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Final Fantasy Monsters: Adamant


This long-running turtloid has had many manglings of its English name. With its spiky shell it has a very high defense against physical attacks. It often appears near the end of the game.

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FF2 NES in-game FF2 PSX in-game FF2
-Adamantoise (NA) / Adamant Hawksbill (JP)
-Spiketoise (NA) / Land Turtle (JP)
FF3 in-game FF3
-Adamant Hawksbill (JP)
-Land Turtle (JP)
FF4 in-game FF4
FF5 in-game FF5
-Glastos (NA) / Grass Tortoise (JP)
-Land Turtle
FF6 Adamant Carry in-game FF6
-Adamanchyt (NA) / Adamant Carry (JP)
-Baskervor (NA) / Briareus
-Chitonid (NA) / Murussu (JP)
FF7 in-game FF7
-Adamantaimai (NA) / Adamant Hawksbill (JP)
FF8 in-game FF8
-Adamantoise (NA) / Adamant Hawksbill (JP)
FF9 in-game FF9
-Adamantoise (NA) / Adamant Hawksbill (JP)
FF10 in-game FF10
-Adamantoise (NA) / Adamant Hawksbill (JP)
-Adamantortoise (NA) / Adamant Tortoise (JP)
FF11 in-game FF11
-Taturaga Gigante
FF11 in-game FF12
-Great Tortoise
-Silicon Tortoise
-Rocktoise (mark)
-Gil Snapper (mark)
-Aspidochelon (rare)

CP: Of the great shelled titantoises, the strain with the shell of the hardest metal is the adamantitan. The naturally-occuring adamantite that forms its shell cannot be manufacted, making the creature famouse among metalworkers. They are remarkable for the slowness of their growth, requiring several thousands of years to reach maturity.
-Great Tortoise
-Blade Biter
-Great Tortoise
MQ in-game Mystic Quest
-Adamant Turtle (NA) / Adamant Hawksbill (JP)
-Land Turtle