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Aecyto Weevil

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Aecyto Weevil
Aecyto Weevil
Japanese Name Aecyto Beetle (エイシトビートル Eishito Bītoru?)
SNES / PS Name Evilweevil
HP Defense Magic Defense
158 192 25
EXP TP G
81 2 0
Weak Absorbs Immune
None None None
Location Reptite Lair (Prehistory)
Treasure Feather
Charm Dreamstone Gun
Techs Gore
Counters Slurp
Combo Counters None
Combos None

The Aecyto Weevil (also known as Evilweevil in the SNES/PS version) is an enemy in Chrono Trigger. It appears in the Reptite Lair in Prehistory. On the first level of the Reptite Lair, five Aecyto Weevil dig holes in the ground that allow Crono, Ayla, and their companions to drop to the other levels of the Lair. Several treasure chests are only accessible by falling through these holes. Once falling the level below, Crono can climb back up the hole by pressing A near the location he dropped onto. Alternatively, pressing A allows him to climb into the holes.

Battle and Strategy[edit]

Found in the Reptite Lair in Prehistory, Aecyto Weevil, like many other dinosaurs in Chrono Trigger, have a very high physical defense and low magic defense, so using Magical Techs (or Physical Techs that deal magical damage) against them is advantageous. Similar to the Aecytosaur, Aecyto Weevil are vulnerable to Light Elemental Techs, which cause their physical defense to plummet. Techs such as Thunder Chomp or Volt Bite are extremely useful due to the Light-elemental qualities and high physical damage scores.

Name Origin[edit]

Aecyto-, in the name, is an adaptation of the Latin prefix Alecto- which refers to dinosaurs with horns. A Weevil is a species of beetle, heavily endangered due to pesticides. Weevils are considered pests among farmers as they burrow into crop leaves and create nests in pine trees, and are thus killed. Many primitive specie of Weevil are extinct, several variations of which date back to before the time of humans -- fitting, as these creatures appear in Prehistory.

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