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Behemoth (also known as Alpha Centauri II) was a gas giant planet, the second planet in the Alpha Centauri star system. (ST roleplay module: The Four Years War)

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Behemoth, about to eat Shakey Sanchez

Behemoth is an orange monster who first appeared on The Muppet Show.

A notable moment for Behemoth was the musical number "Under My Skin", during which he tried to eat Shakey Sanchez while singing the song.

He first appeared in episode 114, where he was a full-body character for the only time and had black eyebrows instead of brown ones. He was given his name in Muppets Tonight episode 205, in which he was Ernst Stavros Grouper's assistant.

Behemoth has been performed by Richard Hunt (in episode 119), Dave Goelz (in episode 115), Jerry Nelson (in episode 202) and Bill Barretta (Muppets Tonight)

The name "Behemoth" comes from the Book of Job; it's used to describe an extremely large or powerful creature.


Book appearances


  1. Muppet Morsels, Episode 115: Candice Bergen

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Final Fantasy

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Artwork of Behemoth in Final Fantasy IX by Yoshitaka Amano.
"Ferocious beasts with regal, fluttering manes and roars violent enough to shake the earth itself. After rending foes with long claws and horns, they usually use their sharp teeth to deal the killing blow. Also known to use high-level magic, Behemoths are enemies of the top rank."
—Description from Dissidia Final Fantasy

Behemoths (ベヒーモス Behīmosu) are enemies that appear in multiple Final Fantasy games. The Behemoth creature type has also made a single appearance as a summon.

Behemoths are usually depicted as large, purple, canine-esque creatures with two yellow bull-like horns and red hair. They usually appear in the final areas of the game. Behemoths usually use only physical attacks of massive strength, and will counter attacks with an attack of their own. If the player casts magic on them, the Behemoth will retaliate with a powerful spell of its own like Flare or Meteor. They are also known to use a similar spell before death. Because of their great strength and high HP, Behemoths are among the strong normal enemies in most games. Some have even been used as bosses.

A common variant is the King Behemoth, also known as the Behemoth King. These enemies, usually yellow in color, are stronger versions of the standard Behemoth type as suggested by their name. Catoblepas and Dark Behemoth have also appeared as variants, though not as common as the King Behemoth.



Final Fantasy

Yoshitaka Amano made concept art depicting a purple creature highly similar to the Behemoth, albeit winged, but the creature was ultimately not included in the game.

Final Fantasy II

Main article: Behemoth (Final Fantasy II)

The Behemoth is a deadly foe. In this game it does not use any status-effecting spells, but prefers heavy brute force, backed up by an impressive Attack stat. It also boasts high HP and Defense stats, which can lead to long, drawn-out battles. Defeating it is straightforward; the high HP has to be slowly reduced by strong melee characters, while magic users bombard the creature with high-level black magics and pause to heal injured comrades as necessary. The Emperor of Palamecia unleashes a Behemoth on Firion's party.

Final Fantasy III

Main article: Behemoth (Final Fantasy III)

Behemoths and King Behemoths appear in the Temple of Time and Ancients' Maze, respectively. They are very strong creatures; the strongest in the temple area.

Final Fantasy IV

Main article: Behemoth (Final Fantasy IV)

Three Behemoths appear as mini-bosses in the Lair of the Father on the Moon and can also be fought randomly in the Lunar Core. They even have the boss theme music play for them in battle. King Behemoths appear in the Advance version of Final Fantasy IV.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Main article: Behemoth (The After Years)

The Behemoth returns as a very powerful enemy, fought only in the Subterrane. They counter all physical attacks with a powerful physical attack, and spells with the Maelstrom spell. King Behemoth is a boss that is fought in the Depths, on the same floor as all of the other bosses from Final Fantasy II.

Final Fantasy V

Main article: Behemoth (Final Fantasy V)

The Behemoth is a new creature in the Advance version. The King Behemoth also appears in the Void. If a Behemoth is low on HP, it will cast Meteor. Players can inflict Berserk on it to prevent this. This enemy will not attack the party without first being attacked.

Final Fantasy VI

Main article: Behemoth (Final Fantasy VI)

Behemoths appears as an enemy on the Floating Continent. There is also a stronger version, known as the Great Behemoth in Kefka's Tower, and a boss called the Behemoth King in the Cave in the Veldt. A similar enemy, the Intangir, can appear on Triangle Island in the World of Balance, rewarding large amounts of experience to anyone able to beat them. Dark Behemoth appears only in the Advance version.

