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King Behemoth Crystal Bearers

King Behemoth is a field boss in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers.

Battle Edit

The King Behemoth is encountered in Miasma stream battles in the Snowfields outside of Rivelgauge Monastery. He can attack with a giant club, a Fire Breath attack, and can also use a powerful Meteor spell. The best way to deal damage against him is drilling him in the snow with a kinetic attack right after he attacks with his club, and breaking his horn with a homing body slam to the head. The horn can then be thrown at him or used to cast a smaller version of Meteor, both dealing moderate damage. The meteors King Behemoth summons can also be grabbed to attack him and others with.

If the player is lucky, they can get rare materials, including Dark Matter (from a horn) or a Ribbon, needed to craft powerful accessories.

There are also several achievements that can be unlocked during this battle, such as:

  • 195) King's Igloo- Bury at least one King Behemoth in the snow.
  • 204) Clash of Horns- Break off at least one King Behemoth horn.
  • 205) My First Ivory- Find at least one Ivory Object.
  • 154) Ho-hum Beast- Throw a behemoth at least once.

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Etymology Edit

Behemoth is a beast mentioned in Job 40:15–24. In addition to mythological creatures, it is likened to elephants, hippos, rhinos, and bison. Metaphorically, the term behemoth denotes "an extremely large or powerful entity."

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