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Final Fantasy X-2 Enemy
ドルメン (Dorumen)
Dolmen ffx-2
Level HP MP
32 5,320 9,999
Strength Magic Defense
37 68 40
M. Defense Agility Accuracy
1 79 3
Evasion Luck
0 0
1,130 1 320
Elemental affinities
Fire Lightning Water
Halves Halves Weak
Ice Gravity Holy
Halves Immune Weak
Location Besaid
Kilika Woods
Mushroom Rock Road
Djose Highroad
Via Infinito Floors 44 - 46
Chapter(s) 5
Common Steal Remedy x2
Rare Steal Remedy x3
Gil Steal 680
Common Drop Hi-Potion x2
Rare Drop Gris-Gris Bag
Bribe Amount {{{Bribe Amount}}}
Common Bribe Gris-Gris Bag x2
Rare Bribe Black Lore
Abilities Stone Breath
Blue Bullet Stone Breath
Status Resist Eject (34), Zantetsu (14)
Status Immunity Death, Petrification, Sleep, Silence, Darkness, Poison, Confusion, Curse, Slow, Stop, Doom, Multiple Damage
Other Information This enemy does not Oversoul.
A grave-looking fiend from the Farplane with stony defenses. It swipes razor-sharp claws at its foes and can Petrify them, too.

The Dolmen is an enemy in Final Fantasy X-2.


They are dangerous enemies, as they can petrify the entire party, resulting in a Game Over if the party is not protected. Their physical attack can also inflict status ailments.


The status ailments Dolmen inflicts should be cured by using a Remedy or Esuna spell. It is best to tackle these enemies using Armor Break to lower their defenses for other physical attacks, or by simply using Ice-elemental attacks, such as Icebrand or Blizzaga, to take them down. Blessed Gems also work well here.


A dolmen, also known as a portal tomb, portal grave or quoit, is a type of single-chamber megalithic tomb usually consisting of two or more upright stones supporting a flat horizontal capstone (table), although more complex variants exist. Most date from the early Neolithic period (4000 to 3000 BC). Dolmens were typically covered with earth or smaller stones to form a barrow. In many instances, that covering has weathered away, leaving only the stone "skeleton" of the burial mound intact.

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