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Vana'diel Bestiary: Ketea  

Family:Hpemde
Found in:Abyssea-Vunkerl
Spawned using:Crimson Demilune Abyssite
Job:Black Mage
Secondary Job:Thief
Level:0
Grants Title:Ketea Beacher
Flags:
  • Notorious Monster
  • Aggro
  • Detects by True Sound
Drops:
Updated: Tue Mar 6 02:03:02 2012

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General Information

    • Respawn time is approximately ten to fifteen minutes after Ketea was last defeated.

  • Has an Ice Spikes effect when its mouth is closed that cannot be dispelled.

  • Absorbs magic damage and skillchain damage when its mouth is closed.

  • Susceptible to Stun, Slow, Paralysis, and Gravity.

  • AoE attacks performed by Ketea will hit all targets in range, regardless of whether they're in the party/alliance or have enmity on it.

Ketea's Special Attacks

  • Blizzaga IV - AoE Ice based magic damage (Circle of effect originates from spell target)

  • Blizzard V - Single target Ice based magic damage.

  • Blindga - AoE Blind effect (Circle of effect originates from spell target)

  • Bindga - AoE Bind effect (Circle of effect originates from spell target)

  • Paralyga - AoE Paralysis effect (Circle of effect originates from spell target)

  • Sleepga II - AoE Sleep effect (Circle of effect originates from spell target)

  • Temporal Shift - AoE Stun effect (Circle of effect originates from mob)

  • Ichor Stream - Frontal cone AoE Poison effect.

  • Sinuate Rush - AoE physical damage (Circle of effect originates from mob).

  • Rapid Molt - Self target full negative status effect removal with an additional Regen effect.

    • If there are no negative status effects on the Jailer of Prudence, it will not perform Rapid Molt.

  • Tail Thrust - Single target physical damage with an additional Paralysis effect.

Historical Information

In Greek mythology, the ketos (plural ketea) is a term that denotes a very large fish, a whale, a shark, or a sea monster. The Greek heroes Perseus and Herakles were both said to have defeated a ketos.

The word cetacean, which refers to aquatic mammals such as whales and dolphins, is derived from the word ketos.

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