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Crazy Horse
Crazy Horse FF PSP sprite.png
Final Fantasy PSP battle sprite
クレイジーホース
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First appearance Final Fantasy
Species Horse
Other names MADPONY (Final Fantasy NES)
Related species
Nightmare
Unicorn

Crazy Horses are horse enemies that first appear in Final Fantasy and have since appeared in a few spinoff titles. Although they are described as horses, Crazy Horses have a unicorn horn on their forehead.

Game appearances[edit]

Final Fantasy[edit]

In Final Fantasy, Crazy Horses are encountered early in the game, at the surrounding areas of Cornelia, Chaos Shrine, and Pravoka each. Starting with the Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls release, there is also a Crazy Horse ghost in the underworld of Whisperwind Cove. In the original Nintendo Entertainment System version, they are known as MADPONY, also spelled MAD PONY[1]. Crazy Horses are skilled in evading attacks, and while the Warriors of Light are still weak and leveling up, Crazy Horses are usually the first to attack.

In the Nintendo Entertainment System version, Crazy Horses are depicted with a white mane and tail, both of which were made green in the MSX2 version. In the WonderSwan Color and Final Fantasy Origins versions, Crazy Horses have a black mane and tail, a red horn and red hooves. In Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls, they have a yellow body and a dark purple mane and tail, both of which were later changed to blue for the PlayStation Portable version.

Stats[edit]

Final Fantasy stats
HP Attack Accuracy Defense Agility Intelligence Evasion Magic Defense Gil EXP
64 10 16 2 11 4 22 40 15 63
Spells Treasure
None Potion

Bestiary navigation[edit]

Final Fantasy
← Wolf | Crazy Horse (#004) | Skeleton →

Gallery[edit]

Final Fantasy[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Nintendo Power issue 17, page 13.