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Final Fantasy XII Enemy
Minimum Stats
Level Evade%
27 0
4,237 300
Power Defense
37 16
M. Pwr M. Def
12 15
Vitality Speed
38 16
1,660 270
Maximum Stats
Level Evade%
28 0
4,477 306
Power Defense
41 18
M. Pwr M. Def
12 15
Vitality Speed
42 16
1,862 428
Elemental affinities
Fire Ice Lightning Water
- Absorb Weak -
Wind Earth Dark Holy
- - - -
Japanese イエティ
Romaji Ieti
Location Paramina Rift (Silverflow's End, Icebound Flow)
Bestiary Location Paramina Rift
LP Awarded 2
Common Steal Tanned Giantskin
Uncommon Steal Remedy
Rare Steal 1,000 gil
Common Drop Ice Magicite
Uncommon Drop Tanned Giantskin
Rare Drop Teleport Stone
Very Rare Drop Demonsbane
Monograph Drop Arctic Wind (10% - Knight's Monograph)
Canopic Jar Drop Arcana (10%)
Common Poach Tanned Giantskin
Rare Poach Arctic Wind
Attacks (7-hit max), Ram,
Abilities Blizzara, Smite of Rage, Bacchus' Wine
Innate abilities Null Knockback
Immune to Doom, Reverse, Poison, Lure
Other Information Drops Arctic Wind (10%) and Arcana (10%).
May use Bacchus Wine to inflict Berserk.

The Yeti is a giant/behemoth-type enemy from Final Fantasy XII. It can be found in the Silverflow's End area of the Paramina Rift.


Bestiary Entry

Genus: Giant
Class: Behemoth


Page 1: Observations

"A thick coat of fur is the perfect protection against the cold in the snow-covered mountain ranges where these creatures reside. In olden times it was said that mountain gods lived in the snowy crags, and villagers would offer them sacrifices for their good favor. Now it is widely believed that these 'gods' were, in fact, yeti who had succeeded in cowing superstitious local residents."

Page 2: A Curious Treasure

"Now, it is a well-known fact among researchers of arctic monstrosities that the yeti possesses lungs of particular fascination, operating as they do at a temperature colder than ice, making them well-suited to the breathing of frigid air. Unique structures within the yeti's lungs cause atmospheric moisture to form icy tubes, with openings on either side which permit the flow of air. Over time, these tubular structures grow ever more intricate, and when they are later forcibly removed from the yeti's chest cavity, they become the curious objects known as arctic winds, and are highly collectible."

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