Inventory items

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Why do they waste so much space stocking potions? Who uses potions? Er... no offense.
— customer, Stineford general store

Your party's inventory is available through the "Items" entry in the menu screen. It holds the items that can be acquired in the game by various means: bought, found or dropped by defeated enemies. The order in which they are sorted in the Inventory is undetermined at the moment.

The inventory's contents are split into four sub-screens/categories:

Items[edit | edit source]

Listed here are items that directly produce a benefit when used. This mainly includes various single-use potions. They can be used both from the inventory menu when the party is walking around, and during combat.

See the Items page for more details.

Weapons[edit | edit source]

These are items that usually[1] can only be carried in the Weapon slot of the Equipment menu. In all but a handful of cases, they increase the Attack stat, the Magic Attack or both, but they also can increase other stats like Agility or Defense.

See the Equipment page for more details.

Armors[edit | edit source]

These are the rest of the equippable items. They are slot-specific: you can't put a Helm in the Accessory slot or a Headband in the Bodygear one. Usually they increase the Defense and or Magical, but all the other stats, visible or hidden (with the exception of the Luck one) can also be modified[2].

See the Equipment page for more details.

Sooner or later it's expected that most members of the party will start to get customized gear (both weapons and armor) that helps them to beat the high odds against them. You can learn more about them in Custom Equipment page.

Key Items[edit | edit source]

These are items related to the plot and can't be used from the inventory screen. The exception is the Ledger, a portfolio given to you by Megail that lists the investments that you have made during the game. Prior to the introduction of a dedicated counter, it was also the only way to see the amount of ProN available to spend.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. There are already two characters that can wield them in the Off-Hand slot: Aka and Varia.
  2. Not necessarily increased: in a good number of cases there is certain amount of trade-off.