Mokele-mbembe (Sauromar in the second installment) is a sauropod enemy found in the final stratum of Etrian Odyssey II, the Forbidden Wood.

Sauromar (Etrian Odyssey II) Edit

It has grown so large that it requires a diet of human meat to provide the necessary protein.
Enemy Data
HP 1800
AT 70
DF 70
EXP 11700
Skills Step
Items Blue Skull, Plum Scale
Weakness Ice, Volt, Fire
Resistance Physical
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Sauromars can only be found in random encounters on 30F in Etrian Odyssey II: Heroes of Lagaard. Alternatively, they can be found in ambushes when gathering items at item points throughout the 6th Stratum.

Skills Edit

  • Step (Uses legs):

Related Monsters Edit

Mokele-mbembe (Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold) Edit

Don't let its size fool you, this is one of the swiftest forest fiends!
Enemy Data
HP 2396
AT 58
DF 44
EXP 32000
Skills Electric Impact
Items Blue Skull, Petrified Scale (conditional), Kaiju Round Tip (ingredient)
Weakness Ice
Resistance Physical Attacks, Instant Death, Petrify, Fear, Curse, Paralyze, Leg Bind
Immune Volt, Panic
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Mokele-mbembe can be found through most of the 6th stratum, starting from 26F.

They very dangerous enemies, capable of dealing massive volt elemental damage with Electric Impact after spending a turn charging the attack. Unlike their 2nd Stratum counterparts, the Sauroposeidon, the Mokele-mbembe is incredibly fast, even capable of outspeeding some of the fastest Survivalists. You can stop this powerful attack by either inflicting head bind or inflicting sleep on it. Other status effects also work, but this enemy is resistant to most of them. Using Volt Wall can block some hits, but won't guarantee the survival of the entire party due to the random nature of said attack.

Skills Edit

  • Electric Impact (uses head): Massive volt-elemental damage to random targets. Hits 2-4 times, may stun.

Conditional Drop Edit

In order to get its conditional drop, the Petrified Scale, you must petrify the Mokele-mbembe. Selling this to the shop unlocks the Berserker Mail, the strongest armor for Landsknechts.

Related Monsters Edit

Trivia Edit

  • Mokele-mbembe is a reference to a sauropod creature of the same name, said to live in the Congo River basin, sometimes referred to as a spirit. However, to this day, no evidences of the creature's existence have been found.

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