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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates Enemy
Fire Bat
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Location Sinners' Isle (Story Mode)
Kilanda Isle (Multiplay)
Item Dropped Normal Mode

Hard Mode
600 gil, Activewear Scroll, Black Marble Scroll, Dark Dust, Fire Marble Scroll, Green Marble Scroll, Odd Angled Eye, Phoenix Down, Seraph Dust, Star Carrot, Sulphur Dust, Thunder Marble Scroll, White Dust
Lift Yes
Sturdiness Easy to knock over
Rage Time 2s
Element Red
Story Mode
Play First Second Third
HP 350 1,215 2,115
ATK 110 312 533
DEF 89 224 372
MAG 54 145 246
LUCK 5 5 5
EXP 150 840 1,240
Mode Normal Hard Very Hard
HP 700 4,320 6,720
ATK 110 312 533
DEF 89 224 372
MAG 54 145 246
LUCK 5 5 5
EXP 150 840 1,240
Elemental affinities
RoF Fire Icon RoF Ice Icon RoF Thunder Icon
15 -15 0
RoF Stun Icon RoF Time-Space Icon RoF Dark Icon
3 0 0

The Fire Bat is an enemy from Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates. It is an upgraded form of the Bat enemy, and fights in the same manner as it. The only difference between it and the Bat is that it uses the Fira spell over the Blizzard spell, making it more threatening. However, it is still best to save it for last when dealing with a group of enemies, especially with the Fire Flan.

A player may use the same tactic against the Fire Bat as the Bat. Either wait until the Fire Bat goes to ground level to use its default attack (which takes longer as it opts to use Fira more than its regular attack), use aerial attacks, or hang onto it and attack once, then get off to avoid its counter. It is not recommended to use the Wall Slam against the Fire Bat, as it quickly counters being picked up.

Etymology Edit

Fire is the rapid oxidation of a material in the exothermic chemical process of combustion, releasing heat, light, and various reaction products.

Related enemies Edit