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|Final Fantasy XIII-2 Enemy|
|コボルト乙型 (Kobaruto Otsugata)|
|Location||Vile Peaks -200 AF- (Another Man's Treasure)|
|Common Drop||Mana Droplet (20%)|
|Rare Drop||Mana Sliver (5%)|
|Notes||- Delivers devastating physical attacks.|
Koboldroid Yang is a Strength-based Strike Ravager, only more advantageous than Magic-based Ravagers against the surprisingly small list of enemies that are strong against Magic but weak to elemental damage, like Malebranche, Wladislaus and Shaguma. Its only red locked skill is the highly prized skill Chain Bonus Boost II, which augments Ravager's primary role. This gives it nine free passive ability slots for infusing skills of the player's choice.
It has no type of elemental Blitz, unlike Blue Chocobo and Tabasco Toad with one, and Grand Behemoth and Zaghnal with two. However, any Ravager with, for example, Sparkstrike is only one Enthunder buff away from using the equivalent of Electro Blitz for only one ATB segment instead of two. Koboldroid Yang has the fourth-highest Strength of Ravagers, behind Grand Behemoth, Tabasco Toad, and Blue Chocobo.
|Traits||Late Bloomer - Flameproof - Quirky|
|Innate Affinities||Halves: Fire|
|Feral Link||Giant Drop (Inflict magic damage on target and nearby foes. Input Type: Multiple)|
yin and yang are concepts used to describe how apparently opposite or contrary forces are actually complementary, interconnected, and interdependent giving rise to each other as they interrelate. Many tangible dualities (such as light and dark, fire and water, and male and female) are thought of as physical manifestations of the duality of yin and yang. This duality lies at the origins of many branches of classical Chinese science and philosophy, as well as being a primary guideline of traditional Chinese medicine, and a central principle of different forms of Chinese martial arts and exercise.In Chinese philosophy,
Yin is the negative/passive/female principle in nature, and may allude to many other concepts e.g. the moon, shaded orientation, something covert or concealed, "of the netherworld", overcast or sinister.
Yang is the positive/active/male principle in nature, and may allude to many other concepts e.g. the sun, open, overt, and "belonging to this world".