Final Fantasy VII

Main article: Behemoth (Final Fantasy VII)

Behemoths appear during the Raid on Midgar late in the game. King Behemoths appear in the Northern Crater, which is a yellow palette swap of the basic monster. There is also a secret weapon for Red XIII called the Behemoth Horn, which can be found in the stairwell of the Shinra Headquarters during the second visit to the city.

Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-

Behemoth in Before Crisis
Main article: Behemoth (Before Crisis)

Two types of Behemoth appear in Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-. The normal Behemoth, and the stronger variant, the King Behemoth.

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-

Behemoth in Crisis Core
Main article: Behemoth (Crisis Core)

Behemoth appears as a boss on Chapter 1, in Sector 8 Plaza. Experiment no. 88 is a virtual, stronger copy of Behemoth, and it is fought on Chapter 4 on the Training room of the Shinra Building Floor 49. Behemoth King also shows up, as a boss on the final dungeon, on Chapter 11.

Final Fantasy VIII

Main article: Behemoth (Final Fantasy VIII)

Behemoths appear on the Great Plains of Esthar after the Lunar Cry. As with all other variants in the Final Fantasy series, the Behemoths in FFVIII are very strong. They also have the ability to use Meteor and Mighty Guard. A Behemoth-like boss called Catoblepas appears in Ultimecia Castle - it is one of several bosses which need to be defeated to unseal the party's abilities.

Final Fantasy IX

Main article: Behemoth (Final Fantasy IX)

Behemoths in this game are very dangerous. They can counter with the ability Meteor Counter, which effectively works like a Meteor spell. Behemoths appear in Memoria. One can also be fought in the Treno Weapon Shop on Disc 4.

Final Fantasy X

Main article: Behemoth (Final Fantasy X)

Behemoths appear as fiends at Mt. Gagazet and in the ruins of Zanarkand. They strike with both Thundara and physical attacks. A stronger version, Behemoth King, appears inside Sin and casts the powerful Meteor spell upon its death. The Catoblepas is a modified and extremely powerful variant that can be fought at the Monster Arena.

Final Fantasy X-2

Regular Behemoths appear as a random encounter in the Zanarkand Ruins in Chapter One and are formidable foes throughout most of the game, until Chapter Five when they are generally eclipsed by most other random encounters. The Behemoth King creature type is replaced here by Humbaba, which looks exactly like a Behemoth King. It appears as a boss in the Thunder Plains during Chapter Five. Both versions also appear in Via Infinito.

Sphere Break

Behemoth Coin
Coin No. 20 Coin Value 7
Trait Quota x2
Location Found in the Western or Southern Expanses of the Bikanel Desert.

Final Fantasy XI

Behemoth in Final Fantasy XI
Main article: Behemoth (Final Fantasy XI)

Behemoths are a monster Family found within the Beast Type. Behemoths appear exclusively as Notorious Monsters, and are generally difficult to defeat alone.

Two Behemoths are also seen in the game's introductory FMV sequence, which depicts the beastman attack on Tavnazia. They were used by the orcs in a siege roll, using their great size and strength to break through the walls of the city

Final Fantasy XII

Behemoth, in Final Fantasy XII's bestiary
Main article: Behemoth (Final Fantasy XII)

Behemoths appear as both an individually named enemy and an entire classification of similar enemies. These Behemoths differ very much from the ones in the other releases, since they are less like beasts, wielding weapons and wearing armor and clothing. An exception is the Behemoth King, which walks on all fours and is more bestial than the other Behemoth-type enemies in this game.

Final Fantasy XIII

A Cocoon Behemoth
A Pulse Behemoth
Main article: Behemoth (Final Fantasy XIII)

The Behemoths of Pulse are similar to the quadrapedal versions seen in the past, with some able to assume humanoid forms if damaged enough. In Cocoon, there are the machine based Behemoth Kai, appearing in the standard form of a Behemoth, which can be summoned through a magic gate by several PSICOM soldiers. The first of these seen in the game immediately attacks Snow and Team Nora. It is considerably more difficult than the other bosses faced in the demo and can kill the player in two hits if not battled carefully.

