Food is a category of items in the Epic Battle Fantasy series starting from the third game. Various types of food are used to replenish characters' health and mana, buff their statistics and provide some other miscellaneous bonuses during battle, or even increase their stats permanently.
Food are essentially a replacement for well-known generic "potions" commonly present in video games (especially RPGs), including first two parts of the series. Following Epic Battle Fantasy's light-hearted nature, food are mostly fruits, sweets, cakes, fast-foods, drinks, and few relatively humorous items.
Other than found in chests, and sometimes dropped by enemies, food may be bought (and sold) in the Old Brick Inn, located in The Town.In this game, characters will express their reaction to food eaten, different for each player. A heart signalizes they like the item, a skull is the opposite, and no expression means neutral reaction. It's only for visuals and has no impact on item's effects.
|Kiwi||Heals an ally for 300 HP.||30||-||-|
|Pumpkin||Heals an ally for 1,500 HP. Great for Halloween.||150||-||-|
|Coconut||Heals an ally for 5,000 HP. Kills more people than sharks.||480||-|
|Watermelon||Heals an ally for 10,000 HP. Smash it at the beach.||1000||-||-|
|Pineapple||Heals all living party members for 3,000 HP.||1500||-||-|
|Muffin||Heals an ally for 50 MP.||120||-||-|
|Icecream||Heals an ally for 200 MP.||600||-||-|
|Cupcake||Heals an ally for 500 MP.||1400||-||-|
|Sundae||Heals an all for 1000 MP.||3000||-||-|
|Softdrink||Buffs an ally's accuracy by 70%.||300||-|
|Beer||Buffs an ally's attack by 70%.||300|
|Milk||Buffs an ally's magic attack by 70%.||300||-|
|Coffee||Revives a fallen ally.||1000||-||-|
|Garlic||Heals status defects. Is disgusting.||10|
|Hamburger||Fully heals HP and MP. Boosts fatness.||10000|
|Pizza||Fully heals all living party members. Tastes real good.||40000||-||-|
Note that although Natalie is supposed to like Coffee, reactions can be displayed only when the character is alive, which this item cannot be targeted at, leaving her reaction unused.
Permanent stat boosters
A special type of food that permanently increases character's statistics by a fixed amount when eaten. It is considerably more rare than normal food as it can only be found in chests or received via quests and can't be bought in a shop.
Other than found in chests, and sometimes dropped by enemies, each town contains a food shop, where it can be bought. However, Burger, Pizza, and Orange Juice are not available in a normal food shop, but a rare shop instead, while Chilli Sauce can't be bought in a shop at all.
The Battle Mountain update has completely changed the stats of Crisps and Chips. This article lists both updated and old requirements, with the latter marked by brackets.
Permanent stat boosters
A special type of food that permanently increases character's statistics when eaten. Unlike the previous game, it is available in a shop - the special Rare Shop located in the Whitefall Town. However, unlike normal shop, the prices in the rare shop double each time another item of the same kind is bought (starting from 1000), making buying consecutive items quite expensive. Also the items were changed to provide a percentage-based bonus (2% for each item) instead of a fixed value; the multiplier to the base stat is stored as a separate value, thus it does not matter when are they used.
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|Pumpkin||Heals an ally for 300 HP, and at least 20% of their max HP.|
|Pineapple||Heals an ally for 1000 HP, and at least 40% of their max HP.|
|Watermelon||Heals an ally for 3000 HP, and at least 60% of their max HP.|
|Dragon Fruit||Heals an ally for 10000 HP, and at least 80% of their max HP.|
|Raspberries||Heals all living party members for 200 HP, and at least 20% of their max HP.|
|Blueberries||Heals all living party members for 1000 HP, and at least 30% of their max HP.|
|Cloudberries||Heals all living party members for 5000 HP, and at least 40% of their max HP.|
|Garlic||Heals an ally's status problems.|
|Banana||Heals an ally's debuff problems.|
|Pretzel||Heals the debuff problems of all allies, and stuffs them for 2 turns.|
|Apple||Reduces an ally's cooldowns by 1.|
|Cupcake||Reduces an ally's cooldowns by 2, and stuffs them for 3 turns.|
|Beer||Buffs an ally's attack by 60%.|
|Cola||Buffs an ally's magic attack by 60%.|
|Iron Brew||Buffs an ally's accuracy by 60%.|
|Energy Drink||Buffs an ally's evade by 60%.|
|Coffee||Revives a fallen ally with 30% HP.|
|Espresso||Revives a fallen ally with 100% HP and buffs their HP by 50%. Very rare.|
|Chili Pepper||Fills up an ally's Limit Bar instantly and also scorches them. Very rare.|
|Orange Juice||Buffs an ally's maximum HP by 100%. Very rare.|
|Crisps||Reduces the cooldowns of all allies by 1, and stuffs them for 1 turn.|
|Chips||Heals all living party members for 60% of their max HP, and stuffs them for 2 turns.|
|Hamburger||Fully heals an ally, reduces their cooldowns by 3, and stuffs them for 3 turns.|
|Pizza||Fully heals all living party members, reduces their cooldowns by 3, and stuffs them for 3 turns. Very rare.|
These items boost stats permanently. They are generally obtained from chests and quests, but a few foes have a very low chance of dropping some. The price doubles each time one is purchased, starting with 1000 gold. Like in EBF4, their boost is stored as a separate multiplier to the base stat, thus it does not matter when are they used. Unlike previous games, each character has their own set of steroids, so they cannot be dumped into a single character.
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- The Beer can's appearance, with a red T letter on a yellow background, is based on a common Scottish Alcoholic beverage, Tennent's Lager.
- One of EBF3's hidden medals, "Fatty", is awarded for using a Hamburger in battle for the first time.