Living Bread

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Living Bread is an enemy found in the Orange Oasis.

Battle

Living Bread has 250 HP.png heart, 75 MP.png juice, 45 attack, 15 defense, 5 speed and 10 luck. Like most enemies, it will behave differently according to its emotion:

Emotion Behaviour Rewards
Neutral Living Bread
65% chance of doing a normal attack.

40% chance of doing nothing.

Else, it will bite, dealing high damage to a party member. Observe.png

1/25 chances of dropping a bread.

411 exp.

230 Clams.png clams.

Happy Living Bread
35% chance of doing a normal attack.

45% chance of doing nothing.

Else, it will bite, dealing high damage to a party member. Observe.png

1/15 chances of dropping a bread.

411 exp.

345 Clams.png clams.

Sad Living Bread
35% chance of doing a normal attack.

55% chance of doing nothing.

Else, it will bite, dealing high damage to a party member. Observe.png

1/25 chances of dropping a bread.

309 exp.

173 Clams.png clams.

Angry Living Bread
60% chance of doing a normal attack.

15% chance of doing nothing.

Else, it will bite, dealing high damage to a party member. Observe.png

1/25 chances of dropping a bread.

616 exp.

230 Clams.png clams.

Formulas

Skills that can be used when observe is used against the target are marked with Observe.png.

Attack: [2 * a.atk - b.def], this attack will never hit right in the heart.

Bite: [3 * a.atk - b.def], this attack will never hit right in the heart. Observe.png

Battle Quotes

Action quotes

* Living Bread swipes at [target]!
* Living Bread slowly inches toward [target]!
* Living Bread bites [target]!

Unused

* Living Bread twitches strangely.[1]
* Living Bread smells bad![1]
* Living Bread smells terrible![1]

Gallery

Trivia

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Two unused skills named "Bad smell setup" and "Bad smell skill" exists in the game files, supposedly, it would work like counter, being the first one the counter skill itself and the second one the reaction, which would be to decrease the defense of the attacker. These action texts refer to both respectively, being the latter an extra variation for the second.