Welcome to the Labyrinth. Watch out for monsters...A fansite dedicated to Etrian Odyssey, a series of fun and challenging dungeon crawler RPGs by Atlus. Full data and images (where applicable) from the various in-game compendiums are available.
Any typos are probably Atlus's, but might be mine. If you are sure a typo is my own, alert me through a post to my profile on Neocities so I can fix it.
Jul. 9, 2021 Update: Another small update, I adjusted the main page so everything looks a bit cleaner. In addition, the background image was set to display properly on mobile.
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How to read this site's tables:The tables on this site try and mimic the in-game compendiums as closely as possible including their idiosyncrasies. Not every game has every type of compendium.
Monster Tables: HP indicates the total points of damage a monster can take before dying, AT indicates how much damage it can inflict on you when attacking, and DF indicates the monster's resistance to your attacks. It also lists up to three skills each monster knows, although some know more. The item list in each monster's row indicates what items it drops. Items in the first slot are common drops, items in the second slot are uncommon, and items in the 3rd slot are rare or only drop under certain conditions (usually called conditional drops by fans). Later games also list enemy weaknesses and resistances to different damage types. In EO4 this is indicated by a WK for a weakness and an RS for a resistance. Cut is inflicted by swords, knives, katanas, and drive blades; stab by rapiers and bows; and bash by maces and staffs. The three elemental damage types (fire, ice, and volt) are only inflicted with skills or by equipping a weapon with an elemental effect forged onto it. Some attacks can even be multi-attribute, with all types of damage taken into consideration for damage calculation.
Item Tables: Items that can be sold have their Worth/Sell Price listed while items that can be bought have their Price/Cost listed, with the term used depending on the game. The currency is ental, often shortened to en. The EO2 Gear table also lists every class that can equip a given piece of equipment.
Treasure Tables: This kind of table contains hints to find treasures on the overworld. The name is a hint for what to look for on the map, the Point section indicates what section and rough coordinates on the map it is located in, and the Treasure section lists what you actually obtain.