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{{DISPLAYTITLE:Jelly (''Final Fantasy XII'')}}
{{FFXII Enemy
 
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{{infobox enemy
| name = Jelly
 
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| release = FFXII
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|name = Jelly
 
| japanese = ゼリー
 
| japanese = ゼリー
 
| romaji = Zerī
 
| romaji = Zerī
| image = [[File:Jelly FFXII.jpg|200px]]
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| image = Jelly FFXII.jpg
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|location = [[Henne Mines]] (Pithead Junction A, Pithead Junction B); [[Trial Mode]] [[Trial Mode#12|Stage 12]] (''Zodiac'' versions)
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}}
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'''Jelly''' is an amorph/[[Flan (enemy family)|flan]]-type enemy in ''[[Final Fantasy XII]]'' found in the [[Henne Mines]]. Because they spawn in great numbers, they can be used for [[level grinding]] (see below). Eight Jellies are also fought in the ''Zodiac'' versions' [[Trial Mode]] at [[Trial Mode#12|Stage 12]].
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They have the [[Flametongue (Final Fantasy XII)|Flametongue]] weapon as a rare [[poach]].
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== Bestiary entry ==
 
=== Page 1: Observations ===
 
{{Quote|Being a variant of [[Flan (Final Fantasy XII)|flan]] covered in a glistening, jewel-like slime. These are known to cluster in areas with machinery and like devices, seeming to derive energy from their operation, which stimulates them to divide and multiply. Because of this flan's odd ecology, they are often found in cities and near residences where people and, more critically, their technologies are found, this proximity creating a real danger of jelly breakouts. Countless are the tales of villages and small towns consumed whole by a mass of quivering slime.}}
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=== Page 2: Sage Knowledge 74 of 78 ===
 
{{main|Sage Knowledge 53-78#SK 74: The Henne Magicite Mines}}
 
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==Stats==
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{{infobox enemy stats FFXII
 
| name = Jelly
 
| prev = Thunderbug
 
| prev = Thunderbug
 
| bestiary = 080
 
| bestiary = 080
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| class = Flan
 
| class = Flan
 
| level min = 24
 
| level min = 24
| evade min = 0
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| evade = 0
 
| hp min = 1,913
 
| hp min = 1,913
 
| mp min = 810
 
| mp min = 810
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| magick resist min = 10
 
| magick resist min = 10
 
| vitality min = 32
 
| vitality min = 32
| speed min = 14
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| speed = 14
 
| attack power min = 31
 
| attack power min = 31
 
| exp min = 1,104
 
| exp min = 1,104
 
| cp min = 162
 
| cp min = 162
| gil min = 0
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| gil = 0
 
| level max = 25
 
| level max = 25
| evade max = 0
 
 
| hp max = 2,018
 
| hp max = 2,018
 
| mp max = 850
 
| mp max = 850
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| magick resist max = 12
 
| magick resist max = 12
 
| vitality max = 33
 
| vitality max = 33
| speed max = 14
 
 
| attack power max = 33
 
| attack power max = 33
 
| exp max = 1,213
 
| exp max = 1,213
 
| cp max = 256
 
| cp max = 256
| gil max = 0
 
 
| fire = Weak
 
| fire = Weak
 
| location = [[Henne Mines]] (Pithead Junction A, Pithead Junction B)
 
| location = [[Henne Mines]] (Pithead Junction A, Pithead Junction B)
| bestiary location = The Henne Mines
 
 
| lp = 1
 
| lp = 1
 
| steal 1 = [[Loot (Final Fantasy XII)#Water Magicite|Water Magicite]]
 
| steal 1 = [[Loot (Final Fantasy XII)#Water Magicite|Water Magicite]]
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| drop 2 = [[Loot (Final Fantasy XII)#Yellow Liquid|Yellow Liquid]]
 
| drop 2 = [[Loot (Final Fantasy XII)#Yellow Liquid|Yellow Liquid]]
 
| drop 3 = [[Teleport Stone]]
 
| drop 3 = [[Teleport Stone]]
| drop 4 = [[List of Final Fantasy XII items#Float Mote|Float Mote]]
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| drop 4 = [[Final Fantasy XII items#Float Mote|Float Mote]]
 
| monograph = Pebble
 
| monograph = Pebble
 
| monograph rate = 30
 
| monograph rate = 30
 
| monograph type = Warmage
 
| monograph type = Warmage
| canopic = Arcana
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| canopic = [[Loot (Final Fantasy XII)#Arcana|Arcana]]
 
| canopic rate = 9
 
| canopic rate = 9
 
| poach 1 = [[Loot (Final Fantasy XII)#Yellow Liquid|Yellow Liquid]]
 
