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Baphomet
#1
Is baphomet farmable ? if yes , which place is good to hunt ? Thanks in advance Big Grin

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#2
Any dark map (2-3 Devil in Disguise , 4-3 Land of Belial Sheep, 5-3 The Dark Tide) as long as with the boss' picture with it.
And also, do note that bosses cards only drop their first stage forms.

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#3
That is not true, Baphomet is NON-farmable, u could only obtain it from diamond seals, only CN beasts, fate sisters, paladin, defensive dragons & starters are farmable cards currently

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#4
No, Greek beasts dont drop. Unless someone can prove it, there is a lot of misleading info around.
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#5
bapho no drop.... dia seal only
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#6
Well to my knowledge only Evil Goat will drop from the islands if you attempt to farm him. The youngest form will always drop, if ever.
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#7
Nope. No greek beasts are farmable. Only cn beasts, paladins, fate sisters, defensive dragons are farmable.
Only from diamond seal.
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#8
Aren't Greek beasts only obtainable by diamond draws?
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#9
There are rumors that medusa drops, baphomet drops blah blah, but those are false and nobody has ever proven it. So, it is a "No drop".
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#10
Okay, I know they're not farmable, but do we really have to keep calling them "Greek Beasts?" Sure, some of them are from Greek mythology, but Baphomet isn't, and I'm fairly certain Cthulhu isn't either.
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