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{{Enemy
 
 
|name=Spiracorn
 
|name=Spiracorn
 
|release=FFXV
 
|release=FFXV
 
|japanese=バイコーン
 
|japanese=バイコーン
 
|romaji=Baikōn
 
|romaji=Baikōn
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|lit=Bicorn
 
|image=Spiracorn.png
 
|image=Spiracorn.png
 
|type=Mark and normal enemy
 
|type=Mark and normal enemy
 
|location=[[Cleigne]]; [[Duscae]]
 
|location=[[Cleigne]]; [[Duscae]]
 
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'''Spiracorn''' is an enemy in ''[[Final Fantasy XV]]'' fought in [[Cleigne]] and during [[Quest (Final Fantasy XV)/Hunts|hunts]]. The weapon shop owner in [[Lestallum]] also sends the party to hunt for the beasts. Spiracorns stay in herds and sometimes cross roads in creature crossings.
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'''Spiracorn''' is an enemy in ''[[Final Fantasy XV]]'' fought in the [[Cleigne]] region on the overworld as well as during two [[Quest (Final Fantasy XV)/Hunts|hunts]]. Spiracorns stay in herds and sometimes cross roads at creature crossings.
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A pair of Lv.23 spiracorns fights in Cleigne Crossroads and All-Star Monster Mayhem in [[Totomostro]] under the team name Breakaway Bicorns.
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==Bestiary==
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:;Alpha
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:Herbivore sporting an entwined pair of spiral horns jutting out from its forehead. Like its cousin the mesmenir, the spiracorn is innately wary of mankind, making domestication and riding unfeasible, though some features indicate the species may at one time have been selectively bred as destriers.
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:Size: 14.53 ft. Weight: 1.34 t
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:;Beta
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:Spiracorn upon whose head a bounty rests. This breed eschews uniformity, and spiracorn behaviors vary by herd: some centering around larger leaders, some focused on expansion, and so on.
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:Size: 14.69 ft. Weight: 1.38 t
   
 
==Hunt==
 
==Hunt==
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==Stats==
 
==Stats==
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{{infobox enemy stats FFXV
 
| size = 2
 
| size = 2
 
| type = Beast
 
| type = Beast
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| 1 ice = Halves
 
| 1 ice = Halves
 
| 1 light = Halves
 
| 1 light = Halves
| 1 primary drop = Supple Tail
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| 1 primary drop = [[Supple Tail]]
 
| 1 primary drop rate = 75
 
| 1 primary drop rate = 75
 
| 1 appendage = Crooked Helixhorn
 
| 1 appendage = Crooked Helixhorn
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| 1 element drop rate = 50
 
| 1 element drop rate = 50
 
| 1 element drop quantity = 3
 
| 1 element drop quantity = 3
| 1 location = [[Cleigne]] (Coernix Bypass, Lower Wennath, Maidenwater)
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| 1 location = [[Cleigne]] (Coernix Bypass, Lower Wennath, Maidenwater, [[Rock of Ravatogh]])
 
| 1 time = Day
 
| 1 time = Day
 
| 1 break effects = Strength -15% (head/20%); Vitality -15% (body/30%)
 
| 1 break effects = Strength -15% (head/20%); Vitality -15% (body/30%)
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| 2 ice = Halves
 
| 2 ice = Halves
 
| 2 light = Halves
 
| 2 light = Halves
| 2 primary drop = Supple Tail
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| 2 primary drop = [[Leukorn Steak]]
| 2 primary drop rate = 75
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| 2 primary drop rate = ?
| 2 appendage = Crooked Helixhorn
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| 2 appendage = Sturdy Helixhorn
 
| 2 appendage rate = 75
 
| 2 appendage rate = 75
 
| 2 element drop = Ice
 
| 2 element drop = Ice
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| 2 element drop quantity = 3
 
| 2 element drop quantity = 3
 
| 2 location = [[Duscae]] (Alstor Slough); [[Cleigne]] (Lower Wennath)
 
| 2 location = [[Duscae]] (Alstor Slough); [[Cleigne]] (Lower Wennath)
| 2 quest = Hunt: [[Quest (Final Fantasy XV)/Hunts#Untamed Wild Horses|Untamed Wild Horses]] (Coernix Station - Alstor), [[Quest (Final Fantasy XV)/Hunts#The Last Spiracorns|The Last Spiracorns]] (Old Lestallum)
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| 2 quest = Hunt: [[Quest (Final Fantasy XV)/Hunts#Untamed Wild Horses|Untamed Wild Horses]] ([[Coernix Station - Alstor]]), [[Quest (Final Fantasy XV)/Hunts#The Last Spiracorns|The Last Spiracorns]] ([[Old Lestallum]])
 
| 2 time = Day
 
| 2 time = Day
 
| 2 break effects = Strength -15% (head/20%); Vitality -15% (body/30%)
 
| 2 break effects = Strength -15% (head/20%); Vitality -15% (body/30%)
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==Battle==
 
