Family: Ghost
Crystal: Ice
Weak to: Light, Fire

Notorious Monster

Dame Blanche

Dame Blanche







Korroloka Tunnel


  • 1,500~3,500 gil


A, H, HP
~1800 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
Korroloka Tunnel Composite


  • Lottery Spawn from the Bogys every 2-14+ hours around G-9 to J-9 / G-10 to I-10 on the far western map.
  • Drops 1~4 Sarcenet Cloth
  • Killable by: Solo at level 53
  • Cannot be slept
  • Attacks have Additional Effect: Terror
Hunt Registry Elusiveness Ferocity Required Scylds Rewarded Scylds Evolith Evolith
Bastok Mines (I-9)
5 3 0 15 Vs Arcana: Rng.Atk TriangleUpFilledFireFire Trans FireShape FilledTriangleUp

Historical Background

In French and Norman folklore, the Dame Blanche were pale ghosts of ladies which resided in ravines, bridges, and fords in the woods. Sometimes they would lead people to get lost in the woods at night, other times they would simply demand a dance from a traveler. Occasionally, they would fling the traveler into a ditch or ravine filled with thorny plants. Dame Blanche is French for "white lady".

La dame blanche was also the name of a comic operetta by Francois Boieldieu, first performed in 1825. It was about an English soldier, George Brown on vacation in Scotland who stays over at a castle, Laird of Avenel, where he learns about a ghost in the castle, a spectral woman called La Dame Blanche. She is considered benevolent. The steward of the castle, Gaveston, kidnaps the heir to the castle, causing Lord Avenel (owner of the castle), to put the castle up for sale, and uses a ward of Lord Avenel, Anna, to play the Dame Blanche to cause no one to want to buy the castle and the offering price of the castle to be low so Gaveston can buy it (he wants the castle because a statue dedictated to the Dame Blanche is filled with treasure). Anna only plays the part for Gaveston, and reveals to Brown, while acting like the Dame Blanche, of Gaveston's plot and asks him to outbid Gaveston in the auction for the castle. Anna as the Dame Blanche appears when Gaveston is defeated to give the treasure to Brown, who had no riches to back up hid bid, but Gaveston rips off her veil, revealing her not to be the ghost, but Anna. Anna knew Brown previously as she was a nurse and tended him back to full health when in Germany. Anna and George Brown get married at the end. The operetta's ghost was inspired by the Dame Blanche from folklore. And they would have gotten away with it too if it weren't for those meddling kids.


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