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Mischievious Naberius (Japanese: 悪戯のナベリウス, Akugi no Naberiusu) is a Unique Monster in Xenoblade Chronicles. It is a level 57 Fortress-type Mechon found behind 3rd Gate in Sword Valley. It is by far the strongest Unique Monster in Sword Valley.

Stats


Arts

Art Attribute Multiplier Hits Range Effect Knockback Blowdown/Daze
Mega Flame Throw ※Ether1.05 - 1.253Frontal ArcBlazeYes-
Black MatterEther0.8 - 1.03SingleEther Defence Down--
Titan StampPhysical3.8 - 4.01Circle around caster--Yes/Yes
Titan Laser VTalent (Ether)1.8 - 2.01Frontal Line---
Titan Laser VIITalent (Ether)1.8 - 2.01Frontal Line--Yes/Yes

※ The Mischievious Naberius will always start the battle with this art.

※2 The Mischievious Naberius will activate its craze aura when its health is less than 30% of its total HP.

Resistances

Break 100% Lock-On 70% Physical Def. ▼ 70% Agility ▼ 70%
Topple 100% Bind 70% Ether Def. ▼ 70% Aura Seal 0%
Daze 100% ※ Paralysis 70% Strength ▼ 70% Arts Seal 70%
Sleep 70% Slow 70% Ether ▼ 70% Death 100%

※ Except under certain conditions

Drops

Chests

Wood 0%
Silver 0%
Gold 100%

Wood chests will contain 1 or 2 items from the "Wood" table.
Silver chests will contain 2 items from the "Silver" table and 1 from the "Wood" table.
Gold chests will contain 2 items from the "Gold" table, and 1 from each of the "Silver" and "Wood" tables.

Wood

Materials
Precision Core 71%
Dialek Glyph 29%

Silver

Cylinders
Topple Resist IV Wind 31.3%
Attack Plus IV Earth 31.3%
Weapons
Delta Rifle 2 slots 3.7%
Knuckle Driver 2 slots 3.6%
Cloud Cutlass 2 slots 3.1%
Clarity Staff 2 slots 2.1%
Armours
Stellar Leggings 1 slot 7.5%
Stellar Armour 1 slot 7.1%
Orion Gloves 0 slots 6.2%
Orion Shoes 0 slots 4.2%

Gold

Weapons
Disaster Cannon 3 slots 6.6%
General Driver 3 slots 6.3%
Mountain Spear 3 slots 5.5%
Autumn Staff 3 slots 3.7%
Unique Weapons
Rock Winder 6.6%
Flash Shield Elfidar 6.3%
Endymion 5.5%
Jailer Staff 3.7%
Unique Armours
Blade Armour 32.2%
Blade Gear 11.3%
Blade Leggings 7.3%
Blade Boots 0%

Notes

  • The spelling of the qualifier "mischievious" chosen for the name is an old English form, "mischievous" being the usual form, and it exists another old form, "mischevious". Those spellings "misch(i)evious" can be found since the 16th century, however, despite being common in a wide range of social classes today, they are still considered nonstandard and often viewed as incorrect.

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