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Revision as of 14:36, 20 January 2007


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Fractus Cell
An imbued item obtained in the Ruins of Alzadaal.

Blocks the debilitating psychowaves that limit dexterity.

Stackable: Not stackable

Other Uses

NPC Sell Price: ???~??? gil

Salvage:

  • Removes DEX Down.
  • If this item is in your inventory before entering another Salvage, you will be denied entry. You must remove this item before being allowed into Salvage again.
  • Used to spawn Socket Notorious Monsters.

Synthesis Recipes

None

Used in Recipes

  • None

Desynthesis Recipe

None

Obtained From Desynthesis

  • None

How to Obtain

Drops from monsters in Salvage. As they are discovered, please add them. If it is found that all monsters drop this item, we can just remove the following section and just put "Salvage".

Dropped From

Name Level Zone
Carmine Eruca ??? Bhaflau Remnants


Historical Background

All imbued cells used in Salvage are named after various cloud formations.


Fractus means “broken” in Latin, but in this context it appears to refer to either cumulus fractus, a variety of cumulus cloud or stratus fractus, a variety of stratus cloud.


Cumulus fractus

These are cumulus clouds (large, puffy, cottony clouds) which appear in irregularly shaped fragments giving the appearance the cloud has been “torn up”. It generally indicates storms are either approaching or have already passed by. Cumulus fractus clouds are found 1500 feet or below.


Stratus fractus

These are stratus cloud (flat, sheet-like clouds) which appear in regularly shaped fragments giving the appearance the cloud has been “torn up”. It generally indicates there may be drizzle or light snow coming. Stratus fractus clouds are found 1500 feet or below.


This link has images of both of these types of clouds [1]