|Common Drop||Rare Drop||Common Steal||Rare Steal|
|Magic Def Sphere||Dark Matter||Lunar Curtain (x3)||Blessed Gem|
How To Unlock
Capture at least four each of the following fiends:
One-Eye can be a slightly challenging boss, as its one attack can inflict a variety of ailments. Shockwave will always be the move it uses first, which hits the entire party and inflict the following ailments: Confusion, Darkness, Silence, Sleep, and Slow. This move is quite troublesome, especially as One-Eye does have a tendency to ambush you sometimes. You can build some armor to protect against things like Confuse, Sleep and Darkness, since those should be the biggest three problems. You don’t really need to worry about Silence, as One-Eye is immune to the four main elements, and Slow can be quickly removed by a single casting of Hastega.
The only other skill One-Eye has is called Black Stare, which hits a single character and inflicts Curse. It will usually prioritize this move after using Shockwave, although it will shift back to Shockwave once it uses Black Stare enough. One-Eye is a flying creature, so it’s going to be a little harder to hit, although its evasion is low enough to not warrant too much trouble on that end. Of course, you can use Overdrives to bypass that evasion, since those never miss. Tidus’ Slice & Dice is ideal, since it hits six times and if you have his Celestial Weapon equipped, then that can be a lot of damage.
One-Eye is a great enemy to fight, though, for two reasons. If you can manage to hit 99,999 consistently, then it only takes two hits to bring it down. This enemy can drop three-slot weapons that have Triple AP on them, which can be great to help with AP Grinding. The other reason for fighting One-Eye is because you are always making money off of it. It costs 8,000 gil to fight it and all of the equipment drops sell for more than that, with the minimum being around 9,000 and the max being about 67,000.