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Foulander is an enemy from Final Fantasy VII encountered on the Da Chao Mountain in Wutai and in the opening round of the Battle Square after Gold Saucer reopens in Part II. When fought in the Battle Square its stats are enhanced with double the regular HP and its Attack and Magic Attack are increased by 25%. Foulander is also fought on the opening round of the PC version Battle Square demo.



# Formation
608 Row 1: Foulander
Row 2: Bizarre Bug A, Bizarre Bug B*(Covered by Foulander), Bizarre Bug C
609 Foulander A, Foulander B
610 Foulander A, Foulander B, Foulander C
611 Row 1: Foulander A
Row 2: Foulander B (Back Attack)
616 Row 1: Garuda A, Garuda B
Row 2: Foulander
618 Foulander A, Foulander B, Garuda (Attack from both sides)


Da-chao Statue
Right Side 608, 609, 610, 611 (Back Attack)
Right Hand 608, 609, 610, 611 (Back Attack)
Town Overlook 609, 611 (Back Attack), 616, 618 (Attack from both sides)
Battle Square (with Highwind available)
Group A - Battle 1 609, 610


Foulander uses a physical attack that is Claw which can uses it twice in one turn. His other attack is a Fire-elemental attack. A rare Lunar Curtain can be won from it, which casts MBarrier on the party. However, as they are extremely rare, the use of Big Guard is often more efficient.

AI scriptEdit

AI: Setup {

SelectTar = Choose Random Opponent
Count = Rnd(0..4)

} AI: Main {

If (Count < 4) Then
If (SelectTar doesn't have Death Status) Then
Choose SelectTar
} Else {
Choose Random Opponent
Use <Claw> on Target
If ((Target doesn't have Death Status) AND (1/3 Chance)) Then
Use <Claw> on Target
Count = Count + 1
} Else {
If (Foulander's MP >= 16) Then
Choose All Opponents
Use Flame Dance on Target
Count = Rnd(0..1)

} AI: Counter - General {

SelectTar = Foulander's Last Attacker (General)




Rangda is the demon queen of the Leyaks, according to traditional Balinese mythology. Terrifying to behold, the child-eating Rangda leads an army of evil witches against the leader of the forces of good—Barong. Rangda is important in Balinese culture, and performances depicting her struggles with Barong or with Airlangga in that tale are popular tourist attractions as well as tradition. She is depicted as a mostly nude old woman, with long and unkempt hair, pendulous breasts, and claws. Her face is traditionally a horrifying fanged and large-eyed mask, with a long, protruding tongue.

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