Difference between revisions of "Zombie Lupin"

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*Level: 28
*Level: 28
*HP: 1,800
*HP: -
*MP: 100
*MP: -
*Experience: 90
*Experience: -
*Knock Back: 100
*Knock Back: -
*Speed: 30
*Speed: -


== Attack ==
== Attack ==

Revision as of 21:48, 12 January 2011

Description

Zombie Lupin.PNG

A monster that comes about thanks to a cursed doll created by Hines (Grendel the Really Old), the Head Magician at Ellinia, with black magic gone wrong (perhaps voodoo or the casting of a curse). It is much faster and stronger than Lupin (this may be to do with the fact it possesses supernatural power, and because scientists believe that children are susceptible to paranormal phenomena, this may explain the Lupin's childish and monkey looks), but since it's an undead monster, it is very weak against holy attacks, and vulnerable to Heal.

Stats

  • Level: 28
  • HP: -
  • MP: -
  • Experience: -
  • Knock Back: -
  • Speed: -

Attack

  • Weapon Attack: 120
  • Magic Attack: 135
  • Accuracy: 110

Defense

  • Weapon Defense: 70
  • Magic Defense: 70
  • Avoidability: 25

Drops

Equipment:
Warrior
Equipment:
Magician
Equipment:
Thief
Equipment:
Bowman
Equipment:
Pirate
Equipment:
All
Use Etc. Ore Mesos
Mithril Tower Shield
Black Jangoon Skirt (F)
Black Jangoon Armor (F)
Emerald Fitted Mail (F)
The Nine Dragons
Yellow Jangoon Armor (M)
Lionheart
Arc Staff
Brown Guiltian
Dark Starlight (M)
Dark Pilfer
Purple Avenger (F)
Blood Avarice
Shinkita
Bronze Wolfskin
Purple Steal Pants (F)
Rower
Green Legolier Pants (M)
Green Legolier (M)
Silver Crow
Rower
Dark Legolia
Dark Pole-Feather Hat
Red Misty
Red Whip
Blue Potion
White Potion
10% Scroll for Spear for Accuracy
Cursed Doll
Lupin Doll
Stiff Feather
Gloves Production Stimulator
Bow Production Stimulator
Magic Powder (Brown)
Magic Powder (Green)
Magic Powder (Purple)
Two-Handed Sword Forging Stimulator
Zombie Lupin Card
Amethyst Ore
Orihalcon Ore
107-153

Idea of origin

The Zombie Lupin looks like a monkey, same goes for the Lupin. Perhaps the name "Lupin" originated from the plant, maybe it has something to do with the monkey's habitat.