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A Mirage that flaps around on a set of tiny little wings. Attempts to suck blood when it runs low on health—but hey, haven't we all been there? Swing this bat all you want; you won't get a home run.

Mirage Manual entry

Werebat is an enemy in World of Final Fantasy.

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FormationsEdit

Location Formation
Mako Reactor 0 - Sector 2 Werebat x2, Bihydra x2
Mako Reactor 0 - Sector 2 Werebat x2, Bihydra
Mako Reactor 0 - Sector 3 Werebat x2, Bombino x2
Mako Reactor 0 - Sector 4 Bombino x2, Werebat x2
Tometown of the Ancients Werebat x2, Vampire x2 (One-time battle)
The Train Graveyard - Necropolis 1 Werebat x2, Ice Bat x2
The Train Graveyard - Necropolis 3 Werebat x2, Vampire x2
The Train Graveyard - Necropolis 4 Werebat x3, Demivampire
The Train Graveyard - Necropolis 4 Vampire Stack (Werebat, Vampire) x2
The Train Graveyard - Necropolis 5 Vampire x2, Werebat, Vampire Stack (Werebat, Vampire)
The Coliseum - Vampire Pedigree 1 Vampire Prime Stack (Werebat, Vampire, Vampire Prime) x2
The Coliseum - Vampire Pedigree 2 Vampire Prime Stack (Werebat, Vampire, Vampire Prime) x2
The Coliseum - The Bitees' Biters' Biter Vampire Prime, Werebat x3
The Coliseum - Consecutive Boss Battles 3 *(Maxima only) Vampire Prime, Werebat x4 *(Battle 2)
The Coliseum - Test of Might 5 *(Maxima only) Vampire Stack (Werebat, Vampire), Paleberry Stack (Water Golem, Paleberry), Mythril Giant Stack (Mindflayer, Mythril Giant)
EX Dungeon B - Area 1 Werebat x3
EX Dungeon B - Area 3 Werebat, Vampire, Chrome Giant
Hidden Dungeon - Earth route - Floor 2 Werebat x2, Mordskull
Hidden Dungeon - Earth route - Floor 2 Werebat x2, Imp x2
Hidden Dungeon - Earth route - Floor 2 Werebat x2, Vampire x2

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EtymologyEdit

In folklore and fantasy fiction, were- is often used as a prefix applied to an animal name to indicate a type of lycanthropy and/or shapeshifter (e.g. "were-boar"). Hyphenation used to be mandatory but is now commonly dropped, as in werecat and wererat. This usage can be seen as a back-formation from werewolf (literally, "man-wolf"), as there is no equivalent wifewolf.

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