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|Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates Enemy|
|Location||1 - Mount Vaal (Story Mode and Multiplay)|
2 - Lunite Temple (Story Mode exclusive)
Steel Weapon, Not Hot Outfit, Garuda Feather, Garuda Talon, Blue headwear, Iron, Leather, Silk, Dark Crystal, Garnet, 400 gil
650 Gil, Copper, Dark Crystal, Enchanted Cloak Scroll, Enchanted Hat Scroll, Garuda Feather, Garuda Talon, Holy Orb, Magic Sphere, Mercy Headwear Scroll, Mercy Raiment Scroll, Mythril, Noble's Weapon Scroll, Phoenix Down, Steel
Very Hard Mode
1st Play through
Dark Weapon, Buccaneer Suit, Sailing Headwear, Ancient Scale, Holy Orb, Dark Orb, Orichalcum, 200 gil
2nd Play through
Lil' Yella Fella, Bad Captain Hat, Sea Captain Hat, Smooth Cloth, Dark Crystal, Ultimite, Yew Branch, Extreme Cloth, Ancient Scale, 200 gil
|Sturdiness||Cannot be knocked over|
The Garuda is a boss from Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates. It is fought twice in Story Mode and once in Multiplayer Mode.
Watch out when it swoops down at the party, and stay in one corner in the middle field to avoid the attack. When it finally swoops down to the ground, it will become exhausted, leaving it vulnerable to the crystal on its head. If timed right, one can ride on top of his head, jumping when he swoops down to avoid damage and maintain position on top of him to attack his weak point directly. Or, with proper right timing, use Blizzard to freeze Garuda while he swoops down to the ground.
Garuda is a large, birdlike creature that appears in both Hinduism and Buddhism. It serves as Lord Vishnu's mount and is the Hindu name for the constellation Aquila. Contemporary representations of Garuda are the brahminy kite and phoenix.