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The Zombie is a recurring enemy in the Final Fantasy series. They are a common type of undead enemy and as such are almost always weak to Holy and Fire elemental attacks and spells. Some curative spells and items, such as Cure and Potion, have a reverse effect when used on them, and usually revival items and magic such as Phoenix Downs and Raise defeat them instantly. They are usually rather weak enemies.
- Main article: Zombie (Final Fantasy)
- Main article: Zombie (Final Fantasy II)
Zombies show up in several locations all around the world as a random encounter. It is an undead creature, and is thus weak to Fire spells, while absorbing Death spells. It tends to appear in small groups, but only boasts a meager physical attack, so it does not present a significant threat.
- Main article: Zombie (Final Fantasy III)
- Main article: Zombie (Final Fantasy IV)
Creatures related to the Zombie:
- Main article: Zombie (The After Years)
- Main article: Zombie (Final Fantasy IX)
The Zombie is an undead enemy the party can find in the Iifa Tree on the Mist Continent. Like most undead, it can be easily taken out with a well placed Cure or Fire based spell. The Zombie's unpredictable Roulette spell can KO a random unit on the field, and can also be learned by Quina. The Melt attack deals damage equal to the Zombie's remaining HP.
Zombies are a specific type of low-level monster from the Skeleton genus. Despite the name "Zombie," they look and act identically to their regular skeleton brethren.
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- Main article: Zombie (Final Fantasy XII)
The Zombie is an undead/zombie-type enemy found in the Barheim Passage when the battery mimics have sufficiently depleted the electrical power, and in the Tomb of Raithwall. They are the only enemy with gender differences in the entire game. Creatures related to the Zombie:
- Zombie Mage
- Zombie Warrior
- Zombie Knight
- Shambling Corpse
- Zombie Warlock
- Zombie Lord (rare)
- Drowned (rare)
- Velelu (rare)
- Disma (rare)
- Shadowseer (elite mark)
- Main article: Zombie (Revenant Wings)
- "Wandering corpse that preys on the living."
- —In-game description
- Main article: Zombie (Tactics Advance)
The Zombie and Ghoul are undead enemies in Tactics Advance. Once they are KO'd, they will revive themselves in a matter of three turns unless the battle is won or their units are permanently removed with special abilities. As such, they are weak to Fire and Cure spells. They are less dangerous than the other undead enemies in the game, the Vampire, having no teleportation abilities and less-than spectacular HP and movement stats.
- Main article: Zombie (Tactics A2)
Zombies make another return for Tactics A2. It is a species of enemy and a specific enemy in Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift. They are undead creatures, and so they revert to tombstones when their HP reaches 0. Zombies are the least mobile of all the undead classes, but they do have some long-ranged attacks to make up for it. Related Enemies:
- Main article: Zombie (Vagrant Story)
- "One of the inhabitants of Leá Monde, zombies emerge from the darkness to attack the living."
- —In-game description
- Main article: Zombie (Mystic Quest)
Zombie is an enemy type from Final Fantasy Mystic Quest. Zombies can counter attacks with Para-Touch and inflict Poison, but otherwise are easy to defeat as they have many weaknesses to exploit.
The Zombie is an enemy and also a possible monster that the party's monster unit(s) can transform into.
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Zombie is a term used to denote an animated corpse brought back to life by mystical means, such as witchcraft. Since the late 19th century, zombies have acquired popularity in North American and European folklore.