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|Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates Enemy|
|Location||1 - Hill Caves (Story Mode) and Valley of Heroes (Multiplay)|
2 - Mount Vaal (Story Mode and Multiplay)
3 - ??? (Story Mode) and Shadowland (Multiplay)
|Item Dropped||Normal Mode|
Odd Angled Eye, Gourd Potato
Valley of Heroes: 250 gil, Best Bronze Helm Scroll, Dark Dust, Gourd Potato, Holy Orb, Magic Stone, Odd Angled Eye, Petite Amethyst, Petite Emerald, Petite Onyx, Phoenix Down, Seraph Dust, White Dust
Mount Vaal: 400 Gil, Gourd Potato, Magic Stone, Odd Angled Eye, Phoenix Down, Refined Ruby Scroll, Seraph Dust, White Dust
Gourd Potato, Holy Orb, Odd Angled Eye, Seraph Dust, White Dust
|Sturdiness||Easy to knock out|
|Element||1 - Blue|
2 - Blue
3 - Red
The Bat is an enemy from Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates. It is not a particularly powerful enemy, though can prove to be nuisance as it tends to stay out of reach of ground attacks. Players may opt to either attack it by doing aerial attack, grabbing onto it and attacking (which after one attack the player should get off of it to prevent being countered), or wait for the bat to move to ground level to attack it.
Once the Bat is at ground level, it will follow the player and attempt to use its default attack, which is incredibly short ranged. Starting at Mount Vaal, Bats will start casting Blizzard, making them more dangerous than at the Hill Caves. Those Bats, however, can be dealt with in the same manner.
It is not recommended to attempt to use the Wall Slam tactic against Bats as they quickly respond to being picked up.