| poach 1 = [[Loot (Final Fantasy XII)#Yellow Liquid|Yellow Liquid]]
| poach 2 = [[List of Final Fantasy XII weapons#Flametongue|Flametongue]]
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| poach 2 = [[Flametongue (Final Fantasy XII)|Flametongue]]
 
| stop = Immune
 
| stop = Immune
 
| disable = Immune
 
| disable = Immune
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| lure = Immune
 
| lure = Immune
 
| combo = 3
 
| combo = 3
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| combo rate = 10
| technicks = [[List of Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Slap|Slap]], [[List of Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Phantasmal Gaze|Phantasmal Gaze]], [[List of Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Divide|Divide]]
 
| magicks = [[List of Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Water|Water]], [[List of Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Poison|Poison]]
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| technicks = [[Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Slap|Slap]], [[Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Phantasmal Gaze|Phantasmal Gaze]], [[Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Divide|Divide]]
| innate augments = [[List of Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Resist Guns/Measures|Resist Guns/Measures]], [[List of Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Low-HP ATK+|Low-HP ATK+]]
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| magicks = [[Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Water|Water]] (Aqua in ''Zodiac'' versions), [[Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Poison|Poison]]
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| innate augments = [[Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Resist Guns/Measures|Resist Guns/Measures]], [[Final Fantasy XII enemy abilities#Low-HP ATK+|Low-HP ATK+]]
 
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The '''Jelly''' is an amorph/[[flan]]-type enemy in ''[[Final Fantasy XII]]''. It can be found in the [[Henne Mines]].
 
 
== Bestiary Entry ==
 
[[File:Ff12 hennemines pithead junction b.jpg|thumb|left|Jelly cluster.]]
 
   
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== Battle ==
=== Page 1: Observations ===
 
 
In the Pithead Junction A and Pithead Junction B areas, large groups of Jellies drop from the ceiling when the switch in either area is pressed. Returning to Henne Mines will decrease the number of Jellies at Pithead Junction A to only three.
{{Q|Being a variant of [[Flan (Final Fantasy XII)|flan]] covered in a glistening, jewel-like slime. These are known to cluster in areas with machinery and like devices, seeming to derive energy from their operation, which stimulates them to divide and multiply. Because of this flan's odd ecology, they are often found in cities and near residences where people and, more critically, their technologies are found, this proximity creating a real danger of jelly breakouts. Countless are the tales of villages and small towns consumed whole by a mass of quivering slime.}}
 
   
 
Jellies can Divide, creating a new Jelly. The new Jelly is divided by the process "binary fission", and shares the same [[level]], stats, abilities and EXP as well as LP earned with its parent. If a "binary fission" Jelly turns into stone, it would not spawn like its parent. Soon after a Jelly's HP is halved, it will use Divide and create a new Jelly. Jellies can only use Divide once; restoring its HP and cutting its HP down to half again would not make it use Divide.
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{{main|Sage Knowledge 53-78#SK 74: The Henne Magicite Mines}}
 
   
== Battle ==
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===Level grinding trick===
 
[[File:Ff12 hennemines pithead junction b.jpg|thumb|Jelly cluster.]]
In the Pithead Junction A and Pithead Junction B areas, large groups of Jellies drop from the ceiling when the switch in either area is pressed. Although, returning to Henne Mines will decreases the number of Jellies at Pithead Junction A to only 3 Jellies.
 
 
The Jellies make a popular and convenient level grinding target because if they are killed by [[Final Fantasy XII statuses#Petrify|petrification]], they [[Spawning enemies|respawn]], creating an infinite supply of enemies. A simple set-up is to give one party member a [[Gambits|Gambit]] to cast [[Sleepga]] on the Jellies, and the other two party members Gambits to cast [[Break (ability)|Break]] on them. At this point all the player needs is a Gambit to restore the party's MP through use of [[Osmose (ability)|Syphon]] or [[Charge (physical attack ability)|Charge]], and an infinite loop is achieved with the player needing to do nothing but watch the party automatically fight the Jellies.
   
 
Depending on the party's level, the Jellies may be entirely unable to hurt them, but if they are able the player should set up Gambits to revive KO'd party members and heal injured ones. Priority should go to the party leader for healing, as if they are KO'd and not revived in time the game will prompt the player to manually select a new leader, breaking the loop. The player should also set Gambits to have the party cure [[Final Fantasy XII statuses#Confuse|Confuse]] on each other, as even if the Jellies cannot hurt the party with their attacks, they can still inflict the status. De-equipping the party's weapons provides further protection against Confusion if it takes effect.
The Jellies make a popular and convenient level grinding target because if they are killed by [[Break (ability)|Break]], they [[Spawning enemies|respawn]], creating an infinite supply of enemies. A simple set-up is to give one party member a [[Gambits|Gambit]] to cast [[Sleepga]] on the Jellies, and the other two party members Gambits to cast Break on them. At this point all the player needs is a Gambit to restore the party's MP through use of [[Osmose (ability)|Syphon]] or [[Charge (ability)|Charge]], and an infinite loop is achieved with the player needing to do nothing but watch the party automatically fight the Jellies.
 
