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TA2 The Rafflesia is an enemy from Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift. It is a huge plant that takes up nine tiles and can float on water. Rafflesias use their floral composition to inflict a wide array of debuffs on their foes. They also have the ability to spawn Malboros, thus increasing the player's units' danger of being hindered with status effects.

Classes Edit

Rafflesia FFTA2
Rafflesia

A pungent aroma surrounds this giant plant beast. It lashes its prey with powerful vines.

Floraxion
Floraxion

A palette swap of the Rafflesia. It only appears in the Wanted: Floraxion quest, however, it is identical in nature to a normal Rafflesia.

Stats Edit

Monster Move Jump Evasion Resilience Weak Half Null Absorb
Rafflesia 1 2 0 65 Fire Water, Earth

Abilities Edit

Ambrosia Edit

Rafflesia attack with long vines and clouds of suffocating stench.

Ability MP Range Effect
Seed 8 Summons a Malboro.
Nectar Volley 6 Inflicts Poison and Silence in an area.
Vine Lash Adjacent tiles Damages and inflicts Slow, has a chance of reducing targets' ATP to 0 that is half or normal Hit rate.
Blinding Cloud Up to four tiles from center square. Inflicts Blind on all units in range.
Soporific Cloud Up to four tiles from center square. Inflicts Sleep on all units in range.
Bewildering Cloud Up to four tiles from center square. Inflicts Confuse on all units in range.

Etymology Edit

The Rafflesia is a genus of parasitic flowering plants found in southeastern Asia, on Indonesia, Malay Peninsula, Borneo, Sumatra, Thailand and the Philippines. Rafflesia was found in the Indonesian rain forest by an Indonesian guide working for Dr. Joseph Arnold in 1818, and named after Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, the leader of the expedition.

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