|Final Fantasy XIII-2 Enemy|
|Location||Sunleth Waterscape -300 AF- (Isle of Arboreal Embrace, Bow Isle (southwestern-most isle)|
|Common Drop||Mana Orb (20%)|
|Rare Drop||Chronomist (2%)|
|Notes||- Attacks quickly and relentlessly.|
The Sahagin Prince is an enemy in Final Fantasy XIII-2. It is encountered in the Sunleth Waterscape -300 AF- after the player has enabled rare monsters to spawn by completing storyline events.
Even though Sahagin Prince's stats are relatively low at maximum level, it has the highest ability execution speed among all of the Synergist monsters and can be used to quickly buff the party. His value is also raised by the fact that he can learn Bravery and Faith in his development, which are abilities Serah and Noel cannot learn.
Only Sahagin Prince, Schrodinger, and Cactuaroni have the Auto-Haste ability available for infusion (Yeoman and Samovira have it red-locked). Auto-Haste, Resist Elements +30%, and Auto-Tetradefense are the only three abilities with the highest (ninth) rank, so they can never be replaced other abilities.
To extend duration of buffs cast by Sahagin Prince, use Mana materials on him for more Magic. Throughout the bulk of its development, the player must choose between 50% more Magic rounded up with Mana materials, and a sizable amount of HP for using Potent materials. For example, reaching level 2 with Mana, +9 Magic compared with +6 Magic and +49 HP for Potent. Or reaching level 3, +5 instead of +3 and +27 HP. Near the end of its development, reaching levels 31, 36, 37 and 39, Mana materials give double the Magic of Potent.
|Traits||Well-Grown - Venomproof - Precious|
|Feral Link||Abyssal Breath (Inflict long-lasting status ailments on target and nearby foes. Input Type: Multiple)|
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