  • Behemoth Kai
  • Behemoth King
  • Humbaba

Final Fantasy Tactics

Main article: Behemoth (Final Fantasy Tactics)

Behemoths appear as a family of monsters. They have high HP, physical strength and magic defense. Some behemoths are capable of instantly killing a unit. Friendly behemoths are able to use Ultima Demon spells when paired with the a unit using Beastmaster. There are three different races:

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Main article: Behemoth (Final Fantasy Tactics A2)

Behemoths are a species of monsters that have three variants: Behemoth, Reaver, and a red-colored Mutadragon. Their Hell Assault is a powerful move that boosts its next attack and damages enemies at the same time. There is also a dish called "behemoth steak" as Cid mentions that he will buy it after selling the "Alraune Drill" at mission You Say Tomato.

Crystal Defenders

Main article: Behemoth (Crystal Defenders)

The Behemoth appears in Crystal Defenders as an enemy.

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

Main article: Behemoth (Crystal Chronicles)

The Behemoth appears as a regular enemy in Conall Curach. It is generally considered to be one of the strongest and hardest enemies that the player has faced up to that point in the game

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates

Main article: Behemoth (Ring of Fates)

The Behemoth appears as a boss in Old Town in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates. Its appearance is dramatically different from its counterpart in the original Crystal Chronicles.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time

Main article: Behemoth (Echoes of Time)

The Behemoth makes its debut as a boss in Library Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time. Its appearance is exactly the same as it was in Ring of Fates Behemoth.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers

Behemoth appear in the Snowfields outside of Rivelgauge Monestary. There is also the Boss creature, the Behemoth King, in this area.

Regular behemoths are relatively strong monsters with low defense. Their attacks consist solely of swipes and charges. The Behemoth King, however, is a large, bipedal creature with an enourmous club, which it can attack with. The Behemoth King can also use a fire breath attack and use the Meteor spell to launch 4 meteors at anything within range. It is rare as a boss in that it will attack anything in the area, including other monsters, especially if left alone.

Final Fantasy Mystic Quest

Main article: Behemoth (Mystic Quest)

The behemoth is the first boss of the game. It attacks Benjamin at the Hill of Destiny. The Gorgon is a similar monster encountered elsewhere in the Forestia region.

Dissidia Final Fantasy

Behemoth being summoned

Behemoth appears as a summon in Dissidia Final Fantasy. When used, it doubles the summoner's Brave Points, but then causes a reduction by 60 during a period of time. The artwork used for it is from Final Fantasy II. Behemoth can be obtained as a Stage Bonus on the Destiny Odyssey X storyline.

Non-Final Fantasy Appearances

Chocobo series

Main article: Behemoth (Chocobo Series)
Behemoth in his Behemoth Buggy 99

Behemoth is a recurring character in the Chocobo series. At times, it appears as an obstacle to Chocobo's adventures, on other occasions an ally.

Kingdom Hearts

A similar monster appears Kingdom Hearts as a Heartless boss in Hollow Bastion. A weaker version appears as a normal enemy in End of the World, and it can also be fought in Olympus Coliseum.

In early Kingdom Hearts II trailers, two Behemoths can be seen in a cutscene before the battle of 1000 Heartless; however, the Behemoths were removed from the cutscene in the finalized version of the game and were never seen in the game.


Vincent in Galian Beast form


Behemoth is the Hebrew primal beast of the land, with Leviathan being the primal beast of the water and Ziz being the primal beast of the sky. According to legend, Behemoth and Leviathan will battle at the end of the world, and eventually kill each other.


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Guild Wars

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This article is about burrowing Behemoths in Tyria and The Underworld. For the reptilian Behemoths in Vabbi, see great beast.
A Tar Behemoth, a typical Behemoth

Behemoths (a.k.a. Burrowers) are a class of monster, i.e. a species in the bestiary of Guild Wars.

They are huge beasts that live mainly underground, with only a claw-armed head on a serpent-like body above the surface. The actual shape and size of their bodies is unknown. Usually they will be found waiting dormant, with the neck retracted and the head resting on the ground on a collar of spiky rocks, only springing to life when prey comes within range of their powerful ranged attack. This appearance makes them look almost like harmless piles of rocks from a distance.


