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Sara was the last girl Leonard McCoy was in love with before the planet Anomaly. He knew her a summer and a fall on the Outer Banks on Earth. (TOS novel: Planet of Judgment)

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Princess Sarah, also given as Princess Sara (セーラ Sēra), is a recurring name used by several princesses in the Final Fantasy series.



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Final Fantasy

Artwork of Sarah from the Dawn of Souls port.
Sarah's sprite in modern versions of Final Fantasy

Princess Sarah is a minor character in the original Final Fantasy. She is the daughter of the King of Cornelia and Queen Jayne, and has a younger sister. She is kidnapped by Garland, and held hostage in the Chaos Shrine, but the Warriors of Light rescue her. In return, she gives them the lute, which later enables them to expose a hidden passage in the Chaos Shrine when they travel to the past towards the end of the game.

Final Fantasy III

Main article: Sara Altney

Princess Sara meets the party while on her way to stop Djinn of Fire. Later in the game, she would help save the light warriors from the Curse of the Five Wyrms, along with Desch, Alus Restor, one of the Old Men, and Cid Haze. In the Nintendo DS remake, she and Ingus have a small love story.

Final Fantasy IX

Main article: Garnet til Alexandros XVII

Sarah is Garnet's real name, before she was adopted by Queen Brahne. The player must go to Madain Sari and reveal the hidden text on the Eidolon wall to find this out. This makes her the first playable Princess Sarah in the series.


Sarah (שָׂרָה in hebrew) is a Hebrew name for "princess", or a woman of high rank.

In Popular Culture

8-Bit Theater

A parody version of the original Final Fantasy's Sarah, who, due to her frequently being kidnapped and exposed to evil people, is more evil than most of the villians. She decides to help Garland learn to become a villian because of his incompetence.

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From Grand Theft Wiki


Sara is a random character in Grand Theft Auto IV. She is a woman who seems very concerned about her appearance and the decline of her good looks. She also claims to be a part of the "fashion world" in Liberty City, and talks about how neighborhoods like Middle Park East and Suffolk are too "vanilla". When Niko Bellic first meets her, she asks him for a ride, then introduces him to her ex-husband, telling him that she has been sleeping with Niko and that hes "hung like a rhino". The ex-husband becomes enraged and starts to attack Niko, at which point the player can beat up the husband or run away. Niko bumps into her again later, and she asks that he go and collect a package from a Perseus store and bring it to her photoshoot. She mentions that she spends $1000 a month on vibrators, beacause her ex-husband is impotent.

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This article is about the god. For the constellation referenced in Betrayal at Falador, see Saradomin (constellation).
Symbol of Saradomin
Saradomin found in the FunOrb game Arcanists.

Saradomin (pronounced "Sa-ra-dome-in",[1] commonly known as Sara) is the god of "pleasantry, order, and wisdom" and is one of the most popular gods. Little is known about his past, but he has a great many followers, and there are far more churches dedicated to Saradomin than Zamorak. Most of his followers reside in Misthalin, Asgarnia, Kandarin and Entrana, but there are several groups outside these areas. Unlike Zamorak or Guthix, his followers consist almost entirely of humans. Saradomin's symbol is a four-pointed star (that is usually coloured gold or silver). Full Saradomin armour comprises Saradomin Platelegs/Saradomin Plateskirt, Saradomin Platebody, Saradomin Full Helmet, and a Saradomin Kiteshield.

People also realise, however, that being the god of Order is not necessarily the same as being the god of "Good"; his followers would kill for the greater maintenance of Order. Though most wars instigated by Saradomin could be described as having a righteous cause, the Church of Saradomin is somewhat corrupt, throwing suspicion onto Saradomin's beliefs, or, at least, his followers' interpretations of them.

In the FunOrb game Arcanists, two statues of Saradomin can be found on the Sky Castle stage.



Saradomin in statue form
  • Side: Law & Order, Justice
  • Gender: Male
  • Symbol:Star of Saradomin
  • Colour(s): White/blue/yellow
  • Motto: "Strength Through Wisdom"
  • Animal: Hare
  • Race: God
  • Bird: Saradomin owl

If you examine an Icon of Saradomin in a POH, it says 'The holy symbol of the God of Light'.

History of Saradomin

An old picture of Saradomin.
Evil must be destroyed in all of its forms, not mollycoddled and allowed to spread. Should Guthix have his way, he would allow the evil Zamorakians free reign within my lands, spreading their forces like a cancer until they were ingrained so deeply, that to remove them would destroy the world. I will never permit such an abomination to occur on these lands, for I cannot suffer such evil to live on. Only through purification can we cleanse this world of all evil, and live in the utopia which my order offers, yet foolish Guthix cannot see how my path is the only true way this world may flourish!

