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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates Enemy
Lizard Lord
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Location Abyssus Forest (Story Mode)
Item Dropped Lizard Scale, Lizard Crest
Lift Only with Arm Boost 1 ability equipped
Sturdiness Can be knocked over
Rage Time 8s
Element -
Guard Front (15%)
Story Mode
Play First Second Third
HP 2,800 5,700 7,200
ATK 98 297 517
DEF 82 217 365
MAG 48 139 239
LUCK 2 2 2
EXP 450 1,040 2,080
Multiplay
Mode Normal Hard Very Hard
HP 5,600 11,400 14,400
ATK 107 327 569
DEF 90 239 401
MAG 50 146 251
LUCK 2 2 2
EXP 450 1,040 2,080
Elemental affinities
RoF Fire Icon RoF Ice Icon RoF Thunder Icon
1 0 1
RoF Stun Icon RoF Time-Space Icon RoF Dark Icon
9 0 0

The Lizard Lord is an enemy from Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates. Like the Lizardman, it will attack using a regular slash attack, cannot be jumped on, and will counter all attacks not from the back after guarding. However, in addition to this, if the player is out of reach of its normal attack, it will sometimes try to attack using a fire breath move, which will inflict Burn on the player should it connect.

The Lizard Lord is fought in the area where the player would fight the Carniflower after they had already defeated it, and is flanked by two Lizardmen. Defeating the other Lizardmen and saving the Lizard Lord for last will make things easier. Upon defeat, it will drop items that the Carniflower normally would drop.

It is easily spotted by being much larger than the other enemies in the area.

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EtymologyEdit

Lizardman, Lizard Men, Lizard People, Reptilian, or reptilian humanoid comprise a common motif in mythology, folklore, science fiction, fantasy, conspiracy theories, ufology, and cryptozoology.

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