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Leech is a genus in the Amorph Family inFinal Fantasy XI.

Species

  • Acrophies
  • Anautogenous Slug
  • Arrapago Leech
  • Ashakku
  • Big Leech
  • Blood Ball
  • Bloodsucker
  • Bouncing Ball
  • Caedarva Leech
  • Canal Leech
  • Carrion Leech
  • Forest Leech
  • Gigas's Leech
  • Goblin's Leech
  • Goobbue Parasite
  • Horrid Fluke
  • Huge Leech
  • Kissing Leech
  • Labyrinth Leech
  • Leech
  • Mamool Ja Bloodsucker
  • Phebotomic Slug
  • Poison Leech
  • Red Kisser
  • Red Osculator
  • Red Smoocher
  • Royal Leech
  • Sahagin Parasite
  • Stickpin
  • Thread Leech
  • Uggalepih Leech
  • Volcanic Leech
  • Wadi Leech
  • Yagudo Parasite


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Notorious Monsters

  • Aroma Leech
  • Bloodpool Vorax
  • Bloodsucker
  • Canal Moocher
  • Cetic Parasite
  • Chocoboleech
  • Hazhalm Leech
  • Jammer Leech
  • Kloesse
  • Korroloka Leech
  • Leech King
  • Masan
  • Nightmare Leech
  • Pepper
  • Phoedme
  • Prune
  • Slippery Sucker
  • Undead Leech
  • Utgarth Leech


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Special Attacks

  • Absorbing Kiss: Random attribute drain. Only used by certain Notorious Monsters.
  • Acid Mist: AoE Water damage and Attack Down.
  • Brain Drain: Single target damage and Intelligence Down.
  • Deep Kiss: Steals a single beneficial status effect. Only used by certain Notorious Monsters.
  • Drainkiss: Single target Drain.
  • MP Drainkiss: Single target MP Drain.
  • Random Kiss: Single target HP, MP, or TP Drain. Only used by certain Notorious Monsters.
  • Regeneration: Regen effect.
  • Sand Breath: Breath Attack damage and Blind.
  • Suction: Single target damage and chance to Stun.
  • TP Drainkiss: Single target TP Drain.


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Marvel Database

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A wrinkled shiny skinned fruit that is a dried plum, which is native to America, Europe and Asia. There are many varieties of this fruit, which have flesh that ranges in flavor from tart to very sweet, but there are only a few varieties that are suitable for drying. Typically, the plum used for drying is a firmer fruit and one that contains a higher level of sugar. This fruit has a moist flesh with a rich flavor and is available in various sizes. Although sun drying is still utilized, most drying occurs with the use of commercial dehydration dryers. Dried plums, also known as "prunes," are marketed under the name of "dried plums" in order to assist in selling the product. Dried plums are good for eating out of the hand, as a stewed dish, or in sweet and savory dishes. They provide fiber, iron and other types of nutrients to your diet. To chop this fruit, slit and remove the pit if it contains one, then chop into pieces with a chef's knife. A scissors can also be used to cut into pieces. If the knife blade or scissors becomes sticky when cutting, spray them with vegetable oil or dip them into hot water. Dried plums are available throughout the year. When selecting, choose those that are soft, flexible, have a bluish-black skin and are free of damaged or bruised spots. Store the prunes in an airtight container in the refrigerator or in a cool dry place. They should keep for up to six months.

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