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Covered by a hard shell. Slow-moving, but has high physical and magic defense. Vulnerable to ice and water. Falls easily to piercing weapons.

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The Bunyip is an enemy on the Djose Highroad in Final Fantasy X. It is best to bring in Auron or Kimahri for the Piercing ability on their weapon. Bunyip's attacks have a small chance of inflicting Slow, unless Provoked. The Bunyip in the Steal tutorial battle has 10 Strength, doesn't inflict Slow, has no elaborate attack pattern, is immune to Scan, Threaten, and Bribe, and has a Doom count of 3.

In the original JP/NA version, Bunyips drop weapons with Strength +3% and Magic +3% instead of Distill Power.

Stats[]

Attack pattern[]

From Final Fantasy X Ultimania Guide (translated from Japanese).

Basic pattern[]

  • If Auron is present in battle:
    • Physical attack on random target (50% chance).
    • Physical attack on Auron (50% chance).
  • Otherwise:
    • Physical attack on random target (50% chance).
    • Physical attack on the character with the lowest current HP (50% chance).

Special pattern[]

  • Facing Valefor, it will not attack.

Other appearances[]

Pictlogica Final Fantasy[]

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Gallery[]

Etymology[]

A bunyip is mythical creature from Australian folklore said to live in billabongs, swamps, and other wet areas.

Related enemies[]

Final Fantasy X-2[]

Final Fantasy X-2: Last Mission[]

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