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From Muppet Wiki


Irma was the name the Muppet Babies gave to a friendly "alien" that found its way into the nursery in Muppet Babies Episode 112: From a Galaxy Far, Far Away. The Babies think she is from the planet Neptune and was left behind on Earth by her family. The Muppets try calling Irma's family and building a huge slingshot to shoot her home. After many failed attempts, the Babies, using their imagination, set off into outer space to take Irma back home.

Irma has a special connection with Gonzo, who not only discovers her, but also feels great empathy with her. Irma also likes Gonzo's doll Camilla, which he gives her as an offering of friendship and peace. Irma has a large family of similar creatures on Neptune. They are very friendly and enjoy playing hide-and-seek with Kermit, although their internal radar makes it very easy for them to win.

It turns out that Irma is a koala bear named Charlie that escaped from the nearby zoo. The zookeeper comes and gets Irma, and gives the Babies free passes to the zoo for taking care of him.

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Irma (イルマ Iruma) is a recurring non-playable character in the Chocobo Series. Her first appearance is that in Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales. She is often a rival to the main character along with her partner, Volg the Chocobo.




Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales

Iruma plays the role of an former antagonist in Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales. She is helping Bebuzzu return to his true form, for unknown reasons. She believes that love is a hindrance, and that no intelligent creatures should love another.

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When Irma was young, she lived with her mother and father on the edge of the forest on Chocobo Island. However, one day her father suddenly became ill, and died soon afterwards. Even though her mother just told her that her father was away, Irma was smart enough to know he was never returning.

Her mother eventually came down with the same disease, and was mainly bed ridden. One day, her mother came home with a little black Chocoling, whose own mother had been brutally killed. Irma grew close to the little Chocoling, and named him Volg.

One day, realizing that her mother would soon leave her, she concluded that in order to no longer feel the pain of losing the ones she loves, she'd no longer love others. Her mother was hurt, but realized that Irma wouldn't change her mind.

After her mother's death, Irma traveled the world with Volg. Upon Bebuzzu's release, Irma was contacted by the darkmaster and given the dark crystal. It was up to her to gather the power of the four crystals, so that Bebuzzu may restore himself. Setting out with her crew of Jailbird Chocobos, she set out to manipulate Chocobo, Shirma, and Croma to lead her to the crystals.

Whenever the heroes reached a crystal, Irma would appear and absorb its powers into a dark crystal, restoring Bebuzzu. After absorbing the dark crystal, Bebuzzu reveals that he has been controlling Irma the whole time using the dark crystal, and that she is a descendant of one of the legendary light warriors. Once she is sacrificed, he will be able to fully restore his powers.

Chocobo and Volg follow Bebuzzu into the dark realm, where they fight Bebuzzu to release Irma. They succeed, and Irma is freed. After leaving the dark realm, Irma is still the same, but before she leaves with Volg, she thanks the party.

Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon

In the game, after the Bebuzzu incident and her Jailbirds on leave, Irma takes a treasure called "Timeless Power" from the Tower of Sands which Cid and Chocobo were going to take alongside Volg. However, things don't go according to her plan when both she and Volg get sent to Lostime. Separated from Volg, Irma suffered total amnesia and assumes the persona of Amouri, becoming a complete opposite of herself. Later, however, Chocobo discovers her and restores Irma's original personality with memories of her actions Amouri to her disgust as she orders them to leave her alone. Though not overtly grateful, Irma later shows her appreciation by returning Timeless Power to Cid so they can leave town, and her humilation, behind. With the barrier gone, Irma thanks Chocobo and encourages him to find "his treasure" and never let go.

Chocobo to Mahō no Ehon: Majō to Shōjo to Gonin no Yūsha

Irma is set to appear in the sequel game to Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales. Her role greatly differs this time as she appears to be a Princess in one of the story books.

Non-Final Fantasy Appearaces

Virtual World

The Irma Avatar.

Users in Square-Enix Members Virtual World community can make their character appear as Irma.

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


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