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Final Fantasy

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Mindy, Cindy, and Sandy, from left to right, by Yoshitaka Amano
"I am Sandy! I'm Cindy! And Mindy! We're the Magus Sisters! Sorry, but your quest will be over here. Take our Delta Attack and farewell!!"
—The Magus Sisters

The Magus Sisters (メーガス三姉妹 Mēgasu San Shimai lit. The Three Magus Sisters) are recurring characters in the Final Fantasy series, who always appear as a group of three. They are named Sandy (ドグ Dogu) the tallest and middle sister, Cindy(マグ Magu) the fat and oldest sister, and Mindy (ラグ Ragu) the smallest and youngest sister. They are commonly associated with the Delta Attack ability.

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Appearances

From left to right, Sandy, Cindy, and Mindy as they appear as they appear in the Nintendo DS remake of Final Fantasy IV.

Final Fantasy IV

For the boss pages, see Cindy, Mindy, and Sandy.

They first appeared as a boss in Final Fantasy IV at the top of the Tower of Zot, where they were minions to Barbariccia of the Air, one of Golbez's Archfiends. They would attack using their Delta Attack, in which Sandy would cast Reflect on Cindy, and Mindy would use a level two elemental spell or Bio on Cindy, reflecting it back on to Cecil's party. Cindy also had the power to revive her allies if they died.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

For the boss pages, see Cindy, Mindy, and Sandy.

All three of them reappear from the preceding game as bosses once again, and are fought in the Subterrane. They fight in the exact same way as in the previous game, and can be dealt with in the same manner as well.

Final Fantasy IX

The statue in Alexandria bears a striking resemblance to the Magus sisters, one figure being short, one being tall and slender, and the last being bulky. A plaque by the statue tells of three Knights of Pluto who fought bravely in the 15th Lindblum War in 1601.

Final Fantasy X

Artwork of the Magus Sisters.

The Magus Sisters make an appearance in Final Fantasy X as an extra Aeon that is found in Remiem Temple. They resemble their incarnations from Final Fantasy IV, but they wear insectoid armor, with Sandy being modeled after a Praying Mantis, Cindy, a Ladybeetle, and Mindy, a Bee. To obtain them, the player must first obtain the Flower Sceptre and the Blossom Crown and use them to open the back door of the Temple, where the sisters rest. Unlike most Aeons, they attack as three separate players. Their specific commands cannot be controlled, Yuna can only suggest actions for them to take by shouting "Attack!", "Defense!", "Help Each Other!", "Go, Go, Go!" etc, however the resulting effect under each heading is random. This is compensated somewhat by the fact that the Magus Sisters are all extremely powerful and can break the 9,999 damage limit right from the start.

The Magus Sisters' Fayth.

Also, When Tidus' party re-visit Magus Sisters' Fayth chamber the second time, Magus Sisters will appear before them. Here, in contrast to their Aeon appearance, they are shown to be roughly the same height and body type.

Sandy's special attack is called Razzia, Cindy's is called Camisade, and Mindy's is called Passado, which does fifteen consecutive weak attacks. Their Overdrive is Delta Attack, and is only used when all three of their gauges fill up. In the PAL and International versions of the game, Delta Attack hits six times and the total damage is equal to the single hit in the original version.

Also in the International and PAL versions of the game, once Yuna and her Guardians escape Bevelle, the Dark Sisters will be hanging around Mushroom Rock Road and won't hesitate to attack if you get too close.

Final Fantasy X-2

The Magus Sisters reappear in Final Fantasy X-2 as the second aeon battle waiting to impede Yuna, Rikku and Paine's venture into the Farplane.

Final Fantasy XI

Main article: Shikaree Sisters
The Shikaree Sisters of Final Fantasy XI.

The Shikaree Sisters are largely a reference to, if not a direct appearance of, the Magus Sisters, as hinted by Square Enix. Simply referred to as Shikaree X, Shikaree Y, and Shikaree Z, they wield the sisters respective weapons (scythe, daggers, polearm) and have their own Final Fantasy XI version of a delta attack in the form of skill chaining.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

The Magus Sisters appear as Liliths in Final Fantasy Tactics Advance. They are fought in "Mission #077: Free Baguba!" In this mission, they are known as Naga and each know only one of the three abilities the Lilith can use (Cindy only uses Poison Frog, Sandy only uses Twister, and Mindy only uses Kiss). When they are all defeated, Mindy will say she should have used her special attack, a reference to the Magus Sisters' Delta Attack.

