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Flowersnake

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Flowersnake

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Japanese フラワースネイク
Rōmaji Furawāsuneiku

Type Unversed
Game Kingdom Hearts III
Flowersnake

Kingdom Hearts III
These pests cling to poles and pipes, where they pump out poison that sticks around for a while. Watch your step!

One blast of the supersonic scream they emit while crawling along the floor and you'll be stunned. Bring the hurt before it can bring the noise.
Location HP Strength Defense EXP
Monstropolis 68 38 19 62
Monstropolis
(6 worlds cleared)
76 42 21 82
Monstropolis
(The Final World cleared)
91 50 25 131
Physical Fire Blizzard Thunder Water
×1.0 ×1.5 ×1.0 ×1.0 ×1.0
Aero Dark Neutral Rapid-fire
×1.0 ×0.8 ×1.0 ×1.0
Freeze Electrify Stun Hunny
Reaction
Endurance
Revenge
Value
Attraction
Magnification
Damage
Limit
0 ×1.1

Rewards
MP prize (3) ×3, Munny (5) ×2
Sinister Stone (8%), Sinister Gem (4%), Wellspring Stone (8%)
World(s)
Monstropolis

The Flowersnake is an Unversed that appears in Kingdom Hearts III.

Design[edit]

The Flowersnake is a monstrous Unversed, resembling a half-snake half-flower creature. Its main body is purple and is shaped like a snake. It has a pink bulb-like head which opens to reveal a black spherical face inside its mouth. Its red eyes are pointed downward and to both sides of its head are a pair of purple bat-like wings with an orange curved stripe on each wing. On the bottom of its body is a pot shaped stem with the Unversed symbol on its front and a pair of black zig-zags on both sides.

Strategy[edit]

The Flowersnake can appear in either Snake Mode, where it slithers around on the ground, or Flower Mode, where it affixes itself to a wall or pillar. While in Snake Mode, it may jump toward a wall or pillar and switch to Flower Mode. If struck by an attack, the Flowersnake will switch to Snake Mode. When grouped with another Flowersnake, they may use Sound Wave Attack and Bite in tandem on the same target.

Fire magic is the best way to defeat Flowersnakes, as they are weak to it, and the range of the magic can help clear them out more easily while clinging to high-reaching surfaces. Air Slide is useful for getting around the ponds of poison they create while in Flower Mode.

The Flowersnake can get eaten by a Spiked Turtletoad, where it then becomes merged with it in its Flower Mode and scatters poison nearby randomly when the Spiked Turtletoad uses its spinning attack. The Flowersnake is invincible in this state, and will only be slain alongside the Spiked Turtletoad. Some Flowersnakes spawn merged with a Spiked Turtletoad.

Technique Attribute Power Guard? Repel LV
Head Bat (ヘッドバット Heddo Batto?) Physical 1.0 2
Swings its head downward with a slamming motion. Used only while in Snake Mode.
Bite (かみつき Kamitsuki?) Physical 1.5 2
Leaps and bites. Used only while in Snake Mode.
Sound Wave Attack (音波攻撃 Onpa Kōgeki?)
Emits sound waves from its mouth while swinging its neck/head left-and-right. Has a 100% chance to inflict the Stun status effect for 6 seconds. Used only while in Snake Mode.
Poison Spit (毒吐き Dokuhaki?) Dark 1.0
Shoots venom at the target; venom that hits the ground forms a pond that remains for 3 seconds. Can be blocked from behind. Used only while in Flower Mode.
Poison Scatter (毒散らし Doku Chirashi?) Dark 1.0 x 3 hits
Scatters venom three times/three bundles of venom; venom that hits the ground forms a pond that remains for 3 seconds. Can be blocked from behind. Used only while in Flower Mode.
Guard: O = Can be blocked and interrupted/knocked back; △ = Can be blocked, but not interrupted/knocked back; X = Can't be blocked.