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The Type A black mage is a human enemy from Final Fantasy IX. The party can find them in Gizamaluke's Grotto and the suburbs of Burmecia.

StatsEdit

Final Fantasy IX enemy stats
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Location Class Eat Other information
Gizamaluke's Grotto, Burmecia Suburbs Humanoid I no can eat! Can't escape.
Stats
Level HP MP Strength Defense
8 398 293 9 9
Evade Magic Magic Def Magic Eva Attack
2 9 9 3 16
Spirit Speed EXP Gil AP
13 20 115 199 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 Immune
Items
Steal Item dropped Card dropped [12.5%]
[100%] Phoenix Down
[25%] Tent
[6.25%] Nothing
[0.39%] Nothing
[100%] Nothing
[37.5%] Potion
[12.5%] Phoenix Down
[0.39%] Ether
Skeleton
Abilities
Abilities Eat
Strike, Fire, Blizzard, Thunder I no can eat!

Battle Edit

The Type A is the weakest of the three types of black mage enemies, but its magic is still relatively strong against the party at the point in the game they are fought. It is vulnerable to the Silence, which can be inflicted if the Add Status ability is used with the Mage Masher, or Soul Blade with the Butterfly Sword. Add Status only works with daggers and not with thief swords, and Soul Blade only works with thief swords and not daggers. As Type A is humanoid, Man Eater from the Coral Ring will double the damage from the character's physical attack.

Other appearances Edit

Pictlogica Final Fantasy Edit

PFF

PFF Type A
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Final Fantasy Record Keeper Edit

FFRK Type A FFIX

FFRK

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Gallery Edit

Etymology Edit

The word Type followed by a number is a common way to name a weapon or product in a production series, similar in meaning to "Mark". "Type" was used by the Japanese and Chinese militaries beginning in the 1920s, and is still in use by the Chinese military.

Related enemies Edit