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Final Fantasy X-2 Enemy
モニュメント ( Monyumento)
Monolith ffx-2
Level HP MP
38 7,143 9,999
Strength Magic Defense
48 71 79
M. Defense Agility Accuracy
1 84 3
Evasion Luck
0 0
1,420 1 460
Elemental affinities
Fire Lightning Water
Immune Immune Weak
Ice Gravity Holy
Immune Absorb Weak
Location Farplane
Via Infinito Floors 61 - 64
Chapter(s) 5
Common Steal Phoenix Down x2
Rare Steal Phoenix Down x3
Gil Steal 1,420
Common Drop Hi-Potion x3
Rare Drop Hi-Potion x4
Bribe Amount {{{Bribe Amount}}}
Common Bribe Safety Bit x2
Rare Bribe Safety Bit x3
Abilities Demi, Stone Breath
Blue Bullet Stone Breath
Status Resist Eject (32), Zantetsu (16)
Status Immunity Death, Petrification, Sleep, Silence, Darkness, Poison, Confusion, Curse, Slow, Stop, Magic Down, Defense Down, Magic Def Down, Accuracy Down, Evasion Down, Luck Down, Doom, Multiple Damage
Other Information This enemy does not Oversoul.
A grave-looking fiend from the Farplane that swipes razor-sharp claws at its foes. It can also inflict Berserk to really muck things up.

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


It is the most dangerous of the Doomstones, as it is the strongest of the bunch, and can use the Demi spell as well as the Doomstone trademark attack, Stone Breath. It can come in groups of two, or with other enemies as well.


It is advised to hit its weaknesses with the Warrior's Holy and Ice-elemental Swordplay skills as well as the spells Holy and Blizzaga to bring it down.


A monolith is a geological feature consisting of a single massive stone or rock, such as some mountains, or a single large piece of rock placed as, or within, a monument or building. Erosion usually exposes the geological formations. In architecture, the term has overlap with megalith, normally used for prehistory, and may be used in the contexts of rock-cut architecture that remains attached to solid rock, as in monolithic church, or for exceptionally large stones, such as obelisks, statues, monolithic columns or large architraves, that may have been moved a considerable distance after quarrying. It may also be used of large glacial erratics moved by natural forces.

The word derives, via the Latin monolithus, from the Ancient Greek word μονόλιθος (monolithos), from μόνος ("one" or "single") and λίθος ("stone").

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