Kukulcan is not a difficult foe save for its Stony Glare attack, which should be taken care of immediately with a Soft to avoid losing said party member. Kukulcan also has access to Heaven's Cataract, which damages all characters in a 120 degree angle in front of it and reduces all stats by one level. It can be learned as a Blue Bullet.
- Attacking Pattern: Basic Pattern: (1) Normal Attack 2; (2) Normal Attack 2; (3) Stony Glare; (4) Normal Attack 2; (5) Normal Attack 2; (6) Heaven's Cataract; (7) back to step (1) [at the start of battle, choose a random step]
(1) Destroy Soft [if an Alchemist is in the party, or if the party has no Softs, Normal Attack]; (2) Destroy Soft [if an Alchemist is in the party, or if the party has no Softs, Normal Attack]; (3) 2/5 chance - Normal Attack, 1/5 chance - Hunter's Gaze, 1/5 chance - MP Break, 1/5 chance - Destroy Soft [if an Alchemist is in the party, or if the party has no Softs, Normal Attack]; (4) repeat step (3)
Kukulcan can be added as a party member in Chapter 2 with a Trap pod M or Trap pod SP in Bevelle or a Trap pod M in Luca anytime after the start of Chapter 2. It retains its normal attack, Stony Glare, and Heaven's Cataract (useful in the Leblanc boss fight in Chateau Leblanc) and comes with Ailment Def.
One notable Kukulcan was created from the spirit of man who was sentenced to death for a murder he didn't commit, the ordeal resulting in memory loss. Staking out the scene of the crime for 13 days for the one who leaves moonlilies at the crime scene, Kukulcan sees his love and remembers she was the culprit and he eventually takes the blame for her.
Kukulkan is the name of a Maya snake deity that also serves to designate historical persons. The depiction of the feathered serpent deity is present in other cultures of Mesoamerica.