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Dullahan (デュラハン Durahan) is a recurring enemy and boss in the Final Fantasy series. The dullahan typically takes on the form of an undead knight.



Final Fantasy III

Dullahan in Final Fantasy III
Main article: Dullahan (Final Fantasy III)

The Dullahan is fought in Castle Hein as a normal enemy and is the strongest enemy in the area. A similar enemy is the Thanatos, but it is much stronger. The Thanatos is found in the Ancients' Maze.

Final Fantasy VI

Dullahan in Final Fantasy VI
Main article: Dullahan (Final Fantasy VI)

The Dullahan is a boss fought in Darill's Tomb. The similar Daedalus is fought in Kefka's Tower as a normal enemy, along with palette swaps of many other bosses. In the Advance release, Armodullahan is fought as a normal enemy in Dragon's Den.

Final Fantasy XII

Dullahan's bestiary entry
Main article: Dullahan (Final Fantasy XII)

The Dullahan is a normal enemy encountered in the Lhusu Mines. Contrary to its other appearances, it is not an undead enemy and is a giant-type instead.

Vagrant Story

Dullahan in Vagrant Story
Main article: Dullahan (Vagrant Story)

The Dullahan is a boss encountered in the Wine Cellar.

Final Fantasy Mystic Quest

Dullahan in Mystic Quest
Main article: Dullahan (Mystic Quest)

The Dullahan is fought as a boss on Mt. Gale. Palette swaps of the Dullahan, the Thanatos, are fought in the final areas of the game.


The dullahan is a mythical horseman, a headless knight who rides a black horse, sometimes in a cart made from bones and funeral objects that is pulled by the horse. The dullahan will ride through the night and call out a person's name, at which point that person dies, and they will violently strike down anyone who sees them, using a whip made from a human spine to lash out their eyes. The legend of the dullahan may have inspired the Legend of Sleepy Hollow.

This article uses material from the "Dullahan" article on the Final Fantasy wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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