Monsters: Which use Blaze – 6 shown
Bosses must be defeated as part of the plot; rare monsters appear in trap rooms for the current map or area; the final boss must be defeated to complete the game; superbosses are the most dangerous monsters in the game, but are optional
The rank of the monster; the rank of any given encounter is determined by the lowest rank of any monster in that encounter; rank is used to determine how quickly skills progress toward the next level
The monster's starting and maximum hit point total
The monster's starting and maximum magic point total
Each physical hit will deal between one and two times this amount of damage to the target, reduced by the target's defense
The number of attacks the monster makes when it attacks physically, and the accuracy of each of those attacks
The status ailment or other effect, if any, that can be inflicted by this monster's attacks; if a monster inflicts multiple status ailments, all are inflicted at once; drain attacks always drain 1/16 of the target's total hp or mp, as appropriate, and have an opposite effect against undead creatures
Each physical hit the monster takes will have its damage reduced by this amount
The number of evasion chances the monster has when attacked physically, and the sucess rate of each of those chances
The number of magic defense chances the monster has when targeted with a spell or ability, and the sucess rate of each of those chances
Mag. Def.
A monster's fear score is the base chance that it will flee from combat on its turn; this chance is increased when the party has more total HP than all remaining enemies
The average gil value of the money or items this monster can drop when defeated
Avg. Drop
The families this monster belongs to; Undead creatures are damaged by healing spells and reverse the effects of drain attacks used against them; some weapons get a +20 bonus to attack when used against certain monster families (this does not stack with the bonus for using an elemental weapon against a monster that is weak against that element)
The elements this monster is weak against; spells of these elements always have their maximum effect and deal double damage; elemental weapons get a +20 bonus to attack when used against monsters weak against any of their elements (this does not stack with the bonus for using a weapon against a monster of a family it is especially effective against)
The elements this monster resists or absorbs; spells of resisted elements are always fully resisted and deal half damage, whle spells of absorbed elements have no effect and heal the target; individual monster pages indicate which elements are resisted and which are absorbed
Chimera 5 640 80 60 4×75% - 50 1×50% 3×50% −85% 400 gil Magic Beast, Dragon - -
Rhyos 5 750 140 60 5×80% - 50 1×60% 4×40% −110% 640 gil Magic Beast, Dragon - -
Chimera Sphinx 6 1,140 370 85 6×90% - 70 1×70% 5×40% −170% 2,000 gil Magic Beast, Dragon - -
Salamander 6 1,290 300 100 8×90% - 85 1×70% 5×70% −166% 1,800 gil Spellcaster Ice Fire
Red Dragon 7 5,000 450 180 8×100% - 180 1×75% 8×40% −170% 12,083 gil Magic Beast, Dragon Ice Fire
Tiamat 7 5,000 450 150 8×100% Poison 180 1×80% 8×70% −170% 10,325 gil Magic Beast, Dragon - Fire, Lightning, Poison, Ice
Key Items: Which cast Blaze in battle – 1 shown
The spell cast when this key item is used in combat, and the level it is used at; specific details on the item's battle effect are found on individual item pages; key items do not break when used to cast spells
Wyvern Blaze 7