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Ghoul (グール, Gūru?), also known as Wraith, is a recurring enemy in the series. They are usually an upgrade to the Zombie, and bears the same weakness to Fire and Holy-elemental attacks that their lesser brethren do.
Ghoul is an enemy fought at Snow Cave, Kashuan Keep, Dreadnought, Deist, Deist Cavern, and Tropical Island. Ghouls are minor threats, only attacking with a weak physical attack that can inflict Paralysis. It is weak to Fire-elemental attacks, resists Ice, Mind, and Body-elemental attacks, and absorbs Death-elemental attacks.
Ghoul is an enemy fought at Mount Ordeals. Ghouls are of no threat to the player, and can be disposed of relatively easily. Ghouls are weak to Fire and Holy-elemental attacks.
Wraith is an enemy fought at several areas throughout the game, and poses little threat to the player.
Ghouls are basic Cie'th enemies first seen in the Pulse Vestige. Their narrow field of vision makes it easy to initiate a preemptive strike. They usually attack in numbers, but are not difficult to defeat.
Ghoul is a weak enemy that spawns at the beginning of the chapter in Academia -400 AF-, but disappear shortly after the player advances the area. The Ghouls award only 1 CP and no gil, making them more of a nuisance than a formidable enemy.
Ghoul is the weakest of the Ghost family, and fight using Ectoplasm and Sleep Touch. When near an unit that has Beastmaster, Ghouls can access the skill Oily Touch as well. Ghouls can be poached for Ethers and Kunais.
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The Ghoul is an enemy and also a possible monster that the party's monster unit(s) can transform into. It can be found on the first floor of the Tower.
Ghoul appears in Final Fantasy Trading Card Game as an Ice-elemental Monster card.
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