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Flygourd (also refered to as Hell Pumpkin and Dazing Pumpkin) is a recurring enemy in the series, and is part of a trio of pumpkin FOEs, often associated with each other and sometimes even fought together.

Of the three Pumpkins, Flygourd is usualy the most offensive one, focusing less on status effects compared to the others. It also often boasts a very high resistance to elemental attacks.

Flygourd (Etrian Odyssey II)Edit

Flygourd
Flygourd
A pumpkin monster that lures travelers in with hand-like appendages in order to assault them.
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HP 1470
AT 48
DF 48
EXP 0
Skills Pain, Dance
Items Small Bone, Lilac Vine, Curse Vine (Conditional)
Weakness Ice, Volt
Resistance Fire
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Flygourds are found in the 4th Stratum. They are Invisible FOEs usually waiting in ambush within enclosed pitfall traps. Their physical defense is huge, so pretty much any non-elemental attack will deal at most 5 DP. They are a moderate threat due to their somewhat high attack power, but nothing a full party can't handle.

Their Pain skill does minor fire damage to the entire party, and their Dance skill, which also hits the entire party, can bind multiple body parts at once.

Skills Edit

  • Pain (Uses Arms):
  • Dance (Uses ???):

Conditional DropEdit

  • In order to get the Flygourd's conditional drop, the Curse Vine, you must kill the Flygourd whilst it's completely bound.

Related MonstersEdit

Hell Pumpkin (Etrian Odyssey III)Edit

Hell Pumpkin
Hell Pumpkin
A more powerfull form of the Death Pumpkin. The grudges given form constrict its prey
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HP 1430
AT 54
DF 55
EXP 4666
Skills Scorching Hell, Bewildering Eye, Halloween
Items Cursed Bone, Cursed Vine
Weakness None
Resistance Elemental
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Hell Pumpkins appear somewhat infrequently starting on B22F.

They can use Bewildering Eye to bind the heads of the party, which will make them more vulnerable to its Scorching Hell attack.

Skills Edit

  • Scorching Hell (Uses ???): Fire elemental attack that hits the entire party.
  • Bewildering Eye (Uses ???): Has a chance to seal the heads of the entire party.
  • Halloween (Uses ???):

Conditional DropEdit

  • To get its conditional drop, the Cursed Vine, you must kill this monster whilst it's completely bound.

Related MonstersEdit

Flygourd (Etrian Odyssey IV)Edit

Flygourd
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HP 7557
AT 70
DF 70
EXP ???
Skills Bewildering Eye, Scorching Hell, Trigourd Tune
Items Cursed Bone, Cursed Vine
Weakness None
Resistance Fire, Frost, Volt
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Flygourd is one of the three Ghastly Gourds who haunt the B2F of the Hall of Darkness. All three are passive until the Player decides to engage one of them, in which case the remaining two will turn aggressive towards the player.

Flygourd's most notable skill is its Healing Chant, which heals itself and any other allies for 1800 HP.

Skills Edit

  • Bewildering Eye (Uses ???):
  • Scorching Hell (Uses ???):
  • Trigourd Tune (Uses ???):

Related Monsters Edit

Dazing Pumpkin (Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold) Edit

Dazing Pumpkin
Dazing Pumpkin
It uses its vines to lure in unsuspecting adventurers before it ends their lives.
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HP 5842
AT 35
DF 35
Skills Berserk Vines, Esnaring Vines
Items Purple Vines
Weakness Physical Attacks, Panic
Resistance Elemental Attacks, Instant Death, Petrify
Immune Stun, All Binds
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Flygourd, renamed as Dazing Pumpkin, appears as a FOE on the 4th floor of the Ginnungagap.

This ghastly FOE is capable of traveling very fast across the floor. Whenever it faces a wall, it will instantly teleport to the other side of it, making it confusing to keep track of their movements until you complete a good portion of the map. This also allows it to ambush less cautious adventurers, so keeping an eye on the map at all times is crucial in order to avoid them. Observing their patterns and marking the points where they appear out of the walls is also helpful.

In combat, they will often use Ensnaring Vines, which attempts to bind several body parts of your entire party, as well as Berserk Vines, which deals heavy damage to random targets 3 times. Overall they aren't very dangerous as long as you make sure to bring protection against the binds that affects your party the most. They are also vulnerable to confusion, should you have trouble dealing with them. Do keep in mind that they are immune to all three binds however. When low on health, they will summon Deathly Pumpkins to aid them.

Skills Edit

  • Ensnaring Vines (uses ???): Inflicts head, arm and leg bind on the entire party.
  • Berserk Vines (uses ???): Deals heavy damage to random targets. Hits 3 times.

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