How to Heal or Revive Aeons? | FFX

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Final Fantasy X How to Revive Aeons How to Heal Aeons
This page answers the question “How to Revive or Heal Aeons” in the game Final Fantasy X (FFX, FF10).

How to Revive Aeons?

Use a Traveller's Save Sphere

It is impossible to use Items and player's spell on Aeons. This prevents the players from healing or reviving fallen Aeons. It is however, possible to heal / revive Aeons by using a Traveller's Save Sphere.

How to Heal Aeons

Use their Elemental Affinity

Some Aeons are aligned with a specific element. Using their offensive black magics on themselves will heal them. The three Aeons that can do this are Shiva, Ixion, and Ifrit.

Teach them Healing Magic

After some point in the game, you will encounter Belgemine. Belgemine is a summoner that will challenge you to Aeon battles. She will reward you with the Summoner's Soul. This allows the player to teach Aeons magic similar. For a list of all teachable abilities for Aeons, see the link below.

Aeon Ability Customization

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