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Bahamut artwork by Yoshitaka Amano
"Conqueror of the skies, Bahamut has known many names–the Dragon King, the Hallowed Father, the First Sire."
Dissidia Final Fantasy Summon Compendium

Bahamut (バハムート Bahamūto), sometimes known by his epithet "The Dragon King", is one of the most popular summons in the Final Fantasy series. He has appeared in several installments, as well as his own game, Bahamut Lagoon. He also appeared as an enemy in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, in addition to being the namesake for the Sky Fortress Bahamut in Final Fantasy XII. His attack, Mega Flare, sometimes translated as Sun Flare, deals non-elemental magic damage which ignores defense and evasion. He is typically considered the strongest among storyline summons and more often than not, the player must prove his/her worth by winning either against Bahamut himself, or, rarely, another storyline boss.




Final Fantasy

Main article: Bahamut (Final Fantasy).

Bahamut played a major role in the original game, promoting the the player's characters into a newer, more powerful upgrade, after you have acquired a Rat's Tail from the Citadel of Trials. The new classes are not only stronger, but roughly half will get access to additional magic spells. Most if not all will be able to equip more kinds of equipment. The following class upgrades are:

Final Fantasy III

Bahamut as he appeared in the Nintendo DS remake of Final Fantasy III.
Bahamut as he appear in the NES version of Final Fantasy III
For the enemy page, see Bahamut (Final Fantasy III).

The Warriors of Light travel to Canaan where they find a girl waiting for her love to come back. The heroes must find him on Dragon's Peak. When reaching the top, they enter into battle with Bahamut. This first battle with him cannot be won and the heroes must flee. Later in the game, the heroes may visit Bahamut's Lair to battle him. When defeated, the heroes are rewarded with the Level 8 Summon Magic spell Bahamur in order to summon him. This is the first time Bahamut can be used as a summon and the first time he is a boss in a Final Fantasy game.

  • White summoning:Aura: casts Aura on the party
  • Black summoning:Rend: Instant KO to one enemy if successful
  • High summoning:Mega Flare: deals non-elemental damage to all enemies

Final Fantasy IV

Bahamut in Final Fantasy IV
"The Hallowed Father...The First Sire, Hallowed Father to all Eidolons, watches over his children from on high. So indomitable is His strength that He has never known defeat. None could hope to emerge victorious against Him, save perhaps a warrior capable of rising to the heavens in order to deliver the felling stroke."
—Eidolon Library
For the enemy page, see Bahamut (Final Fantasy IV)
Bahamut as he appeared in the remake of Final Fantasy IV

Bahamut was the "God of Eidolons," and lived on the Red Moon in the Lair of the Father awaiting Rydia to come and challenge him so she could be able to Summon him; in order to be given this challenge, Rydia must already be in possession of Leviathan's summon. He has two guards who take the form of children, and he has admitted that Rydia was the first he ever accepted.

Lunar Bahamut challenges Kain Highwind during his trial in the Lunar Ruins in Final Fantasy IV Advance. Dark Bahamut is an optional boss in the Lunar Subterrane.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Maenad summons Bahamut against the party.
For the battle information, see: Bahamut (The After Years)

Maenad, one of the antagonists of Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, summons Bahamut to fight Cecil Harvey in the beginning of the game and in the final chapter. Bahamut is under the Maenad's control during both appearances, but in the last chapter he comes to his senses and turns on her, rejoining the heroes.

Final Fantasy V

Bahamut in Final Fantasy V
For the enemy page, see Bahamut (Final Fantasy V).

Bahamut is released in the Merged World, after the Tablet from the Pyramid of Moore is obtained. Then, he moves to the North Mountain in the Third World. The party must climb the mountain and fight him at the top. He is a Level 5 Summon which deals non-elemental damage to all enemies and is obtained after the fight.

