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|Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates Enemy|
|Location||1 - Abyssus Forest (Story Mode and Multiplay)|
2 - Lunite Temple (Story Mode exclusive)
Copper, Iron, Dark Crystal, Dragonlike Armor, Cute Kitty Cloak, Dragonlike Helm, Cute Kitty Hat, Thunderous Weapon, Warrior's Weapon, Carniflower Fluid, Garnet, Blue Stone, Red Stone, Yellow Stone, White Dust, Honey Acid
800 gil, Best Knight Helm Scroll, Carniflower Fluid, Carniflower Seed, Dark Crystal, Garnet, Gold, Knight Lt. Armor Scroll, Legendary Weapon Scroll, Orichalcum, Yew Branch, Wooden Weapon Scroll
Very Hard Mode
1st Play through
Celestial Weapon, Hellish Cap, Hellish Raiment, Mythril, Orichalcum, Magic Stone, Dark Orb, Holy Orb, 200 gil
2nd Play through
Housepet's Weapon, Hellacious Hat, Hellacious Cloak, Dark Crystal, Ultimite, Yew Branch, Extreme Cloth, Dark Orb, Carniflower Seed, Carniflower Fluid, 200 gil
|Sturdiness||Cannot be knocked over|
The Carniflower is a boss from Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates. It is fought twice in Story Mode and only once in Multiplay Mode.
At the start of the battle, the Carniflower will spawn two buds, each of which are independent from the flower and attack on their own accord. The Carniflower will remain closed and cast Gravity, Slow, and Quake spells until the buds are defeated, at which point the Carniflower will open up and expose its weak point, being the crystal in the center.
At this the point, the player should be cautious when attacking the weak point, as the Carniflower is capable of either spewing out multiple poisonous pollens that deal minute damage, but inflicts the Poison status, or by using a spin attack utilizing its petals, knocking off any player that is still on or near the flower. After some time, the buds will respawn and the flower will close itself unless a player is standing on the flower when the buds respawn.