Mud jammer (Magical Starsign)

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This article is about the enemy in Magical Starsign. For the enemy in Magical Vacation, see Mud jammer (Magical Vacation).

Mud jammer, known in Japan as mud jam,[a] is an enemy fought in the Forgotten Land and Ant Hole on Erd in Magical Starsign. In the Forgotten Land, it does not appear in random encounters, and can only be accessed from wormholes when failing to catch yellow worms. In the Ant Hole, it can appear in random encounters.

Profile[edit | edit source]

Mud jammers are made of jam that went bad. They have a brown, circular appearance, with their bodies slowly dripping. They have a green sprout on their heads, and possess holes for facial features.[1]

Enemy[edit | edit source]

Despite having the earth starsign, mud jammers do not possess any spells. They have one physical skill, rock chuck, that they use to damage a random member of the party each turn.[1]

Stats[edit | edit source]

# Name Level HP Pow IQ Def Spr Agi
080 Earth Icon - MS.png Mud jammer 1 200 Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
Habitat P. RST M. RST Bira EXP Drops
Forgotten Land
Ant Hole
Unknown% Unknown% 15 5 MP Recovery Item Icon - MS.png Yellow worm

Attacks[edit | edit source]

Spells Skills
None Skill Icon - MS.png Rock chuck

Arrangements[edit | edit source]

Back Row
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Mud jammer (Magical Starsign) - Battle.png
Front Row
Back Row
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Mud jammer (Magical Starsign) - Battle.png
Mud jammer (Magical Starsign) - Battle.png
Front Row
Back Row
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Mud jammer (Magical Starsign) - Battle.png
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Front Row

Bestiary entry[edit | edit source]

This is a cautionary tale of what can happen when jam goes bad. It loses its sweetness, starts to move, and tries to destroy you. Eat it at your own risk.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Mud jammer is the first enemy encountered that has a bestiary number that does not progress in order from 179.

See also[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Japanese: ドロジャム, Hepburn: Doro jamu

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