Dissidia Final Fantasy

The automatic version of the Magus Sisters.
The manual version of the Magus Sisters.

The Magus Sisters appear as a summon in Dissidia Final Fantasy. When summoned, they allow the summoner to decrease the opponent's Brave Points by half and Reduce the Enemy's Base Brave by Half for a certain period of time. Their Auto version appears after the summoner's opponent deals a Brave break on the summoner, and shows an artwork of their Final Fantasy X artwork, while their normal version shows their Final Fantasy IV artwork. The Magus Sisters' auto version can be obtained in the third stage of the Destiny Odyssey X storyline, and its manual version can be obtained in the second stage of the Destiny Odyssey X storyline.

Kingdom Hearts

In the original Kingdom Hearts, "Mindy", "Cindy", and "Sandy" are the names of three Gummi Ship blueprints.

Itadaki Street Portable

The Magus Sisters appear as a chance card in Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Portable.

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Trivia

  • In Final Fantasy X, when you make the Sisters perform their overdrive, they surround the enemy/ies in eight crystals, four of blue hue, and four of red-ish orange hue. This is a reference back to Final Fantasy IV, as the crystals served as plot devices.
  • In the Dissidia character files, it is stated that Mindy is the fiercest of the three and would most likely win in a fight between the trio. Also, when Tidus finds the Summonstone containing the Magus Sisters in his Destiny Odyssey storyline, the sisters will ask him if they have met before, even though the version of the summonstone he finds contains the Final Fantasy IV Magus Sisters and not their Final Fantasy X counterparts. This may be a subtle suggestion that perhaps the Sisters from both IV and X are one and the same.

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GTA

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Cindy is a waitress in Maisonette 9 working for Anthony "Gay Tony" Prince. She is only seen in one mission, and has a short amount of diolouge after Tony orders her to give Luis Fernando Lopez, Ray Bulgarin, and Timur a round of drinks on the house.

When competing in the champange drinking mini-game, Cindy brings the bottle of champange up to Luis, and puts a lit sparkler into the mouth.

Mission appearances

The Ballad of Gay Tony

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Lostpedia

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Cindy Chandler was an Oceanic Airlines flight attendant. She was in the tail section of Flight 815 when it crashed. She went missing during the Tailies' journey across the Island to join the beach camp and appears to be living with the Others along with the other captured people. During her time with the Others, she has acted as the caretaker of Zach and Emma, two children who also survived the Flight 815 crash.

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Before the crash

Cindy talks with Jack on Oceanic flight 815. ("Pilot, Part 1")

Cindy appears to be of Australian origin. Prior to the crash of Oceanic Flight 815, Cindy had a short conversation with Jack, asking him if he was okay and later giving him a second bottle of vodka after noticing his lukewarm response to the question. Minutes later, she noticed Charlie's odd behavior, and after she alerted her colleagues, a paranoid Charlie rushed to the toilets causing Cindy to give chase. However, her pursuit of Charlie was interrupted when the plane hit a some minor turbulence and Cindy left to make the announcement for passengers to fasten their seatbelts. Cindy made it back to to him down the fuselage to the toilets, where he hid moments before the plane began to experience turbulence and tail end of the plane just before Oceanic Flight 815 broke in half and crashed into the sea near the mysterious Island. ("Pilot, Part 1")  ("Pilot, Part 2")

On the Island

Cindy emerges from the water after the crash. ("The Other 48 Days")  (promotional still)

After the crash, Cindy, like many others, helped the wounded get to shore. She told the other survivors that the plane had been a thousand miles off course before it crashed, and asked some of them to build a fire to signal any search planes. Eko asked Cindy to watch over the children, Emma and Zach, and Cindy acted as their primary caretaker before they were taken by the Others on Day 12.

