|Behemoth's Dominion||80-80||1||A, T(S)|
|Nyzul Isle Investigation (Floor 20)||1||A, T(S)|
|Nyzul Isle Investigation (Floor 40)||1||A, T(S)|
HP = Detects Low HP; M = Detects Magic; Sc = Follows by Scent; T(S) = True-sight; T(H) = True-hearing
JA = Detects job abilities; WS = Detects weaponskills; Z(D) = Asleep in Daytime; Z(N) = Asleep at Nighttime
- Respawn: 21-24 hours
- Every thirty minutes a ten second window will open. During this window, there is a chance Behemoth will spawn.
- If Behemoth does not spawn during a window the next window will be thirty minutes from the opening of the previous window.
- These windows continue every half hour between 21 and 24 hours until Behemoth spawns.
- If Behemoth has not spawned before the 24 hour mark, it is certain he will spawn on the final window at 24 hours.
- King Behemoth is a lottery spawn of Behemoth four days after King Behemoth was previously killed.
- After three days, King Behemoth has a chance of spawning.
- Can be defeated by 4 level 75's; a DD, a WHM, a tank, and a support job. Known to be duod by a NIN/WAR and RDM/WHM.
- Behemoth will rage after 30 minutes.
In Biblical legend, the Behemoth was a giant land creature. It is described as the most powerful land animal, a primal beast which cannot be defeated by humans (because it can only be killed by its creater, Yahweh) in the Book of Job in the Old Testament. It is implied to be a mammal and herbivore from its description. It was the counterpart to the Leviathan. In Judaic legend, the Behemoth (having the horns and the strength) and the Leviathan (having the fins and the power) will fight, but both be slain by Yahweh, who will distribute their meat as food along with meat from the Ziz (a gigantic bird) (Behemoth is said to represent the land, Leviathan the sea, and Ziz the air). The Apocryphal Book of Enoch states Behemoth dwells in the Dundayin Desert, east of the Garden of Eden. The word behemoth has entered the English language as anything extremely large or powerful. Behemoth is Hebrew for "animals". It is believed the Arabic Bahamut is a translation of Behemoth (though oddly enough, Bahamut is a giant fish and the animal atop him, Kujata, is a giant bull).