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|Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates Enemy|
|Location||Hill Caves (Story Mode) & Valley of Heroes (Multiplay), Crystal Temple (Story Mode & Multiplay)|
|Item Dropped||Normal Mode|
Fledgling Weapon Scroll, Soft Cloth Scroll, Sturdy Leather Scroll, Dark Crystal, Silver, Oak Branch, Scorpion Shell, Scorpion Eye
Valley of Heroes
Dark Crystal, Dark Dust, Dark Kitty Cloak, Dark Kitty Hat, Garnet, Meteorite, Mythril, Orichalcum, Scorpion Eye, Scorpion Shell, Strongman Weapon, White Dust
1000 gil, Dark Orb, Extreme Cloth Scroll, Holy Orb, Phoenix Down, Scorpion Eye, Scorpion Shell
Very Hard Mode
|Lift||Only with Arm Boost 2 ability equipped|
|Sturdiness||Cannot be knocked over|
The Scorpion is a boss from Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates.
Like several bosses, it has a red crystal embedded into it, which is its weak point. It has several attacks, involving simply scuttling around and knocking back the player, shooting beams from its eye, slashing with its claws, and, obviously, using its red crystal stinger. It reappears at the Crystal Temple as a normal enemy in one room and the player needs to defeat it to progress (by that time, it drops one of each of the first 4 magicites, fire, blizzard, thunder and cure).
A good strategy is to always run quickly behind and continue attacking it. Avoid its attacks at all cost. Try occasionally jumping on it to make it charge its stinger then move out of the way and attack the crystal when it is stuck in the ground. You also might hear a distinct blast noise. Run to it's rear, and let loose until the beam stops. It will also attack with claws. When it does, run.
Of note, it has a resistance of 2 towards Holy-elemental attacks.
Scorpions are predatory arachnids of the order Scorpiones. They have eight legs and are easily recognized by the pair of grasping pedipalps and the narrow, segmented tail, often carried in a characteristic forward curve over the back, ending with a venomous stinger.