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! One of:
 
! One of:
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Altep Ring]] {{Drop Rate|237|528}}
+
|[[Altep Ring]] {{Drop Rate|238|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Dem Ring]] {{Drop Rate|256|528}}
+
|[[Dem Ring]] {{Drop Rate|259|532}}
 
|}
 
|}
   
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! One of:
 
! One of:
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Ajari Bead Necklace]] {{Drop Rate|261|528}}
+
|[[Ajari Bead Necklace]] {{Drop Rate|263|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Philomath Stole]] {{Drop Rate|237|528}}
+
|[[Philomath Stole]] {{Drop Rate|239|532}}
 
|}
 
|}
   
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! One of:
 
! One of:
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Aquamarine]] {{Drop Rate| 25|528}}
+
|[[Aquamarine]] {{Drop Rate| 27|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Chrysoberyl]] {{Drop Rate| 17|528}}
+
|[[Chrysoberyl]] {{Drop Rate| 17|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Darksteel Ingot]] {{Drop Rate| 21|528}}
+
|[[Darksteel Ingot]] {{Drop Rate| 21|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Ebony Log]] {{Drop Rate| 11|528}}
+
|[[Ebony Log]] {{Drop Rate| 11|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Hi-Reraiser]] {{Drop Rate| 16|528}}
+
|[[Hi-Reraiser]] {{Drop Rate| 17|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Gold Ingot]] {{Drop Rate| 29|528}}
+
|[[Gold Ingot]] {{Drop Rate| 29|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Jadeite]] {{Drop Rate| 33|528}}
+
|[[Jadeite]] {{Drop Rate| 33|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Mythril Ingot]] {{Drop Rate| 43|528}}
+
|[[Mythril Ingot]] {{Drop Rate| 43|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Moonstone]] {{Drop Rate| 30|528}}
+
|[[Moonstone]] {{Drop Rate| 30|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Painite]] {{Drop Rate|104|528}}
+
|[[Painite]] {{Drop Rate|104|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Steel Ingot]] {{Drop Rate| 30|528}}
+
|[[Steel Ingot]] {{Drop Rate| 31|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Sunstone]] {{Drop Rate| 20|528}}
+
|[[Sunstone]] {{Drop Rate| 20|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Translucent Rock]] {{Drop Rate| 6|528}}
+
|[[Translucent Rock]] {{Drop Rate| 6|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Vile Elixir +1]] {{Drop Rate| 11|528}}
+
|[[Vile Elixir +1]] {{Drop Rate| 11|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Yellow Rock]] {{Drop Rate| 8|528}}
+
|[[Yellow Rock]] {{Drop Rate| 8|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Zircon]] {{Drop Rate| 14|528}}
+
|[[Zircon]] {{Drop Rate| 14|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Red Rock]] {{Drop Rate| 11|528}}
+
|[[Red Rock]] {{Drop Rate| 11|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Mahogany Log]] {{Drop Rate| 9|528}}
+
|[[Mahogany Log]] {{Drop Rate| 9|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Blue Rock]] {{Drop Rate| 5|528}}
+
|[[Blue Rock]] {{Drop Rate| 5|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Fluorite]] {{Drop Rate| 33|528}}
+
|[[Fluorite]] {{Drop Rate| 33|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Purple Rock]] {{Drop Rate| 6|528}}
+
|[[Purple Rock]] {{Drop Rate| 6|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Black Rock]] {{Drop Rate| 6|528}}
+
|[[Black Rock]] {{Drop Rate| 6|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Green Rock]] {{Drop Rate| 6|528}}
+
|[[Green Rock]] {{Drop Rate| 6|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[White Rock]] {{Drop Rate| 5|528}}
+
|[[White Rock]] {{Drop Rate| 5|532}}
 
|}
 
|}
 
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|width=2%|
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! Zero to One of:
 
