Final Fantasy XIII-2 Enemy
トーチカトータス (Tōchika Tōtasu)
FFXIII2 enemy Bunkerbeast
HP FFXIII-2 Strength Icon FFXIII-2 Magic Icon
189,191 389 329
Stagger Icon FFXIII Chain Icon FFXIII
130% 95
Keep Launch Libra
85 Resistant 401
CP Gil
180 594
Fire Icon FFXIII Ice Icon FFXIII Lightning Icon FFXIII
Weakness - Weakness
Wind Icon FFXIII Physical Icon FFXIII Magical Icon FFXIII
- Resistant Resistant
Status resistanceThe lower the number, the more suspectible the enemy is to the status.
Deprotect-ffxiii-icon Deshell-ffxiii-icon Slow-ffxiii-icon Poison-ffxiii-icon Imperil-ffxiii-icon
Immune Immune 30% Immune Immune
Curse-ffxiii-icon Pain-ffxiii-icon Fog-ffxiii-icon Debrave-ffxiii-icon Defaith-ffxiii-icon
Immune Immune Immune 30% 30%
Daze-ffxiii-icon Wound Death-ffxiii-icon Dispel-ffxiii-icon Provoke-ffxiii-icon
Immune 0% Immune 0% 30%
Location Yaschas Massif -100 AF- (The Pass of Paddra)
Type Feral Creature
Subtype Armadillon
Recruit Chance 30%
Common Drop Vitality Sliver (20%)
Rare Drop Vitality Orb (3%)
Abilities Shocking Breath, Regenerate Carapace
Notes - Employs powerful lightning-based attacks
- Physical and magic resistance low when staggered.
- Chain bonus accumulates slowly.

The Bunkerbeast is an enemy in Final Fantasy XIII-2 encountered in Yaschas Massif 100 AF.


The Bunkerbeast has high damage resistance until it is staggered. It has a high chain resistance, but its stagger point is low.


The party should aim for a preemptive strike to bring the Bunkerbeast's chain gauge up to 120% immediately, drastically reducing the effort necessary to defeat it. From there, the player should begin with Cerberus or Relentless Assault to stabilize the chain gauge, then switch to Tri-disaster to stagger the Bunkerbeast. Once it is staggered, the party should switch to Cerberus to deal as much damage as possible.

Paradigm PackEdit

As an ally, the Bunkerbeast has one of the highest HP growths, its HP eventually rising above 10,000 when fully maxed out with Potent or Vitality materials. It also has Improved Ward. These attributes, and early and extended favorable coverage in game press, made it the most popular Sentinel in the game. Its passive resistance against Deprotect and Deshell makes it one of the best in the game against monsters that debuff with those status effects.

Bunkerbeast does not naturally come with the Mediguard ability, so it is recommended the player infuses a Level 20 Pulsework Knight into it. It is expensive to raise, requiring more materials than most other monsters that can achieve level 70. Its popularity does not extend to seasoned players, who prefer the defense against damage that Sentinels, such as Navidon and to a lesser extent, Pulsework Gladiator are equipped with already. Both begin their leveling with materials of a higher grade than Bunkerbeast, though, and go to the same maximum level, so players may find Bunkerbeast both adequate and comparatively cheap.

Tameable Monster
Name Bunkerbeast Role Sentinel
Traits Late Bloomer - Hearty - Sparktouch
Composition Biological Start Grade Monster Grade 2
Max Level 70 HP 1,461
Strength 65 Magic 37
ATB Segments 3 Stages 4
Innate Affinities Resist: all status ailments
Halves: Ice, Lightning
Feral Link Shell Spin (Inflict physical damage on target and nearby foes. Also Provokes all enemies. Input Type: Stick rotation)
Ability Type Level Infusible
Provoke Command Initial Y
Vendetta Command Initial Y
Steelguard Command Initial Y
HP: +10% Passive 3 Y
Resist Deprotect: +10% Passive 4 Y
Resist Deshell: +10% Passive 9 Y
Fringeward Auto 12 Y
Challenge Command 19 Y
HP: +16% Passive 21 Y
Resist Deprotect: +44% Passive 27 Y
Resist Deshell: +44% Passive 31 Y
Element Guard Command 36 Y
Improved Ward Passive 40 Y
Deathward Auto 47 Y
HP :+25% Passive 53 Y
Resist Deprotect: +66% Passive 61 Y
Entrench Command 65 Y
Resist Deshell: +66% Passive 70 Y

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Bunkerbeast is a re-translation of Tochika Tortoise. Tochika is Japanese for bunker, which is derived from the Russian точка (tóčka).


Related enemiesEdit

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