Stats[edit | edit source]
Battle[edit | edit source]
Apanda's attack pattern is similar to that of the Byblos; it will use physical attacks, Thread, Magic Hammer, Wind Slash, Discord and Confuse. It will usually counter physical attacks with Protect or Drain and will counter magical attacks with Toad or Drain.
Just like Byblos in the First World, Apanda fears Ifrit, and will pause attacking for one turn every time he is summoned (followed by the text "Gah, Ifrit! Scary!").
Strategy[edit | edit source]
Fire-elemental attacks work best, especially Ifrit. Apanda can be used to learn Magic Hammer.
Other appearances[edit | edit source]
Apanda appears as an enemy.
Etymology[edit | edit source]
Given its appearance in the Great Library as a palette swap of Byblos, Apanda is likely supposed to be Greek άπαντα apanta, meaning "complete works".