Aeronite

アイロネート [aeronite] in Japanese. The spelling of this word is extremely ambiguous (in fact, it's not certain 'aeronite' is the intended spelling), and the monster has been translated as 'ironite' as well, which is another valid reading of it, although 'aeronite' certainly makes more sense considering its abilities and weaknesses.

Final Fantasy IX

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Level: 11
HP: 889, MP: 374, ATK: 20/M10, DEF: 10/M10, EVA: 2/M4, SPD: 21
GIL: 269 / EXP: 577/2
Drops: Hi-Potion, Phoenix Down, Soft, Ether
Steal: Hi-Potion, Soft
Place: Burmecia
Other: as 'Ironite'

Final Fantasy XII

Number: 181, Aggro: Yes, Movement: Fly, Type: Dragon/Wyvern, Flying
Stats (level 49-50): HP 18,004-18,684, MP 999, ATK 77-81, DEF 26-29, MDEF 30-32, EVA 0, STR 37-41, MAG 26-29, VIT 55-62, SPD 22-25, 50% chance of Protect, Shell and Bravery
Stats (level 59-60): HP 27,838-28,518, MP 999, ATK 94-98, DEF 29-32, MDEF 33-35, EVA 0, STR 46-50, MAG 41-44, VIT 65-72, SPD 25-28, 50% chance of Protect, Shell and Bravery
EXP: 6,156-6,359, 8,222-8,425 / LP: 2 / Clan points: 576-1,096, 701-1,221
Immunity: Petrify, Stop, Doom, Confuse, Sleep, Disease, Reverse, Disable, Immobilize, Lure, Berserk and Numerology. In addition, lv49-50 version is immune to Silence, Blind and Sap
Weakness: Thunder
Abilities: Attack (x1-x5 with 14% chance, lv49-50 version has 4% chance of Poison), Aeroga, Blizzaga, Crushing Fangs, Ram, Poison Breath
Passive Abilities: Null Knockback, Crit HP -> ATK+, Crit HP -> MAG+, Crit HP -> DEF+, HP Devour (when HP>50%), Null EVA (when HP<50%), Attack CT=0 (when HP<30%)
Drops: Wyvern Fang 40%, Ice Crystal 25%, Dragon Helm 3%, Leo Gem 1%, Wyvern Wing 10% with monograph, Arcana 21% with canopic jar
Steal: Wyvern Fang 55%, Hi-Potion 10%, Leo Gem 3%
Poach: Wyvern Fang 95%, Wyvern Wing 5%
Place: The Pharos
Description: Being a creature of extreme rarity, its body lighter than the air itself. Vents upon its back belch heat and steam upward, keeping the creature from floating too high. Should these vents be damaged, it would rise up and be carried away on the winds. Aeronites are revered among many cultures as a symbol of holiness, appearing as a motif in sculpture and murals.


Category: Bestiary

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