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Lacrima (魔水晶(ラクリマ) Rakurima) is a Magic crystalline substance found in both Earth Land and Edolas. Lacrima can be powered up with different spells and used for different purposes.

Known Types

  • Magically Charged: A Mage can charge their Magic into a Lacrima to suit their uses. These then can be elementally charged like how Laxus Dreyar made Lacrima into Lightning Lacrima, which are used for casting Thunder Palace spell.[1]
  • Communications Lacrima Crystal (通信用魔水晶(ラクリマ) Tsūshin-yō Rakurima): The most commonly used Lacrima which is shaped like a crystal ball and used to communicate with others.[2]
    • Miniature Communication Lacrima (小型通信魔水晶(ラクリマ) Kogata Tsūshin Rakurima)[3]: A rectangular-shaped device, resembling a mobile phone, allowing long-distance calls between users of the same type of Lacrima, although depending on the distance the connection could become weaker, thus making it harder to understand or decipher what the other side is saying.[4][5] This particular Lacrima was invented by Warren Rocko.[6]
    • Earring Communications Lacrima: An earring Lacrima that allows one to communicate and have an audio conversation with others who hold the same type of Lacrima.[7]
  • Dragon Lacrima (竜の魔水晶(ラクリマ) Ryū no Rakurima): A rare and extremely expensive Lacrima that gives individuals artificial Dragon Slayer Magic when implanted.[8]
  • Tanning Lacrima (タンニング魔水晶(ラクリマ) Tan'ningu Rakurima): A Lacrima used by Ren Akatsuki to create a suntan. A person can obtain whatever they desire in the space of about 5 minutes. The setting consists of numbers such as 61 to 65.[9]
  • Explosive Lacrima (爆弾魔水晶(ラクリマ) Bakudan Rakurima): A type of Lacrima that explodes. It was seen being used by several members of Fairy Tail during the Fairy Tail-Phantom Lord War.[10] Later on, cylindrical versions of said Lacrima were used by Racer.[11]
  • Fuel Lacrima: A Lacrima full of Magic Power that is used as a fuel for Magical Vehicles in Edolas.[12]
  • Movie Lacrima (映画魔水晶(ラクリマ) Eiga Rakurima): It allows the user to watch movies in the air.[13]
  • Surveillance Lacrima (監視魔水晶(ラクリマ) Kanshi Rakurima): A Lacrima that records images for various purposes, appearing in different forms. Images can be either reviewed later after the recording or immediately while the recording is happening.[14][15]
  • Lacrima-Vision (魔水晶映像(ラクリマビジョン) Rakurima Bijyon): A floating rectangular Lacrima that shows images of locations.[16]
    • Portable Lacrima-Vision: A small cuboid device with a Lacrima lens on its top that shows images of locations.[17]
  • Ultra Concentrated Ether Light Sphere (超濃縮エーテル発光体 Chō Nōshuku Ēteru Hakkō-tai): A Lacrima whose destructive power is approximately 500 times that of Jupiter. It can vaporize everything within a specific area.[18]
  • Resurrection Lacrima (蘇生用の魔水晶(ラクリマ) Sosei-yō no Rakurima): A giant Lacrima crystal, big enough to confine the body of a human, which is used to revive people from near-death conditions.[19]
  • Deodorant Lacrima (消臭魔水晶(ラクリマ) Shōshū Rakurima): A special Lacrima spray that can easily deodorize bad hygienes.[20] It is also shown to be capable of nullifying the effects of the Handsome Perfume.[21]



  1. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 113, Pages 11-14
  2. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 51, Page 11
  3. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 430, page 3
  4. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 429, Pages 15-18
  5. Fairy Tail Anime: Episode 324
  6. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 437, page 15
  7. Fairy Tail Movie: Dragon Cry
  8. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 128, Pages 18-20
  9. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 142, Cover
  10. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 51, Page 7
  11. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 140, Pages 16-17
  12. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 174, Page 3
  13. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 82, Pages 7-8
  14. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 6, Page 19
  15. Fairy Tail Anime: Episode 140
  16. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 276, Page 3
  17. Fairy Tail Anime: Episode 212
  18. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 368, Pages 5-6
  19. Fairy Tail Manga: Chapter 451, Pages 7-8
  20. Fairy Tail of The Dead Meeeeeeeeen, Page 35
  21. Fairy Tail of The Dead Meeeeeeeeen, Pages 36-37