Behemoths are stationary beings, that don't leave their place under any circumstances, not even to pursuit fleeing foes or to escape from AoE damage, which makes them very vulnerable.

Most Behemoths are ranger or warriors. The warriors are tough defenders and not so easy targets for melee attackers. Also, due to their high level and high armor they can take quite a beating. Nonetheless, the fact that they are immobile makes them quite easy to defeat. Use AoE skills to quickly take them out.

Furthermore Behemoths ...

Items dropped

Behemoths may drop the following loot (besides gold and various weapons and items):

Collectable Drops Behemoth Jaws
Crafting Materials Chitin Fragment
Salvage Items None

Known Sub-Types

Region Sub-Species Collectable Drop
Ascalon WarriorTar Behemoth Scar Behemoth Jaw
Maguuma Jungle WarriorRoot Behemoth Behemoth Jaw
Crystal Desert RangerDune Burrower Dune Burrower Jaw
Ring of Fire Islands RangerCrag Behemoth Searing Burrower Jaw
The Underworld RangerObsidian Behemoth
ElementalistObsidian Guardian
Obsidian Burrower Jaw

For an alphabetic list of all Behemoths, including bosses, see also: category:Behemoths

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Marvel Database

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Imperial-class Star Destroyer


72 TIE/ln starfighters


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Behemoth was an Imperial-class Star Destroyer commanded by Admiral Bethrogg before the Battle of Endor. At some point during the Galactic Civil War, the Behemoth, under Bethrogg's command, was commissioned to hunt down the Rebel Pegasus Strike Force. Shortly after, it joined the fleet of Lumiya. It was capable of carrying 72 TIE/ln starfighters.

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Star Wars Fanon

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Behemoth was one of the two moons on the planet Maynus. It was relatively small, but it was larger than the other moon. It was given the name because of how large it looked to the people of Maynus.

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This creature is in the Humanoids class.

4000 Hit points
2500 Experience points per kill

Summon/Convince: --/--
Abilities: Melee (0-450), Distance Fighting (Boulder 0-200 physical damage), Haste.
Pushable: ?
Push Objects: ?
Est. Max. Damage: 630 hp per turn
Immune To: Invisibility, Paralysis
Strong To: Physical (-10%), Holy (-30%), Fire (-30%), Energy (-10%), Earth (-80%)
Neutral To: Drown?, Life Drain?
Weak To: Death (+5%), Ice (+10%)
Sounds: "Crush the intruders!"; "You're so little!"; "Human flesh - delicious!".
Behavior: Behemoths attack their enemies and chase them with their great speed.
Field Notes: When it's hasted it's able to outrun a level 130 player. So always be prepared to use Haste or Strong Haste. It can also be skinned in order to get Behemoth Fangs.
Location: Cyclopolis, deepest part of Tarpit Tomb after the flame, Forbidden Lands, Vandura Mountain, Serpentine Tower (unreachable), deep into the Formorgar Mines, Arena and Zoo Quarter, The Dark Path.
Strategy: A Knight and Druid can kill Behemoths rather easily using Ice Strike and Heal Friend spell. A Paladin, lower level than 80 should have a blocker or hunt solo from level 85+ with 90+ distance. Hunting them is easy and usually there will be profit in Loot.
Loot: 0-140 gp, 0-6 Meat, Big Bone, Crowbar, Pick, Amphora, Double Axe, 0-2 Assassin Stars, Dark Armor (semi-rare), Two-Handed Sword (semi-rare), Plate Armor (semi-rare), 0-4 Small Amethyst (semi-rare), Giant Sword (rare), Great Health Potion (rare), Perfect Behemoth Fang (rare), Strange Symbol (rare), War Axe (rare), Crystal Necklace (very rare), Behemoth Claw (very rare), Behemoth Trophy (very rare), Steel Boots (very rare), Titan Axe (very rare). (Loot Statistics)
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From Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki

English: Behemoth
Attribute: DARK Image:Dark.png
Types: Zombie/Effect
Level: 7 Image:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.png
ATK/DEF: 2500/2500
Card Lore: Se il tuo avversario dichiara un'attacco esso perde 1000 life points. Ogni mostro che non sia di elemento Tenebre perde 500 punti di attacco, tutti i mostri avversari perdono 500 punti di difesa
Sets with this Card: Bestie Selvaggie
Card Limit: Unlimited
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