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Bizarre-looking, aquatic organisms that appeared as randomly encountered monsters in Squaresoft's 1990 Nintendo Famicom video game Final Fantasy III. Aegils have 590 hit points (HP), possess no elemental weaknesses, and they are worth $860 and 2,800 experience points, each, when slain. These creatures can only be found beneath the waves, inside the dangerous, and treasure-filled, Undersea Cave (an optional dungeon). The monsters Aegil and Agaria share the same game sprite, but inhabit separate locations and have different color schemes/attributes.

Newsprint, tissue paper, white glue, and acrylic paint.

4.0 cm/1.6 in. x 4.3 cm/1.7 in. (highest point x widest point)

About half a day on 9/28/08.

Aegil photo collage.

Aegil process photos.

For comparison purposes, below are some relevant images from the Nintendo Famicom version of Final Fantasy III.

Comparison of the Aegil and Agaria game sprites.

A party of hero player characters takes on a trio of Aegils inside the Undersea Cave.

(In no particular order of importance.)

  •   Final Fantasy III Famicom video game (fan translated into English)

  •   GameFAQs various Final Fantasy III game guides.

  •   RPG Classics Final Fantasy III bestiary web page.

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