Though normally a human, this enemy changes to dragon-form during battle, spewing poisonous breath.Final Fantasy VI PlayStation Bestiary entry
The Weredragon, also known as the Allosaur or the Allosaurus, is an enemy in Final Fantasy VI.
Coliseum setup Edit
Weredragon is vulnerable to Death attacks, so the player can equip weaponry like the Zantetsuken or the Wing Edge for a quick victory. Equipping a Reflect Ring will also reflect the monster's Death spell back at it. Also, Gogo with three Sketch commands provides a chance for it to cast Death on it by itself.
|Number||Enemies||Encounter flags||Introduction flag||Musical theme||Magic AP|
|Norm. Normal||Back||Surr. Surrounded||Side|
|314||Weredragon, Parasite x3||Sides, individual||Battle||3|
AI scripts Edit
Normal script Edit
1st Turn: Venom Claw (33%) or Nothing (33%) or Venomist (33%)
Coliseum script Edit
1st Turn: Attack (33%) or Venom Claw (33%) or Death (33%)
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Related enemies Edit
- The sprite that is shared between Weredragon, Chaos Dragon, Hexadragon, Tyrannosaur, and Earth Dragon was used and modified for some of the Salmando class dragons in Bahamut Lagoon, namely the Deboahan and Aspidredon.