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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Enemy
Abaddon
アバドン (Abadon)
FFCC-Abadon
Location Conall Curach
Tida (Cycles 2 and 3)
Type Flying
Items Dropped Jagged Scythe
Weak Against Nothing
Resistant to Nothing
Cycle 1 Stats
1 player 2 players 3 players 4 players
HP 32 40 48 56
STR 6 7 9 10
DEF 5 6 7 9
MAG 6 7 9 10
Cycle 2 Stats
1 player 2 players 3 players 4 players
HP 48 60 72 84
STR 9 11 13 16
DEF 7 9 11 12
MAG 9 11 13 16
Cycle 3 Stats
1 player 2 players 3 players 4 players
HP 80 100 120 140
STR 15 19 22 26
DEF 12 16 19 22
MAG 15 19 22 26

The Abaddon is a huge, Mantis-like enemy in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles. It appears as in Conall Curach during all Cycles and a regular monster in Tida during the second and third Cycle. In addition to a regular physical attack, it shoots bursts of wind for non-elemental damage. Its Curse spell reduces all stats by half.

Abaddon is definitely one of the largest and also strongest usual enemies throughout the whole game. Players that visit Tida for the second time, can find it in the second area of the dungeon behind a sealed gate which has to be opened by finding a stone key.

There, usually one to two Abaddons guard the treasures that can be found there. In the third cycle, players have also to persist three Abaddons before being able to enter the boss area. Two of those Abaddons leave a stone key behind which are needed to open the door to the Boss. Also, the continuously attacks of the monsters will make it impossible just to kill the two with the keys and then flee. Players also have to kill the third Abaddon, to be able to use the keys without any disturbance.

Etymology Edit

The Hebrew term abaddon appears in the Bible as a place of destruction and an angel, respectively. In the Hebrew Bible, abaddon is used with reference to a bottomless pit, often appearing alongside the place שאול (sheol), meaning the land of the dead.

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