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enemy skill chart
Star # Skill MP cost Effect Learn tip
frog song
Transforms one foe into a frog
and puts him/her/it to sleep.
From the green frogs in the
circular forest near Gongaga Town
(also from the other forests nearby).
You can control the enemy and make
it use Frog Song on you
(pick the bottom option).
L4 suicide
All enemies with an experience level
that is a multiple of 4 loses
almost all their HP (you can't
kill an enemy with this spell
the best you can do is reduce their
HP to one point). In addition,
they may be afflicted with the 'Minimum'
Burrowing squirrel-like foes
(Mu) found near the Chocobo Farm.
You can't control this enemy, so
you'll have to wait until they
use it on you.
magic hammer
Bop one foe on the head and gain up
to 100 MP (assuming the monster
has enough MP).
Plant-like monsters (Razor Weed)
found on the tip of the Westernmost
Continent (in the dark grass).
You can control an Razor Weed and
have it use the Magic
Hammer against one of your
allies (choose the third option).
white wind
Each ally regains lost HP and
their status ailments are cured
and dispelled. The amount of HP recovered
depends on the current HP of the caster.
The white and green cactus-like
monsters (Zemzelett) in the
grassy area by Junon Town
, or from the winged serpents
(Wind Wing) you fight if you're
hit by a barrier at Whirlwind Maze
You can't learn White Wind
from a Zemzelett unless you control
it and make it use the skill on
you (pick the bottom choice to
do this).
big gaurd
Has the same effect as casting Haste
and wall on all your allies.
The spiky, shelled creatures with
green tentacles (Beach Plug) that live on the
shore next to costa de sol.
The Beach Plug won't use Mighty Guard
unless you control it and make it
use the skill on one of your
members (it's the middle option).
angel wisper
An angel appears above one person and brings
them back to life if they are dead.
They also relieve any status ailments
and dispel any bad effects.
In addition HP is restored to the amount shown
during the skill's use; however, this
can be a bane to characters with high
HP because if your life is higher than
the amount shown, it is reduced to
that amount. You'd think that
this would be a great way to weaken
enemies with more than 9999
HP, but it won't work on your opponents
in this manner--it will only heal them,
remove status ailments, etc. :(
From the beckoning women in the yellow
swimsuits (Polan Solita) you meet
in the Northern Crater if you
take the right path the first
time you meet your friends.
The easiest way to learn this skill
is by controlling your enemy and picking
the bottom option to make them use
this skill on you.
dragon force
Increases your physical and Magic
Plus defense rating.
From the dragons (Dark Dragon)
you meet during the descent into
the Northern Crater.
You can't learn this unless you
control the Dark Dragon and have
it use Dragon Force on one of you
(pick the second choice).
death force
One ally becomes immune to instant
death attacks (this doesn't protect
you from dying if you lose all
your HP).
The huge tusked turtles (Adamantaimai)
by the shoreline of the Westmost Continent.
You can't learn this skill unless
you control the turtle and make
it use Death Force against you.
To do this, choose the bottom
option once it's under your control.
flame thrower
A stream of fire burns one foe
for Fire damage
From any enemy that utilizes a fire breath
attack. One of the earliest locations
would be the room with the ladders
and pipes where you fight
the boss of the mountains behind
Nibelheim; you can fight Dragons
in that area that use Flame
Thrower often. You can
also learn it from the flying
yellow monsters (Archdragon)
in the Mythril Mine.
While you could learn this skill
by controlling a Dragon and
picking the bottom
choice to make it use this skill on you,
chances are it will
hit you with Flame Thrower as it's initial
attack in the first place.
The same goes for the flying Archdragons.
Reduces an enemy's HP by one-half.
From Death Claw in the Corel Prison
(in the caryard area near Dyne's
home: just manipulate one of them). Or,
from the dragons (Dark Dragon) you meet
during the descent into the Northern
You can either let the Dark Dragon
use this ability on you, or
you can control it (using Manipulate),
and pick the top option to make
it use Laser on one of your allies.
matra magic
Fire a pack of missiles at one enemy
for magic damage.
Machines with big feet and guns
for arms (Sweeper Custom) around
Midgar Area. Or
from the wheeled robo-creatures in
the underwater part of Junon Town.
To learn this skill from the Sweeper
Custom, just control it and choose
the last option.
bad breath
Inflict multiple status ailments
upon all enemies, including Confusion,
Frog, Minimum (Shrink), Mute,
Poison, and Sleepel.
From the Mobor creatures (green guys
with tentacles and really big mouths) living on
the outside ledges in Gaea's Cliff.
You can also meet them in the
Northern Crater, if you take the
right path the first time
you run into your friends.
Be sure to have some protective
accessories (ribbons are good)
equipped when trying to learn
this skill or your party may
be too weakened by the Smelly
Breath to kill the Molbor
or even escape!
A swirling red shape appears, surrounded
by specks of white. All targets
are hit for magic damage.
