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Eye

The eye enemies in the Seiken Densetsu series all have one glaring similarity; they all consist of a single giant eyeball. These Eye enemies come in two varieties, Eye Spys and Beholders. Eye Spys are usually stationary enemies which can summon other enemies to fight with them and can inflict Moogle on your character. Their name is an obvious pun on the game “I spy”. Beholders are loosely based off an enemy from Dungeons and Dragons. Whereas the Beholders in Dungeons and Dragons have many small eye-stalks and a large gaping mouth on their body the Beholders in the Seiken Densetsu series are simply giant eyes usually with star and moon patterns on them. The Godbeast Lightgazer in SD3 could be considered to be a Beholder.

Wall Enemies

The most noticable feature of these bosses in SoM are their three giant eyes.

Beholders

FFA

Beholder / B-eye-lder

Beholders mainly appear in the Ice Cave North of Lorimar. They are paired with Air Elements. They do little more than wander around the room.

SoM

Weepy Eye / Beholder/Boulder (J)

Weepy Eyes are classified as Plants.
They float around and will generally leave you alone unless you get too close, then they will unleash magic on you. If you leave them alone they will sit and cry. The Watcher Ring looks like one of these enemies.

Whimper / Metal Beholder/Metal Boulder (J)

Whimpers are classified as Machines.
These mechanical Weepy Eyes are located in the Mana Fortress and drop both a Javelin Orb and Power Suits. They attack with Lucent Beam and can Moogle you.

SD3

In SD3 Beholders are classified as a Morphs.

Beholder / Boulder

These enemies are found in the Glass Desert and control devastating magical abilities. They can turn you into a Chibikko or use a spell which cuts your HP in half. When they aren’t casting magic they will close their eye and ram you.

Power Beholder / Power Boulder

Power Beholders live in the Dragon Hole and instead of casting magic they will choose to reflect it all back at you instead. When they are threatened by strong abilities they will use Death Roulette which will deal 999 damage to a random target. The Death Roulette is not life threatening to those who are a higher level than the Power Beholder.

LoM

In LoM Beholders are classified as Odditys.

Beholder / Boulder (J)

Beholders act almost exactly like floating Eye Spys; they float around, ram you and shoot stars and beams. As a pet they will protect you from star stare attacks.

Gorgon Eye

This giant, spikey Beholder lives deep in the lake at Lake Kilma. It has the power to disappear and reappear as well as jump high into the air and try to land on you. It can extend its spikes or emit a massive petrifying beam. The Faeries of the area worship this giant eye and sic it on the Penguin Pirates when they come ashore.

SwoM

Beholder / Boulder (J)

CoM

Beholder / Boulder (J)

HoM

Beholder / Boulder (J)

Eye Spys

FFA

Eye Spy

The Eye Spys in FFA are stationary enemies found throughout the world. They can only be harmed by magic or a Silver sword. They can shoot rings which will turn you into a Moogle.

SoM

In SoM Eye Spys and Wizard Eyes are classified as Morphs.

Eye Spy

Eye Spys are located in the Haunted Forest and Elinee’s Castle. They summon Chobin Hoods to fight with them. They can cast Cure Water on themselves and those around them as well as shoot a ray which will turn you into a Moogle.

Wizard Eye

These lighter colored Eye Spys live in the Ice Palace and summon Weepy Eyes to fight with them. They can frosty you with their ray.

LoM

In LoM Eye Spys are classified as Odditys.

Eye Spy

The Eye Spys in Legend of Mana are able to move by hopping around on their stalky body. They use ramming attacks and can shoot a star out to confuse enemies. They also posess an eye beam attack. As a pet they will protect you from confusion.

SwoM

Eye Spy

Wizard Eye

CoM

Eye Spy

Wizard Eye