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Causes [Sleepel/Frog] on one opponent.

Description

Frog Song is a status spell in Final Fantasy VII. It is an enemy skill used by Touch Me, Toxic Frog, and Christopher, and can be learned on the Enemy Skill Materia for the player to use.

Obtained[]

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If obtaining all enemy skills the earliest they are available, Frog Song is learned around half-way through mastering the Materia. It is first learned from the Touch Me in the forests of Gongaga Area, where large groups of them will attack the party with the song in unison; this makes for an annoying battle but the skill is easy to learn as long as a party member has the Enemy Skill equipped. If the player has Reflect, they can bounce the spell back to the casters and still learn it. The party can use the White Cape to become immune to the Frog effect.

Mechanics[]

Frog Song inflicts and cures Sleep and Frog on one target. If the target was already Frog/Sleep, it will toggle the statuses back to normal.

Use[]

Frog Song is superior to the Toad and Sleepel spells, which cost more MP to use, and Frog Song inflicts both statuses. Sleep makes the afflicted not act for its duration, and magical attacks do not rouse them. Frog transforms the afflicted into a toad who can only use weak physical attacks.

Frog Song can be especially useful against the Death Machines in Junon the player may want to fight for level grinding after they have the Frog Song, as it renders the usually powerful enemy harmless. Frog Song also works on Stingers in the Cave of the Gi. Other hard/annoying enemies the player may find the Frog Song's sleep effect useful for are the Gigas, Grenade, Tonberry, Cactuer, Sea Worm, King Behemoth and the Unknown.

Frog Song is outclassed by Bad Breath, but has a lower MP cost.

Because Frog Song toggles the statuses, it can be used to cure Frog and/or Sleep from a party member, which may be situationally preferable to Remedy, Esuna or White Wind.

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