Ghoul-type skeletons are found in nearly every region of Vana'diel. It is said that the souls of gluttons in life are doomed to an undeath of feeding on the flesh of mortals. The stomach of a ghoul is completely rotted away, and the inability to sate their hunger no matter how many corpses they consume causes these undead to be particularly violent.
Draugar-type skeletons are completely controlled by the curse of the Lamiae, possess no emotion and feel no pain. They merely fight until they can no longer move, but are capable of little more than the most basic behavior. Their ranks are easily replenished, so draugar are often used as a stalling tactic.
Weaknesses: , Fire , Light Blunt
Immune: Drain, Aspir, Sleep
High Resistances: , Ice , Dark Piercing
Behavior: Aggressive, Non Linking. Detection: Health (primary aggro trait), Sound (secondary aggro trait)
Ghoul-type skeletons generally come in two types,
Warriors (wield clubs and shields) and Black Mages (wield scythes, cast mainly ice-based spells). Drauagar-type skeletons have the jobs Black Mage (wield staves), Thief (wield daggers), Dark Knight (wield curved-blades), and Dragoon (wield polearms).
Area drain effect. This effects all characters within the range. You do not have to be in a party or alliance that is fighting this undead to be hit with this attack.
Black Cloud: Area blind and damage effect
Horror Cloud: Single target slow effect
Marrow Drain: Single target Aspir attack. Based on TP.
Hell Slash: Single target physical attack
Malediction: AoE strong Drain (~300). Only used by draugar.
Dereliction: AoE strong Drain and Aspir. Only used by draugar notorious monsters.
Note: Notorious Monsters in this family may use all of the above and/or additional unique special abilities.
Notorious Monsters in Family
Spawns during the Pirate event on the ferry when the middle pirate during the cut-scene is wearing a
Ferry - Mhaura/Selbina
Sea Robber Cudgel
Lottery Spawn from the Draugar Servant with a sword (DRK) in (I-6) every 21-24 hours
Lich C Magnus
Forced Spawn during the quest Blue Ribbon Blues by trading a Purple Ribbon to the Hume Bones at (M-10) on the second map
Lottery Spawn from the Black Mage Ghasts around (D-7) - (D-8) on the first map
Sea Serpent Grotto
Spawns during the Pirate event when the middle Summoner during the cut-scene is wearing a
Ferry - Mhaura/Selbina
Skull of Envy
Forced Spawned by trading 7 Flint Stones, 1 to each of the 7 Tallow Candles, at the same time
Skull of Gluttony
Skull of Greed
Skull of Lust
Skull of Pride
Skull of Sloth
Skull of Wrath
Lottery Spawn of Doom Warlocks around (G-8) every 2 hours
Quest NMs: Ancient Sorcerer, Ancient Warrior, Bodach, Cailleach Bheur, Owl Guardian, Dog Guardian, Yum Kimil, Lost Soul (NM), Namorodo, Scythe Victim, Skeleton Esquire
Mission NMs: Archlich Taber'quoan, Corrupted Soffeil, Corrupted Ulbrig, Corrupted Yorgos
Battlefield NMs: Cadaver Warrior (ENM), Cadaver Witch (ENM), Ghul-I-Beaban (BCNM)
Other NMs: Iruci (Assists: Vrtra), Pey (Assists: Vrtra), Xolotl's Hound Warrior (Assists: Xolotl), Xolotl's Sacrifice (Assists: Xolotl)
Monsters in Family
Animated human skeletons are known to have personified death in Western culture since the Middle Ages. The Grim Reaper is often depicted as a hooded skeleton holding a scythe (and occasionally an hourglass), which has been attributed to Hans Holbein the Younger (1538). Death as one of the biblical horsemen of the Apocalypse has been depicted as a skeleton riding a horse.
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