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These wolf kin let out a deep growl that sends men running in fear.

Warg Wolf (ウォーグウルフ, Wōguurufu?), also known as GrWOLF and Worgen, is a recurring subspecies of wolves in the series.

AppearancesEdit

Final FantasyEdit

The Warg Wolf is an enemy fought around the area of Pravoka and Elfheim, in the Chaos Shrine, and at the Cavern of Earth. They are the second wolf-type enemy the player will encounter, and are often encounter in huge groups of Wolves.

Final Fantasy IIEdit

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The Warg Wolf is an enemy fought exclusively in the Game Boy Advance and later remakes of the game at Arubboth. They are a mild threat to the party, but are capable of inflicting Poison with their physical attacks.

Final Fantasy XIIEdit

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The Worgen is an enemy fought at Dalmasca Estersand at The Yoma and Broken Sands, as well as in various places within the Mosphoran Highwaste. Worgens can be somewhat tough enemies as they come with innate Counter, as well as the ability Eerie Sound Wave, but otherwise primarily fight using physical attacks.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the RiftEdit

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

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Final Fantasy Brave ExviusEdit

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EtymologyEdit

Wargs or Worgs are mythical Norse wolves, specifically Fenrir and his sons Sköll and Hati. Based on this, J. R. R. Tolkien in his fiction used the Old English form warg to refer to a wolf-like creature of a particularly evil kind.

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