|School Fare Series Monsters|
|Bestiary Location||Highness Corner|
|Location||Highness Corner(Order Altar)
Reaver Stormstones(Crackling Rocks)
Amp Plains(High Point)
|Common Steal||Avion Feather|
|Uncommon Steal||Sky Ceffyl|
|Rare Steal||Strigifoma Talon|
|Common Drop||Avion Feather, Broken Talon|
|Uncommon Drop||Broken Talon|
|Rare Drop||Ruffled Tailwind|
|Very Rare Drop||Ruffled Tailwind, Strigifoma Talon|
|Card Drop||Strigidaho, Avion Order|
|Common Poach||Feathery Plate|
|Attacks||Slash, Aerial Wind, Fleeting Claw, Swallowtail|
|Abilities||Aero, Aerian Soul, Aerial Kill, Death Dive|
|Innate Abilities||Dodge, Parry, Hasting, Counter, Critical Shift|
|Immune to||Berserk, Infatuation, Blighted, Stumped, Flinch, Slow, Immobilized|
|Other Information||Cast Haste whenever is attacked, will cast Haste again when the effect has been removed|
The Strigidaho is a Strigine/Avion type enemy in the School Fare series. They are docile, yet easily provoked and always casts Haste on themself when that happened. It is only located on several locations, Highness Corner, Reaver Stormstones and Amp Plains. Like all of the Strigine, Strigidaho will always cast Haste on itself. The first meeting with Strigidaho will have an event in which the Strigidahos are chewing on some fishes by the river.
Page 1: AppearanceEdit
Strigidaho has a heavy physical appearance of an eagle-owl. They have a pointy sweep-to-the back 'tuft on their head. Their 'eyebrows are like opera masks, fluffy with feathers are covers up the big eyes. Their breast are like the topknot kerchief which are dirty brown, yet iridescent. Their wings are heavily like a large cape, which covers up to their swallow-like tail. Their feet have four frontal digits while two on the back. Their talons are huge, and carved in an embroidery design.
Page 2: ObservationEdit
Strigidaho are mostly solitary, yet some of them harbors themselves inside some of Strigine's nests.
- Strigine's Tree (Low)
- Tree Leaves (Average)
- Strigidaho is based from the owl's order under the scientific classification. Their name are the combination between Strigiformes/Strigidae and the japanese word, "daho" which means seizure, capture or captivity.