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Monster Arena

Monster Arena.

The Monster Arena (モンスターアリーナ, Monsutā Arīna?) is a Battle Arena in Final Fantasy X, situated in the Calm Lands. The Monster Arena is used to store fiends caught during the game. This is done by defeating the monster while using weapons with the Capture special ability, which can only be purchased here.

In Final Fantasy X-2 the Monster Arena becomes Clasko's Chocobo Ranch.

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Once the monsters are caught they can be battled at any time within the arena for a fee. If certain conditions are met new creations are bred and can be fought. As new monsters are bred, the owner rewards the party with special, and often rare, items. For each new creation the first battle is free, but any fight after costs. The most expensive battle is against Nemesis, costing 25,000 gil each time. Within the arena, the player cannot get a Game Over after defeat: they simply return to the entrance and can heal, and then try again.

If the player has 8,000 gil or more they can fight Fenrir for free; no matter what the result is, the player won't lose any money.

A lot of the Monster Arena monsters' equipment drops are semi-fixed. Some monsters, including all original creations except Neslug, drop equipment that provides a 6% critical hit chance bonus instead of the usual 3% (this is relevant to weapons and armors, but only to attacks that deal physical damage).

Monster DirectoryEdit

In the monster directory there are 13 different sections. These are the different areas in which monsters can be found. The areas and monsters in them are shown below.

Some monsters appear in more than one area, however, for capturing purposes they count towards the same area regardless of where you find them. For example, a Nidhogg captured on Mt. Gagazet still counts towards Cavern of the Stolen Fayth. In most (but not all) such cases, the fiend counts towards the first area where it can appear.

BesaidEdit

KilikaEdit

Mi'ihen HighroadEdit

The following fiends also appear in Mi'ihen Highroad, but count towards other areas for capturing purposes:

  • Thunder Flan (Mushroom Rock Road)

Mushroom Rock RoadEdit

Djose RoadEdit

(Comprises of Djose Highroad and Moonflow)

The following fiends also appear in Djose, but count towards other areas for capturing purposes:

  • Raptor (Mushroom Rock Road)
  • Gandarewa (Mushroom Rock Road)
  • Lamashtu (Mushroom Rock Road)
  • Funguar (Mushroom Rock Road)

Thunder PlainsEdit

MacalaniaEdit

(Comprises of Macalania Woods and Lake Macalania)

BikanelEdit

Calm LandsEdit

Stolen Fayth CavernEdit

This category is called "Sunken Cave" in English language releases prior to the HD version.

The following fiends also appear in Stolen Fayth Cavern, but count towards other areas for capturing purposes:

  • Coeurl (Calm Lands)
  • Malboro (Calm Lands)

Mt. GagazetEdit

The following fiends also appear in Mt, Gagazet, but count towards other areas for capturing purposes:

  • Imp (Stolen Fayth Cavern)
  • Nidhogg (Stolen Fayth Cavern)

Inside SinEdit

The following fiends also appear Inside Sin, but count towards other areas for capturing purposes:

  • Ahriman (Mt. Gagazet)
  • Varuna (Omega Ruins) (only past point of no return in "The Nucleus")

Omega DungeonEdit

The following fiends also appear in Omega Ruins, but count towards other areas for capturing purposes:

  • Wraith (Inside Sin)
  • Gemini (blue) (Inside Sin)
  • Gemini (red) (Inside Sin)
  • Demonolith (Inside Sin)
  • Great Malboro (Inside Sin)
  • Adamantoise (Inside Sin)

Special MonstersEdit

Once certain requirements have been met new monsters can be unlocked.

There are three extra groups in which the unlocked monsters are in:

ItemsEdit

  • Nirvana (reopen the Monster Arena, capture one of each fiend in Calm Lands, Celestial Mirror required)
  • Blossom Crown (capture one of each fiend in Mt. Gagazet)
  • Mars Sigil (breed ten Area Conquest or Species Conquests monsters. Can be any combination of the two)

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Item Cost
Potion 50 gil
Hi-Potion 500 gil
Phoenix Down 100 gil
Holy Water 300 gil
Antidote 50 gil
Eye Drops 50 gil
Echo Screen 50 gil
Soft 50 gil
Power Distiller 100 gil
Mana Distiller 100 gil
Speed Distiller 100 gil
Ability Distiller 100 gil
Clear Sphere 10,000 gil (unlock original creation Ultima Buster)
Weapon/Armor User Cost
Taming Sword Tidus 9,075 gil
Herding Staff Yuna 9,075 gil
Catcher Wakka 9,075 gil
Trapper Mog Lulu 9,075 gil
Taming Spear Kimahri 9,075 gil
Beastmaster Auron 9,075 gil
Iron Grip Rikku 9,075 gil

Musical ThemesEdit

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"Bravely Forward"
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The theme that plays at the Monster Arena is called "Bravely Forward".

In the music player of Final Fantasy VI Advance, the last track of the list called "Fanfare 2" is a remix of "Bravely Forward".

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • It is unknown what became of the owner of the Monster Arena between Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2, and in Final Fantasy X-2 it has been abandoned.
  • There is a moving statue of an Anacondaur and three Gemini swords around the entrance to the arena. If the statue is investigated in Final Fantasy X, subtitles will say "It's alive...".

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