Crisis Core pits Zack Fair against many classic Final Fantasy enemies fans have come to love over the years. You can add these friendly foes to your roster as powerful allies with a little extra work. One of the most entertaining small enemies is a goblin in a jar named Magic Pot, and he's a significant asset once you recruit him in Final Fantasy VII Crisis Core Reunion.
How to add the Magic Pot to the DMW in FF7 Crisis Core
To acquire the Magic Pot, you'll have to meet the monster in a random encounter. An easy way to do this is to keep running from fights until you encounter it. When you finally engage the Magic Pot, use the specific Materia he asks you to use. In succeeding in doing so will add Magic Pot to the DMW to be summoned. If you do not have the materia on you, either attack the Magic Pot or run away, as the pot will not fight you.
We recommend finding Magic Pot on M10-2-3, as you can get this mission quickly. When on this mission, equip yourself with Jump, Fira, Gravity, and Assault Twister. If you do not have these materia, wait until you do.
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All Missions where you can find Magic Pot in FF7 Crisis Core
There are four Missions you can find Magic Pot in Final Fantasy 7 Crisis Core Reunion. Below is a list of the four materia needed for each encounter with Magic Pot. Bring these Materia into the following missions to get everything Magic Pot has to offer:
- M2-5-4 or M2-5-5: Ultima, Tri-Fire, Iron Fist, and Electrocute
- M7-6-6: Gil Toss, Costly Punch, and Octoslash
- M10-2-3: Jump, Fira, Gravity, and Assault Twister
With this list, you can be ready for every Magic Pot. After you get the Magic Pot Tricks item, you can still meet Magic Pot in the wild. He'll ask you to use different Materia and reward you with rare items.
What does Magic Pot do in Crisis Core?
When Magic Pot gets summoned by the DMW, you'll essentially steal items from the enemy you are facing. Magic Pot is basically using the Steal materia, but it is a guaranteed success, and you'll get different items.
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