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I Am Setsuna
Strategy Guide

Author(s): Jarrod Garripoli
First Published: 30-08-2016 / 00:00 GMT
Last Updated: 12-02-2019 / 19:28 GMT
Version: 1.2 (????) 20-07-2019 / 10:21 GMT

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Flappers are nothing really special, other than being a little bit faster than other enemies, but the second tier and beyond have healing skills in their repertoire. To go above that, the third tier and Spritnite-Eaten variant have group healing ones.

Enemy Location HP Rare Drop
White Flapper Forgotten Shore; Mysleigh Woods 50 Curative Wing Feather
Black Flapper Archimell Ruins 122 Large Forked Tail
Rainbow Flapper Ithees Ruins 186 Sparkling Scrap
Stone Flapper Forgotten Shore 756 Crystallized Wing
Type Item
Normal Drop Sharp Talon
Over Kill Bitter Berry
Exact Kill Hexagonal Pendant
Fire Kill Twin Ginkgo Branch
Water Kill Twin Ginkgo Flower
Light Kill White Snow Lily Flower
Shadow Kill Black Snow Lily Flower
Time Kill Twin Ginkgo Root
Momentum Kill Crimson Gem
Debuff Kill Healing Tail Feather
Link Kill Slicing Wing Feather


Heroniels and the other enemies in this group are similar to Deermon, as they only appear late in the main story. They have a host of support skills in their arsenal, include Regen, Reflect (only nullifies magical damage), and Haste.

Enemy Location HP Rare Drop
Heroniel Last Lands (first area) 422 Reflective Feather
Peacockiel Frozen Land 481 Glowing Feather
Condoriel Frozen Land (last area) 542 Angel's Armor Plate
Stoniel Last Lands (first area) 1512 Crystallized Beak
Type Item
Normal Drop Dancing Feather
Over Kill White Dream
Exact Kill Shining Stone
Fire Kill Blade Shard
Water Kill Transparent Drop
Light Kill Lightning Drop
Shadow Kill Black Mist
Time Kill Shining Seed
Momentum Kill Deep Blue Gem
Debuff Kill Silver Chalice
Link Kill Old Silver Chain

Hoot-Hoot enemies are rare enemies that can replace any other normal enemy (left). Zoot-Hoot is the only one that has a static spawn (right).


Hoot-Hoots are rare enemies that look like owls and replace other enemies whenever you find them. They are special, since they tend to usually run away on their first turn, making it very hard to kill them unless you get a preemptive strike. Apart from the Zoot-Hoot, all of the others can be found anywhere and don’t seem to have any one place where you can easily find them.

Enemy Location HP Rare Drop
Hoot-Hoot Anywhere 64 Bronze Coin
Toot-Hoot Anywhere 64 Silver Coin
Woot-Hoot Anywhere 64 Gold Coin
Zoot-Hoot Mysleigh Woods (path to Hiddbury) 189 Crystallized Teardrop
Type Item
Normal Drop Large Teardrop
Over Kill Weeping Cypress Branch
Exact Kill Beadbeech Branch
Fire Kill Silver Stone
Water Kill Blue Stone
Light Kill White Stone
Shadow Kill Black Stone
Time Kill Gold Stone
Momentum Kill Tough Gem
Debuff Kill Joyflower
Link Kill Happiness Wreath

Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Square Enix
  • Platforms
    Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch
  • Genre
  • Guide Release
    30 August 2016
  • Last Updated
    12 February 2019
  • Guide Author
    Jarrod Garripoli

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