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* Achuka is ''[[:Category:Naakuals|<span style="color:#931711;">The Firebrand Naakual</span>]]''.
 
* Achuka is ''[[:Category:Naakuals|<span style="color:#931711;">The Firebrand Naakual</span>]]''.
* Players can only enter the [[Wildskeeper Reive]] in which Achuka is present by possessing a [[Magma mitigation set]] purchased from [[Dimmian]].
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* Players can only enter the [[Wildskeeper Reive]] in which Achuka is present by possessing a [[Magma mitigation set]] purchased from [[Dimmian]] and using it to pass through the ??? located at (E-5) in [[Morimar Basalt Fields]].
 
* Achuka has several types of normal attacks, some of which can deal AoE damage.
 
* Achuka has several types of normal attacks, some of which can deal AoE damage.
 
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Revision as of 14:29, 14 May 2013




General Notes
Achuka
Achuka.png
Bestiary
Type Lizards
Family Gabbrath
Job
Class NM
Crystal
Detects


Listings

Listings by Zone
Zone Rewards Abilities Spells
  Morimar Basalt Fields
     Wildskeeper Reive
Blistering Roar
Searing Serration
Volcanic Statis
Tyrannical Blow
Batholithic Shell
Pyroclastic Surge
Incinerating Lahar
None
Level Aggro Link Spawns DB HP MP DEF EVA Susceptible Resists
CheckCheck CheckCheck 1 FFXIDB Icon v3.png Question Question     Element: Water Element: Fire
Assisted By Title Absorbs Immune
Achuka Glaciator



Ability Informaton

  • Blistering Roar: AoE damage, Terror, Attack Down/Burn Aura.
  • Searing Serration: Single target physical damage (4 hits), all stats down.
  • Volcanic Stasis: Conal magical damage (fire based), Stun, Dispels 4 buffs.
  • Tyrannical Blow: AoE magical damage (fire based), Plague
  • Batholithic Shell: Blaze Spikes, Stoneskin, Attack Boost, Magic Attack Boost, Haste.
  • Pyroclastic Surge: AoE magical damage (fire based), Addle.
  • Incinerating Lahar: Only utilized at low HP: AoE magical damage and Weakness (despite the animation, this attack is neither conal nor fire-based).

References