Fiegmund was described as being an "incarnation of disaster" that existed before the world had been fully born. It wrought destruction on existence until the Goddess of Mana defeated it with the Sword of Mana and sealed it away inside the Mana Stone of Water.
When the villains in Trials of Mana obtain the Sword of Mana, they release the Benevodons from the Mana Stones. Once released, Fiegmund remains near the former location of the Water Mana Stone in the Labyrinth of Ice in order to build its strength in preparation for wreaking havoc across the land. As a result, the Benevodon becomes stronger depending on how many of its brethren the heroes have defeated before they challenge it.
BattleEditAfter making their way through the labyrinth, the heroes confront the Benevodon. During the battle, Fiegmund will occasionally jump offscreen and reappear on the underside of the arena, allowing it to evade any and all physical attacks.
As a Water-elemental creature, Fiegmund is weak to Fire-based attacks and magic. It is also healed by Water-based attacks and magic.
Snowflakes Fly (one)
Tongue Attack (one)
Ice Smash - Level 1 Water spell
Mega Splash (one/all) - Level 2 Water spell
Cold Blaze (one) - Level 3 Water spell; snowman effect
Mind Up - Raises magic power & defense; casts on self at 1/4 HP
Moves above ice
Moves below ice
Ice Cradle (all)
- Fiegmund reappears in Children of Mana. It had fused with Land Umber and formed Landmund. After Landmund's defeat, it returned to its natural state.
- In Trials of Mana, the musical theme played when battling Fiegmund is titled "Secret of Mana", which is often mistaken as "Strange Medicine". It shares this battle theme with Grapplavine.