Final Fantasy VI

See the Summon sequence here.
Bahamut in Final Fantasy VI

Bahamut is an Esper in this game. He is acquired after defeating Deathgaze on the Falcon. However, if Deathgaze is killed using an attack that delays its final attack for one turn (such as Banish), the party will not receive Bahamut's Magicite. Mega Flare (Sun Flare in the SNES Version) deals non-elemental magic damage to all opponents. Its Spell Power is 92, it is unblockable, and it ignores defense. It costs 86 MP to cast. It teaches Flare at a rate of x2. Bahamut's Level Up bonus is to increase HP by 50%.

Bahamut can also be summoned by using Setzer's Slots ability, by getting three dragon symbols in a row.

Final Fantasy VII


See the Summon sequence here.

The Bahamut materia is found in the Temple of the Ancients after defeating the Red Dragon. Both Bahamut and Neo Bahamut are required to unlock Bahamut ZERO.


It costs 100 MP and casts "Mega Flare".
Level -- AP Needed

  • Level 1 -- 0
  • Level 2 -- 20000
  • Level 3 -- 50000
  • Level 4 -- 80000
  • Level 5 -- 120000

Stat Changes

  • Magic +1
  • Magic Defense +1
  • Maximum HP -5%
  • Maximum MP +5%

Neo Bahamut

See the Summon sequence here.

Neo Bahamut (バハムート改 Bahamūto Kai lit. Revised Bahamut) is another version of Bahamut. The animation of Neo Bahamut is the enemy/enemies being sent into the sky on a piece of earth. Neo Bahamut then uses a beam to destroy the piece of earth and damage the enemy/enemies. This attack is called "Giga Flare" and deals non-elemental damage to all the enemy party members. The Neo Bahamut materia can be found in your first trip to Northern Crater, lying on the ground.

Neo Bahamut

Neo Bahamut costs 140 MP and casts "Giga Flare".

Level -- AP Needed

  • Level 1 -- 0
  • Level 2 -- 30000
  • Level 3 -- 80000
  • Level 4 -- 140000
  • Level 5 -- 200000

Stat Change

  • Magic +1
  • Magic Defense +1
  • Maximum HP -5%
  • Maximum MP +5%

Bahamut ZERO

See the Summon sequence here.

Bahamut ZERO (バハムート零式 Bahamūto Reishiki lit. Bahamut Zero Style), among the stars, launches a massive beam of non-elemental energy at the enemies. This attack is called "Tera Flare". The Bahamut ZERO materia can be found at the planetarium in Cosmo Canyon when you touch the Blue Huge Materia, however you must already have obtained both Bahamut and Neo Bahamut to acquire it.

Bahamut ZERO

Bahamut ZERO costs 180 MP and casts "Tera Flare".

Level AP needed
Level 1 0
Level 2 35000
Level 3 120000
Level 4 150000
Level 5 250000

Stat Changes

  • Magic +4
  • Magic Defense +4
  • Maximum HP -10%
  • Maximum MP +15%

Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children

Bahamut SIN in Advent Children
Bahamut SIN's concept art

Bahamut SIN (バハムート震 Bahamūto Shin lit. Bahamut Tremor) is a form of Bahamut, a monstrous dragon, that only appears in the CGI movie Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. It is Summoned by the movie's antagonist Kadaj in order to wreak havoc on the people of Edge, a town built near the broken ruins of the former metropolis Midgar. It is defeated by Cloud Strife with the help of his companions from Final Fantasy VII. It was given the name "Bahamut SIN" in the English version due to a translation error, its real name being "Bahamut TREMOR" (Bahamut SHIN in the Japanese audio version).

It is notable for appearing as a twisted, demonic version of Bahamut, its eyes sunken, red, and bug-like, its skull featuring a series of demonic, ram-like horns, and its wings supported by a series of fly's wings, lending some credence to the English mistranslation "Bahamut SIN." It otherwise bears stronger resemblance to the Bahamut from Final Fantasy X than it does to Final Fantasy VII's Bahamut, although it is even more in line with the revised Crisis Core version of Bahamut. Takeya who designed Bahamut has stated its appearance was inspired by the culture of the Jōmon period in Japanese history.

Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-

Bahamut Zero in Before Crisis

Bahamut can be summoned in battle using the appropriate materia in this game, and deals heavy non-elemental damage to all enemies. Bahamut Zero also appears in the game.

