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Zombie (Final Fantasy IX)

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The Zombie is an undead enemy from Final Fantasy IX. The party can find it in the Iifa Tree and in the Gunitas, Daines-horse, and Zamo Basin on the Mist Continent on disc 4.


Final Fantasy IX enemy stats
Location Class Eat Other information
Iifa Tree, Gunitas Basin, Daines-horse Basin, Zamo Basin Undead, Undead Roulette Reduced to 1 HP by Phoenix Down. None
Level HP MP Strength Defense
19 973 603 12 9
Evade Magic Magic Def Magic Eva Attack
3 12 10 4 29
Spirit Speed EXP Gil AP
19 23 1,445 708 1
Elemental affinities
Fire Ice Thunder Water
150% 100% 100% 100%
Wind Earth Holy Shadow Healing
100% 100% 150% Half 100%Damages
Statuses and immunities
Petrify Venom Virus Silence Darkness Trouble Zombie Death Confuse Berserk
- - Immune - - - - - - -
Stop Auto-Life Poison Sleep Regen Haste Slow Float Shell Protect
- Immune - - - - - - - -
Heat Freeze Vanish Doom Mini Reflect Gradual Petrify Eat Scan Gravity
- - Immune - - - - - Immune Immune
Steal Item dropped Card dropped [12.5%]
[100%] Magic Tag
[25%] Tent
[6.25%] Nothing
[0.39%] Ether
[100%] Nothing
[37.5%] Magic Tag
[12.5%] Soft
[0.39%] Nothing
Abilities Eat
Strike, Roulette, Melt Roulette

Battle Edit

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.

Tetra Master Edit

Tetra Master

Location: Lindblum

Other appearancesEdit

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Final Fantasy Record Keeper Edit



Zombie from Final Fantasy IX appears as an enemy in Final Fantasy Record Keeper.

Gallery Edit

Etymology Edit

A zombie is an animated corpse resurrected by mystical means, such as witchcraft. Since the late 19th century, zombies have acquired popularity in North American and European folklore.