Redmaw

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Redmaw
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Redmaw is an enemy from Final Fantasy XII that appears in the Stilshrine of Miriam and the Henne Mines.


Contents

[edit] Stats

STATS
Level HP MP Strength Magic Pwr Vitality
23-24
26-27
1134-1202
1670-1738
225-234
275-284
24-25
26-27
14
15
32-33
36-37
Speed Attack Pwr Defense Magic Res Evasion Exp
20-22
21-23
32-34
37-39
15-16
18-19
15
22
4-6
4-6
783-875
637-729
LP CP Gil
1
1
142-192
173-223
0
0
Elemental Properties
Fire Ice Lightning Water Wind Earth Holy Dark
- - - - - Weak - -
Items
Drop Steal Poach
Crooked Fang (common)
Wind Magicite (uncommon)
Red Fang (rare)
Ice Shield (very rare)
Crooked Fang (common)
100 gil (uncommon)
Taurus Gem (rare)
Crooked Fang (common)
Remedy (rare)
Other Info
Immunities Charm, Confuse, Lure, Slow, Stop
Attacks/Abilities Gnaw, Joyous Soundwave, Leech, Self-Sacrifice
Other -


[edit] Bestiary Entry

NO.: 099

GENUS: Avion

CLASSIFICATION: Steeling


[edit] Observations

Being a variety of steeling whose body is covered in hard scales like to those of a dragon. It prefers to make its home is dry underground caverns.

The name of 'redmaw' comes from the fact that the creature's mouth is ever painted crimson with the drinking of its victims' blood. Its vampyric bite delivers a numbing venom sufficient to kill even the largest of fiends, should its fangs go deep enough.


[edit] Sage Knowledge (6 of 78)

Sky Pirates

A name for the freefolk who ply the open skies in airships. Though they are collectively called "pirates", their actual occupations vary by individual.

Some search for legendary treasures, some merely travel the world, while others are indeed ruthless villains who attack trade ships and plunder goods for profit.

In recent years, the Archadian Empire has stepped up patrols, bringing in the worst of the lot, all but consigning the more flamboyant feats of piracy to history.

Of late, many are pirates who have given up the thief's life for that of the headhunter, bringing their former comrades-in-arms to justice... for a bounty.

Those few who remain pirates have struggled hard to retain the title, and are duly proud of it.

Last edited by Tifabelle on 11 February 2013 at 22:29
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