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  • according to Ramayana adaptations, Mandodari – the wife of the ten-headed demon Ravana – was the mother of Sita, whose kidnapping by Ravana would lead to his doom?

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Vagrant Story Enemy
Class HP MP
Human 750 750
Strength Intelligence Agility
155 150 125
Location Iron Maiden
Item Dropped
Magic Attacks
Part Ph. Ai. Fi. Ea. Wa. Li. Da.
R. Arm 30 70 30 15 30 30 30
R. Arm 70 30 70 30 15 30 30
L. Arm 30 15 30 70 30 30 30
L. Arm 30 30 15 30 70 30 30
Head 30 30 30 30 30 15 70
Legs 30 30 30 30 15 70 15
Part Blunt Edged Pierce
R. Arm 30 10 10
R. Arm 10 30 10
L. Arm 10 10 30
L. Arm 30 10 10
Head 10 10 10
Legs 10 10 10
Weapon {{{Weapon}}}
Shield {{{Shield}}}
R. Arm {{{Equip1}}}
R. Arm {{{Equip2}}}
L. Arm {{{Equip3}}}
L. Arm {{{Equip4}}}
Head {{{Equip5}}}
Legs {{{Equip6}}}
Accessory {{{Accessory}}}
"A magical statue of a diety engineered in the era of Mullenkamp."
—In-game description

Ravana is an enemy from Vagrant Story.


Ravana is a legendary, demonic king of Sri Lanka, said to have ruled the island 6,000 years ago. He is shown to have ten heads and twenty arms. After getting a boon from the God Brahma, Ravana is made invulnerable to Gods, Demons, and Spirits. Humans are excluded since Ravana does not see them to be a threat. Ravana is the central villain of the Sanskrit epic Ramayana, in which he steals Sita, the wife of the hero, Rama, the God Vishnu in human form. Rama travels to Sri Lanka and defeats Ravana's army, then kills the demon king with an arrow.

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