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The WaterHag (サハギン, Sahagin?) is a race of monsters from Final Fantasy Legend III. These monsters were once humans, but a mysterious disease slowly change them into WaterHags. The disease first appear in the town of Lae in the Past World, but eventually spread to the underwater town of Muu in the Present World. In this town, some of the transformed citizen are starting to show signs of not only losing their self control, but their humanity as well.
In the Future World, all the people of Muu have succumb to the disease and transformed into WaterHags, they also act like any other monsters found in the game. Talking to a single one in the city will cause it to attack the party with a single WaterHag or a group of them. The only way to speak or get information from them is to transform into WaterHags with the lost magic spell called Morph gotten from Granny in the town of Elan, interesting things may be learned from them.
The Item Shop keeper in Lae says that the Talon unit called Flushex can't "cure the disease", the unit is used to changes a monster back into a human or mutant.
The WaterHag has 460 HP and its attacks aren't that damaging. Its abilities consist of Nail, P-Blast, Psych, and Storm. It has no weaknesses, but its immune to all status ailments except Fell.
Sahuagin (often misspelled or transliterated "sahagin") are fishlike, monstrous humanoids that appear in the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game.
- The WaterHags are a reference to the Cthulhu Mythos of H. P. Lovecraft's "Deep Ones". The Deep Ones are a race of intelligent ocean-dwelling creatures, approximately human-shaped but with a fishy, froggy appearance. They regularly mate with humans along the coast, creating societies of hybrids.