Gil
The first chapter in which this component can be purchased or found
Chapter
Rare components cannot be purchased, but may be dropped by monsters or found in other ways; premium catalysts are sold at exorbitant prices and are generally easier to find than buy; money components are not intended for use in upgrades, but rather to be sold in shops for a profit
Name
Organic components typically yield a small amount of experience, but always add to a weapon or accessory's multiplier bonus; mechanical components reduce the multiplier bonus but offer a large amount of experience for their cost; catalysts cannot be used for experience, but instead are used to upgrade mastered weapons or accessories to a new form
Type
This column shows the amount of experience gained by using one of this component; you can select which rank to view experience for, or use the average value across all ranks; the average value is not necessarily indicative of the best component for a given rank, but it is a solid guideline; base experience is the amount of experience a component yields when used on a weapon or accessory of the same rank as the component; this number is provided for reference, but should not be used as a comparison between components.
EXP
Each component has a rank which can modify its base experience value based on the rank of the weapon or accessory being upgraded; components yield bonus experience when used to upgrade lower-ranked items, but incur a heavy penalty when used to upgrade higher-ranked items
Rank
This column shows different effects of the multiplier bonus for this component; organic components have a positive bonus, while mechanical components have a penalty; whenever a weapon or accessory's total multiplier bonus reaches a certain level, its experience multiplier will change; you can select to see the number of components it will require to go from no bonus to any particular multiplier (×1.25, ×1.5, ×1.75, ×2, ×3); note that if any of these options are selected, mechanical components will have no value, since no number of them will increase your bonus; clicking the ◊ icon will allow you to sort by these values.
The cost to purchase this component from a retail network, if it is available for sale
Price
The amount of gil you receive if you sell this component to a retail shop; note that catalysts typically sell for a small fraction of their worth compared to other component types
Value
The ratio of experience gained to gil value of the component for the currently selected experience value; a grayed-out number in parenthesis represents the efficiency of a component you cannot buy from a retail network; this column is hidden when viewing base experience, because it is not an accurate measure; as a general rule, you want to buy mechanical components with as high an efficiency rating as possible; any mechanical component with an efficiency less than half of the highest purchaseable component should optimally be sold rather than used for experience; this value is of minimal importance for organic components
EXP/Gil
For organic components, this is the ratio of multiplier bonus to gil value; a grayed-out number in parenthesis represents the efficiency of a component you cannot buy from a retail network; as a general rule, you want to buy organic components with as high an efficiency rating as possible; any organic component with an efficiency less than half of the highest purchaseable component should probably be sold rather than used to increase a multiplier
Mult./Gil
The first chapter in which this component can be purchased or found
Chapter
Iron Shell Organic 14 4 +13 80 gil 40 gil 0.175 0.163 4
Vibrant Ooze Organic 13 4 +14 80 gil 40 gil 0.163 0.175 4
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