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All Summons in Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion – Listed

Gotta Catch 'Em All

by Nikola "Nick" Jovanovic
All Summons in Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion

Summoning monsters, mascots, and local deities to help during the battles is one of the oldest practices of the Final Fantasy series, and although Crisis Core is a spin-off, the summons are still there – mostly the same ones from the original game, only in a slightly better version. This is double true for the Reunion remaster/remake edition which drastically improved the appearance of these summonable monsters compared to the original game from 2007. So let’s check out what all the summons are in Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion, and how to get them.

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All Summons in Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion

Although the FMV cinematics hasn’t been changed much from the original game, Reunion brings a whole new tweaked design to all Summon animations, making them the spectacle they need to be. See below for the complete list of all Summons in Crisis Core Reunion.

Materia DMW Summons

For these summons, you need to acquire their Summon Materia, lets’s find out where they are.

  • Ifrit – Clear Mission 8-1-1
  • Bahamut – Clear Mission 8-1-4
  • Bahamut Fury – Buy Bahamut Summon Materia from Bone Village Commerce, shop unlocks after the Mission 7-5-3
  • Odin – Clear Mission 8-1-6
  • Phoenix – Picked up in Water Tower (Nibelhaim) during Chapter 9, to unlock it talk to the kid NPC in the center of the village.

Chocobo Mode DMW Summons

For these mascot summons you need to obtain a special item.

  • Chocobo – Chocobo Feather found in Mission 8-4-1
  • Cactuar – Cactur Thorn found in Mission 10-1-3
  • Tonberry – Tonberry’s Knife found in Mission 10-2-3
  • Cait Sith – Cait Sith’s Megaphone found in Mission 8-4-3
  • Moogle – Moogle’s Amulet found in Mission 8-4-4
  • Magic Pot – Magic Pot Tricks found in various Missions, after you do the attacks that Magic Pot asks you to do.

That would be all the summons in Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion, collect them and enjoy the new improved animations and design they all have.

For more Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion here on Prima Games check out the following – Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion Is An Amalgamation of Emotion, Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion Post Credits Scene Differences, and Biggest Differences in Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion – Graphics, Combat, and Story

Nikola "Nick" Jovanovic

Nick has been a Prima Games Staff Writer since May 2022, an old-school gamer, and a gamer journalist with over 25 years of expertise. Our resident micro-influencer from Serbia! When he's not driving through Belgrade, he's probably racing in Gran Turismo or Forza, playing some strange JRPG games or just watching pro wrestling.