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-

For the enemy page, see Bahamut (Crisis Core).
See the summon sequences here.
Bahamut in Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-
Two versions of Bahamut appear, each as a boss in the game. The original version of Bahamut from Final Fantasy VII uses the original Mega Flare.
For the enemy page, see Bahamut Fury (Boss).
Bahamut Fury

Bahamut Fury (バハムート烈 Bahamūto Retsu lit. Bahamut Fury) is a much larger golden version of Bahamut. Bahamut Fury uses a new attack called Exa Flare, comprised of a blast from the planet's moon that's triggered by Bahamut Fury's own energy blast. Both can be added to the DMW by obtaining the appropriate materia. Bahamut Fury is often mistaken for an updated Bahamut ZERO due to the cosmic scale of its attack and similarities in the execution of both Exa Flare and Tera Flare, but the similarities end there, and they are two very different incarnations of Bahamut. In SI notation, Exa- is orders of magnitude stronger than Tera-, and Fury's summon animation reflects this by being larger in scale than that of Bahamut ZERO. Bahamut Fury's Exa Flare can easily make 99,999 damage to all enemies with the damage cap breaker. Along with the standard magic attacks and claw swipes, Bahamut Fury is able to jettison the six spikes on its wings at enemies in a powerful attack known as "Hexafang".

Final Fantasy VIII

For the enemy page, see Bahamut (Final Fantasy VIII).
See the Summon sequence here.
Bahamut in Final Fantasy VIII

Bahamut is a Guardian Force in this game. He is acquired after defeating him in the Deep Sea Research Center. It is uncertain how he actually got there, but he does make an obscure reference to this immediately prior to the battle:

  • Squall: "The Great GF...Bahamut"
  • Bahamut: "GF? I..."
  • Bahamut: "Using my powers... it is you humans I fear"

This may indicate that Bahamut was created or captured at the Research Center and experimented on, which would explain his intense dislike of humans, or he could also mean that his powers could fall into the wrong hands.
Abilities learned from Bahamut are listed below:

Command Ability AP GF Ability AP
Magic N/A Boost 10
Draw N/A SumMag +10% 40
GF N/A SumMag +20% 70
Item N/A SumMag +30% 140
Junction Ability AP SumMag +40% 200
Ability x4 N/A GF HP +10% 40
Character Ability AP GF HP +20% 70
Str +60% N/A GF HP +30% 140
Mag +60% N/A GF HP +40% 200
Mug 200 Menu Ability AP
Auto Protect 250 Forbid Mag-RF N/A
Expend x2-1 250 Party Ability AP
Mov HP-Up 200 Rare Item 250

Triple Triad

Image:TTBahamut.png Level 9 (GF Card) Element none
Refine 1 refines into 100 Megalixirs
Drop Bahamut
Card n/a
Win n/a

Final Fantasy IX

See the Summon sequence here.
Bahamut in Final Fantasy IX

Bahamut is an Eidolon in this game, and he plays a major role in the story. He was one of Princess Garnet's original Eidolons, but was extracted by Zorn and Thorn for Queen Brahne to use. However, she did not summon him until the battle at the Iifa Tree against Kuja. There, Kuja used the Invincible to enslave it and kill Queen Brahne. Kuja then controlled Bahamut. He used Bahamut to attack Alexandria, however, Garnet and Eiko Carol defeated it by Summoning Alexander together. After obtaining the Hilda Garde III, Beatrix gives the Garnet to Zidane, which Princess Garnet can use to Summon Bahamut. The amount of damage Bahamut can do is equal to 88 plus the total number of Garnet in the party's inventory.

Bahamut's attack is Mega Flare, which inflicts massive non-elemental damage to all enemies. It is learned through the Garnet item.

Tetra Master

  • Card 066
  • Location: Treno, Card Stadium

Final Fantasy X

Bahamut, as depicted in Final Fantasy X
See the Summon and Overdrive sequence here.
Bahamut's fayth.

