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This article is about the Dragoon's pet wyverns. For the adult enemy wyverns, see Wyvern (Final Fantasy XI).
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Pet Wyverns are a genus in the Dragon family introduced in Final Fantasy XI: Rise of the Zilart. They are minions summoned by the Dragoon Job, and appear as both allies and enemies.

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Player Wyverns

Your support job choice affects the behavior of your Wyvern. There are three types of behavior — Offensive, Defensive, and Multipurpose.

Offensive Wyvern

If you have any of the following support jobs, your Wyvern will be an Offensive Wyvern. This means it will use an Elemental Breath attack against the enemy. The Elemental Breath is triggered by the use of a Weapon Skill.

Defensive Wyvern

If you have any of the following support jobs, your Wyvern will be a Defensive Wyvern. It will use Healing Breath after you cast a spell while any party member (including yourself) is lower than 1/3 HP (the Drachen Armet increases this threshold to 1/2 HP). The base/ceiling amount of HP restored is based on the Wyvern's max HP, the amount of total HP restored is based on the Wyvern's TP at the time Healing Breath is triggered. 300% Wyvern TP will restore the maximum amount of HP to either you or a party member, while 0%-7% Wyvern TP will only restore the base amount HP, from Healing Breath. The base and ceiling amount that can be restored will rise as you and your Wyvern level up, usually around 3 HP each level. It will remove status effects upon the use of a Weapon Skill, and will either use a status Remove Breath or a Healing Breath when your HP is at 1/4 or below.

*Summoner gives the Wyvern defensive behavior, but is unable to trigger Healing Breath. This subjob combination can only perform Remove Breath.

Multipurpose Wyvern

If you have any of the following support jobs, your Wyvern will be a Multipurpose Wyvern. The Wyvern will use both Elemental Breath attacks and Healing Breath effects. Unlike a Defensive Wyvern, the Multipurpose Wyvern cannot heal party members or remove status effects. The threshold for Healing Breath is also lower, with the Dragoon needing to be below 1/4 of their max HP (1/3 with the Drachen Armet equipped).

Wyvern Abilities

Level Ability Wyvern Type Trigger
1 Subtle Blow All Always Active
1 Flame Breath Offensive or Multipurpose Any Weapon Skill
1 Frost Breath Offensive or Multipurpose Any Weapon Skill
1 Gust Breath Offensive or Multipurpose Any Weapon Skill
1 Hydro Breath Offensive or Multipurpose Any Weapon Skill
1 Lightning Breath Offensive or Multipurpose Any Weapon Skill
1 Sand Breath Offensive or Multipurpose Any Weapon Skill
1 Healing Breath I Defensive or Multipurpose Any Spell Cast
1 Remove Breath (Poison) Defensive Any Weapon Skill
10 Attack Bonus All Always Active
20 Healing Breath II Defensive or Multipurpose Any Spell Cast
20 Remove Breath (Blind) Defensive Any Weapon Skill
25 Dragon Killer All Always Active
30 Accuracy Bonus All Always Active
40 Healing Breath III Defensive or Multipurpose Any Spell Cast
40 Remove Breath (Paralysis) Defensive Any Weapon Skill
50 Accuracy Bonus II All Always Active
50 Super Climb All Super Jump

Other Notes

  • Important note: In Salvage all pets' stats are locked with the master's. This means if your HP is locked, for example, your pet's HP is locked as well. Using a cell to remove a lock also removes the lock from the pet. In the case of DRG, the Wyvern will not be able to use breath abilities if abilities are locked, and its HP will be lower (and breaths weaker) if HP is locked.
  • At level 60 your wyvern gains the ability to intimidate Ahriman types but no other demons.

Enemy Wyverns

Species

  • Aern's Wyvern
  • Draugar's Wyvern
  • Fomor's Wyvern
  • Mamool Ja's Wyvern
  • Orc's Wyvern
  • Sahagin's Wyvern


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Notorious Monsters

  • Ark Angel's Wyvern
  • Bxafraff's Wyvern
  • Dagourmarche's Wyvern
  • Dragon's Wyvern
  • Fantoccini Wyvern
  • Hydra's Wyvern
  • Kindred's Wyvern
  • Maat's Wyvern
  • Osschaart's Wyvern
  • Shikaree Z's Wyvern
  • Telchines's Wyvern
  • Vanguard's Wyvern
  • Zagan's Wyvern


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Special Attacks

Since enemies cannot have a subjob, all enemy wyverns are offensive wyverns and use only their elemental breath attacks.

  • Flame Breath: Single target Breath Attack Fire damage.
  • Frost Breath: Single target Breath Attack Ice damage.
  • Gust Breath: Single target Breath Attack Wind damage.
  • Hydro Breath: Single target Breath Attack Water damage.
  • Lightning Breath: Single target Breath Attack Lightning damage.
  • Sand Breath: Single target Breath Attack Earth damage.


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