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Final Fantasy Enemy
CATMAN
ウェアタイガ (Weataigā)
Catman-ff1-nes
Statistics
HP Attack
160 30 - 60
Defense Magic Defense
16 93
Evasion Accuracy
48 40
EXP Gil
780 780
Elemental Affinities
Fire Bolt Ice Dia
- - - -
Location Bahamut Islands, Mirage Tower
Abilities poison
Resistant to Nothing
Weretiger
ウェアタイガ (Weataigā)
Weretiger-ff1-ps
#083#084 #085
Statistics
HP Attack
160 30
Defense Magic Defense
16 93
EXP Gil
780 780
Elemental Affinities
Fire Bolt Ice Dia
- - - -
Location Bahamut Islands, Mirage Tower
Abilities N/A
Resistant to N/A
Weretiger
ウェアタイガ (Weataigā)
Weretiger-ff1-gba
#083#084 #085
Statistics
HP Attack Intelligence
160 30 8
Defense Magic Defense
16 93
Agility Accuracy Evasion
24 40 48
EXP Gil
780 780
Elemental Affinities
Fire Lightning Ice Dia
- - - Misses
Location Bahamut islands, Mirage Tower
Item Dropped Sleeping Bag
Abilities N/A
Resistant to None
Weretiger
ウェアタイガ (Weataigā)
Weretiger-ff1-psp
#083#084 #085
Statistics
HP Attack Intelligence
160 30 8
Defense Magic Defense
16 93
Agility Accuracy Evasion
24 40 48
EXP Gil
780 780
Elemental Affinities
Fire Lightning Ice Dia
- - - Misses
Location Bahamut islands, Mirage Tower
Item Dropped Sleeping Bag
Abilities N/A
Resistant to None

The Weretiger, known as the CATMAN in the Nintendo Entertainment System version, is an enemy from the original Final Fantasy. It appears on the Bahamut Islands, as well as on the first floor of the Mirage Tower. In the Bahamut Islands, they appear flanked by Sabertooth Tigers, while in the Mirage Tower, they appear only with other Weretigers.

Battle Edit

Weretigers regenerate some HP each turn, but they are not hard to beat and the amount of HP they regain does not pose a threat. They also use Poison. When they appear in groups they may be a nuisance, as they are quite resistant to magic.

Gallery Edit

Etymology Edit

In folklore and fantasy fiction, were- is often used as a prefix applied to an animal name to indicate a type of lycanthropy and/or shapeshifter (e.g. "were-boar"). Hyphenation used to be mandatory but is now commonly dropped, as in werecat and wererat. This usage can be seen as a back-formation from werewolf (literally, "man-wolf"), as there is no equivalent wifewolf.

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