Shockmaw

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General Notes
  • Very strong melee attacks.
    • Side attacks are area of effect and reduce the player's TP.
  • Switches between casting Water after Baleen Gurge and Thunder after Caudal Capacitor, absorbing damage of those element types.
    • Repeatedly uses Protect during Water phase, and Shell during Thunder phase.
      • Possibly stacks, but can be dispelled.
      • Used in response to taking damage.
      • At lower HP values, will raise the tier used to V.
  • Can use Thar She Blows, a frontal-conal Death.
    • Can be avoided if movement is quick.
    • Recommended to fight on the sides.
  • Use Fire Spells from beginning to end avoids phases
  • Earth Damage caused a Blue !! proc.

Shockmaw
Category-Pteraketos.jpg
Adversary
Type Aquan
Family Pteraketos
Job
Class Geas Fete NM
Resistances
Physical Damage Magical Damage Breath Damage Slashing Blunt H2H Piercing Ranged
100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%
Element: Fire Element: Wind Element: Thunder Element: Light Element: Ice Element: Earth Element: Water Element: Dark
85% 60% 50% 50% 60% 85% 70% 70%
A: Absorbs · S: Susceptible · R: Resists

During battle some monsters may change resistances.

100% denotates that a monster takes full damage.

  • E.g At 5% a foe takes -95% damage.

Tiers of 50% or less guarantee an enfeeble resist with 5% causing immunity.

See the Resist and Damage Type pages.

Listings

Listings by Zone
Zone Rewards Abilities Spells
  Escha - Zi'Tah
     Leader must examine ??? and pop with Shockmaw's blubber. All members require Tribulens.
Deep Sea Dirge
Caudal Capacitor
Baleen Gurge
Thar She Blows
Echolocation
Waterspout
Waterja
Water V
Water VI
Flood II
Thundaja
Thunder V
Thunder VI
Burst II
Protect IV
Protect V
Shell IV
Shell V
Level Aggro Link Spawns DB HP MP DEF EVA Susceptible Resists
135     1 FFXIDB Icon v3.png Question Question     Element: Wind Element: Fire
Assisted By Title Absorbs Immune
  Element: Water Element: Thunder




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