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Squidraken (スクイドラーケン, Sukuidorāken?), also known as Drakan and Squidlarkin, is a recurring enemy in the series.

AppearancesEdit

Final FantasyEdit

Squidraken is an enemy fought at Whisperwind Cove, exclusive to the Game Boy Advance and later releases. It is less dangerous than the Mindflayer, but can still utilize the Mind Blast ability. It can drop the Sage's Staff upon defeat.

Final Fantasy IXEdit

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Drakan is an enemy fought at Desert Palace. It fights using various status spells such as Mind Blast, Freeze, and Mustard Bomb, in addition to buffs such as Reflect and Vanish. Having Quina use Eat on a Drakan will allow him/her to learn Vanish from it.

Final Fantasy TacticsEdit

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Squidraken is a stronger version of the Piscodaemon, being able to utilize the Dischord ability to dispel buffs on a target. When poached, they can yield the valuable Sleep Blade.

Final Fantasy DimensionsEdit

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Squidraken is an enemy fought at the Bard's Challenge Dungeon, exclusive to the original phone release and thus making it a dummied enemy in future releases. It battles using Mind Blast and Bio, and when defeated has a chance to drop the Prism Rod.

Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

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World of Final FantasyEdit

Squidraken is an enemy and playable Mirage.

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EtymologyEdit

Squidraken is a portmanteau of "squid" and "kraken".

The Kraken were giant sea monsters, found in Norse and Icelandic mythology. Often depicted as gigantic octopuses or squids, they were thought to rise up from the deeps, grappling and then sinking small ships. Other myths held that the greatest dangers from the Kraken were the whirlpools left behind from their descent back into the deeps.

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