Final Fantasy Compendium

Final Fantasy 3 Characters

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Alus Restor, Prince
The son of King Gorn of Salonia was banished from the castle when Gigameth took control. He enlists the help of the Heroes to regain his father and his rightful place. He ends up taking the throne himself, as circumstances would have it.

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Aria Benett [GUEST]
The water maiden is the first person the Heroes see when they leave the Floating Continent. She's stuck in a shipwreck. Aria is the only person who can speak to the Water Crystal and get the rest of the world un-submerged.

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Arc [HERO]
(FF3DS only) An orphan raised by Topapa and Luneth's best friend. Although shy and studious, his book knowledge makes up for his lack of adventurousness.

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Cid Haze [GUEST]
The funny-looking engineer is the mastermind of airships on the Floating Continent. This overblown little man works for the king of Argass and utilizes the Time Gear to make airships. He was stuck in Kazus under the spell of Jinn (causing him to become a two-dimensional ghost), but was helped out by the Heroes.

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Cloud of Darkness [VILLAIN]
Not so much a character as the embodiment of evil, yada yada yada. It (she?) was summoned by Xande, but naturally overpowered him and decided to destroy the world. Guess who has to kill her first?
 
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Dark Warriors
Legend tells that these warriors will appear when the power of light threatens to overwhelm dark. They reportedly restored balance in the past when the light threatened the world. If you defeat all four optional bosses (Cerberus, Two-Headed Dragon, Echidna, and Ahriman), the Dark Warriors will help you in your final battle against the Cloud of Darkness.

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Delilah
This eccentric (okay, mad as a hatter) old lady lives in the sewers and owns a pair of Floating Shoes which are required to cross a certain swamp. She also for some reason keeps a pair of exploding shoes to throw at intruders.

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Desch [GUEST]
The son of Owen was appointed as the caretaker of the Tower of Owen, which powers the Floating Continent. However, he began to travel and contracted amnesia. He fell in love with Salina of Canaan but left again for reasons unknown - he was found in Bahamut's nest. He follows the Heroes around for a while and finally regains his memory in the Tower of Owen.

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Djinn
(Aliases: Jinn (NES)) Djinn was banished in the Sealed Cave when an earthquake freed him. He quickly cast a spell on the Town of Kazus and Castle Sasune to turn all residents into ghosts. The heroes and Princess Sara travel to the Sealed Cave and successfully banish Djinn and free the townsfolk from his curse using Princess Sara's mythril ring.

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Doga [GUEST]
The mysterious old man was one of the three students of Archmage Noah. He was given the mystical knowledge of magic to control. He helps out in many ways, even after his death. He holds the key to the Forbidden Land Eureka.

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Gigameth
The chancellor to King Gorn of Salonia is a bad apple if there ever was. He controls the king's mind with magic, to the point of trying to make him kill his own son Alus. That went a little too far, and Gorn releases himself from Gigameth's control, forcing Gigameth to turn into the giant bird Garuda and fight the Heroes himself.

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Goldor
A money-hungry knight had a special Crystal made for him by Dorga which creates gold. His house is completely made of it. He placed a golden chain on the Heroes' airship, fearing that they were the four Dark Warriors whom he fears. They weren't, but he's not a very nice guy anyway, so they defeat him. He destroys his crystal after that ("if I can't have it, no one can!").

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Gorn, King
The king of Saronia is controlled by the evil Gigameth. However, when Gigameth tries to make him kill his son Alus, he revolts and instead stabs himself. Gigameth doesn't like that very much; he has to fight the four Heroes himself now.

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Gutsco
A strange-looking thief who's after the two Horns of the dwarves. After gaining them both by hiding in the Heroes' shadows, he travels to the Flame Cave and powers up to become the Salamander.

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Homac, Elder
One of the elders in Ur.

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Hein
A skeletal sorceror who stole the Elder Tree from the Living Forest and transformed it into a flying palace. He captured the king of Argass and his entire court and keeps them captive. Why? Who knows! Hein used to be the king's chancellor; that might have something to do with it. The Heroes also get captured, something Hein lives (not very long) to deeply regret.

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Ingus [HERO]
(FF3DS only) A soldier of King Sasune's army who escaped the Djinn's curse. His goal is to find Princess Sara.

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Jiru
An old man in Amur who holds the key to the sewers where Delilah lives.

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King Argus
King of Castle Argus, whose people were imprisoned in Castle Hein. Once he is freed, he provides the light warriors with the Wheel of Time, allowing Cid to convert the Enterprise into an airship.

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Luneth [HERO]
(FF3DS only) An orphan raised by Nina and Topapa. His curiosity and sense of adventure often get the better of him.

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Moonwalk
A dwarf who walks backwards and guards the Dwarf Cave treasure room.

Nina
The adoptive mother of the four Heroes lives patiently in Ur, waiting for her "sons" to return.

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Noah, Archmage
The precursor of all magic had three students: Dorga, whom he gave the power of magic to; Unei, to whom he gave the Dream World; and Xande, to whom he gave life as a human. Not much else is known about him.

Old Men
These men, living in Amur, believe that they are the light warriors until they have to be rescued from a pack of Goblins by the true light warriors. Later, in the crystal tower, an old man is summoned to block one of the five demon statues.

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Owen
One of the ancient scholars of magic created the Floating Continent. The magical tower which keeps it running he called the Tower of Owen (there's humility for you). He placed his son Desch as the caretaker of the tower.

Refia [HERO]
A girl raised by Takka in Kazus who, sick of her harsh training, runs away from home (again) and join the band of adventurers.

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Sara Altney, Princess [GUEST]
A spunky girl who happens to be the assistant ruler of Sassoon Castle. She's also the only one who can end Jinn's curse (which turns people into two-dimensional ghosts) by using a Mithril Ring and her castle's holy spring. (See also Princess Sara (FF1))

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Salina
Desch's love pines away for her in Canaan as he gallivants everywhere besides where she is.

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Takka
The world's greatest blacksmith lives in Kazus. He can affix a battering-ram device to Cid's Airship to make it destroy the boulder leading to the rest of the world. Of course, the airship explodes after that... doesn't it make ya just cry?

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Topapa
The head elder of Ur is also the Heroes' adoptive father. He acknowledges their destiny and shoves them on their way. (Honestly, what else is he supposed to do?)

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Unei [GUEST]
One of the three students of Archmage Noah, she controls the Dream World. Unfortunately, that means she's asleep, and only Noah's Lute can wake her. She has great powers for good, like Dorga, and help the Heroes out even after she dies. She has a parrot who talks.

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Xande [VILLAIN]
Archmage Noah's third student was given life as a human, but it wasn't enough. Using his powers for evil, he summoned the Cloud of Darkness to give him power, but the plan naturally backfired. Xande took up residence at the top of the Sylx Tower, waiting for... something, I guess. The Cloud still remains a threat even after Xande is defeated.

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