Bahamut is an Aeon in this game, and once again, he plays a major role in the story. He sleeps in Bevelle Temple where Summoners can obtain him on their Pilgrimage. His special attack is Impulse, a non-elemental attack which causes moderate damage to all enemies, and his overdrive is Mega Flare. Bahamut is the most powerful of the Aeons the player acquires as part of the storyline, as well as one of the few that can exceed the 9,999 damage limit from the start. In his Fayth form of a young boy, he is Tidus's guide in Spira and reveals the truth that Tidus is a dream of the Fayth and was brought to Spira to defeat Sin for good. Only Tidus and Yuna can see him.

Bahamut can be fought thrice in the game. Isaaru's Bahamut, titled Spathi, is fought in the Via Purifico. Belgemine's Bahamut can be fought in Remiem Temple, where he can be fought repeatedly, and he is also fought during the game's final battle.

In the International and PAL versions of the game, the Dark Bahamut will be waiting patiently to offer Tidus and his party a quick end to their lives if the party decides to revisit the scene of their victory over Yunalesca at Zanarkand.

Final Fantasy X-2

Due to Shuyin's grief and hatred for Spira, Dark Bahamut is brought to life and attacks the Gullwings when they discover the empty chamber that used to house Vegnagun. His appearance comes as quite a shock to Yuna, as she is faced with one of her beloved Aeons that helped defeat Sin. She even attempts to talk to Bahamut before being forced to fight for her life.

Bahamut was not truly destroyed however. He appeared in the Farplane Abyss after the Gullwings defeated Dark Anima and tells Yuna why he and the other Fayth did it. They weren't strong enough to overcome the darkness. After the defeat of Vegnagun and Shuyin, Bahamut appears before Yuna (albeit in his Fayth form)in the Farplane Glen. During this meeting, Bahamut gives Yuna the option to resurrect Tidus. If the player has completed certain tasks in the game, and Yuna chooses yes, then Bahamut and the other Fayths will grant Yuna's wish.

Final Fantasy XI

Bahamut in Final Fantasy XI, the Conqueror of the Skies

Bahamut is present in Final Fantasy XI as a plot-based avatar. He is a prominent figure in the Chains of Promathia storyline, but is unavailable to players as a summon.

Bahamut first makes an appearance in the opening cutscene of Chains of Promathia. After the crystal line is disrupted by the Emptiness, he appears to issue a warning unto the people of Vana'diel that the Keeper of the Apocalypse's arrival is near. As the Wyrmking, he commands his minions to "let the blood of the gods spill forth on the soil of their creation." Later, having having been sent to Cape Riverne to investigate the sudden uplifting of the area, the player, along with Prishe and Ulmia, arrive at the Monarch Linn and encounter Nag'molada chanting the Memoria de la S^tona. Bahamut appears, identifies Nag'molada as a Kului, and discusses with him the oncoming flood of Emptiness, believed to be unleashed by man.

After a short battle against guards, Prishe interrupts their conversation. Not long after, Selh'teus appears, urging that Bahamut's predictions of the end of mankind are mistaken. Bahamut exits. Much later, the player, along with Ulmia and Tenzen, return to the Monarch Linn in order to learn the truth of the recent happenings from Bahamut. Bahamut scoffs at their determination, mocking their "imcompleteness" as the dream-keeper Diabolos had, and directs the wyrm Ouryu to attack the party. The group forces Ouryu to retreat, however Bahamut still refuses to heed the party's request. He reveals that, long before, he had made a pact with a young boy should the day when the Keeper of the Apocalypse would return. Acknowledging that the time has come, he commands his army of wyrms to gather in preparation for the coming salvation of the land, and leaves the group with a grim message; "Children of the dawn, your end is near!"

A storyline mission available after finishing the first two expansions features Bahamut as a boss. Those who complete this mission can take part in an optional battle with Bahamut that ranks amongst the most difficult in the game, not in the least because he summons most of the game's other wyrms to help him. Ever since a recent update in which Bahamut gradually builds up resistance to certain types of magic, the number of groups that have defeated his second form have dwindled significantly.

