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Furyhorn is a low level FOE that has appeared in every game of the series to date. Their names were originally translated as Ragelopes, switching to Furyhorn for Etrian Odyssey II. Both Etrian Odyssey Untold games use their original name, however.

They are surprisingly powerful deer with an imposing presence. Their fur is pale blue, and they have a golden mane. Their beautiful appearance hides a brutally territorial beast responsible of the deaths of many novice explorers; ironically, these creatures are herbivorous.

Since it was also the very first of the FOEs introduced, it is one of the most famous monsters, usually even considered a staple of the series.

Ragelope (Etrian Odyssey)Edit

Ragelope
Ragelope
An extremely aggressive horned monster whose uncontrollable fury

gives it lethal strength.

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HP 330
AT 45
DF 26
EXP 297
Skills Scream
Items Horn, Large Fang
Weakness Volt
Resistance None
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The Ragelope is the first FOE that you encounter in Etrian Odyssey. These deer are first found on B2F, but can be found all over the Emerald Grove afterwards. They usually patrol set areas, but in rare cases they may ambush and chase players trying to claim a treasure chest.

They look exactly like the Fender, but are way stronger than any monsters found on B2F, able to easily annihilate any explorers who approach them unprepared. Aside from its higher than average attack and defense, the Ragelope has an ability called Scream, which can inflict the confuse status on your characters. New players should probably wait until approximately Level 8-10 before attempting to face one.

Ragelopes, like many earlier FOEs, are susceptible to the Alchemist's Poison skill. A good strategy for taking them on earlier is to have your team defend while an alchemist tries to inflict Poison. Skills that boost the party's defense, such as the Medic's Immunize or the Protector's physical guards, are also useful.

Skills Edit

  • Scream (Uses ???):

Conditional Drop Edit

  • None.

Related MonstersEdit

PopularityEdit

As the very first of the infamous FOEs, Ragelopes have become a staple of the series' unforgiving difficulty and a somewhat unofficial mascot. Several media on the web (mostly in Japan) depicts harmless-looking deer viciously turning the tables on their would-be hunters. People familiar with IOSYS FOE! to no Souguuanimation will most likely remember the scene where a cute-looking deer is slaughtering a playing party while the narrator states in horror "It can't be, the FOE has destroyed the party".

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From Nico Nico Douga.

On Etrian Odyssey-related threads on forums and imageboards, they are usually called Rapealopes due to their high body count. Newbies will usually be advised to "pet the deer and always rest in the clearing" as an initiation joke from veteran players.

Furyhorn (Etrian Odyssey II)Edit

Furyhorn
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A deer whose beautiful fur and magnificent horn can bewitch travelers.
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HP 420
AT 18
DF 18
EXP 0
Skills Step
Items Deer Hide, Gum Hide
Weakness Fire
Resistance Ice, Volt
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Furyhorns are pretty much the same as their previous incarnation, the Ragelope. They live and prosper within the Ancient Forest, where they have become a dangerous pest for explorers.

Even though they are no longer the first FOEs introduced, they are still patrolling the second and third floors. They are way stronger than before, their numbers have increased, and some have irregular patrolling patterns; trying to evade them can be somewhat tricky for novice explorers. They do not chase explorers aggressively but will not hesitate to destroy them.

Their skill, Step, does moderate damage, hits the party three times, usually a specific row/line and has a high chance to confuse the target.

TacticsEdit

Having a medic and a Dark hunter will help immensely. Bind its legs to avoid Step and prioritize healing characters who have lower defenses first. If your medic has leveled enough to learn refresh , which cures ailments, focus on curing confused party members with high attack power first to prevent fatal friendly fire. Therica B's can also be useful.

If a Furyhorn is approached from behind the player always receives a preemptive strike, useful as that extra turn can be used to seal it's legs.

Skills Edit

  • Step (Uses Legs):

Conditional Drop Edit

  • None.

Related MonstersEdit

Furyhorn (Etrian Odyssey III)Edit

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Furyhorn
Furyhorn(EOIV)
A vicious deer with immense horns. It strikes fear into explorers with its cry before attacking.
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HP 784
AT 18
DF 17
EXP 1824
Skills Stomp, Muddle Roar
Items Fawn Hide
Weakness Fire, Volt
Resistance None
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Furyhorns are once again back in Etrian Odyssey IV. Their modus operandi remains the same as in the previous game, using their roar to try confusing the whole front row and dealing powerful normal attacks afterwards.

One Furyhorn appears in the Small Orchard when both Furyfawns are killed. When it arrives, it will be aggressive torwards the player, traveling two spaces at once and being able to leap over pools of water. Should the party escape with an Ariadne Thread and return, it will be passive, patrolling both routes that its Furyfawn children are usually found on.

Another Furyhorn be found galloping back and forth in the Valley Spring, though this one is passive.

Skills Edit

  • Stomp (Uses ???):
  • Muddle Roar (Uses ???):

Conditional Drop Edit

  • None.

Related MonstersEdit

Ragelope (Etrian Odyssey Untold)Edit

Ragelope
Furyhorn(EOIV)
An extremely aggressive monster whose uncontrollable fury gives it lethal strength.
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HP 1055
AT 17
DF 13
EXP 700
Skills Baffling step, Knockdown
Items Deer Antler
Weakness Volt
Resistance None
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Like the original game, the Ragelope is the first FOE to be encountered in the game. In the beginning of the game, it is a good idea to avoid them for the time being. This is not too difficult to accomplish, as Ragelopes only go back and forth on the row they're on.

Not only do Ragelopes have a high attack for the area, they can use Baffling Step to possibly cause a party member to panic. They can also use the skill Knockdown, which is a stab attack that does slightly more damage than their standard attack.

Skills Edit

  • Baffling Step (Uses leg):
  • Knockdown (Uses head):

Conditional Drop Edit

  • None.

Locations Edit

  • Emerald Grove: B2F, B5F

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Ragelope (Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold)Edit

Ragelope
Furyhorn(EOIV)
With its magnificent horns, it can mesmerize adventurers!
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HP 1680
AT 18
DF 13
EXP 900
Skills Baffling Step, Knockdown
Items Deer Hide, Severed Antler (conditional), Venison (ingredient)
Weakness Volt
Resistance Death, Petrify
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Ragelopes are the first FOE encountered in Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight. In the beginning of the game, it is a good idea to avoid them for the time being. This is not too difficult to accomplish, as Ragelopes only patrol fixed areas in circles.

Ragelopes can use Baffling Step to possibly cause a party member to panic. They can also use the skill Knockdown, which is a stab attack that does slightly more damage than their standard attack.

Skills Edit

  • Baffling Step (Uses legs): Inflicts panic on a single party member.
  • Knockdown (Uses head): Deals heavy damage to a single character.

Conditional Drop Edit

  • Severed Antler: Kill with a cut attack.

Locations Edit

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