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Catfish Girl, or Gigi as a companion, is a monster in the first part of Monster Girl Quest: Paradox.

Monsterpedia Entry

“A catfish monster which is a subspecies of the mermaid race. Able to thrive in salt water, they can also live for a very long time. Although she is relatively mild-mannered, she will mercilessly assault anyone who steps into her territory. In addition to having the ability to discharge lightning from her body, she can also sense the earth with her magical power and can even cause earthquakes.

If a man catches her attention, she will forcibly press down on him with her mucus-covered lower body and bring him to mate with her. The mermaid vagina with its many peculiar folds is also shared by the Catfish Girl, and any man inserted into it will inevitably release their semen into her while tasting sweet pleasure.

Although she is a mermaid, she is not a good swimmer and usually lives on the sea floor, though there are times when they feel like coming up to the beaches. In many ways, their lifestyle differs from the typical mermaid.”


  • Attack – One Foe, Normal Attack
  • Sticky Slime – One Foe, Pleasure Attribute, Slimed (75%)
  • Electric Discharge – One Foe, Magical, Lightning Attribute, Shock (10%)
  • Earthquake – All Foes, Auto-Hit, Earth Attribute
  • Catfish's Wrath – All Foes, Magical, Earth Attribute, Stun (80%), Learnable


Use Lightning and Earth attacks and you will be fine. Her earthquake can be surprising and painful, so keep your party's life high.


“When I was younger, I used to catch catfish in the nearby pond… …Of course, I’m lying. The Catfish Girl uses nasty attribute attacks. Thunder, earth, both are troublesome. In particular, Earthquake hurts your whole party. It will be painful if some of your allies are weak to earth. Since she’s a sea creature, lightning is effective. Even though she herself can use lightning, it’s still effective. Abnormal status effects are also effective. If her magic is painful, then stop her from using it altogether. Now go, oh brave Luka. Bring that catfish out of the water… Though I've heard some have lungs…”