(Special) Bribe | FFX

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Final Fantasy X How to learn Bribe

This Article Contains information about the Ability Bribe from the game Final Fantasy X (FFX, FF10). Read on to know more details about the Ability!

Bribe Information

Effect Pay enemies gil to go away.
MP Cost -

How to Use Bribe

Bribe is better used with the Sensor ability or a guide site like ours as the amount of money you need to use is based on the monster's max HP. This means that stronger enemies require higher bribes. Stronger monsters does not always equal better loots so make sure to check our monster list to find out what items they give after bribing them!

List of Monsters

Bribe's Success Rate

Bribe, as mentioned above, is based on the enemy's max HP. The formula for the amount of money needed is listed on the table below.

X10 25%
x15 50%
x20 75%
x25 100%

Also, more money spent also means more items obtained. Make sure to rack up gil first before bribing enemies to gain the best items in the game.

Gil Farming

Bribe's Secondary Effect

Bribe in real life, is a way of using money to obtain something from a certain individual in an illegal way. Bribe works similarly (?) in FFX. Upon bribing the enemy, the enemy will also give you an item upon the battle's end. The items obtained vary depending on the monster.

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Abilities List

Weapon-Auto Abilities Armor-Auto Abilities Black Magics
White Magics Specials Skills

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