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The Werewolf is a species of monster and a specific monster in Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift. They are physical brutes that pack a punch. One of the more annoying abilities of Werewolves is their Roar skill, which neutralizes all buffs on the field.
Ferocious creatures, part man, part beast. They shred their prey with razor-sharp claws.
This relative of the werewolf attacks with a deafening roar.
A variant of the werewolf that has retained enough intelligence to use items to heal its wounds.
Some have called this violent monster "King of the Beasts". Its massive fists pummel and crack the earth.
- The only Humbaba in the game is part of the First Watch in Brightmoon Tor. It has the Brightmoon Tor secondary ability skillset of Turning.
Call of the Wild Edit
Werewolves raise a blood-curdling cry as they rend the flesh of their prey.
|Dispels buffs from all other units on the field.|
|Deals MP damage and inflicts Confuse.|
|Damages and ignores opponent's Defense rating.|
|Damages and inflicts Immobilize.|
|Enters a defensive state and counters all attacks in range.|
*Denotes a Blue Magick skill.
werewolf, also known as a lycanthrope, is "a person who changes for periods of time into a wolf, typically when there is a full moon."A
The Loup-Garou's (some alternate spellings include "Rougarou", Roux-Ga-Roux, Rugaroo, and Rugaru) name is actually equivalent to 'Werewolf'. In French, Loup means 'wolf', while garou(from 'garulf') is a man who transforms into an animal.
The Zaghnal is an Indian war hammer or axe.
Humbaba (Assyrian spelling) or Huwawa (Babylonian) was a monstrous giant of immemorial age raised by Utu, the Sun. Humbaba/Huwawa was also the guardian of the Cedar Forest where the gods lived. In the Epic of Gilgamesh, Gilgamesh slays Humbaba for fame and glory.In Akkadian mythology,