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Satyr

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Satyr

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Katakana サテュロス Heartless Emblem.png
Rōmaji Satyurosu
Japanese Satyros

Type Emblem Heartless
Game Kingdom Hearts III
Variations
Mechanitaur
Satyr

Kingdom Hearts III
Aside from a mean punch, the biggest threat from these bullies is their stampede attack. They always lower their visor before trying to ram you. If you can break the horns off those helms, you'll get the rest of the fight "free of charge."

In formation, they're tougher to wrangle. Either break their ranks with a Trinity Guard, or keep your distance and pepper them with magic.
Location HP Strength Defense EXP
Olympus 60 19 9 12
Olympus
(4 worlds cleared)
98 29 14 50
Olympus
(6 worlds cleared)
128 36 18 106
Olympus
(The Final World cleared)
160 44 22 186
Olympus
(Battlegate 1)
274 73 37 706
Arendelle 144 40 20 142
Arendelle
(6 worlds cleared)
160 44 22 186
Arendelle
(The Final World cleared)
190 52 26 292
Scala ad Caelum 236 63 32 494
Physical Fire Blizzard Thunder Water
×1.0 ×1.0 ×1.0 ×1.0 ×1.0
Aero Dark Neutral Rapid-fire
×1.0 ×1.0 ×1.0 ×1.0
Freeze Electrify Stun Hunny
Reaction
Endurance
Revenge
Value
Attraction
Magnification
Damage
Limit
3 ×1.1

Rewards
HP prize (5) ×2, Munny (5) ×3
Pulsing Stone (8%), Pulsing Gem (4%), Wellspring Shard (8%)
World(s)
Olympus, Arendelle, Scala ad Caelum

The Satyr is an Emblem Heartless that appears in Kingdom Hearts III.

Story[edit]

Kingdom Hearts III[edit]

After the sounding of the Olympus Coliseum fanfare, Satyrs appear at the entrance of the Realm of the Gods, shortly after Sora, Donald, and Goofy manage to arrive after besting the Rock Titan. The group attack by charging at Sora, Donald, and Goofy while in formation, but their formation is ultimately broken and are picked off one at a time, clearing the way to the rest of Olympus.

Design[edit]

A Satyr is a humanoid, muscular Heartless with grey skin, yellow eyes, and a lightning-shaped beard. It wears black armor with blue highlights and the Heartless insignia on its chestplate, alongside a short skirt and twin gauntlets. Its shoulders have twin pauldrons with yellow spikes and white wings, and its feet are shaped like goat hooves. Its helm has twin horns jutting out of it.

Satyrs are nature spirits in Greek mythology that are half-man, half-goat. Its Japanese name, "Satyros," is its namesake's original Greek name.

Strategy[edit]

Technique Attribute Power Guard? Repel LV
Hook (フック
Fukku
?)
Physical 1 3
Strikes with right hand.
Raging Upper (ライジングアッパー
Raijingu Appā
?)
Physical 1.5 3
Jumps and strikes the target.
Tackle (タックル
Takkuru
?)
Physical 1.5 3
Lowers its visor and performs a ramming attack.
Charge (突進
Tosshin
?)
Physical 1.5 3
Lowers its visor and performs a ramming attack. Only used while in formation.

When first encountered in the Realm of the Gods, Satyrs will appear in a 5x5 formation, causing them to act in unison and gain 50 HP of armor which is shared with all Satyrs in the formation. While in formation, Satyrs are immune to status effects, and will all flinch if one Satyr in the formation flinches. The formation will break when the armor's HP is reduced to 0, upon which all remaining Satyrs will act independently. During this first encounter, Trinity Guard has a 100% chance to appear as a Team Attack.

The Satyr's Hook, Raging Upper, and Tackle attacks will trigger Risk Dodge when blocked.