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Rushes with its giant body or casts Blizzard.

Final Fantasy VI PlayStation Bestiary entry

The Muud Suud, also called Steroidite, is an enemy in Final Fantasy VI.

Stats Edit

Battle Edit

FFVI Bodyslam

Bodyslam.

On its first and third turns Muud Suud uses a normal attack or a stronger attack called Bodyslam; on its second and fourth turns, it has a 33% chance of using Snowstorm, Gigavolt, or Freezing Dust. On its fifth turn, it has a 33% chance of using Northern Cross.

The player can steal Thunder Shields from it, which can be turned into Genji Shields at the Coliseum. This is the easiest way to amass Genji Shields in the game.

StrategyEdit

Holy-elemental attacks, such as the Holy Lance, Excalibur, and the Holy spell, are effective against it.

Coliseum setup Edit

A good strategy is to use Mog equipped with the Holy Lance, Snow Scarf, and Safety Bit, along with a shield/helmet that will raise his Defense to 255, and then keep him in the back row.

Formations Edit

Number Enemies Encounter flags Introduction flag Musical theme Magic AP
Normal Back Surrounded Side
430 Muud Suud Y Y N Y Sides, individual Battle 3
538 Muud Suud Y Y Y Y Sides, individual Battle
539 Muud Suud, Mover x3 Y Y Y Y Sides, individual Battle

AI script Edit

Normal script Edit

Attack Turns:
1st Turn: Attack (66%) or Bodyslam (33%)
2nd Turn: Gigavolt (33%) or Snowstorm (33%) or Freezing Dust (33%)
3rd Turn: Attack (66%) or Bodyslam (33%)
4th Turn: Gigavolt (33%) or Snowstorm (33%) or Freezing Dust (33%)
5th Turn: Northern Cross (33%) or Nothing (66%)

Coliseum script Edit

Attack Turns:
1st Turn: Attack (25%) or Bodyslam (25%) or Snowstorm (25%) or Blaster (25%)

Other appearances Edit

Pictlogica Final Fantasy Edit

PFF Muud Suud

Muud Suud appears as an enemy.

Final Fantasy Record Keeper Edit

FFRK Muud Suud FFVI
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EtymologyEdit

Muud Suud's older name is a combination of "Steroid" and "ite". A steroid is an organic compound with four rings arranged in a specific molecular configuration. Examples include the dietary lipid cholesterol, the sex hormones estradiol and testosterone:10–19 and the anti-inflammatory drug dexamethasone. "-ite" is a suffix for a chemical name of a molecule with one less oxygen atom than an "-ate" molecule.

Related enemies Edit

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