A smaller version of the Evil Eye, they look like a floating Eyeball with no eyelids and no tentacles attached.
Stats and InfoEdit
|Locations||The Everfall (Chamber of Sorrow,Apprehension)|
|Health||Attack||Defence||Magick Attack||Magick Defense||Weight|
|Barrier||Spec||Protects itself from all damage while not attacking. Can be broken with enough magic attacks.|
|Charge||Phys||Charges into you. Does not lower it's barrier in this attack.|
|Summon Tentacles||Spec||Summons tentacles infinitely from the ground until it is killed. It summons them without lowering it's barrier.|
|High Ingle||Mag||Casts 3 fireballs at your party.|
|Tentacle Grab||Phys||Summoned Tentacles can grab targets and throw them a fair distance away.|
|Tentacle Attack||Phys||Tentacles will lash out at nearby targets knocking them backwards a little.|
|Tentacle Magick||Mag||Casts various low level spells such as High Ingle/Frigor/Levin.|
|Ocular Magick||Mag||The Vile Eye casts various spells at the party such as (need confirmation of these spells). It's barrier is down while it casts.|
While nowhere near as strong, they still have the ability to summon tentacles, which cast spells at you, as well as being completely invulnerable to damage when their shield is up. Once they drop their shield to attack, you must use that moment to strike before they put their shields back up. Be wary of letting too many tentacles surface as being hit by them and the spells they cast can easily overwhelm you. Your first priority should be the Vile Eyes though, as once you defeat them, no more tentacles can be summoned.
- The Vile Eye bears a strong resemblance to the Beholders of the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game.