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Frog
Restores 60 HP (S)
Frog
Distribution Primarily Max's area.
Size 26 in.
Scientific Name Hyla festucam
"Body fluids protect its skin from dehydration. Beasts living in the tower have evolved uniquely due to the mushroom spores. The spores also evolve, feeding on corpses to become mushrooms at an alarming speed."
Raw
When Eaten EFFHP.png Restores 60 HP (S)
Experience EXP ico.jpg 5 EXP
Sell KC.png 70 KC
Cooked
When Eaten EFFHP.png Restores 100 HP (M)
Experience EXP ico.jpg 10 EXP
Sell KC.png 70 KC
Location
Frog.jpg
Grilled Frog.jpg


Frogs are one of the first types of beasts players will encounter within the Tower of Barbs. They are common creatures that move fairly slow, though they may attempt to hop away when the player gets too close.

They can be eaten to regain a small amount of HP, or crushed to spawn a Frongus, a mushroom that creates a cloud of tear gas to stun enemies.

Like most beasts, it has a rare golden variant, the Golden Frog.

Effect[]

"Distribution: Primarily Max's area."
"Size: 26 in."
"Scientific Name: Hyla festucam"
"Body fluids protect its skin from dehydration. Beasts living in the tower have evolved uniquely due to the mushroom spores. The spores also evolve, feeding on corpses to become mushrooms at an alarming speed."

Raw Effect: HP ico.jpg Restores 60 HP (S)
Cooked Effect: HP ico.jpg Restores 100 HP (M)

Sell Price: KC ico.png 70 KC (Raw/Cooked)
EXP: EXP ico.jpg 5 EXP (Raw), EXP ico.jpg 10 EXP (Cooked)

Location[]

Frogs first appear on 1F Ikegara. They appear most commonly on the early floors, but they can be found all throughout the Tower of Barbs.

Quests[]

No. Difficulty Name Category Detail Reward Repeat Reward
190 Beast Finding #001 Collect Collect Frog x5 in the tower. Golden Frog KC.png 500 KC

Gallery[]

Notes[]

  • While frogs are useful to new players for restoring HP, it may be more beneficial to crush them for their Frongus, as it is one of the best mushrooms when it comes to stunning enemies, particularly Haters. However, be careful to not get too close to the gas, or you will be stunned as well.
  • Frogs repeatedly say “gero gero,” a Japanese onomatopoeia for the sound a large frog makes.
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