|Final Fantasy XIII-2 Boss|
|Location||Sunleth Waterscape -300 AF- (Assembly Area)|
|Common Drop||Potent Orb (50%)|
|Rare Drop||Mutant Extract (100%)|
|Abilities||Weakened, Belch, Pouty Pudding|
|Notes|| - Delivers devastating physical attacks.|
- Capable of inflicting Poison.
- Employs wounding attacks that reduce maximum HP.
Mutantomatoes are flan mutations that arose suddenly in Cocoon's Sunleth Waterscape nature preserve. Researchers believe that the creatures feed on the crystal latticework that runs through the interior of Cocoon and helps support it in the sky.
The Mutantomato is a boss in Final Fantasy XIII-2. It is a weakened version of Royal Ripeness found in Sunleth Waterscape 300 AF after the player solves the paradox in Archylte Steppe ??? AF and acquires the White Hole Gem from the Coliseum. Due to the flan no longer being supplied to Royal Ripeness, it has drastically weakened, making it possible to defeat.
Boasting just under half the HP of the Royal Ripeness, the Mutantomato is a major downgrade in difficulty. The player should start off with Evened Odds (SAB/SYN/MED). Once having buffed and debuffed the boss with Deprotect and Deshell, the party should switch to RAV/RAV/RAV building up the stagger gauge steadily.
Snow will keep the chain gauge from draining too fast, so the player can focus on the Ravager role. Once at the stagger point, the party should either switch to Diversity (COM/RAV/MED) to heal up should the player feel as they may not finish off the boss in one stagger. The other paradigm to switch to during the stagger point is Cerberus (COM/COM/COM) which will allow heavy damage.
- Seeping Brie
- Blue Miniflan
- Yellow Miniflan
- Black Miniflan
- Pink Miniflan
- Phosphoric Ooze
- Royal Ripeness (Boss)
- Dire Flan
- Monstrous Flan
- Rust Pudding
- Ferruginous Pudding
- Corrosive Custard
- Hybrid Flora
- Alchemic Ooze
- Phosphoric Ooze
- Rotten Tomato