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The Undead Seraph awakes
"Oh gods, please save me! Save me from the clutches of this woman!"
—Undead Seraph

The Undead Seraph is a character in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time. She is a tempermental and shrill shade whose true race and name are unknown. After being bullied by Sherlotta, the spirit resorts to calling her "m'lady".


The Undead Seraph was specter of an unknown race sealed away by the ancient people to guard an object that could harness the Crystal power. Before her entrapment, she knew Larkeicus, who told her that she was created to stop anyone in the future who would interfere with his plans. When the Hero and Sherlotta venture to the Graveyard to find the artifact, they disturb the Undead Seraph's coffin. Her 800-year old spirit, resting in a bracelet-like device, awakens and attacks the party. Upon her defeat, she withdraws into the artifact, and after many threats from Sherlotta, tells them that there is another component that they need to complete the Crystal-sensitive item.

She tells them that the other component is a staff hidden in a Mine, and although having no idea where the mine lies, hastily tells an impatient Sherlotta that the Hero should look in the Library to find data leading to the Mine's location. Sherlotta then carries the bracelet around with her, periodically reminding the Undead Seraph that she could be snuffed out at any moment. When the Hero retrieves the staff from the Mine, Sherlotta connects the two pieces and uses the newly formed key to open the Gate. The Undead Seraph is then left in front of the Gate to ponder her existential crisis while the Hero and Sherlotta carry on with their journey.


Main article: Undead Seraph (Boss)

The Undead Seraph is the final enemy of the Graveyard.


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