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Spathi
ツルギ (Tsurugi?)
Bahamut spathi
Aeon
Statistics
HP Overkill MP
20,000 2,550 1,500
Strength Magic Defense
31 38 1
Magic Defense Agility Accuracy
1 20 0
Evasion Luck
0 15
AP (Overkill) Gil
0 (0) 0
Elemental affinities
Fire Ice Lightning Water Holy
100% 100% 100% 100% 100%
Statuses and immunities
Silence Sleep Darkness Poison
Immune Immune Immune Immune
Petrify Slow Zombie Power Break Magic Break
Immune Immune Immune Immune Immune
Armor Break Mental Break Threaten Death Provoke
Immune Immune Immune Immune Immune
Doom (1Turns taken for target to die) Nul Shell Protect Reflect
0 0 0 0 0
Haste Demi Regen Distill Sensor
0 Immune 0 0 Immune
Scan Bribe Delay Eject Zanmato
Immune 0 Immune Immune Lv. 1
Berserk Capture Physical Magical
0 Immune 0 0
Sensor Immune to sensors
Scan Immune to scan
Location Via Purifico - Land
Monster Arena Does not appear
Common Steal (75%) None
Rare Steal (25%) None
Common Drop (87.5%) None
Rare Drop (12.5%) None
Equipment Drop (25%) 0 slots, 0 abilities
Weapon Abilities None
Armor Abilities None
Bribe None
Abilities Mega Flare
Ronso Rage None
Other information Can only be fought by aeons.

Spathi (Sword in the PS3 version of Final Fantasy X HD Remaster) is summoner Isaaru's Bahamut, who is the last aeon called during the battle against Yuna in the Via Purifico at Bevelle.

BattleEdit

Bahamut cannot be called to fight against Spathi, so he will sit out this one. Ifrit or Ixion are the best of the rest, and preferably one or both has a full Overdrive gauge. Spathi will not attack but starts a countdown until he uses Mega Flare, at which point Shielding is recommended.

EtymologyEdit

Spathi is Greek for "sword". Likewise, Spathi's original name, "Tsurugi", is Japanese for "sword".

Related EnemiesEdit

Final Fantasy X-2Edit

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