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Ether

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Ether
"Restores 3 MP of one character. Can be equipped by party members."
Japanese エーテル
Rōmaji Ēteru

Item Rarity Buy Sell
Ether
Ether
Ether
"Quickly reloads magic cards with no charge time required. It does not work on cards that cannot be reloaded."
Japanese エーテル
Rōmaji Ēteru

Value 1 2 3 4 5
CP ? ? ? ? ?
MP ? ? ? ? ?
Value 6 7 8 9 0
CP ? ? ? ? ?
MP ? ? ? ? ?
Ether
Ether KHII.png
"Fully restores target's MP. Restores Charge Gauge during MP Charge. An equippable item."
Japanese エーテル
Rōmaji Ēteru

Item Rank Buy Sell
Ether 120 Munny 30 Munny
Ether
Ether
"Restores one cast of each of your magic."
Japanese エーテル
Rōmaji Ēteru

Item Buy Sell
Ether 180 Heart Points ? Munny
Ether
"Can be used once to restore a large portion of the Focus Gauge."
Japanese エーテル
Rōmaji Ēteru

Capacity 4
Item Buy Sell
Ether 50 Munny 25 Munny
Ether
Ether
"Raises your clock level by 1."
Japanese エーテル
Rōmaji Ēteru

Memory 11%
Capacity 3
Item Buy Sell
Ether 200 Munny ? Munny
Ether
Ether KHIII.png
"Restores 100 MP to one teammate. If you are recharging MP, this restores half the gauge. (Equippable)"
Japanese エーテル
Rōmaji Ēteru

Item Rank Buy Sell
Ether 200 Munny ? Munny

The Ether is a recurring item that was introduced in Kingdom Hearts. It can typically be used in battle to restore MP to the user, or to a target of the user's choosing.

Mechanics[edit]

In Kingdom Hearts, an Ether restores three magic points to one party member.

In Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories, Ether is an item card that instantly restores all magic cards that have been used, but not those lost through sleights.

In Kingdom Hearts II, an Ether fully restores the MP bar of the user. If it is being recharged, the Ether reduces the MP Charge Gauge.

In Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Ether is an item panel which restores one cast of each type of magic installed by the user.

In Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, Ether is an item command that restores 30% of the user's Focus Gauge. One slot in the Command Deck can hold four Ethers.

In Kingdom Hearts Re:coded, Ether is an item command that raises Data-Sora's Clock level by one. One slot in the Command Deck can hold three Ethers, with a memory consumption of 11%.

In Kingdom Hearts III, an Ether partially restores the MP bar. If it is being recharged, the Ether reduces the MP Charge Gauge.

Drop[edit]

Kingdom Hearts II[edit]

Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep[edit]

Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days[edit]

Kingdom Hearts Re:coded[edit]

Recipe[edit]

Kingdom Hearts III[edit]

Treasures[edit]

Kingdom Hearts[edit]

Kingdom Hearts II[edit]

Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix[edit]

Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days[edit]

Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep[edit]

Kingdom Hearts III[edit]

  • Ether: Chest in The Woods; Obtain a synthesis material.

Rewards[edit]

Kingdom Hearts III[edit]

  • Ether: Rescue the mother and girl at The Big Olive from the Heartless.

Other methods[edit]

Kingdom Hearts II[edit]

  • Ether: Donald has one Ether when he joins the party; Ping has one Ether when she joins the party; Aladdin has two Ethers when he joins the party; Jack Skellington has two Ethers when he joins the party; Simba has one Ether when he joins the party; Tron has one Ether when he joins the party; Riku has two Ethers when he joins the party.

Kingdom Hearts III[edit]

  • Ether: Donald has one Ether when he joins the party; Mike has one Ether when he joins the party; Baymax has one Ether when he joins the party; Riku has one Ether during both battles in the Dark World; Aqua has one Ether during the battle at the Land of Departure.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Watchers only drop ethers during Missions 20, and 23.
  2. ^ Snapper Dogs only drop ethers during Missions 27, 28, 29, 31, and 35.
  3. ^ Snowy Crystals only drop ethers during Mission 35.
  4. ^ Minute Bombs only drop ethers during Mission 17.
  5. ^ Bulky Vendors only drop ethers during Mission 7.

See also[edit]