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Bravely Default
Strategy Guide

Author(s): Vincent Lau
First Published: 14-02-2014 / 00:00 GMT
Last Updated: 20-03-2018 / 09:04 GMT
Version: 1.0 (????) 25-09-2018 / 08:10 GMT

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Bestiary (and Steal list)

Bestiary (and Steal list)

Bestiary Help

For the purposes of filling D’s Journal or simply to satsify your curiousity, we’ve included an in-depth bestiary of where to find every single enemy in the game, what element or family they’re weak against and what item(s) you can steal from them.

Stealing Tips

The Thief Glove's description is a bit misleading; it adds 25% to your steal rate.

Firstly, to make your life easier, change to the Thief job or equip the Master Thief ability and equip the Thief Gloves to increase your steal rate to 75%. You can also use Prayer (Freelancer) beforehand to bump the rate up to 100% and equip Rob Blind (Thief) to duplicate all stolen items!

Secondly, if an enemy has two items that you can steal from them, you will only steal one of the two items from them on your first successful steal attempt. To steal the second item, simply attempt to steal again during the same battle.

Lastly, we’ve underlined any equipment you can steal, for good measure.

Location, Relocation

Unless an enemy is specified to be found from Chapter 5 (or a location that can only be accessed after Chapter 5), all enemies will disappear from their usual haunts starting from Chapter 5.

However don’t fret, as all of the missing enemies can be found in Dimension’s Hasp (with improved stats).