Why is the Bestiary important?

Well to be frank, if you’re here to play the game and finish up the story, you could leave the Bestiary incomplete and nobody would try and get on your case about it. But, like completing a Pokedex, there’s a thrill to being able to say you encountered (and defeated) every enemy present in the game! Not to mention, Steam users will be able to unlock many sidequests that DS users were able to get from Wi-Fi through certain percentage completion levels of the Bestiary. So if you’re playing using Steam, it pays to make sure you inspect every nook and cranny of the overworld.

This section isn’t going to give you a ton of number specs about the creatures. What you’ll find instead are where you can find every single enemy in the game, should you find yourself with a few missing spots. As mentioned in the Gysahl section of this guide, the old man in the village of Gysahl will be your Bestiary resource. I know, I know, it’s annoying to not be able to have it on hand in the menu, but that’s the way it goes.

Good luck completing your Bestiary, hunter!

Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Square Enix
  • Platforms
    Android, iOS, DS
  • Genre
  • Guide Release
    30 July 2015
  • Last Updated
    7 December 2020
  • Guide Author

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Four young orphans, born around the village of Ur, find a Crystal of Light after an earthquake in a cave nearby. The Crystal, after infusing them with its power, implores them to go forth and restore the balance of light and dark. Not knowing the magnitude of their task but nonetheless realising its importance, the group set out to stop the World's destruction. Our guide covers the Nintendo remake and the recent release on Steam, iOS and Android.

Inside you will find:

  • A full walkthrough of all the main story events.
  • All side quests, including the new dungeons in the remake.
  • Information on monsters and items.

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