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The Nymph is an enemy from Final Fantasy IX found in the grassy areas North and West of Cleyra on the Mist Continent. She uses Night to put the entire party to Sleep, which Quina can learn by eating a Nymph. Otherwise, she is not very strong.

A friendly Nymph can also be encountered as part of a side quest in the forest on Pualei Plains on the Outer Continent. She will ask for three Ores and will reward the party with 30 AP for such action.

StatsEdit

Normal

Friendly

AI Script Edit

Using global variable nightflag

Function Nymph_Init
   set attacklist = [ Silent Kiss ; Silent Kiss ; Fira ; Fira ; Night ]


Function Nymph_ATB
   set silentkisstarget = RandomInTeam( NotMatching(SV_PlayerTeam[STATUS_CURRENT], PETRIFY | DEATH | JUMP | SILENCE) )
   if ( !( #silentkisstarget ) )
      set silentkisstarget = RandomInTeam(SV_PlayerTeam)
   set selectedattack = RandomAttack( attacklist )
   if ( selectedattack == Silent Kiss )
      set SV_Target = silentkisstarget
   elseif ( selectedattack == Silent Kiss )
      set SV_Target = silentkisstarget
   elseif ( selectedattack == Fira )
      set SV_Target = RandomInTeam(SV_PlayerTeam)
   elseif ( selectedattack == Fira )
      set SV_Target = RandomInTeam(SV_PlayerTeam)
   elseif ( selectedattack == Night )
      set SV_Target = ( SV_Target = ( SV_PlayerTeam | SV_EnemyTeam ) )
   if ( selectedattack == Night )
      if ( nightflag )
         set SV_Target = RandomInTeam(SV_PlayerTeam)
         set selectedattack = Fira
      else
         set nightflag = TRUE
   Attack( selectedattack )

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Other appearances Edit

Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade Edit

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Etymology Edit

In Greek mythology, nymphs are nature entities in the form of nubile women associated with a particular landform or location. Nymphs tended to frequent areas distant from humans, but could be encountered by lone travelers outside the village, where their music might be heard, and the traveler could spy on their dancing or bathing in a stream or pool either during the noon heat or in the middle of the night. Such encounters could be dangerous, bringing dumbness, besotted infatuation, madness or stroke to the unfortunate spectator.

Modern usage of the word "nymph" often refers to flirtatious or promiscuous women.