Bahamut is also the name of a server for Final Fantasy XI.

Final Fantasy XII

Sky Fortress Bahamut in FFXII.
Main article: Sky Fortress Bahamut.

Though not a summon in this game, Bahamut appears as the final dungeon of the game, Sky Fortress Bahamut. The final boss of the game, The Undying, however, takes on an appearance similar to Bahamut, and is even able to use Bahamut's signature attacks, Megaflare and Teraflare, as well as an attack called Gigaflare Sword.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

Main article: Bahamut (Revenant Wings).
Bahamut in Revenant Wings.
"Wyrm Tyrant that soars on the wings of night."
—In-Game Description

Bahamut, again, appears as a plot device. Judge of Wings summons him to destroy part of the Muruc Cashuac Sky sea.

Bahamut appears as a boss and an actual summon in Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings. He is a rank 3 Non-Elemental Aerial summon. His regular attack is Bahamut Claw, while his special attack, Mega Flare, causes massive non-elemental damage to all targets in range, and inflicts Disable.

Final Fantasy XIII

Fang and Bahamut.

Bahamut is present in Final Fantasy XIII as Oerba Yun Fang's Eidolon. He is summoned by Fang from a crystal shard. He then dives from the sky in his Gestalt form before landing and returning to his original form. His regular attack in his normal form resembles a less powerful version of Mega Flare. Fang, Lightning, and Vanille will first face him as a boss, as a test to prove Fang's strength to him. His Gestalt Mode sees him transform into a flying mechanical dragon, which Fang can ride. His attacks then involve quick dives, lasers and explosion, culminating in a very powerful Mega Flare.

Final Fantasy Tactics

Bahamut in Final Fantasy Tactics

Bahamut appears as a powerful summon in this game, and you can summon him by using Summon Magic. You can learn to summon Bahamut by using 1200 JP. It costs 60 MP and has a speed of 10. In the PS version, when summoned, the summoner will sometimes say, Scorch with dragon flame! Bahamut!

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers

The emblem "Bahamut Strikes"
Layle facing Bahamut

Bahamut appears as a boss in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers summoned by Amidatelion. The Yuke summons Bahamut to keep Layle and Keiss from pursuing him. The fight has two stages, one with a horde of goblins fighting Layle and another taking place among floating boulders. Bahamut itself holds no major importance in the story beyond showing the full extent of Amidatelion's power. After the dragon is defeated, no further mention is made of it and the heroes continue on their chase. Although Bahamut is never mentioned again, the dragon appears as an emblem for Layle's jacket. This marks the first time that Bahamut appears in a Crystal Chronicles game.

Final Fantasy: Unlimited

Gun Dragon in the Final Episode

In the anime, Final Fantasy: Unlimited, a Bahamut-like summon named Gun Dragon makes an appearance as the ultimate summon at Kaze's disposal. It came in two forms: the "Chaos" reddish form seen in the first episode and the rarely seen silver true form seen on the finale and the FFU: Before CD. The Soil Charge Triad (Soil is like the colored bullet of a Magun, used to summon creatures) needed to summon Gun Dragon is:

  • The light that fills up your eyes! Tears of the Rainbow!
  • The ultimate spirit! Soul Gun Metal!
  • The helix of my life! Endless White!

However, in both occurrences, Kaze must turn himself into Endless White, leaving Makenshi to fire the MaGun in Unlimited Before and Lisa in the anime series finale.

The villain Pist steals the Magun at one point, and creates the "Ultimate Summon" with it—however, he is unable to handle the energies involved, and it blows up in his face. Pist's Soil Charge Triad is:

  • The glare of obvious intelligence! Marvelous Orange!
  • The desire for an endless quest! Maniac Purple!
  • The promise of a perfect victory! Char-Coral Pink!

Dissidia Final Fantasy

The automatic version of Bahamut
The manual version of Bahamut

Bahamut appears as a summon in Dissidia. When used, Bahamut casts Aura on the user, which repeatedly increases their Brave Points over a certain period of time.

