The following table lists all the items available to the player in Epic Battle Fantasy.
The player can either buy these items from the Shops in the game, or obtain them as drops after defeating enemy waves (see Epic Battle Fantasy Foe Waves for drop chances). The players start the game in the first Shop with 14000 money; after defeating the Defender, the players get access to the second Shop with 7000 money (plus any leftover money from the previous shop).
|Potion||Heals around 5000 HP.||Heals 5000 HP with 5% RdF.||150|
|Max Potion||Heals around 10000 HP.||Heals 9999 HP with 5% RdF.||350|
|Ether||Restores around 500 MP.||Heals 500 MP with 5% RdF*.||1000|
|Max Ether||Restores around 1000 MP.||Heals 999 MP with 5% RdF*.||2200|
|Antidote||Heals Poison and Seal effects.||50|
|Water of Life||Revives dead Party members. Fully heals living ones.||Revives with 3000 HP with 10% RdF. Heals for 10000 HP with 5% RdF.||1000|
|Magic Potion||Boosts Magic Power by 50%[incorrect — see Notes].||Sets Matk buff to 50%, prior to the EBF Collection update, it set Matt's Matk buff to 50% but Natalie's to 60% instead.||300|
|Attack Potion||Boosts Attack by 50%[incorrect — see Notes].||Sets Atk buff to 50%, prior to the EBF Collection update, it set Matt's Atk buff to 50% but Natalie's to 100% instead.||300|
|Bob-omb||Inflicts massive Magic Damage to a foe.||Deals damage affected by target's Magic Defence and Airstrike resist.||600|
* Until EBF3, randomization of MP healing affects only the pop-up number and not the actual MP heal.