Ether Up Gem Effect and Rating | Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition

This page is about the Ether Up Gem from Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition (XC1) for the Nintendo Switch. Everything about this gem, including its effect at each rank, equipment type, where to find Ether Up, and whether or not you should use the Ether Up gem can all be found here!

Ether Up Gem Effect and Basic Info

General Information

Ether Up
Effect Increases ether.
Color Yellow
Equipment Type All
Category Attribute
Base Sell Price 150
Gem Rating A Rank Icon

Ether Up Rank Values and Max Value

Rank Minimum Value Maximum Value
Rank I
Rank II
Rank III
Rank IV
Rank V
Rank VI
Max Combined 150

Max Combined refers to the maximum buff that a character can receive through equipping gems of this type.

Are Ether Up Gems Any Good?

A good gem to consider equipping

Ether Up is a great gem that can be used in a wide array of situations. Ether Up cannot be equipped by everyone, and is also outclassed by S tier gems, but when the need to use them arises, its worth shows itself.

How to Get Ether Up Crystals

Sources of Ether Up Crystals
Colony 9: Flamii
Bionis' Leg: Flamii
Eryth Sea: Lograt Kromar
Mining: Ether Mine, Bionis' Interior

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