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DC Comics

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(Redirected to Sylvan Scofield (New Earth) article)

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Sylph

Sylvan Scofield (New Earth)
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Real Name
Sylvan Scofield
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Height
5' 6"

Weight
120 lbs (55 kg)

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The daughter of a man who was cheated out of the patent on a 'miracle fabric' he had created, Sylvan clothed herself in the stuff and set about killing the men she believed drove her father to suicide. She was prevented from killing the third (and last) of these men by Nightwing, and faked her death in her escape.

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Links and References

  • http://www.braveandthebold.net/characters/3042.html

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This article uses material from the "Sylvan Scofield (New Earth)" article on the DC Comics wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Sylph artwork by Yoshitaka Amano

The Sylphs (シルフ Shirufu) are a summon that appear in various games in the series. Their attack Whispering Wind, absorbs HP from the enemy and gives it to the party. Their appearance is that of small fairies.

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Final Fantasy IV

See the summon sequences here
FFIV Sylph
"Sylphs, the Fair and Seldseen Fey...Only when they work as one, fitting about on their gossamer wings, is the true wonder of their delicate strength revealed."
—Eidolon Library
The Sylphs as they appeared in the remake of Final Fantasy IV

In Final Fantasy IV, the Sylphs live in the Sylph Cave in the Underworld. Cecil Harvey and his friends find them taking care of Yang Fang Leiden, who has been injured due to an attempt to stop the Super Cannon in the Tower of Babil. The Sylphs would not let the party near Yang, as they did not trust humans. When Cecil came back with a frying pan given to him by Yang's wife, he hit Yang with it and he woke up. Yang offered his help, but the Sylphs would not let Yang leave. They offered Rydia their help instead as a summon. Two Sylphs can later be seen in the attack on the Giant of Babil, in a tank with Yang.In the DS remake, Slyph is the only known spell usable by the heroes that is the Wind element.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

For the battle information, see: Sylph (The After Years)
The Sylphs in Baron

The Sylph also appear in the sequel of Final Fantasy IV. They've become aggressive due to the machinations of the Mysterious Maiden and will attack the party if approached. Reviving Yang and Ursula will calm them down and they will join Rydia as a summon.

Final Fantasy V

See the summon sequences here
FFV Sylph

The Sylphs are a Level 1 summon in Final Fantasy V, and can be purchased in the town of Walse.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

Sylph in Revenant Wings
Main article: Sylph (Revenant Wings)
"Sylvan spirit for whom the winds are blades."
—In-Game Description

Sylph is the rank 1 Non-Elemental Magical summon. Her special attack is Aero, which causes moderate non-elemental damage.

Final Fantasy Tactics

Sylph in Tactics

In Final Fantasy Tactics, Sylph can be learned by the Summoner job and costs 400 JP. Its attack, Whispering Wind, attempts to inflict silence on all enemies in a large area. It costs 26 MP and has a speed of 20.

In the PS version, when summoned, the summoner will sometimes say, "Show us to put our lives back on track! Silf!"

Non-Final Fantasy Appearances

Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon 2

Sylph appears in Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon 2.

Etymology

Sylphs are described as being invisible beings of air in western mythology.


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

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