Bahamut is a regular character in the Final Fantasy series. He is a large dragon whose appearance varies depending on game. Bahamut often appears as a summonable creature. Its signature attack is generally Mega Flare, in which he issues a massive blast of energy.
Bahamut is the central character of an optional side-quest. Upon completion of the side-quest, he upgrades the party's members.
Bahamut is encountered early in the game in a battle from which the player is forced to flee. He can optionally be fought at higher levels; defeating him grants the Bahamut summoning ability.
- Jobs: Evoker, Sage, Summoner
- White Summon: Increases attack power of all allies
- Black Summon: Instantly KO's all enemies
- High Summon: Damages all enemies with Mega Flare
For Boss Battle Stats See Bosses (FFIII)
Bahamut appears as an Esper obtained after defeating Death Gaze on the airship.
Level Bonus: Max HP+ 50%
MP Cost: 86
Special Move: Mega Flare
- Description: Powerful Mega Flare damages all enemies severly and pierces through all their defenses. Deals Non-Elemental Damage .
Bahamut appears as a Summon, in three different forms:
- Bahamut - A grey/black dragon who performs the Mega Flare attack, his summon materia is found in the Temple of the Ancients after defeating the Red Dragon.
- Neo Bahamut - A red/yellow dragon who performs the Giga Flare attack, his summon materia is found in the Northern Crater of the FF7 World Map, during your first visit.
- Bahamut ZERO - A six-winged, teal/grey dragon who performs the Terra Flare attack, his summon materia is obtained by touching the blue huge materia after having collected both the Bahamut and Neo Bahamut materia beforehand.
Main Article: Bahamut (Crisis Core)
Bahamut is one of the more powerful GFs in the game. He is found in the Deep Sea Research Center where you must battle and defeat him to acquire him. His attack Mega Flare is ideal because it is non-elemental and does massive damage. Bahamut also learns very useful abilities such as Rare Item (raises the chance of rare items being dropped by monsters), Mug, Auto-Protect, and the ability to refine items into the strongest magic in the game.
For more information, please see Sidequests & Mini Games (FFVIII).
Bahamut is originally one of Princess Garnet's Eidelons, but is extracted from her by Queen Brahne early in the game. Brahne later summons him at the Iifa Tree to attack Kuja, but Kuja uses the Invincible to capture him and use him to attack Alexandria. He is defeated after Garnet and Eiko summon Alexander to protect the city. Garnet can learn to summon Bahamut from the Garnet item given to the party by Beatrix. Bahumut has a non-elemental attack but can deal a huge amount of damage to your enemy.
Main Article: Bahamut (FFX)
Main Article: Bahamut (FFX-2)
Bahamut is fought as a boss in Chapter 2 in Bevelle.
The Bahamut is the name of an airship used as a sky fortress by the Archadian Imperial Army. This airship was designed by Dr. Cid and requires a large amount of Mist energy to function.
Main Article: Bahamut (FFXIII)
Bahamut is the given summon for Oerba Yun Fang. He is acquired in the Fifth Ark during Chapter 9. In Gestalt Mode, turns into a more mechanized version of himself and is able to be ridden by Fang.
Main Article: Bahamut (Dissidia)
Bahamut appears in Dissidia in both Auto and Manual summonstones. His Auto summon is modeled after the Final Fantasy X version, while the Manual summon is modeled after the Final Fantasy V version. The Manual summon effect lasts longer than the Auto summon.
|Final Fantasy III Summons|
|Bahamur | Catastro | Escape | Heatra | Hyper | Icen | Leviath | Spark|
|Final Fantasy IV Eidolons|
|Asura | Bahamut | Bomb | Chocobo | Cockatrice | Dragon | Goblin | Ifrit | Leviathan | Mindflayer | Odin | Ramuh | Shiva | Sylph | Titan | Whyt|
|Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Eidolons|
|Asura | Bahamut | Bomb | Chocobo | Cockatrice | Dragon | Goblin | Ifrit | Leviathan | Mindflayer | Odin | Ramuh | Shiva | Sylph | Titan|
|Final Fantasy V Summons|
|Bahamut | Carbuncle | Catoblepas | Chocobo | Golem | Ifrit | Leviathan | Odin | Phoenix | Ramuh | Remora | Shiva | Syldra | Sylph | Titan|
|Final Fantasy VI Espers|
|Alexander | Bahamut | Bismark | Cactuar | Carbuncle | Crusader | Fenrir | Golem | Ifrit | Kirin | Maduin | Odin | Palidor | Phantom | Phoenix | Ragnarok | Ramuh | Shiva | Shoat | Siren | Seraphim | Starlet | Stray | Terrato | Tritoch | Unicorn | ZoneSeek|
|Final Fantasy VII Summons|
|Alexander | Bahamut | Bahamut ZERO | Choco/Mog | Hades | Ifrit | Kjata | Knights of the Round | Leviathan | Neo Bahamut | Odin | Phoenix | Ramuh | Shiva | Titan | Typhon|
|Final Fantasy VIII Guardian Forces|
|Alexander | Bahamut | Boko | Brothers | Cactuar | Carbuncle | Cerberus | Diablos | Doomtrain | Eden | Gilgamesh | Ifrit | Leviathan | Minimog | Moomba | Odin | Pandemona | Phoenix | Quezacotl | Shiva | Siren | Tonberry|
|Final Fantasy IX Eidolons|
|Alexander | Ark | Atomos | Bahamut | Carbuncle | Fenrir | Ifrit | Leviathan | Madeen | Odin | Phoenix | Ramuh | Shiva | Titan|
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