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Final Fantasy Enemy
OCHO
オチュー (Ochū)
Ocho-ff1-nes
Statistics
HP Attack
208 20
Defense Magic Defense
24 116
Evasion Accuracy
24 52
EXP Gil
1,224 102
Elemental Affinities
Fire Bolt Ice Dia
Resist Weak - -
Location Rivers around the world.
Abilities N/A
Resistant to Fire, Earth
Ochu
オチュー (Ochū)
Ochu-ff1-ps
#054#055 #056
Statistics
HP Attack
208 20
Defense Magic Defense
24 116
EXP Gil
1,224 102
Elemental Affinities
Fire Bolt Ice Dia
Resist Weak - -
Location Rivers around the world.
Abilities N/A
Resistant to Fire, Earth
Ochu
オチュー (Ochū)
Ochu-ff1-gba
#054#055 #056
Statistics
HP Attack Intelligence
208 20 - 40 18
Defense Magic Defense
24 116
Agility Accuracy Evasion
12 52 24
EXP Gil
1,224 102
Elemental Affinities
Fire Lightning Ice Dia
Resist Weak - Misses
Location Rivers around the world.
Item Dropped None
Abilities Attacks May Inflict Poison
Resistant to Quake
Ochu
オチュー (Ochū)
Ochu ff1 psp
#054#055 #056
Statistics
HP Attack Intelligence
208 20 - 40 18
Defense Magic Defense
24 116
Agility Accuracy Evasion
12 52 24
EXP Gil
1,224 102
Elemental Affinities
Fire Lightning Ice Dia
Resist Weak - Misses
Location Rivers around the world.
Item Dropped None
Abilities Attacks May Inflict Poison
Resistant to Quake

The Ochu, also known as Ocho in the original NES translation, is an enemy in the original Final Fantasy. They are weak to lightning-based spells. Like many of their equivalents in later games, the Ochu's attacks tend to cause negative status effects; in this game, they can inflict Poison. The player's party can find these, alongside the related enemy Neochu, in all the rivers around the world map. They are not hard to defeat, but they are more difficult than some common enemies. Using consecutive Lightning attacks alongside physical attacks will kill it.

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EtymologyEdit

"Ochu" comes from Dungeons & Dragons; specifically, it is the otyugh. The name in Japanese (and transliterations) comes from the pronunciation; it is pronounced with a short O and T (practically to a ch), making the pronunciation close to "o-chuugh". "オチュー" is the closest the katakana system can get to representing the sound without using compound katakana pronunciations not natively found in Japanese.

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