Job: Thief
Family: Rafflesia
Weak to:

Notorious Monster



Zone Level Drops Steal Spawns Notes
Fort Karugo-Narugo (S) 1 A, L, H
??? HP
A = Aggressive; NA = Non-Aggresive; L = Links; S = Detects by Sight; H = Detects by Sound;
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; A(R) = Aggressive to Reive participants


  • Spawned by selecting "Shredded Label" at (E-9) outside Fort Karugo-Narugo (S) with Green-Labeled Crate key item. A level 70 cap will be placed.
  • Assisted by: Honey Fly x6
  • Has very high(30-100?) DoT poison additional effects on attacks. Blink tanking recommended if you don't have multiple means of removing poison quickly. Even with Regen III, PLD/WAR HP dropped very quickly.
  • Can be kited around the pillar next to the Shredded Label if needed.

Possible Rewards

Item Abundance
Darksteel Harness Augmented 0%Unknown(0%)
Kazaridachi Augmented 0%Unknown(0%)
Acid Bolt Quiver 0%Unknown(0%)
Blind Bolt Quiver 0%Unknown(0%)
Gold Beastcoin 0%Unknown(0%)
Kindred's Seal 0%Unknown(0%)
Platinum Silk Thread 0%Unknown(0%)
Silver Thread 0%Unknown(0%)
Steel Bullet Pouch 0%Unknown(0%)
Tree Cuttings 0%Unknown(0%)
Venomous Claw 0%Unknown(0%)

Possible Augments

Item Augments
Darksteel Harness

[Body] All Races
DEF: 39 Trans Light +2 Trans Dark +2
Physical damage taken -3%
Lv. 65 WAR / MNK / RDM / THF / PLD / DRK / BST / BRD / SAM / NIN / DRG / BLU / COR / DNC


[Great Katana] All Races
DMG: 76 Delay: 450 CHR +2
Lv. 67 SAM

Agility +0~1
Ranged Accuracy +0~4

Historical Background

Amaranthus, collectively known as amaranth or pigweed, is a cosmopolitan genus of herbs. Approximately 60 species are presently recognized, with inflorescences and foliage ranging from purple and red to gold. Members of this genus share many characteristics and uses with members of the closely related genus Celosia.

Although several species are often considered weeds, people around the world value amaranths as leaf vegetables, cereals, and ornamentals.

The word comes from the Greek amarantos (Αμάρανθος or Αμάραντος) the "one that does not wither," or the never-fading (flower).