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by Lassarina Aoibhell

Welcome to my Final Fantasy X Bestiary. Some things you should know about the organization of this bestiary:

  • Elemental information will list elements that the creature is weak against, absorbs, is immune to, or takes half damage from.
  • The number in parentheses under HP indicates how much damage the killing blow must inflict to count for Overkill.
  • The number under MP is how much you can Osmose from the enemy. Spells the enemy casts do not affect this number.
  • Resistance to status effects is given on a scale of 0 to 255. The lower the number, the weaker it is against that status effect.
  • The number in parentheses after "Poison" tells you how much HP the enemy will lose per turn when poisoned.
  • The number in parentheses after "Doom" tells you how many turns it will take for Doom to take effect.
  • Rare drops occur one time in eight. Rare stolen items will turn up one time in four.
  • Equipment abilities indicate what abilities will be attached to the equipment the enemy drops.
  • "Area" indicates the area capture limit it counts toward for the Monster Arena. The monster may show up in other locations.

Monsters are organized alphabetically by name. Click the appropriate link. Be aware that these files are rather large (over 100 KB each) so if you're on dial-up, it may take a bit to load. Also, be aware that bosses are NOT listed in this guide. That will be a separate guide.

Bestiary (A-D)

Bestiary (E-L)

Bestiary (M-R)

Bestiary (S-Z)

Final Fantasy X Miscellaneous Information

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