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This a list of monsters which appear in 8-Bit Theater, particularly random encounters.

CreepEdit

Creep

First Appearance: Episode 181: Monsters Are Weird Lookin'
Sprite: Creep (Final Fantasy, NES)

Cthulu-Style Overfiend Demon LordsEdit

Overfiend

First Appearance: Episode 094: Elsewhere in the Woods...
Found in Imp Forest encountered by White Mage and Black Belt. While White Mage suggested running away from it, Black Belt decides to use an Iron Hand Punch on it. However he ends up getting stuck within its web of tentacles.

DragonsEdit

Dragon

First Appearance: Episode 094: Elsewhere in the Woods...
A blue Dragon appeared in Imp Forest, which Black Belt explained that you couldn't conceive of a habitat lacking in such creatures. A red one appeared also in Gurgu Volcano, and a race of dragons supposedly live in the Cardia Islea, with Bahamut as their ruler and god.

Eye-StalkEdit

Eyestalk

First Appearance: Episode 529: The Beast in the Cave
Sprite: Eye Fang (Final Fantasy III, NES)

Eye ThingEdit

Eyething

First Appearance: Episode 1026: Fulfilling One's Role
Sprite: Phantom/Death Eye (Final Fantasy, NES)

FiendsEdit

Main article: Fiends

FaeriesEdit

First Mention: Episode 1188: The Mark
Sprite: N/A
Faeries are mythical creatures, whose wings are said to have "miracle" healing properties. They need their wings to live.

GhostsEdit

Ghost

First Appearance: Episode 010: It had to happen sometime.

Three ghosts appeared alongside three imps in Fighter McWarrior and Black Mage Evilwizardington's first random encounter outside Corneria. Another ghost appeared in passing in Imp Forest. Black Belt claims that they are a perfectly natural part of nature.

GiantsEdit

Main article: Giants
SQUISHIES

First Appearance: Episode 003: They call it "Giant's Forest" for a reason.
Sprite: Ogre (Final Fantasy, NES)
The Giant was the first monster to be encountered by Fighter McWarrior and Black Mage Evilwizardington. They both appear to live in the Giant's Forest and Imp Forest. Giants tend to be used as WMDs, mostly by launching them from catapults at something.

Giant SpidersEdit

First Appearance: Episode 265: Complications!
Sprite: Arachnid/Tarantula (Final Fantasy, NES)

Giant spiders are the minions of Drizz'l, and have been almost hunted into extinction. Giant Spiders have banned together to start "Giant Spiders for the Preservation of Giant Spiders".

ImpsEdit

Main article: Forest Imps

Forest imps are weak monsters that often cause mischief. They inhabit Imp Forest, which surrounds the Temple of Fiends where Garland dwells.

A purple variety of Imp also appears outside Corneria along with ghosts.

Kary's minionsEdit

OchusEdit

First Appearance: Episode 094: Elsewhere in the Woods...
An Ochu briefly appeared in Imp Forest. Black Belt called it a "Slimey Greeny Thingies" that are the basis of practically the entire food chain.

Orc ZombieEdit

First Appearance: Episode 405: Let's Face It, He'd Starve
Sprite: Berserker (Final Fantasy III, NES)

Rage TurtleEdit

First Appearance: Episode 729: The Life Aquatic
Sprite: Land Turtle (Final Fantasy III, NES)

True GuardianEdit

First Appearance: Episode 284: What Could It Be?!

WerewolvesEdit

First Appearance: Episode 089: Random Close Encounters of the Deadly Kind
Sprite: Werewolf (Final Fantasy, NES); "Crinos" form: Werewolf/Lynx (Final Fantasy III, NES; modified)
The Werewolves were the first enemies that the Light Warriors fought after their formation. Encountered in Imp Forest, they first appear as ordinary wolves, but can later transform into what Red Mage Statscowski calls their Crinos form. Werewolves are said to be near-invincible in this form.

As they are fought, Thief began by performing a backstab-surprise-critical attack on the wolves, but only succeeded in making them angrier. Fighter McWarrior is about to perform a move called the Tiger's Fang Strike before being stopped by Red Mage, who claims that only silver weapons can harm them; thus, he decides to strike the werewolves head-on, expecting that his comrades will follow up. They didn't, and Red Mage is gravely wounded. Refusing to cast white magic on himself (as that would decrease his versatility), he asks the other Light Warriors for a Potion, and is denied that wish, as the warriors are strapped for cash.

Meanwhile, the wolves transform into their powerful Crinos form, but begin bickering to one another. Noticing this distraction, Fighter decides that now was the time to attack them, but his sword can't damage them. One of the werewolves tosses Fighter back and then continues the argument. Noticing the stalemate, The Light Warriors decide to leave them to it and walk away to continue their quest, much to the dismay of Red Mage, as no experience is gained from the encounter.

YetiEdit

First Apperance: Episode 518.5: So Very Dead
Sprite: Bugbear / Gold Bear (Final Fantasy III, NES; modified)
The yeti is the self-proclaimed ruler of the artic wastelands. His kin involves incestuous relationships with each other as there aren't many of them inhabiting the lands. The Dark Warriors slaughter them all eventually and use their warm, fleshy remains as sleeping cots for the night.

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