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Scarmiglione (スカルミリョーネ Sukarumiryōne), also known as Milon, is a recurring character in the Final Fantasy universe. First appearing as a minor villain, he is a fiend associated with the element of Earth and the Undead.

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Final Fantasy

Main article: Scarmiglione (Final Fantasy)

Scarmiglione appears in the Game Boy Advance and PlayStation Portable remakes as a boss in Hellfire Chasm, one of the bonus dungeons for the remakes.


Final Fantasy IV

"I am the oarsman who will ferry you beyond the veil! The Blighted Despot, Scarmiglione--Archfiend of earth, and first of Golbez's circle of four! "
—Scarmiglione
For the battle information, see: Scarmiglione (Final Fantasy IV)

Originally known as Milon, Scarmiglione is a boss in Final Fantasy IV. He is one of Golbez's Archfiends, titled the Blighted Despot. He speaks in a lisp that makes him slur the letter "S".

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Scarmiglione first appears in the Tower of Zot, where Golbez tells him that Cecil Harvey is climbing Mount Ordeals with the intention of becoming a Paladin. Golbez then sends him to kill Cecil while he is still is a Dark Knight, because Cecil is powerless against the undead. When he got to Mount Ordeals, Scarmiglione began to make hissing noises. Porom, a member of Cecil's party, blamed them on her twin brother Palom. However, Palom constantly denied that he was making them. Tellah, another member of Cecil's party, sensed something evil in the air, and it was in fact, Scarmiglione. Scarmiglione then attacked the party with the help of his four Revenants. After Cecil's party defeated Scarmiglione, he came back from the dead and attacked the party again, this time from behind and in his true form. However, Cecil's party defeated him a second time, and he fell off the ledge.

Scarmiglione makes an appearance with the other three Archfiends (Cagnazzo, Barbariccia, and Rubicante) in the Giant of Babil, after being revived by Zemus. However, all four are defeated again here.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

For the battle information, see: Scarmiglione (The After Years)

Scarmiglione returns in Final Fantasy IV: The After Years as a boss. During the battle he begs to be killed before his soul is crushed, then afterwards thanks the party as one of the spirits of the land. If Golbez is in the party, Scarmiglione will thank him for accepting him for what he was a long time ago, despite being hideous and unworthy. The Stardust Rod is awarded at his defeat.

Dissidia Final Fantasy

Main article: Scarmiglione (Summon)

Scarmiglione appears in Dissidia Final Fantasy as a summon.

Lord of Vermilion II

Scarmiglione's card and stats.

Scarmiglione is a card in the sequel to Lord of Vermilion along with other characters from Final Fantasy IV, as a special cross promotion.

Trivia

  • Scarmiglione's name came from the Inferno, part one of Dante's Divine Comedy. He is one of the Malebranche ("Evil Claws") who guards the 5th Malebolge in the eight circle of Hell (Cantos XXI through XXIII).
  • Much like in the original, the fiend of Earth is undead
  • Scarmiglione is the only fiend to fight Cecil as a Dark Knight.

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

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