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Job: White Mage
Family: Pixies
Crystal: Wind
Weak against: Ice Trans Ice

Sprite

Sprite

Zone Level Drops Steal Spawns Notes
Pashhow Marshlands (S) 61 - 64 3 S, HP
??? HP
??? MP
Rolanberry Fields (S) 61 - 64 5 S, HP
??? HP
??? MP
Sauromugue Champaign (S) 61 - 64 3 S, HP
??? HP
??? MP
Jugner Forest (S) 65 - 68 8 S, HP
??? HP
??? MP
Meriphataud Mountains (S) 65 - 68 3 S, HP
??? HP
??? MP
Vunkerl Inlet (S) 65 - 68 6 S, HP
??? HP
??? MP
Batallia Downs Qmark 5 S, HP
??? HP
??? MP
Jugner Forest Qmark 5 S, HP
??? HP
??? MP
Meriphataud Mountains Qmark 5 S, HP
??? HP
??? MP
Pashhow Marshlands Qmark 5 S, HP
??? HP
??? MP
Rolanberry Fields Qmark 5 S, HP
??? HP
??? MP
Sauromugue Champaign Qmark 5 S, HP
??? HP
??? MP
A = Aggressive; NA = Non-Aggresive; L = Links; S = Detects by Sight; H = Detects by Sound;
HP = Detects Low HP; M = Detects Magic; Sc = Follows by Scent; T(S) = True-sight; T(H) = True-hearing
JA = Detects job abilities; WS = Detects weaponskills; Z(D) = Asleep in Daytime; Z(N) = Asleep at Nighttime; A(R) = Aggressive to Reive participants

Notes

  • Sprites cast white magic on nearby players, such as Cure III, Cure IV, Cure V, and Raise III (depending on player's condition). They will have a cooldown period after healing a player before healing another.
    • Cures players even if they are engaged in fighting the Sprite.
  • Sprites' Raise III is more powerful than the player version. It will restore a KO'd player with maximum weakened HP and restores all EXP lost.
  • Sprites take 37.5% normal damage.
  • Sprites also cast Haste, Aquaveil, Blink, Protect II, Shell II, Stoneskin and Regen III on themselves.
  • Possible shared hate, similar to that of Tonberries. However too much Sprite hate will result in them neither healing nor raising you.Exclamation
    • Hate is accumulated by attacking and/or killing Sprites.
  • Highly resistant to Silence. (Probably Immune) (Tried by an RDM70/WHM35 with Enfeebling Magic Capped).Exclamation
  • Sprites appear in the present day if enough players bringing Bottled Pixies to Witchfire Glen in Grauberg (S).

Historical Background

In European folklore, a sprite is a diminutive spirit-like or elfin creature (a small humanoid being with magical powers and properties), often considered an analogue of a fairy. The word sprite is often used generically to refer to all diminutive spirit folk and has an association with spirit beings affiliated with the water element.

Sprite is derived from the Latin word spiritus (“spirit”) and was first used sometime in the 13th century CE. Spriggan is an etymological variant of Sprite.