Saradomin is said to have come into the realm of Gielinor whilst Guthix slept, along with Zaros, Armadyl, the Mahjarrat and about a dozen other deities.Although Nobody really knows how he achieved the Godhood, He himself claims to have created the world, although there is much more evidence that the elder gods created the plane of Gielinor and then Guthix was the one who shaped Gielinor. Saradomin gives an analogy involving smithing and ores in one of the God letters, implying that while he may not have created the world, he refined it. It is also said that the first place Saradomin stepped when he came to Gielinor was Entrana. This is probably why the monks consider Entrana the holiest place on Gielinor.

In the Second Age, his followers' known territories consisted of Hallowland with its capital, Hallowvale, in the southern part of what is now Morytania, some of the Kharidian Desert cities, and some areas of modern Kandarin. When the Zarosian empire reached its peak, the Staff of Armadyl was stolen from Armadyl by a Saradominist explorer. The actions of followers of both Saradomin and Zamorak (who was still a Mahjarrat at that time) led to the fall of Zaros and, consequently, Zamorak's rise to godhood. The god of Order collaborated with Zamorak to hunt the followers of Zaros down, but Zamorak quickly turned against him, sparking the God Wars. It is believed that Saradomin supported Zamorak in defeating Zaros to gain more power, not predicting that Zamorak would turn into his worst enemy.

In the beginning of the God Wars, even after Zamorak turned against him, Saradomin cooperated with the evil god to banish the remaining followers of Zaros. As the God Wars progressed, many other Gods like Bandos and even Armadyl entered the war for one reason or another. Most of them eventually turned against each other. As seen in the God Wars Dungeon, even the followers of Armadyl, who is a friend of Saradomin, battle with followers of Saradomin.

The God Wars ended when Guthix awoke from millennia of hibernation. Saradomin's followers consisted almost entirely of humans from that point onwards. In the 2nd and 3rd Ages, he was also worshiped by a race that inhabited Hallowvale called the Icyene.

In response to his statements, such as claiming to have created Gielinor, Saradomin responds: "Ah... but have you questioned whatever motives Guthix himself might have, to slander me so outrageously? Would you give him the credit for the peace that mostly reigns upon this world for his contribution of sleep? I call this world my creation, for the value system of honour, and courage, and mercy, and wisdom are attributes that I brought to this once barbaric land! It is true, I did not physically create the raw material of this world, but I have shaped and sculpted it into the glorious land that it is today!"[2] Also, Sir Amik Varze, though having mysteriously come to rule over Falador through Sir Vallance's absence, claims that killing an 'unarmed foe', such as Solus Dellagar is against the way of his Knights and that of Saradomin.

Affiliated Items

The Godsword, a weapon Saradomin followers fought to regain, donning the Saradomin hilt created by Saradomin priests.

Saradomin Armour

Saradomin Weapons


Saradomin Ranger Armour


Some Saradominists believe that there are only three gods, denying the existence of other gods/demi-gods.

Groups and races

Notable individuals

  • Commander Zilyana - Leader of Saradomin's army in the God Wars Dungeon, who is possibly one of the few remaining Icyenes.
  • Wise Old Man - Famous Saradominist hero and mage.
  • Sigmund - Former advisor to the Duke of Lumbridge. He became the leader of his own split faction of the H.A.M. cult. After a few failed attempts to destroy the Dorgeshuun, he is killed by Zanik.  
  • King Roald - King of the Kingdom of Misthalin.
  • Drezel - The priest in Paterdomus, the ancient temple dedicated to Saradomin that protects Misthalin from Morytania's evil taint. He plays a role in several quests.
  • Zealot - A Saradominist zealot on a mission to investigate the Abandoned Mine .
  • The Barrows Brothers (Formerly) - Six powerful warriors sent to Morytania in the Third Age.
  • Brother Jered - Leader of the Monastery located west of Edgeville
  • Sir Amik Varze - Leader of the White Knights of Falador and Current ruler of Asgarnia.
  • King Tyras - Ruler of West Ardougne and Brother of the evil King Lathas.
  • Sir Tiffy Cashien - Head of the recruitment of the Temple Knights.


See also


  • Saradomin's face as seen in some of the pictures of him heavily resemble the late self-portraits of Leonardo da Vinci.
  • Saradomin is referenced in the 2009 Thanksgiving Event when the Cook's Brother tells the player that the sacred gravy comes from the "Gravy Boat of Saradomin".
  • He is likely based on God from Christianity, just as his worst enemy, Zamorak is likely based on Satan.


  1. ^ Jagex. God Letter 27 - Saradomin Enlightens, Letter 1. God letters. Retrieved 23 January 2010.
  2. ^ Jagex. God Letter 26 - Saradomin Preaches. God letters. Retrieved 4 December 2009.

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