Cindy claimed to have a talent at recognizing faces and suggested Nathan had not been on the plane, prompting Ana Lucia to throw him in a pit and interrogate him. After his disappearance, the group moved into the jungle and found a bunker, and they decided to live there. One day, while fishing in the ocean, Cindy and Libby found Jin and pulled him out of the ocean. The group tied him to a tree, but he broke free and tried to escape just as Michael and Sawyer washed ashore. All three of them were put into the tiger pit Ana Lucia had built. ("The Other 48 Days")

Days 44-48 (Season 2)

Ana Lucia determined that Sawyer, Jin, and Michael really were on the plane, and the group decided to travel across the Island to the beach camp. ("Everybody Hates Hugo")

Sawyer became ill during the journey, and while the tail section survivors attempted to move him up a steep hill in an improvised stretcher, Cindy unexpectedly disappeared. She was last seen passing Libby a stick halfway up the slope, but by the time the group got to the top of the hill, there was no sign of her. ("...And Found")  ("Abandoned")

Days 74-88 (Season 3)

Cindy with Emma in the cages area ("Stranger in a Strange Land")

About a month later, as Jack was being held in one of the animal cages at the Hydra, he woke up to see Cindy standing with a group of strangers looking at him. He recognized her from the plane and asked her how she had ended up with the Others. Cindy told him it was "not that simple," and Jack became angry. He asked her what she was doing there and she said she was there "to watch." Emma whispered in Cindy's ear and Cindy said Emma wanted to know how Ana Lucia was doing. Jack, remembering Ana Lucia's tragic death, shouted that if she had something to watch that she should go watch it. Abashed, Cindy led the group away from the cages. She later attended Juliet's trial. ("Stranger in a Strange Land")

Later, on the main Island, Cindy left the the Barracks with the rest of the Others. Locke helped her assemble her tent on their first night at the ruins and she thanked him. She told him not to mind the stares he was getting from some of the Others; they were just excited he was finally there with them, as they had been waiting for him for a long time. She later watched with Zach and Emma as Locke refused to kill his father, who was tied to a pillar amongst the ruins. ("The Brig")

Season 6

Cindy recognized passengers of Oceanic Flight 815. ("LA X, Parts 1 & 2")

Cindy was at the Temple with the group of Others being led by Dogen. She recognized Jack and his friends as being fellow plane crash survivors, and told Dogen as much. When the survivors are ordered to be shot, she does not seem flustered. After Sayid's apparent death, she, Zach, and Emma bring the survivors some food. She was also present for the rest of the events at the Temple, and likely heard about Jacob's death. ("LA X, Parts 1 & 2")

The Lost Experience and Bad Twin

Cindy was also featured in The Lost Experience, in which she was the unrequited love of Gary Troup, who dedicated his novel Bad Twin to "Cindy, my highest flying angel". He was reportedly "completely smitten" with her. In an interview, Troup commented that she was the girl who had changed his mind about marriage. Cindy was given a role in Troup's book, as main protagonist Paul Artisan speaks to a flight attendant named Cindy while on an Oceanic Airlines flight to Sydney.

This relationship does not appear to be canon, as it has never been mentioned in the show itself (Cindy, for example, has never tried to find out if he survived).

Trivia

  • Cindy was credited as Flight Attendant #1 in "Pilot, Part 1" and "Pilot, Part 2".
  • Cindy has appeared in 12 episodes so far.
  • Out of all the main characters, Cindy has been shown meeting Jack, Charlie, Eko, Ana Lucia, Libby, Jin, Michael, Sawyer, Locke, Kate, Hurley, Sayid and Miles.
    • Cindy has most likely met Ben, Juliet and Walt whilst she was with the Others. It's extremely likely that she attended Juliet's trial, as she spoke to Jack afterwards.
  • Cindy was supposed to be the crew member whose body Shannon cried over in the Pilot. This was scrapped when the writers needed a crew member to tell the tailies they were flying off course before the crash. They chose to allow Cindy to be that crew member.
  • Cindy's last name is Chandler. A chandler is a person who makes and sells candles. Dr. Pierre Chang of the DHARMA Initiative went by the names Marvin Candle, Mark Wickmund, and Edgar Halliwax in the DHARMA orientation films/videos.
  • Out of the 6 major factions of the show so far (Oceanic 815 Survivors, The Others, The DHARAMA Initiative, The Freighties, The Oceanic Six, Ajira 316 Survivors). Cindy is one of five characters outside the main cast (Ethan, Goodwin, Zach, and Emma) to be affiliated with more than one (815 survivors and the Others).
    • Ben was technically part of the Dharma Initiative faction originally.
    • Bram was part of both the Ajira 316 Survivors and The Others

Unanswered questions

Unanswered questions
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For fan theories about these unanswered questions, see: Cindy Chandler/Theories
  • Why was she taken by the Others after they already had everyone on their list?
    • What happened to her when she was taken?

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