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Final Fantasy Enemy
WzSAHAG
サハギンプリンス (Sahaginpurinsu)
WizardSahag-ff1-nes
Statistics
HP Attack
204 47 - 94
Defense Magic Defense
20 101
Evasion Accuracy
48 51
EXP Gil
882 882
Elemental Affinities
Fire Bolt Ice Dia
Resist Weak - Misses
Location Sea Shrine
Abilities None
Resistant to Quake
Sahagin Prince
サハギンプリンス (Sahaginpurinsu)
Sahagin Prince-ff1-ps
#092#093 #094
Statistics
HP Attack
204 47
Defense Magic Defense
20 101
EXP Gil
882 882
Elemental Affinities
Fire Bolt Ice Dia
Resist Weak - Misses
Location Sea Shrine
Abilities None
Resistant to Quake
Sahagin Priest
サハギンプリンス (Sahaginpurinsu)
SahaginPriest-ff1-gba
#092#093 #094
Statistics
HP Attack Intelligence
204 47 15
Defense Magic Defense
20 101
Agility Accuracy Evasion
48 51 96
EXP Gil
882 882
Elemental Affinities
Fire Lightning Ice Dia
Resist Weak - Misses
Location Sunken Shrine, Lifespring Grotto
Item Dropped None
Abilities None
Resistant to Quake
Sahagin Prince
サハギンプリンス (Sahaginpurinsu)
SahaginPriest-ff1-psp
#092#093 #094
Statistics
HP Attack Intelligence
204 47 15
Defense Magic Defense
20 101
Agility Accuracy Evasion
48 51 96
EXP Gil
882 882
Elemental Affinities
Fire Lightning Ice Dia
Resist Weak - Misses
Location Sunken Shrine, Lifespring Grotto
Item Dropped None
Abilities None
Resistant to Quake

The Sahagin Prince, also known as the WzSahag and the Sahagin Priest in the NES and the GBA versions, is an enemy in the original Final Fantasy. They can only be found whilst traversing through the Sunken Shrine and the Lifespring Grotto.

Sahagin Princes are blue palette swaps of the original Sahagins. In the NES version of the game, this color scheme was the other way around. Also, despite the name in the NES version, they do not use any spells.

Battle Edit

Like other Sahagins, they usually come in large packs, sometimes over seven. They are individually weak and a whole group can be defeated with a Thundara spell.

Etymology Edit

Sahuagin (often misspelled or transliterated "sahagin") are fishlike, monstrous humanoids that appear in the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game.

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