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The Archfiends stand against the party under Golbez's command

The Archfiends, also known as Elemental Lords (Game Boy Advance), Four Fiends of the Elements (SNES and PlayStation), Four Emperors (J2e), or Four Heavenly Kings (Japanese) are a group of powerful elemental beings that serve Golbez in Final Fantasy IV. They consist of the Blighted Despot, Scarmiglione, the Drowned King, Cagnazzo, Empress of the Winds, Barbariccia, and Autarch of Flame, Rubicante.

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Story

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The Archfiends are minions of Zemus who placed them under the command of Golbez. As the strongest monsters under his control and the generals of his army, the Archfiends were only dispatched against Cecil Harvey after he began searching for a way to become a Paladin. Golbez sent Scarmiglione to Mount Ordeals to kill Cecil, as his undead were immune to Cecil's dark sword. With the assistance of Palom, Porom and Tellah, Cecil defeated Scarmiglione's zombies and himself, forcing him to reveal his true form as an undead. However, Cecil prevailed again and Scarmiglione plummeted to his death.

After returning to Baron, the King revealed his true form as Cagnazzo, who had killed the true king some time ago as part of Golbez's plan to take over Baron. Once Cagnazzo was defeated, he caused the walls of the throne room's antechamber to collapse as he died, forcing Palom and Porom to petrify themselves to save Cecil.

After agreeing to exchange the final Crystal Golbez needs for the life of Rosa Joanna Farrell, Cecil and his companions climb the Tower of Zot and defeat the Magus Sisters, minions of Barbariccia. After defeating them and confronting Golbez, Tellah forced him to retreat when he unleashed Meteor, and both Rosa and Kain Highwind joined Cecil. However, Barbariccia herself emerged to battle them, using strong winds to avoid many attacks. Through Kain's Jump attacks, Barbariccia's storms were overcome and she died, collapsing the tower around her.

With Golbez incapacitated after Meteor and the subsequent battle at the Dwarven Castle, Cecil and his companions turned their attention to the Tower of Babil and retrieving the Crystals. In the underground portion of the tower, the party confronted Dr. Lugae, who told them Rubicante had already moved the Crystals to the upper portion of the tower. After killing Lugae and returning to the surface, they entered the tower with the assistance of Edge and defeated Rubicante.

The Archfiends were later revived by Zemus in the Giant of Babil, in a final chance to redeem themselves and defeat Cecil. They failed and were once again destroyed.

Their malice survives, however, in the DS remake, and can be battled as optional superboss Geryon.

Battle

Scarmiglione is fought upon Mount Ordeals. Cagnazzo posed as the king of Baron before being fought inside the Castle. Barbariccia is fought after the defeat of the Magus Sisters in the Tower of Zot. Rubicante is fought in The Tower of Babil.

Main article: Elemental Archfiends (Boss)

The four Archfiends are fought a final time together in the Giant of Babil after Zemus raised them.

Other Appearances

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Final Fantasy

The Archfiends appear in the Game Boy Advance and PlayStation Portable remakes as optional bosses in Hellfire Chasm, one of the bonus dungeons for the remakes.

Dissidia Final Fantasy

The Archfiends appear in Dissidia as summons. Their effects differ, but all are related to the use of the opponent's summon: After the opponent's summon is used, they instantly act.

There are also four equipment pieces named for the Archfiends - Barbariccia's Wristlet, Rubicante's Cowl, Cagnazzo's Carapace, and Scarmiglione's Fang. When all four are equipped, the wearer gains the "Elemental Archfiend" ability.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

All four of the Archfiends are fought once again in the True Moon Subterrane. They were summoned from the dead by the Crystals, against their will. After each of them die they will thank the party, oddly showing a more benign side to themselves. If Golbez is in the party they will each recognise and speak with him, showing a great deal of respect as well as happiness. Rydia will note that each of them is as much a part of the world as themselves. Scarmiglione also claims to be a spirit of the land, so it is possible that the Archfiends are living incarnations of the elements of Earth.

Music

The battle theme that plays whenever fighting the Elemental Archfiends is called Battle with Golbez's Four Emperors.

In the 20th Anniversary version of Final Fantasy for the PSP, their music during battle is a remix of Final Fantasy IV's boss theme.

Etymology

The four Archfiends are named after four of the twelve named Malebranches in the 8th Circle of Hell, the Malebolge, from Dante's Divine Comedy. Calcabrina and Geryon come from the same work.

Trivia

  • Hanjuku Hero Sikiou 4, a Square RPG for the Super Famicom, features a parody of Final Fantasy IV's Archfiends.

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

Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

Elemental Lords are species stronger than common Elementals. You don't see one of these every day.

Elemental Lords

Creature Exp HP Summon Convince Loot
Earth Overlord Image:Earth Overlord.gif 2800 4000 -- -- 0-168 gp, 0-3 Platinum Coins, Shiny Stone, 0-2 Small Emeralds, 0-15 Small Stones, Mother Soil (always), Terra Mantle (rare), Swamplair Armor (very rare).
Energy Overlord Image:Energy Overlord.gif 2800 4000 -- -- 0-100? gp, 0-3 Platinum Coins, Pure Energy(always since summer update 2009), Voltage Armor (Rare).
Fire Overlord Image:Fire Overlord.gif 2800 4000 -- -- 0-125? gp, 0-3? Platinum Coins, Lavos Armor (rare), Magma Coat (rare), Eternal Flames(always since summer update 2009), Fiery Heart (always).
Ice Overlord Image:Ice Overlord.gif 2800 4000 -- -- 0-100 gp, 0-3 Platinum Coin, Crystalline Armor (rare), Flawless Ice Crystal (always).
Lord of the Elements Image:Lord of the Elements.gif 8000 8000 -- -- 0-6 Platinum Coin, 0-2 Small Sapphire, 0-2 Small Emerald, Gold Ingot, Fireborn Giant Armor (rare), Earthborn Titan Armor (rare), Oceanborn Leviathan Armor (rare), Neutral Matter (Always, skinning only).
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