Pluton Flies (プルトンフライ Puruton Furai), winged versions of Plutons, are enemies of Pit. They are much easier to dodge than Plutons. These monsters will fly down from the top, then hover once they hit a surface, slightly hovering to the left and right. Pluton Flies will charge Pit if they are on the same horizontal plane, but by simply moving out of the way, Pit can trick them into flying off into the ether. If a Pluton Fly should tag the angel, though, Pit will lose a single weapon that he's carrying. Pit can repurchase the item at a Black Marketeer or get a new one by surviving a Sacred Training Chamber.
The Pluton Fly is virtually identical to the original Pluton in every way save for the bat-like wings. Where exactly the wings come from, whether by biological design or magical item effect, isn't known.
"A flying robber. A real baddy who goes around trying to steal Pit's weapons. Pit's arrows are useless against it."
Pluton Flies inhabit Skyworld.
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- The trivia entry for Pluton covers the origin of this monster's name.
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