Bahamut can be summoned by two distinct ways: automatically, which summons it immediately when the summoner's Brave becomes lower than half of their original Brave base, increasing their BP by periods of 20 and showing its Final Fantasy X artwork, and manually, where the summoner's BP is increased by periods of 40 and its Final Fantasy V artwork appears. Bahamut's auto version is obtained in the third stage of the Destiny Odyssey VIII storyline and its manual version is obtained in the second stage of the Destiny Odyssey VIII storyline. The dialogue he says to the player is based on what he says to the party in Final Fantasy IV when he is beaten.

Non-Final Fantasy Appearances

Bahamut, as shown in an artwork for Lord of Vermilion

Chocobo series

Main article: Bahamut (Chocobo Series).

Bahamut is a recurring non-playable character in the Chocobo game series. In Chocobo's Dungeon 2, however, by breaking a very high level claw it is possible to receive Bahamut as a playable character. You must give up a lot of Energy to call him though.

Kingdom Hearts

Bahamut was originally planned to be a summon for Kingdom Hearts, but was removed before the game was released. All that was left was a small data code in the game that could be accessed with cheat devices, causing the option to summon Bahamut to be in the summon menu. However, attempting to summon Bahamut would cause the game to crash.

Itadaki Street Special

Bahamut appears in Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Special.

Itadaki Street Portable

Bahamut appears in Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Portable.

Lord of Vermilion

Bahamut is one of the summoned characters in this arcade-based card game. Its ability deals Fire damage to all enemies in range.

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars


Bahamut makes an appearance in Bowser's Keep as "Bahamutt". In keeping with the series tradition, it is summoned into battle by Magikoopa and must be slain before Magikoopa can be attacked again.

The World Ends With You

"The ultimate Tin Pin, that of the Wyrmking. Press empty space to activate his psych, which Reapers fearfully call "Mega Flare"."
—Pin Description

Bahamut appears as a pin called Tin Pin Bahamut in The World Ends with You. His psych blasts a huge burst of energy at the opponent, dealing massive damage on contact. The energy beam bears a slight resemblance to the Hadoken often seen in other media.

Golden Sun: The Lost Age

In this unrelated Game Boy Advance RPG, there is a djinn summon known as Eclipse. Eclipse bears an uncanny resemblance to Bahamut in Crisis Core (albeit the difference in color in some cartridges), and its attack is almost identical to Crisis Core's version of Megaflare. However, it is never stated that Eclipse is an incarnation of Bahamut. Furthermore, given that The Lost Age was released many years prior to Crisis Core, any similarities cannot be anything more than a coincidence.

Appearance in Popular Culture

8-Bit Theater

Bahamut is a minor character in the webcomic 8-Bit Theater. The Light Warriors journey to find the rat tail (which is supposedly a cure for his impotence) and are granted a class change, as in the original game. He is also apparently dating Matoya, making this all the more disturbing.


Bahamut (Arabic بهموت Bahamūt) originated as an enormous fish in ancient pre-Islamic Arabian mythology. Upon Bahamut's back stands a bull with four thousand eyes, ears, noses, mouths, tongues and feet called Kujuta (also spelled "Kuyutha"). Between each of these is a distance of a 500-year journey. On the back of Kujuta is a mountain of ruby. Atop this mountain is an angel who carries six hells, earth, and seven heavens on its shoulders.

Another version of the Arabic story is that Bahamut is indeed a dragon and he stands on a whale called Liwash.

In modern times the game Dungeons & Dragons is responsible for reimagining Bahamut as the king of dragons, a benevolent Platinum Dragon; the opposite of the malevolent Tiamat the five headed Chromatic Queen of Dragons.

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Up to date as of February 06, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki

English: Bahamut
Attribute: DARK Image:Dark.png
Types: Esper-Dragon/Effect
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ATK/DEF: 5000/5000
Card Lore: This card cannot be Normal Summoned or Set. This card can only be Special Summoned by the effect of a "Master Summoner" card. During battle between this attacking card and a Defense Position monster whose DEF is lower than the ATK of this card, inflict double the difference as Battle Damage to your opponent.
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Card Limit: Limited
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