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Alus Restor
Alus Restor
Portrait(s) {{{portrait}}}
Kana アルス・レストー
Romaji Arusu Resutō
Age 10
Hometown Saronia
First meeting Southwestern Saronia
Final Fantasy III Character
Alus in the NES version
Prince Alus Restor is the young crown prince of Saronia in Final Fantasy III. An outspoken prince, he is very shy and has recently fallen on hard times. In the Nintendo DS remake, Arc takes a certain liking towards him because both of them were constantly belittled in the past despite the big age difference.


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King Gorn sacrifices himself to stop Gigameth from forcing him to kill Alus, from the Nintendo DS remake.

Alus was kicked out of the castle by his father, King Gorn, who had been acting strangely recently. He meets the party and befriends Arc when he defends the prince in the tavern. With encouragement from Arc, he decides to confront his father. In truth, King Gorn is being controlled by Gigameth, the retainer of Saronia, who tries to have the King kill his son. However, the king stabs himself, as he would rather die than hurt his son. After the Warriors of the Light defeat Gigameth, who turned into the monster Garuda, Alus becomes the king of Saronia. Alus later appears in the Crystal Tower, to help dispel the Curse of the Five Wyrms on the Warriors of Light. When the party enters the World of Darkness, Alus stays behind with the others to await their return.

Some time later, Alus is crowned king of Saronia. His duties mean that he can no longer see his friend Arc.


Alus has skills in low-level White Magic, such as Confuse and Aero. He fights with a Boomerang.


  • In the Dawn of Souls and 20th Anniversary remakes of the original Final Fantasy, Arus is one of the automatic names the player can choose for the Warrior Job.

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