Final Fantasy Compendium

Ifrit

This fire demon often appears early in the game and acts as Shiva's foil. His attack is usually called "Hellfire", but was translated to "Inferno" for FF6 (NA) (man, those Nintendo guys are really heavy on the censorship!). His early name translation was inconsistent - in FF3, an early boss was called "Jinn", and he was a palette swap of the Ifrit summon spell; whereas in FF4 (SNES), Ifrit was actually called "Jinn". The creators of MQ made the confusion worse by including a fire monster named "Jinn" who had a palette-swap twin named "Iflyte". In FF12RW, there was yet another low-level Esper named "Djinn" along with Ifrit.

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FF3 'Flames of Fury' in-game FF3 'Recover' in-game FF3 'Hellfire' in-game FF3
-Ifrit
ATK: Flames of Fury, Recover, Hellfire
FF4 in-game FF4
-Ifrit
ATK: not named
FF5 in-game FF5
-Jinn (NA) / Ifrit (JP)
ATK: Hellfire
FF6 boss in-game FF6 summon in-game FF6 overworld FF6
-Ifrit (NA) / Efreet (JP)
ATK: Inferno
FF6 Advance
-Ifrit
ATK: Hellfire
FF7 CG FF7 in-game FF7
-Ifrit
ATK: Hellfire
FF7CC
-Ifrit
-Experiment No. 113
-Mako Ifrit
ATK: Hellfire
FF8 in-game FF8 card FF8 face FF8
-Ifrit
ATK: Hell Fire
FF9 in-game FF9
-Ifrit
ATK: Flames of Hell
FF10 in-game FF10 face FF10
-Ifrit
ATK: Meteor Strike (Special Attack), Inferno (Overdrive)
FF11 in-game FF11
-Ifrit
ATK: Punch, Fire II, Burning Strike, Double Punch, Roar, Fire IV, Flame Crash, Inferno (Astral Flow)
FF12 - Transportation
CP: No. 1 Cruiser Class Airship. Belonging to the 8th Fleet of the Archadian Imperial Army. Led the Imperial response to the Resistance attack on the royal palace in Rabanastre. (NOTE: In this game, Belias's limit break is called Hellfire.)
FF12 art FF12
-Ifrit
ATK: Hellfire
Tactics art Tactics
-Ifrit
ATK: Infernal Blaze
TA in-game TA art Tactics Advance
-Ifrit
ATK: Not named
Tactics A2
-Ifrit
ATK: Not named
MQ in-game Mystic Quest (ENEMY)
-Iflyte (NA) / Cyclops (JP)
FFU FFU Unlimited
-Ifrit
SOIL: Cardinal Red + Dark Crimson + Burnt Sienna

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