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Potty

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Potty
Potty.png
Japanese Name マジックポット (Majikku potto, lit. Magic Pot)
Location Viper Manor (Another World)
Type Matter
Gender Varies
Doppelgang Yes
HP Innate
350 Yellow
Attack Magic Attack
14 10
Defense Magic Defense
5 0
Drop (Common) Drop (Rare)
Brace Copper
Steal (Common) Steal (Rare)
Capsule Upheaval
Absorbs Immune
N/A N/A
Gold
139 G

The Potty is an enemy fought in Chrono Cross. Found in the Vault of Viper Manor, Potty poses as a regular pot or urn of a beige color with long, intricately-designed belts attached to it as arms. When spoken to, the vase engages the party in battle. Suffering large amounts of damage in battle causes the Genie within the Potty to spring out and assault the party. Tanned and rotund, the Genie has a large belly, multi-colored horns on each side of its head, and wears bracelets at the wrists and above the elbow. The Potty can be trapped in the Forget-Me-Not Pot and added to the pool of Doppelgangs performed by Sprigg.

Battle and Strategy[edit]

The Potty enemy is an example of a one-of-its-kind enemy, and appears alone when encountered in battle. It attacks by first walking up to its selected target before using one of its belt-arms to whip said target. The Potty will, from time to time, activate an un-named Yellow tech to release the Genie from within its body, whereupon the Genie will blow an ominous, yellow-colored smog at a selected target. This smog inflicts both damage and the Dizzy status effect onto the target in question. The Potty is also known to use a small range of Yellow elements, such as ElectroBolt and Upheaval. Overall, the Potty can prove to be a challenging foe to beginners, and can be avoided as long as the seemingly innocent pot found in the treasure vault of Viper Manor is left alone.

Element Grid[edit]

ElectroBolt-1 LoRes
Uplift Upheaval-1 ElectroBolt-1 Upheaval+1
@Doppelgang

Gallery[edit]