Mushussu in Final Fantasy X.

Mushussu (ムシュフシュ, Mushufushu?), also known as Serpion, is a recurring enemy in the series.

Appearances

Final Fantasy IX

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Serpion is an enemy fought in the Lachenta Wetlands, King Ed Plains, Togull Beach, and Edgecry Coast on the Mist Continent. It fights using the Poison-inducing Poison Counter in addition to using spells such as Cure, Shell, and Blizzard. It is the first available enemy that the player can learn Mighty Guard from.

Final Fantasy X

Mushussu is an enemy fought at Sanubia Desert, possessing high Defense unless attack with weapons with Piercing. It attacks with a powerful physical attack as well as the damaging Flame Breath to the party.

Final Fantasy XI

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Final Fantasy XIII

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Mushussu is an enemy fought as part of Mission 24. It is a Feral Beast that resists elements, and is accompanied by two Yakshini.

Final Fantasy XV

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Mushussu is an enemy fought in the Vesperpool region and the Myrlwood in Cleigne, as well as during the Hunter HQ Line of Defense Hunt. It has high HP and moderate strength, and is capable of inflicting Poison.

Final Fantasy Type-0

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Mushussu is an enemy fought at Mount Jubanla.

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Pictlogica Final Fantasy

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Final Fantasy All the Bravest

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Etymology

The mušḫuššu is a creature depicted on the reconstructed Ishtar Gate of the city of Babylon, dating to the 6th century B.C. As depicted, it is a mythological hybrid, a scaly dragon with hind legs like an eagle's talons, feline forelegs, a long neck and tail, a horned head, a snakelike tongue, and a crest.

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