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If you haven't had to duck a few LodeWrenches, you haven't met one of these Imperial maintenance troops
Final Fantasy VI Playstation One Bestiary entry

The Unseelie is an enemy in Final Fantasy VI.

Stats Edit

Final Fantasy VI enemy stats
#014#015 (GBA) #016
#010 #011 (Mobile/PC) #012
Names Location Type Other information
SNES: GreaseMonk
PS: GreaseMnk
GBA: Unseelie
Mobile/PC: Unseelie
Plains around South Figaro and Nikeah, Sabre Mountains Humanoid N/A
Level HP MP Attack Magic
8 132 100 15 10
Defense Magic Defense Magic Evasion Speed Hit Rate
0 150 0 35 100
Evasion EXP Gil
0 53 256
Elemental affinities
Fire-icon-ffvi Ice-icon-ffvi Lightning-icon-ffvi Poison-icon-ffvi Holy-icon-ffvi
100% 100% 100% 200% 100%
Earth-icon-ffvi Wind-icon-ffvi Water-icon-ffvi Restorative Instant Death
100% 100% 100% -100%Absorbs 100%
Statuses and immunities
Blind Zombie Poison Magitek Invisible Imp Petrify Death Doom Critical
- - - - - - - - - -
Image Silence Berserk Confuse Sap Sleep Float Regen Slow Haste
- - - - - - - - - Auto
Stop Shell Protect Reflect Meteor Strike Libra Sketch Control Fractional Invincible
- - - - - - - - - -
Items (GBA/Mobile/PC)
Steal Item dropped Metamorphose
(Miss rate: 0%)
[87.5%Applies when successful; success based on users' level, doubles with Thief's Bracer.] Potion
[12.5%Applies when successful; success based on users' level, doubles with Thief's Bracer.] Buckler
None [Slot 1 (25%)]Antidote
[Slot 2 (25%)]Green Cherry
[Slot 3 (25%)]Eyedrops
[Slot 4 (25%)]Gold Needle
Morph ID: 0
Abilities (GBA/Mobile/PC)
Attack Abilities Rage Sketch Control & Confuse
Normal Attack: Dagger
Special Attack: Mythril Wrench (Level 1 = Attack x 1.5)
None Attack, Shell Mythril Wrench Attack, Mythril Wrench, Traveler

Battle Edit

It often uses a powerful physical attack called Mythril Wrench when alone. It is weak to Poison, so it is suggested that Edgar uses his Bioblaster on it.

AI script Edit

If monster is by itself: Attack (33%) or Mythril Wrench (66%)

Attack Turns:
1st Turn: Attack (66%) or Nothing (33%)

Etymology Edit

The fairies of English and Scottish folklore have been classified in a variety of ways. Two of the most prominent categories, derived from Scottish folklore, are the division into the Seelie Court and the Unseelie Court. Unseelie Court consists of the darkly-inclined fairies. Unlike the Seelie Court, no offense is necessary to bring down their assaults. As a group (or "host"), they appear at night and assault travelers, often carrying them through the air, beating them, and forcing them to commit such acts as shooting at cattle.

Related enemies Edit

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