FFXV Magic FlasksUPDATE: You’ll start with one. You’ll get another one while doing the Pauper Prince quest for Cindy in the first chapter. She’ll ask you to kill some pests, and you’ll meet a hunter that was trapped in an abandoned shack. Ask him for a reward, and he’ll give you a Magic Flask.
The third one can be obtained during the main quest as well. Durin the Legacy quest, you’ll meet Monica at the Prairie Outpost. She’ll tell you to go meet Cor, and give you another flask.
The fourth flask is obtained by finishing the Burden of Expectation quest, which ends once you meet Iris in Lestallum.
You can find one in the Fociaugh Hollow dungeon, while searching for Ramuh’s totem in the Trial of Ramuh quest.
There’s another one you can find near Cape Caem, an outpost in the southwest of the map. There’s a ligthouse there, south of the outpost. The flask is in the house you’ll pass before the lighthouse. You can find in on the floor in the kitchen.
There’s another one near Cape Caem lighthouse. It’s on a cliff near the large house. You’ll find a gravestone there – interact with it, and you’ll receive a flask.
ORIGINAL TEXT: Magic Flasks are round containers that are supposed to be filled with magical energy. When you craft a spell, it will go into a magic flask. Once you’ve crafted it, the spell will basically act as a grenade – you won’t pay any price when using it, and the flask will be returned to your inventory. You can then re-use the empty flask to craft another spell. Since crafting spells takes time and concentration, you won’t be able to do it in battle. Hence, the more flasks you have, the more use you can get out of magic.
You’ll start the game with only one of these precious, spherical containers. In order to get more, you’ll have to work hard. You’ll sometimes receive them as quest rewards from grateful characters. You might find them sittig at the end of a dusty dungeon, guarded by horrible creatures traps. There’s also a chance you’ll be able to spend gil to acquire them, but we doubt this will happen. They’re too precious to be traded for money.