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This enemy might look like a pierror entertainer, but his lunatic performance puts victims into a Frenzy.
Final Fantasy VI PlayStation Bestiary entry

The Baalzephon, also called Woolly, is an enemy in Final Fantasy VI. Baalzephon makes a good Rage for Gau, as it casts Blizzaga, a powerful Ice-elemental spell. It provides absorption to six elements at the same time, but he will be KO'd when his MP equals 0.

Stats Edit

Battle Edit

Baalzephons always attack in pairs along with a pair of Shambling Corpses. It uses Frenzy to Berserk targets, which, combined with the Figaro Malt the Shambling Corpses use to inflict the Imp status on party members, can make the enemy party a potent force. It absorbs all elemental damage besides Fire and Holy.

Strategy Edit

By the time the party reaches the Zone Eater's Belly, the Baalzephon's HP is fairly low. Fira and Firaga spells should be used to kill it. One can also kill it with a few shots of Rasp or Osmose.

Coliseum setup Edit

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Elemental weaponry should be avoided for this battle, unless they're Fire or Holy-elemental. Baalzephon is also vulnerable to weapons that can inflict Death, such as Ichigeki and Wing Edge.

Formations Edit

Number Enemies Encounter flags Introduction flag Musical theme Magic AP
Norm.Normal Back Surr.Surrounded Side
132 Murussu, Baalzephon Y Y N Y Sides, individual Battle 1
351 Amduscias, Baalzephon Y Y Y Y Sides, individual Battle 2
352 Baalzephon x2, Shambling Corpse x2 Y Y Y Y Sides, individual Battle 2

AI scripts Edit

Normal script Edit

Attack Turns:
1st Turn: Frenzy (33%) or Nothing (66%)

If attacked by "Attack": Attack (100%)

Coliseum script Edit

Attack Turns:
1st Turn: Attack (50%) or Frenzy (50%)

If attacked by "Attack": Attack (100%)

Gallery Edit

Etymology Edit

Baal-zephon is a Hebrew name which means "lord of the north", and refers both to a god the Hellenes knew as Zeus Kasios, the god of Mount Aqraa on the Syrian shore and associated with thunderbolts, the sea, and a protector of maritime trade, and a place named in the Bible and described as being near Migdol and Pi-hahiroth where the Hebrews (Israelites) were said to have made their Passage of the Red Sea following their exodus from Egypt.

Related enemies Edit