|Most of the Key Items you buy at the auction can
be sold to other residents of Treno. If you talk to these residents,
they will express an interest in an item and offer to buy it.
Most of them will also offer to buy it from you at a higher
price if you refuse their first offer. This second offer is
the highest they will go, though, so if you refuse their second
offer (in hopes of getting an even better third offer, maybe),
they won't buy it from you anymore. However, if you exit the
screen and return, talk to them again and they will re-offer
to purchase your item.
This item can be sold to the Adventurer wandering outside
the Bishop's House. He'll offer to buy it from you for 8000
gil. If you refuse, he'll then offer 10000 gil.
The Scholar standing in the Synth shop inside the Bishop's
House will offer 10000 gil for this item. He will make no
second offer, and if you refuse, you do not need to exit the
screen to get him to ask again.
A Nobleman walking past the Bishop's House will offer to buy
the Une's Mirror for 12000 gil. Decline his first offer for
a second offer of 15000 gil.
The same Adventurer outside the Bishop's House who buys the
Griffin's Heart will also buy the Rat Tail. He'll offer 20000
gil first; decline for a second offer of 25000 gil. If you
have the Griffin's Heart, but have not yet sold the Griffin's
Heart to him, you need to sell it before he asks for the Rat
The one Key Item that is not sold to a townsperson. This is
because it is a part of a set of mini "action figures"
that you can collect at various parts of the game...
The only Key Item that is not available until Disc 4, the
Magical Fingertip is attributed to a mysterious man named
Gogo who is said to have the ability to make life-like dolls.
An old man in Daguerreo (he is standing near the guy who lets
you rest for 100 gil) wants to fingertip so he can create
a doll of his late wife. In return for this item, he will
give you the Excalibur, one of Steiner's best weapons.
Any item that you sell becomes available on the sale block
again, in case you ever want it back for any reason. You cannot
resell these items to the townspeople, however. They become
yours to keep forever.
If you either the Une's Mirror or Doga's Artifact in Disc
4, you can go to the Black Mage Village and a Black Mage standing
by the record player in the Inn will play a song from Final
Fantasy III (Japanese, not U.S., title) called "Let Me
Know The Truth".
Can be used in the battle doing 9999 damage to enemies,and
can be used to learn Summon Odin.