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Dryad (ドライアド, Doraiado? or ドリアード, Doriādo?) is a recurring enemy and summon in the series.

Appearances[]

Final Fantasy XI[]

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Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII[]

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Dryads inhabit the Wildlands and when encountered in battle will often summon more Dyads for help. They employ wind-elemental attacks, an element that restores their HP. Due to their wooden nature, they are suspectible to fire-elemental damage.

Final Fantasy XIV[]

A Dryad in Final Fantasy XIV.

Dryads are level 37 treant enemies found in the Proud Creek area of the North Shroud. Their autumnal leaves help distinguish them from other treants.

Bravely Default[]

The Dryad is a plant-type enemy fought in Florem Gardens and Mount Fragmentum. Its Sweet Scent ability can charm a target. It also has access to the Moan ability, reducing the entire party's P.Def by 25%.

Bravely Second: End Layer[]

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Final Fantasy Dimensions[]

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Final Fantasy Dimensions II[]

Dryad in Final Fantasy Dimensions II.

Dryad is an earth-elemental Eidolon for Aemo. She teaches Aemo the Fight Song abilities and has Autumn Leaves as her summon attack.

Final Fantasy Explorers[]

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Etymology[]

A dryad is a tree nymph, that is a female spirit of a tree, in Greek mythology. In Greek drys signifies "oak". Thus, dryads are specifically the nymphs of oak trees, though the term has come to be used for all tree nymphs in general.

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