Status ailments are negative conditions that affects a character or demon during battle. While many are volatile and wear off at the end of battle, some will persist while exploring field areas. Some demons are naturally resistant to status ailments, either to the associated skill type or to ailments in general (Anti-Ailment).
Some skills, such as Eternal Rest, will cause instant death to targets under a specific ailment. Also exact effects may vary slightly between games.
Character begins attacking their own allies. Typically removed with Charmdi or Dis-Charm.
Prevents the target from moving. This persists even on the field, and is treated as similar to being dead. In most games, if the protagonist is petrified, it is game over. In some games, Force spells will shatter a petrified opponent.
Can no longer participate in battle. In most games, if the protagonist dies, it is game over. Can only be recovered with Recarm spells.
Reduces affected character's outgoing damage by 25%, its evasion to 0, and increases damage taken by 25%. At the end of a turn with a party holding this character, there's 5% chance that another character will be infected. Can be cured with Dis-Poison or Posumudi skill.
DLC only. Reduces HP and MP recovery to 1 point. Can't be cured, but wears off randomly or automatically after battle.
After a successful hunt, the character that just ate might get affected by a stomach ache. Occasionally inflicted as a side effect from eating a Moldy Roll. This prevents the character from gaining any AP after the battle. Note that his allies still won't get any AP from the consumed monster. Cured by Dis-Ache and Achedi and prevented from infliction via successful hunt by Iron Stomach.
Reduces all stats and makes the affected character weak to Force. Wears off over time or when battle ends.
Hungry characters will become indecisive. On their turn, they will either not take action and receive a small amount of Almighty damage, or attack an ally. Only curable by the Song of Grace.
When the team holding the affected character has their next turn, the affected character takes a large amount of Almighty damage, and a Maggot is summoned next to them. Only inflicted by Belzeboul and his minions' Spawn attack.