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Final Fantasy XII Enemy
Abysteel
Minimum Stats
Level Evade%
35 9
HP MP
6,778 600
Power Defense
76 28
M. Pwr M. Def
22 32
Vitality Speed
48 25
EXP CP
1,924 378
Maximum Stats
Level Evade%
65 18
HP MP
20,644 789
Power Defense
98 35
M. Pwr M. Def
39 39
Vitality Speed
61 34
EXP CP
9,363 639
Elemental affinities
Fire Ice Lightning Water
- - - -
Wind Earth Dark Holy
- - - Weak
Japanese アビス
Romaji Abisu
Location Lhusu Mines*,
(Site 5, Site 6 South),
Henne Mines^,
(Phase 2 Dig, Crossover C, Pithead Junction C, Phase 2 Shaft),
Sochen Cave Palace",
(Destiny's March)
Bestiary Location The Sochen Cave Palace
LP Awarded 1
Common Steal Spiral Incisor
Uncommon Steal Teleport Stone
Rare Steal Demon Shield*", Vampyr Fang^
Common Drop Dark Crystal
Uncommon Drop Spiral Incisor
Rare Drop Red Fang
Very Rare Drop Vampyr Fang*", Demon Shield^
Monograph Drop Vampyr Fang (15% - Warmage's Monograph)
Canopic Jar Drop Arcana (19%)
Common Poach N/A
Rare Poach N/A
Attacks (5-hit, may Poison), Gnaw
Abilities Leech, Sacrifice
Innate abilities Safety, Adrenaline,
If HP <50% - Parry, Damage Resist, Attack CT = 0
Immune to Death, Petrify, Stop*^, Doom^, Confuse, Disease, Reverse, Slow^, Immobilize, Sap*", Lure, Berserk, Warp, Poach, Fractional Damage, Sight Unseeing, Renew, Syphon, Numerology, Charm, Achilles, Wither, Addle
Other Information Has Haste (50%)
*Level 57-59
^Level 64-65
"Level 35-38

The Abysteel is an undead/steeling-type enemy from Final Fantasy XII. It can be found deep in the Henne Mines, the Lhusu Mines, as well as the Sochen Cave Palace.

Contents

Bestiary Entry

Genus: Undead
Class: Steeling

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Page 1: Observations

"Being a variety of bat with wings of surpassing beauty, preferring to make their abodes in magicite mines and underground chambers. Their wings are composed of a tough metallic substance, and by their patterns can males and females be distinguished. It is generally held that the patterning of the females is more beautiful, lending the wings much popularity as ornamentation on airships, the male's, meanwhile, being considered ill-favored, and shunned as a sign of bad luck."

Page 2: Tips for the Adventurer

"Few things bring to mind 'ill luck' so readily as a vampyr fang. Yet the things are famous among apothecaries and their ilk as a vital ingredient in wards and charms against curses! And, apparently, not just any fang will do the trick. I'd have no idea how to tell a vampyr fang from a regular, pointy one, if I had to look into such a mouth, and I hope I never have the pleasure. If you want one, you'd best be ready to grope around some pretty nasty places. Maybe you'll get your fang yet. Maybe you'll lose a few fingers in the process. Either way, count me out!"

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This article uses material from the "Abysteel" article on the Final Fantasy wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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