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The spear belonging to the Norse god Odin. It was made by the dwarves and has perfect, deadly accuracy when thrown.
A potion that replenishes health.
Whether it's worn for protection or style, helmets appear in various game genres.
Making a girl look taller and hotter at the same time.
Holy is a magic spell from the Final Fantasy series. In Final Fantasy VII, Aeris uses the White Materia to summon Holy in an attempt to stop Meteor from destroying the planet.
A traditional sword originating in Japan.
Used to open doors, or anything else that is locked. In any game where the player has an inventory, it's a safe bet that a key will appear at some point.
A knife is a commonly seen object in video games. Usually used for close quarters combat, or as a cutting tool.
The magical stone can range from crystals to orbs. It is often a key item and crucial to the story in many RPGs.
Shinra uses the reactors to extract mako energy from the planet.
A map is a drawing on a piece of paper, or other surface, that indicates the locations of various landmarks.
A powerful sword with mystical properties, it has been depicted often with varying origins and purposes in several video games.
Inspired from the stories and legends of real-life swordsmith Masamune Okazaki (also known as Goro Nyudo Masamune).
Materia are orbs of crystalized life energy and the basis for magic in the Final Fantasy VII universe.
A megaphone (or bullhorn) is a device to project sound more effectively in one direction, especially voices. It can be a simple funnel shape, or be electronically amplified.
A spell from the Final Fantasy series. In Final Fantasy VII, this spell is so powerful that it threatens to obliterate the planet of Gaia.
Often used in girls' school uniforms. Lenght varies from just above the knees to barely covering the buttocks. Miniskirts have a natural tendency to blow upwards.
Also known as an Easter Island head, the Moai has long been a popular figure in games as an enemy or object. Konami games are especially known for secret images of Moai that the player can seek out.
Flammable liquid in a glass container with a cloth wick. Light wick and throw.
Two-wheeled motor vehicle
A magical ore often found in RPG's. Mainly used in the crafting of ultra-powerful weapons.
A Japanese sword with an exceptionally long blade.
In many games, the player can find notes that contain story information, hints, codes to unlock doors, and so on. Especially common when there are no other characters around for the player to talk to.
Pants (a.k.a. trousers) are a type of leg covering.
A substance that emits and diffuses a fragrant odor.
Mommy, why couldn't they just use a Phoenix Down on Aeris?
A cell phone type device that allows party changes in the Final Fantasy VII universe.
Armor made from metal plates designed to protect a user from injury. Usually more beneficial than armor made from chain links or leather.
The first of the Sony Entertainment Computer System console series which was released in December in 1994.
A potion is any sort of liquid, usually brewed by an alchemist, that replenishes the health, mana, or energy of the player, or causes damage to an enemy. Potions are extremely common in role-playing games.
Rail tracks, which are also known as Train tracks, railway, or simply tracks, are the rails which guide trains. There are many types of tracks that are used for different types of trains around the world.
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