! Zero to One of:
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Walkure Mask]] {{Drop Rate|29|528}}
+
|[[Walkure Mask]] {{Drop Rate|29|532}}
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
 
|- BGCOLOR=#e3e6ff align=center
|[[Kraken Club]] {{Drop Rate| 7|528}}
+
|[[Kraken Club]] {{Drop Rate| 7|532}}
 
|}
 
|}
 
|}
 
|}

Revision as of 19:20, May 27, 2012

Type: BCNM
Zone: Waughroon Shrine
Restrictions:
          Level: 60
          Members: 3
          Time: 15 minutes
Orb: Moon Orb (60 Beastmen's Seals)

Mobs

Name

Level

Type

Fe'e x 1

62

Sea Monk

Treasure

Your armoury crate will load out of the following groupings:

All of:
Black Pearl (100%)
Pearl x2 (100%)
Oxblood x3 (100%)
15000 gil (100%)
One of:
Altep Ring (44.7%)
Dem Ring (48.7%)
One of:
Ajari Bead Necklace (49.4%)
Philomath Stole (44.9%)
One of:
Aquamarine (5.1%)
Chrysoberyl (3.2%)
Darksteel Ingot (3.9%)
Ebony Log (2.1%)
Hi-Reraiser (3.2%)
Gold Ingot (5.5%)
Jadeite (6.2%)
Mythril Ingot (8.1%)
Moonstone (5.6%)
Painite (19.5%)
Steel Ingot (5.8%)
Sunstone (3.8%)
Translucent Rock (1.1%)
Vile Elixir +1 (2.1%)
Yellow Rock (1.5%)
Zircon (2.6%)
Red Rock (2.1%)
Mahogany Log (1.7%)
Blue Rock (0.9%)
Fluorite (6.2%)
Purple Rock (1.1%)
Black Rock (1.1%)
Green Rock (1.1%)
White Rock (0.9%)
Zero to One of:
Walkure Mask (5.5%)
Kraken Club (1.3%)

Notes

  • I found this to be false. With decent CHR+ gear (75 gear synced down) and an Apollo's staff, I was able to land 9 Lullaby before my first resist, and only the 7th and 8th had reduced time.
  • Has around 7000 to 7500 HP.
  • As damage is dealt to Fe'e, its tentacles start to break. This happens six times, and the chat log will notify you about it in the following manner: "One of the sea creature's tentacles has been wounded." When the last tentacle is wounded, it will say "All of the sea creature's tentacles have been wounded."
  • At first, Fe'e will attack you with weak hits, though it's capable of hitting many times in one turn. As its tentacles become wounded, his attacks become less numerous, but capable of inflicting more damage per hit.
  • When all of its tentacles are wounded, it will replace its standard physical attack with an attack that has the same animation that Ink Jet uses. This new attack is recorded in the log as a standard attack ("Fe'e hits Player for X points of damage"), but it will be treated as magical damage (it will bypass things like Invincible, Perfect Dodge, and Utsusemi) and also has a knockback effect. This new attack can hit for upwards to approximately 200-300 damage. By this point, its TP regeneration rate will skyrocket, so beware.
  • Beware of getting hit by its attacks, especially if you're working with a mage-based strategy. Critical hits can cause more than 750 damage.
  • A Bibiki Seashell can intimidate it frequently. Having one will most likely intimidate Fe'e about 3-5 times, and POSSIBLY up to 10-15 times per battle. Extremely useful if you're using a straight tanking method. (This of course, depends on how well the person holds hate, and how long the battle lasts).
  • If you plan to use the Sleep-Nuke-Strategy, be aware to fight it on Darksday, so your Sleep spells stick better. A Dark Staff / Pluto's Staff or Light Staff / Apollo's Staff also helps quite a bit in this battle.
  • The Dec. 20, 2006 update added the weapon Kraken Club to the BCNM reward table. Source

Strategy

Up in Arms Strategies

Videos

See the Video page.

Historical Background

The Samoans had a very rich culture and mythology, believing that their islands and they themselves were the creation of the god Tagaoloa. They also had a diverse pantheon of other gods, including Fe'e, the War-God. Samoan mythology depicts Fe'e as a huge octopus, living under the sea with his tentacles reaching to the far corners of the known world like a huge compass. Believed to cause thunderstorms by his very voice, the Samoan king's diviners would listen to thunder and discern if it was auspicious to go to war or not.


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