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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Enemy
オーガ (Ōga)
Location Kilanda
Type Normal
Items Dropped Ogre Fang
Weak Against Lightning
Resistant to Nothing
Cycle 1 Stats
1 player 2 players 3 players 4 players
HP 48 60 72 84
STR 6 7 9 10
DEF 5 6 7 9
MAG 2 2 3 3
Cycle 2 Stats
1 player 2 players 3 players 4 players
HP 72 90 108 126
STR 9 11 13 16
DEF 7 9 11 12
MAG 3 4 4 5
Cycle 3 Stats
1 player 2 players 3 players 4 players
HP 120 150 180 210
STR 15 19 22 26
DEF 12 16 19 22
MAG 5 6 7 9

The Ogre is an enemy in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles. Although a rather large monster, he is slow and speed is his main weakness. Although rather slow, most of his attacks hit very hard, and physical attackers may have trouble taking him down due to his relatively high HP.

He is found in few areas, but most notably the Mine of Cathuriges where he appears quite frequently. He usually drops the standard loot table of most mobs, but has the rare drop of Ogre Fang, which is used to craft one of the post-Mythril weapons. He also has been known to drop a few artifacts, most of them focusing on Strength.

Although the Ogre possesses no known magic, he has a few rather deadly physical attacks. The main one to watch for is his ground pound attack which he acquires during Cycle two. Although slow, this attack deals moderate damage, huge knockback, and a brief stun. Lilties may find this mob to be a challenge due to their dependence on physical attacks.

Yukes, however, can abuse their quick-casting with Thundara to simply lock the Ogre down and safely defeat him. Selkies can try to use their ranged focus attacks, but are recommended to equip at least a basic Thunder element. Clavats can, as usual, mimic either the Yuke or Lilty, or use their own Focus Attacks for a repeating stun lock.

Etymology Edit

An ogre is a mythical creature found in West European fairy tales. Ogres are typically depicted as large, mean-spirited, humanoid monsters that prefer to feed on human beings.