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Red Mousse
Red Mousse FF2 artwork.jpg
Artwork of a Red Mousse in Final Fantasy II from Yoshitaka Amano
First appearance Final Fantasy II (1988)
Species Flan
Other names Jam, Jelly, Red, Red Marshmallow
Related characters and species
Black Flan
Dust Mousse
Flan Princess
Golden Flan
Green Cell
Purple Bavarois
White Mousse
Yellow Jelly

Red Mousse, named Red Marshmallow in some games, is a red variant of Flan and an enemy in some Final Fantasy games. It first appears in Final Fantasy II. Like other Flans, Red Mousse are usually highly resistant to physical attacks, and are most quickly defeated by using Black Magic spells.


Final Fantasy II[edit]

Red Mousse FF2 PSP sprite.png
PlayStation Portable sprite

In Final Fantasy II, Red Mousse are encountered in the surrounding Altair area (southern point), the surrounding Mysidia area, Tropical Island (floors B1-B4), the Cave of Mysidia (floors B1-B4), and the Mysidian Tower (floors 1F-2F, 6F-7F). In the PlayStation Portable release, Red Mousse are also encountered in the Arcane Labyrinth's Mask and Mysidia areas. In battles, a Red Mousse's attacks might inflict poison on their target. Red Mousse are vulnerable to Lightning-elemental attacks.

In the Famicom release, Red Mousse have white eyes. Since the WonderSwan Color remake, their eyes were changed to a light green color, and they have a visible light green tongue.

In the unreleased Nintendo Entertainment System prototype, they are named Jam.

Final Fantasy IV[edit]

In Final Fantasy IV, Red Mousse (named Jelly in the Super Nintendo version and Red in the PlayStation version) are only encountered in the Underground Waterway. Unlike their earlier appearances, Red Mousse are instead vulnerable to Fire-elemental attacks.

In the 3D remake, Red Mousse have a slightly lower Defense, making it possible to inflict slightly more than 1 HP of damage from a physical attack.


Final Fantasy II stats
Rank HP MP Attack Accuracy Defense Evasion Magic Defense Gil
3 100 45 25 2-65 210 0 2-50 75-450
Treasure Weakness Resistance Absorbs
None Lightning Ice, Body, Poison, Death, Mind, Matter Poison
Final Fantasy IV stats
HP Strength Defense Magic Magic Defense Gil EXP Type Treasure
35 15 254 0 7 36 134 Pudding Potion, Hi-Potion
Weakness Resistance Absorbs
Fire Confuse None
Final Fantasy IV (3D) stats
Level HP Exp Gil Strength Stamina Speed Intellect Spirit
16 35 201 15 10 99 12 5 11
Attack Accuracy Defense Evasion Magic Defense Magic Evasion
7 95 200 0 10 5
Weakness Resistance Absorbs Steal Drops
Fire Lightning N/A Potion (60%) Potion (20%), Hi-Potion (12%),
Rainbow Pudding (0.4%)
Susceptible to
Paralyze, Sleep, Confuse, Petrify, Silence, Mini, Blind, Poison, Death, Critical, Gradual Petrify, Curse, Berserk, Stop, Slow, Sap

Bestiary navigation[edit]

Yellow Jelly | Red Mousse (#078) | Dark Flan
Sand Worm | Red Mousse (#010) | Gigantoad
Tiny Mage | Red Mousse (#011) | Zombie

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese レッドマシュマロ
Red Marshmallow


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