|School Fare Series Monsters|
|Bestiary Location||Bottom Lagoon|
|Location||Bottom Lagoon (Saint's Shoreline)
|Rare Steal||Luminous Scale|
|Common Drop||Translusive Goo, Sticky Mucus|
|Uncommon Drop||Translusive Goo|
|Rare Drop||Luminous Scale|
|Very Rare Drop||Hydra Pearl|
|Card Drop||Ancelets, Beast Order|
|Common Poach||Sticky Mucus|
|Rare Poach||Hydra Pearl|
|Attacks||Paddle Ram, Team Tackle, Body Slam, Torpedo Rush|
|Abilities||Water, Aqua Breath, Bubble Shield, Froth Srike|
|Innate Abilities||Dodge, Evasion, Levitate, Permeation, Stagnation, Transparency, Unaware|
|Immune to||Blind, Burn, Delay, Delusional, Miasma, Poison, Sap, Scorched, Trauma, Soaked, Stop, Silence, Reverse, Warp, Charm, Infatuated, Crashing, Gravitize|
|Other Information||Constantly use Torpedo Rush for the first minute when conditionally provoked|
The Ancelets is a Beast/Ichthus-type enemy in the School Fare series. They are highly unpredictable in terms of aggressiveness. It is only located on several locations, exclusively and constantly in Bottom Lagoon and several random watery areas, but notably rare. Like all grouped enemies, Ancelets have multiple members in their group, but classified as one unit. The first meeting with the Ancelets will have an event when they were 'dancing' around in circles with themselves, then startled by the presence of the character.
Page 1: AppearanceEdit
Ancelets have an unusual body type. It looks like a translucent, yet luminous eel-like fish that also looks like a hydra. They have a pair of very big illuminating light-bulb like eyes that can float away from their eye holes.
Page 2: ObservationEdit
"Ancelets are timid by observation, but in truth, they are elusive creatures which really like to fight and spars with each other. Although they travel in groups, they constantly team up together to defeat other enemies rather than directly facing themselves. Only in peace they may war."
Like most Ichthus, Ancelets also spawns from watery places and comes out from:
- Tip of body of water (Average-High)
- Ancelets are derived and based from the special fish-like creature under the Chordata phyllum, Lancelet.