The big shadow snake (Midgar Zolom)
in the marsh near the Chocobo Farm
This monster won't use Beta unless
he's waving back and forth.
To make him do that,
inflict heavy damage on him. Then
just wait until he uses Beta.
If he still doesn't use it, take
off a little bit of his
life since he tends to use Beta more
when he's near death.
Blue bubbles strike all enemies
for water damage.
From the Jenova Birth in the
Forgotten Capital ,
the Harpy in the plains surrounding the
Gold Saucer ; or from
the floating sea-dragon creature
(Serpent) in the sunken plane
near the Gold Saucer.
To easily pick up this skill,
just control a Harpy and choose the
bottom option to make it use Aqualung.
A Delta Force-like attack that
hits all enemies for lighting
Godo, of the pagoda's top floor in Wutai.
Also from the red
spider/crab-like creature (Stilve)
living inside the Frozen Mountain ,
or the spider-like boss (Materia Keeper)
of the mountains behind Nibelheim.
. Remember, the _only_ time
you can learn this skill is while
fighting one of the above monsters,
so learn it while you still
Actually, the Materia Keeper is
more likely to use this against
your characters than any other
enemy that can use this skill.
It's a good thing, too, since
you can't control it.
magic breath
Rainbow orbs hit all foes for fire,
ice, and lighting damage.
From the red spider/crab-like creatures
(Stilve) living inside the Frozen
Mountain. Also from the blue, leech-like
enemies (Parasite) in the
Northern Crater.
To learn this skill from a Parasite
quickly, control it and pick
the last option to have it use
Magic Breath on your allies.
A weight drops and hits for special
damage. The amount is equal to the
amount of damage the caster has received in
From the balance-like creatures
(Jersey) in Nibelheim.
Also from the purple behemoths (Behemoth)
you encounter when raiding Midgar City.
Keep in mind that you won't actually
learn this skill unless you take
damage from it.
The Jersey will use this skill eventually.
You can't control them, but
they're easier to run into than
the Behemoths.
goblin punch
One foe is hit for physical damage.
The damage inflicted is multiplied
if your opponent has the same EXP
level that you do.
Imp-like monsters wearing
boxing gloves :) (Goblin) found on
the only forested island in the
northeast area of the map.
You can control the Goblins if you
want (pick the middle option to use the Goblin Punch),
but it's more likely that they'll hit
you with it in the first place,
so don't even bother and just
let them strike first.
A fat chocobo bounces around and
hits one foe for special damage.
This attack gains strength each
time you flee from a battle.
Purchase some Mimett Greens from the Chocobo
Barn, and make sure you have
L4 Suicide. There are chocobos living
outside of the barn that you can
use L4 Suicide on, so when you
fight one of them, use a Mimett
Greens on it, then cast L4 Suicide.
With luck, it will counterattack
with Chocobuckle (Disc 1).
You can also learn this on
Mideel Island in Disc 2 or 3 from the
Chocobos living there.
Make sure the chocobo you fight has
a level that's a multiple of 4,
or the L4 Suicide power won't work.
L5 death
Any enemy whose level is a multiple
of 5 is instantly killed.
From the blue, leech-like enemies
(Parasite) in the Northern Crater.
Simply use Manipulate to command your
foe and then choose the middle
option if you want the Parasite to
use Level 5 Death on
one of your members.
death sentence
One enemy is Condemned (they die
when the counter over their
head reaches zero).
The Sneaky Steps in the Sealed Cave
Also from the yellow,
spiked enemies (Bound Fat) that
live in front of and in the area behind
the Forgotten Capital.
You could control these guys (the
Bound Fats), but if you kill
one it will counterattack with
this skill so it may be easier to
simply off one, especially if
you don't have the Manipulate
materia. If you do, then simply
control them and pick the
bottom option to use the Death Sentence.
One friend or foe is randomly killed.
From the floating card-jesters
(Death Dealer) in the Northern
Crater if you take the right path
the first time you meet your
You can control the Death Dealer
and make him use Roulette on you
by picking the second option
when the enemy abilities window
appears. If it kills one
of your enemies, you'll have to
try again until the pointer
lands on you.
shadow flare
A black flare hits a single
opponent for magic damage.
From the Ultimate Weapon in
Disc 3; it uses it as a
counterattack before dying. Or,
learn it from the Dragon Zombies
in the Northern Crater.
If you're fighting the flying dragon,
just kill it and it will use
the Shadow Flare on you. If you're
trying to learn it from a
Dragon Zombie, you'll have to
wait until it uses it since you
can't control them.
pandora's box
A star field and question mark
appear; hits all enemies for
physical damage.
From the huge, multi-limbed bone
dragons (Dragon Zombie) in the
Northern Crater if you take the right
path the first time you
meet your friends.
As the Dragon Zombies are
uncontrollable, you'll simply have
to keep fighting
them until they use this skill on
one of your characters

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