Cogna. Has six legs and is tough as nails. Its defenses definitely live up to the name. Don't confuse those claws for watermelons, or else even the world's best dentist won't be able to save you.

Mirage Manual entry

Entom Guard is an enemy Cogna in World of Final Fantasy.

Stats[edit | edit source]

Base stats[edit | edit source]

Mirage Board spaces[edit | edit source]

Abilities
Active Ability SP Required
Reflect 4
Whirlwind 4
Body Slam 2
Passive Ability SP Required
Metallic Body 4
Overheat 3
Stat Boosts
Stat SP Required
HP+ 3
Strength+ 3
Strength+ 3
Defense+ 3
Defense+ 3
Magic+ 3
Accuracy+ 3
Miscellaneous Spaces
Support Ability SP Required
Zap 1
Blank Space SP Required
Blank Space 2
Transfiguration SP Required
Omega 1
Mirage Board set SP Required
Entom Soldier 1
Elite Entom 1
Miscellaneous Information
SP Total SP
Mirage Board 44
Mirage Board family 91
Entire Mirage Board group 229
Level Requirement Level
Fresh (No other transfiguration unlocked) Transf. Unlocked
Mirage Board completion 35 32
Mirage Board family Mastery 68 65
Mirage Board group Mastery 69 65

Encounter stats[edit | edit source]

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Formations[edit | edit source]

Location Formation
Agarthir *(After Chapter 20 and before end of Postscript) Magna Roader (Purple) x2 *(Field encounter)
Agarthir *(After Chapter 20 and before end of Postscript) Entom Guard x2 *(Field encounter)
Castle Exnine - Ordeal 1 Entom Guard x2, Magna Roader Stack (Goblin, Magna Roader (Purple))
Castle Exnine - Ordeal 1 Entom Guard x2
Castle Exnine - Ordeal 1 Goblin, Entom Guard x2
Castle Exnine - Ordeal 2 Entom Guard x3, Magna Roader (Yellow)
Castle Exnine - Ordeal 3 Entom Guard x3, Magna Roader Stack (Goblin Guard, Magna Roader (Red))
EX Dungeon C - Area 3 Magitek Armor A x2, Magitek Armor A Stack (Entom Guard, Magitek Armor A), Death Searcher

Related enemies[edit | edit source]

Etymology[edit | edit source]

"Entom" is derived from the Greek word entomon, which means insect or insects, used in terms such as Entomology, which refers to the science or study of insects.

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