Midges are enemies found in various locations. Though capable of draining HP, the true danger in fighting these lesser bugs is that attacking a Midge, large or small, will cause any others who are not stunned to counter-attack as a free action. This counter will return them to flying if they were grounded before. When fighting multiple Midges, it is recommended to either reduce their ability to counter en masse (such as with status infliction) and to take them out quickly to prevent damage from racking up.

Midges are said to be distant relatives of Mosquitoes, but making that comparison is a quick way to get in a fight. Usually found in caves, Midges hunt together and will protect each other when a member of their pack is attacked. They can use their proboscises to suck fluids from their prey, recovering from any damage received extremely quickly. Said proboscis also doubles as a sharp weapon, which they will not shy away from using to pierce enemies.

Midges... Their stings get so itchy! But even so... I should draw in their group attacks so Vi can knock them all down safely!

Ugh! I've got stings everywhere! It just keeps hitting me back! I should try to take it out in one attack!

These creatures... When we hit one, the rest gang up on us. We should try freezing them all at once, to see what they'll do then.

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