The Adamantoise (アダマンタイマイ, Adamantaimai?) is a recurring enemy in the Final Fantasy series. It usually appears as a large turtle with high defense and strength, however sometimes with low magical defense. Their names are based on "adamantite", a metal that is often one of the game's strongest metals. The Adamantoise's debut appearance was in Final Fantasy II in the Snow Cave.
- Main article: Adamantoise (Final Fantasy II)
- Main article: Adamantoise (Final Fantasy III)
- Main article: Adamantoise (Final Fantasy IV)
The Adamantoise, which was originally translated as the Turtle, appears as an enemy in the Antlion's Den.
- Main article: Adamantoise (The After Years)
The Adamantoise appears as an enemy in Final Fantasy IV: The After Years. It is not powerful, but can drop the Bronze Tail as a very rare drop. It is a boss in Yang's Tale, and appears as a random encounter during Edward's Tale.
- Main article: Adamantoise (Final Fantasy V)
The Adamantoise guards a piece of Adamantite inside Galuf's meteor.
- Main article: Adamankary
- Main article: Adamantaimai
The Adamantaimai appears in the beach area near Wutai. It also sometimes appears in the Gold Saucer's Battle Square. It possesses the Enemy Skill Death Force, which can only be learned by manipulating it. Adamantaimai is also known for a glitch that can occur when battling it.
Adamantoise are fought as rather powerful enemies that can nullify all attacks by hiding in their shells, unlike all previous incarnations of the creature.
- Main article: Adamantoise (Final Fantasy VIII)
- Main article: Adamantoise (Final Fantasy IX)
- Main article: Adamantoise (Final Fantasy X)
- Main article: Adamantoise (Final Fantasy X-2)
- Main article: Adamantoise (Final Fantasy XI)
Adamantoise is a family of creatures in Final Fantasy XI. The family includes, almost exclusively, only Notorious Monsters. They are uniformly incredibly high level, have high HP totals, and massive defense.
- Main article: Adamantitan (Final Fantasy XII)
- Main article: Adamantoise (Final Fantasy XIII)
Adamantoise appear as a regular enemy on Gran Pulse and are one of the largest animals in the land. They can be fought in the Archylte Steppe along with a weaker version called Adamantortoise. They look powerful, but they are actually quite easy to beat once their left and right forelegs are destroyed. After completing a certain set of missions, the Adamantoise of Gran Pulse are replaced by the significantly more powerful Long Gui, easily the toughest regular enemies in the game. One Adamantoise can also be fought in Eden.
- Main article: Long Gui (Final Fantasy XIII-2)
The Long Gui reappears as an optional opponent on the Archylte Steppe. When first encountered, it must be moved in order to reach and defeat the Faeryl needed to complete the area's storyline events. Later, once the party has been sufficiently developed in the Crystarium, the Long Gui may be battled, though it is somewhat less fierce than its XIII counterpart.
Adamantoises will appear on Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn.
Appearing as large, turtle-like creatures, Adamantoises have high HP and guard themselves by withdrawing in their shell.
- Main article: Adamant Turtle
The Adamant Turtle can be found in the Lava Dome.
The Adamant is an enemy and also a possible monster that the party's monster unit(s) can transform into.
The Adamant is an enemy and also a possible monster that the party can transform into.
- Main article: Adamantoise (Dimensions)
The Adamantoise appears as an optional postgame superboss in Final Fantasy Dimensions, it is fought it Gladiators' Hall. Each time it is defeated, the party gets 1-3 pieces of Adamantite, and the boss and levels up every 2 times it is defeated, up to a maximum level of 5.
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The Adamantoise appears in this rhythm game with its Final Fantasy XIII appearance.
- "If turtles truly are the longest-lived animals, then this guy deserves his own holiday."
- —In-game description.
The Adamantoise is a wood element, and has six cards under his name. Though he is a monster, not a summon like some of the other cards, his cards are superior for their defense.
Deal 4 damage if opponent's card is gray.
|Crystal Ability (**)
Deal 3 damage.
|Crystal Ability (**)
Deals 2 damage and causes Poison.
|Deals 3 damage and causes Slow.|
|Crystal Ability (**)