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Sand Worm is an enemy fought at Ryukahn Desert, Yahnikurm Desert, Cardia Islands, and the desert near Onrac. It is a rare enemy that appears in groups with low stats, but has access to Quake and can inflict Poison with its physical attacks.
Sand Worm is an enemy fought on the overworld after obtaining Ultima at the Great Desert and Kashuan. It is a relatively dangerous foe to an underleveled party, utilizing the powerful Earthquake X ability in addition to powerful physical attacks.
Sand Worm is an enemy fought at the desert near Saronia and in the Dragon Spire. It is only mildly dangerous in the NES version, but is considerably more dangerous in the 3D remakes as its physical attacks now inflict Blind. It only has Potion as its drops and steal in the NES version, but later has Hi-Potion and the rare Phoenix Down as its items.
Sand Worm is an enemy fought in the desert around Kaipo and at the Antlion's Den. In the non-3D versions, it is relatively weak, but is much more powerful in the 3D versions. It has access to the skill Whirlwind and can drop the rare Silver Apple. In the 3D versions, it is weak to both Fire-elemental and Ice-elemental attacks and absorbs Earth-elemental attacks.
Sand Worm returns as an enemy fought on the overworld near Kaipo, and is otherwise identical to its non-3D version in the previous game. It is the first enemy in the game that has Silver Apples available to be won.
Sand Worm returns as an enemy fought in three different versions, one at the Passage of the Eidolons in Rydia's tale, another at around Damcyan and Kaipo and inside the Impact Crater during Edward's tale, and lastly at Adamant Isle Grotto during Ceodore's tale as a boss. While the boss version is stronger than all of the other versions, the other two versions are near identical save for item drops, with the one in Rydia's Tale dropping the usual items as in the previous versions, and the one in Edward's Tale having Bronze Tail for a rare steal and common drop as well as the Silver Tail as a rare drop, but no Silver Apples. They all otherwise fight the same as in the previous game.
Sandworm is fought as a boss at Desert of Shifting Sands. It comes with Holes in which it can appear and disappear in, and attacking a hole without the Sandworm will result in being countered by Gravity. Sandworm is not a very powerful foe, having access only to the Quicksand ability for meager damage and Sap to the party. It is exceptionally weak to Water-elemental attacks, and a single casting of Aqua Breath can defeat it.
Watch out for Earthquake, which hits all. Inflict darkness to avoid its head butt.
Sand Worm is an enemy fought at Bikanel. It is the strongest enemy in the area, boasting a massive 45,000 HP and decent stats, and has access to the abilities Swallow, Regurgitate, and Earthquake. Sand Worm is a rather useful enemy as it can drop armor with HP +10% and Auto-Potion. Inflicting Poison onto the Sand Worm makes it considerably easier to defeat, or using Auron's Overdrive, Shooting Star. Sand Worms always appear alone.
Sand Worm returns as an enemy fought at Bikanel during chapters 3 and 5, as well as in floors 24-26 of Via Infinito. It is still a powerful enemy with high HP and Defense, whilst losing all of its previous abilities except Earthquake. In Oversoul, Earthquake is upgraded to Rage of the Earth, dealing even more damage to the party. It normally drops Mythril Bangles, but in Oversoul will instead drop the much more valued Crystal Bangle. Sand Worms always appear alone.
Sand Worm is one of the stronger enemies fought in Bone Dungeon, having the highest HP of all enemies there. It has access to the abilities Scrunch, Poison Fluid, and Quicksand, and can be easily defeated with the usage of the Axe. It is also weak to Earth-elemental attacks.
The SandWorm is an enemy and also a possible monster that the party's monster unit(s) can transform into. It can be found on the first floor of the Tower.
The SandWorm is an enemy and also a possible monster that the party's monster unit(s) can transform into. It can be fought in the Central Shrine.
Sandworm from Final Fantasy V appears on a Triple Triad card in the version available via Final Fantasy Portal App.
Non-Final Fantasy Appearances Edit
Sand Worm is a chance card in Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Portable, the card's ability: Forced to sell one of your target house with extra 200G.