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The Troll is an enemy from Final Fantasy IX. The party can find it on the Conde Petie Mountain Path, and on the Lucid Plains and Pualei Plains on the Outer Continent.


Final Fantasy IX enemy stats
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Location Class Eat Other information
Conde Petie Mountain Path, Lucid Plains, Pualei Plains None Vanish None
Level HP MP Strength Defense
20 1,469 623 12 10
Evade Magic Magic Def Magic Eva Attack
3 12 10 4 30
Spirit Speed EXP Gil AP
19 23 2,093 854 1 - 2
Elemental affinities
Fire Ice Thunder Water
100% 100% 100% 100%
Wind Earth Holy Shadow Healing
100% 100% 100% 100% -100%Absorbs
Statuses and immunities
Petrify Venom Virus Silence Darkness Trouble Zombie Death Confuse Berserk
- - Immune - - - - - - -
Stop Auto-Life Poison Sleep Regen Haste Slow Float Shell Protect
- Immune - - - - - - - -
Heat Freeze Vanish Doom Mini Reflect Gradual Petrify Eat Scan Gravity
- - - - - - - - Immune Immune
Steal Item dropped Card dropped [12.5%]
[100%] Ore
[25%] Tent
[6.25%] Nothing
[0.39%] Nothing
Nothing Troll
Abilities Eat
Spear, Blizzara, Solution, Counter Vanish

Battle Edit

It fights using physical attacks, as well as inflicting Berserk on a party member using Solution and Blizzara. Whenever it takes physical damage, it will automatically counter its attacker, dealing moderate damage to them.

Tetra Master Edit

Tetra Master

Location: Daguerreo

Other appearances Edit

Final Fantasy Record Keeper Edit


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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.