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The Sahagin (サハギン Sahagin) is a recurring enemy from the series. It appears in most games, and often has stronger counterparts. The Sahagin is usually portrayed as a fish that walks on land, though in Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy IX, they appear as spear-carrying turtles who can hide in their shells to nullify physical damage. While they are usually aquatic, in Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy VII, and Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles there is a species of Sahagin that lives in the desert.




Final Fantasy

Main article: Sahagin (Final Fantasy)

Sahagins are enemies in Final Fantasy. Two pallete swaps of the Sahagin, the Sahagin Prince and the Sahagin Chief, appear in the original version and a third, the Sahagin Queen, is featured only in the Dawn of Souls and 20th Anniversary versions.

Final Fantasy III

Main article: Sahagin (Final Fantasy III)

Sahagins in Final Fantasy III are fought on the seas of the Floating Continent. They provide the least amount of Experience points of the enemies encountered in the sea. A pink version, the Merman, appears as an enemy in the Subterranean Lake.

Final Fantasy IV

Main article: Sahagin (Final Fantasy IV)

Two other forms exist in this game-the Desert Sahagin and Sahagin Prince.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Main article: Sahagin (The After Years)

Various versions of Sahagins appear in-game, and are all weak to Lightning elemental attacks, save for the Desert Sahagin which is weak to Ice elemental attacks. They tend to not be very powerful when they are encountered.

Final Fantasy V

Main article: Sahagin (Final Fantasy V)

The Sahagins appear as a normal enemy in Final Fantasy V. It is a rare enemy that can be found at one area only, the waters south west of the Phoenix Tower. It only relies on physical attacks. The Nix and Merrow are other forms of Sahagin.

Final Fantasy VII

Main article: Sahagin (Final Fantasy VII)

In Final Fantasy VII, the Sahagins appear as an enemy in the Midgar sewers. They mostly just use "Water Gun" and "Harpoon" to inflict minor damage, but if they use "Shell Defense" their Defense increases greatly. It is best to use magic to fight them. A variation, the Desert Sahagin appears in the area around Cosmo Canyon.

Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII-

Main article: Sahagin (Dirge of Cerberus)

Sahagin is an enemy in Chapter 5 of Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII-. It can fight both in long range and short range battles, using its trident when the player gets too close. Its weak point is in its head. Sahagins are fought in Nibelheim Sewers.

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-

Main article: Sahagin (Crisis Core)

This foe may seem tough, but it isn't. Simply rush into the enemy and land some Assault Twister+ or standard sword slashes and watch it drop. Sahagin appears as a regular enemy and comes in many varieties. Related Enemies:

Final Fantasy IX

Main article: Sahagin (Final Fantasy IX)

The Sahagin is an enemy from Final Fantasy IX. It can be found in the Qu's Marsh on the Outer Continent. They can go into their shell to nullify physical attacks.

Final Fantasy X

Main article: Sahagin (Final Fantasy X)
Sahagin from Final Fantasy X

Unlike previous games, Sahagins appear as green-yellow scaly fish. Most Sahagins can only travel underwater, though some also have webbed feet so that they can walk on land. Tidus first encounters Sahagins in the Submerged Ruins. Sahagin Chiefs were also released within the Sphere Pool in Luca after the first Blitzball Tournament. Sahagins also dwell in the Via Purifico underneath Bevelle.

Final Fantasy X-2

Main article: Sahagin (Final Fantasy X-2)

The Sahagin is an enemy from Final Fantasy X-2. They are not particularly powerful and can be dealt with easily with a simple Thunder spell or Thunder Blade attack.

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Final Fantasy XI

Main article: Sahagin (Final Fantasy XI)

Sahagin are one of the beastmen who appear in Final Fantasy XI. They live on the remote Islands of Elshimo, far from the major cities, but some of the unsavory neighbors for citizens of Kazham or the pirates of Norg. Sahagin can be found in greatest numbers in the Sea Serpent Grotto.Sahagins are a race of beastmen.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

Main article: Sahagin (Summon)
"Water-spouting creature spawned in the deep places of the sea."

Sahagin appears as an enemy and summon. Sahagin is an Esper in Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings. The Rank I Water Melee summon, it costs 10 affinity points to summon. Its normal attack, Smack, deals damage to one foe.

Final Fantasy XIII

Sahaguins are confirmed as enemies in Final Fantasy XIII.

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

Main article: Sahagin (Crystal Chronicles)

Sahagins appear as enemies in Conall Curach and the Selepation Cave. They jump out of water and have the ability to freeze players. Sand Sahagins also appear in the Lynari Desert. Contrary to series tradition, Sahagins are weak against Fire rather than Thunder.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates

Main article: Sahagin (Ring of Fates)

Sahagin appears as normal enemy in the game. Another versions of the Sahagin are Dark Sahagin and Sahadon.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King

Main article: Sahagin (My Life as a King)

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time

Main article: Sahagin (Echoes of Time)

Sahagin appears as normal enemy in the game. Another version of the Sahagin is the Sahagin Ghost.

Chocobo Series

Sahagin from the Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales (Spanish)
Main article: Sahagin (Chocobo Series)

Sahagin also appears in the Chocobo Series in most games. He is an enemy in both Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon and Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon 2; a rival in Dice de Chocobo and a Dueler in Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales.

There's also a few minigames related with him in Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales, where a frog controlled by player must avoid Sahagin; and the direct sequel from this game where he shoots tridents to the Chubby Chocobo's Ship.



The sahuagin, often misspelled or transliterated sahagin, is a fish-like humanoid in the Dungeons & Dragons Role-Playing Game. They have an affinity for sharks and can go into a blood frenzy, but as marine creatures they are harmed by swimming in fresh water.

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