==Battle==
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[[File:Spiracorn-FFXV.png|thumb|Spiracorn in battle.]]
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Spiracorns attempt to lance the player with their horns. They buck and kick those near them. Their charge attack can be blocked and parried. They are weak to one-handed swords, shields and fire and they resist ice and light. [[Cross chain]] can initiate against them.
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===Strategy===
 
===Strategy===
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[[warp-strike|Warp-striking]] spiracorns often topples them over. If caught in the middle of a herd, the player can hold the defense button and respond to the parry prompt when it appears. Since they appear in groups, throwing fire [[elemancy]] at them can catch the whole herd off guard.
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===Horn farming===
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[[File:Breaking Spiracorn appendage in FFXV.png|Breaking off the horn.|thumb]]
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Spiracorns can be used to [[Gil farming|farm gil]] if the player can efficiently break their horns. Locking onto the horns and warp-striking to them often works, and many [[Royal arms (Final Fantasy XV)|royal arms]] and the [[Cerberus (Final Fantasy XV weapon)|Cerberus]] are good weapons for breaking off enemy appendages. The horns can then be sold. The hunt version of the spiracorn yields the [[Sturdy Helixhorn]] needed to make the [[Ultima Blade (Final Fantasy XV)|Ultima Blade]]. The official guide erroneously lists the same drops for both the normal enemy and the hunt version of spiracorn, but the latter in fact has wholly different drops.
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The player doesn't need to kill anything so as long as they break the horns. By not killing the spiracorns, they will respawn without [[camp]]ing. The hunt can also be repeated.
   
 
==Related enemies==
 
==Related enemies==
*[[Mesmenir (Final Fantasy XV)|Mesminir]]
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*[[Mesmenir (Final Fantasy XV)|Mesmenir]]
 
*[[Magnanir]]
 
*[[Magnanir]]
 
*[[Duplicorn]]
 
*[[Duplicorn]]
 
*[[Leukorn]]
 
*[[Leukorn]]
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[[ru:Спирарог]]
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[[Category:Enemies in Final Fantasy XV]]
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[[Category:Marks in Final Fantasy XV]]

Latest revision as of 17:48, February 16, 2020

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Spiracorn is an enemy in Final Fantasy XV fought in the Cleigne region on the overworld as well as during two hunts. Spiracorns stay in herds and sometimes cross roads at creature crossings.

A pair of Lv.23 spiracorns fights in Cleigne Crossroads and All-Star Monster Mayhem in Totomostro under the team name Breakaway Bicorns.

BestiaryEdit

Alpha
Herbivore sporting an entwined pair of spiral horns jutting out from its forehead. Like its cousin the mesmenir, the spiracorn is innately wary of mankind, making domestication and riding unfeasible, though some features indicate the species may at one time have been selectively bred as destriers.
Size: 14.53 ft. Weight: 1.34 t
Beta
Spiracorn upon whose head a bounty rests. This breed eschews uniformity, and spiracorn behaviors vary by herd: some centering around larger leaders, some focused on expansion, and so on.
Size: 14.69 ft. Weight: 1.38 t

HuntEdit

NameLocationRankTypeMarkHabitatLevelRewardStars
Untamed Wild HorsesCoernix Station - Alstor3
Red Hunt Icon
Spiracorn x7Alstor Slough (Daytime)253,870 gil, Megalixir★★
NameLocationRankTypeMarkHabitatLevelRewardStars
The Last SpiracornsOld Lestallum1
Red Hunt Icon
Duplicorn x2, Spiracorn x3Lower Wennath (Daytime)294,610 gil, Megalixir★★

StatsEdit

Enemy

Hunt

BattleEdit

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Spiracorn in battle.

Spiracorns attempt to lance the player with their horns. They buck and kick those near them. Their charge attack can be blocked and parried. They are weak to one-handed swords, shields and fire and they resist ice and light. Cross chain can initiate against them.

StrategyEdit

Warp-striking spiracorns often topples them over. If caught in the middle of a herd, the player can hold the defense button and respond to the parry prompt when it appears. Since they appear in groups, throwing fire elemancy at them can catch the whole herd off guard.

Horn farmingEdit

Breaking Spiracorn appendage in FFXV

Breaking off the horn.

Spiracorns can be used to farm gil if the player can efficiently break their horns. Locking onto the horns and warp-striking to them often works, and many royal arms and the Cerberus are good weapons for breaking off enemy appendages. The horns can then be sold. The hunt version of the spiracorn yields the Sturdy Helixhorn needed to make the Ultima Blade. The official guide erroneously lists the same drops for both the normal enemy and the hunt version of spiracorn, but the latter in fact has wholly different drops.

The player doesn't need to kill anything so as long as they break the horns. By not killing the spiracorns, they will respawn without camping. The hunt can also be repeated.

Related enemiesEdit

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