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Final Fantasy Summons by Name Meaning
Can you pick the summons from the Final Fantasy series based on the meanings of their names?
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Includes summons, eidolons, guardian forces, and aeons from the numbered Final Fantasy games, excluding FFXI and FFXIV. Excludes sequels and spinoff series. Excludes spelling variations/former names.
Hindu god known as the creator, preserver, destroyer, concealer and revealer; often portrayed dancing
Possibly named after the legendary Hindu hero, the seventh avatar of Vishnu
A kind of monster or spirit in Arabic and Islamic mythology; usually winged and associated with fire
Any one of the Greek gods who preceded the Olympians
Father of the Norse gods, associated with wisdom, poetry, and magic
Biblical sea monster
Giant fish that supports the earth in Arabian mythology
A family of divine beings in Hindu mythology; often portrayed as evil demons
Monster out of European legend portrayed as a large lizard with a rooster's head; can petrify with its breath or stare
Creature from European legend usually portrayed as small, ugly, and mischievous
Monster first invented for Dungeons & Dragons; human shaped with tentacles around its mouth; eats brains
Greek name for a lizard-like monster; variations appear in many mythologies around the world
Spirit of air from European alchemical lore
Legendary creature said by Classical authors to live in Ethiopia; has the body of a buffalo and the head of a boar; can petrify or kill at a glance
In Jewish folklore, an artificial man made of inorganic material
In Spanish and Portuguese folklore, a lizard-like creature from South America with a gemstone on its head; the creature is possibly named for the round red gemstone of the same nam
Many-headed Greek water serpent slain by Heracles
Fire bird from Persian, Arabian, Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Indian, Chinese, and Turkish mythology; ignites itself in old age in order to be reborn
Hellenistic king who built an empire in the 4th century BC
German noble family which included the famous 19th century chancellor who unified the German states
Fairy creature from Scottish folklore; appears as a black cat with a white spot on its chest
Any one of the warriors in the Christian holy wars of the 11th-13th centuries
Giant wolf monster from Norse mythology
In Chinese mythology, a hooved creature whose appearance is a good omen
Hindu goddess of wealth and beauty; consort of Vishnu
Named after a hero in Irish mythology who went on an epic sea voyage with sixteen warriors to avenge his father's death
Name for the sea serpent that encircles the world in Norse mythology
Aztec god who appears as a feathered serpent
In Norse mythology, the 'twilight of the gods,' when almost all of the gods will die in battle with monsters, giants, and the dead
A god of thunder and lightning in Japanese mythology
Biblical holy being
A monstrous woman from Greek mythology who lures sailors to their deaths by her song
Creature from European folklore appearing as a horse with a horn on its head
Greek name for the Devil
Hero of Akkadian epic who survived a great flood
Greek god of the dead
Warriors who served King Arthur in British legend
In Arabian mythology, a bull that stands on the head of the giant fish supporting the world
An intense tropical storm, or a variation on the name of a monster in Greek mythology slain by Zeus
Three-headed dog guarding the gates to the underworld in Greek mythology
Paradise where the first man and woman were created in the Bible
Australian Aboriginal word meaning 'let's get together and have fun'
Feminized form of the capital of hell in Milton's 'Paradise Lost'
In Josephus's writings, the name of a Cypriot Jewish magician
In the Bible, the box used to contain and carry the tablets bearing the Ten Commandments
In Judeo-Christian demonology, a demon appearing as a lion with the head of either a man or a donkey
In Greek mythology, a king who fathered the centaurs by mating with a cloud shaped like the goddess Hera; punished for his sins in the afterlife by being bound to a flaming wheel
Japanese word for 'bodyguard'
Latin word for 'soul'
Modified form of the name of a demon from the Bible; name may originally have been Hebrew for 'worthless'
Form of the Greek name for one of the Christian gospel authors
Middle Eastern sun god to whom children were sacrificed; later a demon in Judeo-Christian demonology
Anagram of the name of the angel of death in Islamic, Sikh, and some Jewish mythology
Fallen angel in apocryphal Judeo-Christian texts
Any one of an order of angels in Judeo-Christian lore
Book of the Bible in which the Israelites flee Egypt and journey through the desert towards the Promised Land
Irish hero from Ulster named after his deed of defeating a fierce guard dog
In Greek mythology, a nothingness or gap which was one of the first entities in existence
From the Latin for 'last' or 'final'
Any one of the hundred-handed monsters birthed by Gaia in Greek mythology
Valkyrie from Norse mythology who is one of the main characters in the Nibelungenlied and related Eddic poems
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