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Final Fantasy XIII-2 Enemy
機甲兵ヴィーキング (Kikō-hei Vīkingu)
HP FFXIII-2 Strength Icon FFXIII-2 Magic Icon
6,500 85 85
Stagger Icon FFXIII Chain Icon FFXIII
200 80
Keep Launch Libra
20 Weakness 50
CP Gil
75 158
Fire Icon FFXIII Ice Icon FFXIII Lightning Icon FFXIII
- - -
Wind Icon FFXIII Physical Icon FFXIII Magical Icon FFXIII
- - -
Status resistanceThe lower the number, the more suspectible the enemy is to the status.
Deprotect-ffxiii-icon Deshell-ffxiii-icon Slow-ffxiii-icon Poison-ffxiii-icon Imperil-ffxiii-icon
30% 30% 30% Immune 30%
Curse-ffxiii-icon Pain-ffxiii-icon Fog-ffxiii-icon Debrave-ffxiii-icon Defaith-ffxiii-icon
30% Immune 30% 30% 30%
Daze-ffxiii-icon Wound Death-ffxiii-icon Dispel-ffxiii-icon Provoke-ffxiii-icon
Immune - - - 30%
Location Vile Peaks -200 AF-
Type Militarized Unit
Subtype Tilter
Recruit Chance 15%
Common Drop Power Bolt (20%)
Rare Drop Millerite (5%)
Notes - Employs powerful fire-based attacks.

The Viking is an enemy in Final Fantasy XIII-2.


It appears with Lancers. It will charge up its attacks, and then quickly lunge at the party.

Paradigm PackEdit

Tameable Monster
Name Viking Role Saboteur
Traits Early Peaker - Firetouch - Oily
Composition Mechanical Start Grade Monster Grade 2
Max Level 20 HP 2,018
Strength 153 Magic 36
ATB Segments 3 Stages 1
Innate Affinities Immune: Poison
Halves: Fire
Weak: Lightning
Feral Link Drill Flame (Inflict fire-attribute physical damage on target. Input Type: Hold)
Ability Type Level Infusible
Wound Command Initial Y
Pain II Command 3 N
Imperil Command 4 Y
Resist Fire: +10% Passive 5 Y
Dispel II Command 7 N
Resist Fire: +33% Passive 10 Y
Curse II Command 15 N
Resist Fire: +45% Passive 19 Y
Fog Command 20 Y


Vikings were Norse seafarers who raided and traded from their Scandinavian homelands across wide areas of northern and central Europe, European Russia, Mediterranean littoral, North Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia, North Atlantic islands and as far as the north-eastern coast of North America during the late 8th to late 11th centuries. The term is commonly extended to the inhabitants of Viking home communities during what has become known as the Viking Age.

Modern conceptions of the Vikings often differ from the historical sources painting a romanticized picture of noble savages. Current popular representations of the Vikings are typically based on cultural clichés.

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