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Job: Dragoon/Warrior
Family: Pugil
Crystal: Water
Weak to: Lightning, Ice

Notorious Monster

Serra

Serra

Zone

Level

Drops

Steal

Spawns

Notes

Bibiki Bay - Purgonorgo Isle

49

1

S, L
4,200~4,400 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
Bibiki-bay-Purgonorgo-Isle nm

Notes:

  • Lottery Spawn from a Jagil PH: 2D along the western seashore (in the surf, not on the land), around (F-9), every 1-6 hours.
  • Jagil respawn time is 5 minutes. After the NM is killed, the Placeholder respawn time is 12 minutes.

(see testimonials)

(see videos)

  • Widescan List from the bottom of the list, standing in middle of beach water. Middle is just left of rock by wooden boat.
  • Coralline Uragnite
  • Jagil
  • Jagil
  • Coralline Uragnite
  • Coralline Uragnite
  • Jagil <----------------PLACEHOLDER
  • Coastal Opo-opo
  • Jagil
  • Toucan
  • Jagil <- last Jagil on widescan.

Alternatively, when another adventurer camped Serra for Magian Trial #4 the widescan data was the following:

  • Jagil
  • Coralline Uragnite
  • Coralline Uragnite
  • Jagil
  • Jagil
  • Coralline Uragnite (this can be a Kraken immediately after a version update)
  • Jagil <----------------PLACEHOLDER
  • Coastal Opo-opo
  • Jagil
  • Toucan
  • Jagil <- last Jagil on widescan
    • This suggests Coralline Uragnites may share spawn positions with other monsters, so be mindful.
  • Addendum; while doing trial 4, standing in above position my widescan list was as above (alt) but with an Alraune and a Coastal Opo-opo below last jagil mentioned. The placeholder is still the one pointed out between the Urganite and Opo.

Trial of the Magians

Historical Background

In Medieval folklore, the Serra is a large creature which is a combination of a fish, a lion, and a bird. It vaguely resembled a dragon, but had feathered wings and a body that was a cross of a fish and a lion. It would cause ships to sink by cutting into them with the serrated crest along its back. It appears in Philippe de Thaun's Bestiaire (1120s CE). It was apparently based on the sawfish. Serra is the Latin word meaning "saw". The Spanish word sierra is derived from serra.