   
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==Other appearances==
Jellies are capable to use Divide, which it will create a new Jelly. The new Jelly is divided by the process "binary fission", it shares the exact same level, stats, abilities and EXP as well as LP earned with its parent. Although, if the binary fission Jelly has turned into stone, it would not spawn like its parent. This ability can be exploited fairly easy by reducing the parent's HP to half. Soon after its HP is down by half, it will use Divide and created a new Jelly. Note that Jellies can only use Divide once, restoring its HP and cutting its HP down to half again would not make it use Divide. In conclusion, all of the Jellies should just be killed using Break and the numbers of Jellies to be defeat are doubled.
 
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==Gallery==
Depending on the party's level, the Jellies may be entirely unable to hurt them, but if they are able the player should set up Gambits to revive KO'd party members and heal injured ones. Priority should go to the party leader for healing, as if they are KO'd and not revived in time the game will prompt the player to manually select a new leader, breaking the loop. The player should also set Gambits to have the party use Smelling Salts on each other, as even if the Jellies cannot hurt the party with their attacks, they can still inflict [[Confuse (status)|Confuse]]. De-equipping the party's weapons provides further protection against Confusion if it takes effect.
 
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==Etymology==
8 Jellies are also fought in the ''International Zodiac Job System'' trial mode at stage 12.
 
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{{Etym|Jelly}}
   
 
== Related enemies ==
 
== Related enemies ==
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Revision as of 16:37, 13 January 2020


Jelly is an amorph/flan-type enemy in Final Fantasy XII found in the Henne Mines. Because they spawn in great numbers, they can be used for level grinding (see below). Eight Jellies are also fought in the Zodiac versions' Trial Mode at Stage 12.

They have the Flametongue weapon as a rare poach.

Bestiary entry

Page 1: Observations

Being a variant of flan covered in a glistening, jewel-like slime. These are known to cluster in areas with machinery and like devices, seeming to derive energy from their operation, which stimulates them to divide and multiply. Because of this flan's odd ecology, they are often found in cities and near residences where people and, more critically, their technologies are found, this proximity creating a real danger of jelly breakouts. Countless are the tales of villages and small towns consumed whole by a mass of quivering slime.

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Stats

Battle

In the Pithead Junction A and Pithead Junction B areas, large groups of Jellies drop from the ceiling when the switch in either area is pressed. Returning to Henne Mines will decrease the number of Jellies at Pithead Junction A to only three.

Jellies can Divide, creating a new Jelly. The new Jelly is divided by the process "binary fission", and shares the same level, stats, abilities and EXP as well as LP earned with its parent. If a "binary fission" Jelly turns into stone, it would not spawn like its parent. Soon after a Jelly's HP is halved, it will use Divide and create a new Jelly. Jellies can only use Divide once; restoring its HP and cutting its HP down to half again would not make it use Divide.

Level grinding trick

Jelly cluster.

The Jellies make a popular and convenient level grinding target because if they are killed by petrification, they respawn, creating an infinite supply of enemies. A simple set-up is to give one party member a Gambit to cast Sleepga on the Jellies, and the other two party members Gambits to cast Break on them. At this point all the player needs is a Gambit to restore the party's MP through use of Syphon or Charge, and an infinite loop is achieved with the player needing to do nothing but watch the party automatically fight the Jellies.

Depending on the party's level, the Jellies may be entirely unable to hurt them, but if they are able the player should set up Gambits to revive KO'd party members and heal injured ones. Priority should go to the party leader for healing, as if they are KO'd and not revived in time the game will prompt the player to manually select a new leader, breaking the loop. The player should also set Gambits to have the party cure Confuse on each other, as even if the Jellies cannot hurt the party with their attacks, they can still inflict the status. De-equipping the party's weapons provides further protection against Confusion if it takes effect.

Other appearances

Pictlogica Final Fantasy

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Gallery

Etymology

In the U.S. and Canada, jelly refers to a clear or translucent fruit spread made from sweetened fruit (or vegetable) juice—thus differing from jam by excluding the fruit's flesh—and is set by using its naturally occurring pectin, whereas outside North America jelly usually refers to a gelatin-based dessert.

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