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Final Fantasy Enemy
SeaTROLL
シートロル (Shītoru)
SeaTroll-ff1-nes
Statistics
HP Attack
216 24 - 48
Defense Magic Defense
20 {{{NES Magic Defense}}}
Evasion Accuracy
48 54
EXP Gil
852 852
Elemental Affinities
Fire Bolt Ice Dia
- {{{NES Bolt}}} - Misses
Location {{{NES Location}}}
Abilities Regenerates HP
Resistant to {{{NES Resistance}}}
Sea Troll
シートロル (Shītoru)
Sea Troll-ff1-ps
#097#098 #099
Statistics
HP Attack
216 40
Defense Magic Defense
20 110
EXP Gil
852 852
Elemental Affinities
Fire Bolt Ice Dia
- Weak - -
Location Sunken Shrine
Abilities N/A
Resistant to Quake
Sea Troll
シートロル (Shītoru)
SeaTroll-ff1-gba
#097#098 #099
Statistics
HP Attack Intelligence
216 40 10
Defense Magic Defense
20 110
Agility Accuracy Evasion
24 54 48
EXP Gil
852 852
Elemental Affinities
Fire Lightning Ice Dia
- Weak - Misses
Location Sunken Shrine, Chaos Shrine
Item Dropped None
Abilities Regenerates HP Each Turn
Resistant to Quake
Sea Troll
シートロル (Shītoru)
SeaTroll-ff1-psp
#097#098 #099
Statistics
HP Attack Intelligence
216 40 10
Defense Magic Defense
20 110
Agility Accuracy Evasion
24 54 48
EXP Gil
852 852
Elemental Affinities
Fire Lightning Ice Dia
- Weak - Misses
Location Sunken Shrine, Chaos Shrine
Item Dropped None
Abilities Regenerates HP Each Turn
Resistant to Quake

The Sea Troll is an enemy in the original Final Fantasy. It is a Water-based enemy and regenerates a small amount of HP each turn. They are otherwise easy to dispatch. Due to a glitch in the NES version, occasionally the Sea Troll's sprite will be a lighter color than intended.

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Etymology Edit

A troll is a supernatural being in Norse mythology and Scandinavian folklore. In Old Norse sources, beings described as trolls dwelt in isolated rocks, mountains, or caves, lived together in small family units, and were rarely helpful to humans. Later, in Scandinavian folklore, trolls became beings in their own right where they lived far from human habitation, were not Christianized, and were considered dangerous. Depending on the region their appearance varied from ugly and slow-witted to looking and behaving exactly like human beings. Trolls are sometimes associated with particular landmarks, which at times are explained as formed from a troll exposed to sunlight.

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