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Summons are mystical beasts that a Summoner can call into battle for extra help. Once summoned, the beast can do massive amount of damage to all enemies and then dismissed from battle to be resummoned again. It's not all about damaging the enemy as summons can also heal your entire party, revive your fallen allies and remove status effects from your allies. You can obtain a summon to make it join you, but the only way to do that is to fight it and beat it. They live in Shrines and Caverns etc, or they can been seen in a form of a statue as seen in previous games. A summoner is mainly the only person that can summon them into battle, but they are not always strictly for summoners - anyone can summon a beast - and you don't have to be a summoner to do that. Every summon has a big mega attack to use against the enemies, but they can also use a number of abilities like the characters can and they can also learn new ones as well.

This is a list of all the obtainable and non-obtainable summons, as some of them play a big part in the storyline.

ObtainableEdit

Bahamut, The Dragon KingEdit

This is a monster that has appeared the most throughout the games than any other summons and he is given the name The Dragon King because he is the King of Dragons. He is a cross between a whale and a dragon. He has huge wings, a vicious big roar and he can shoot something out of his month, which makes a big explosion when it impacts.

In Final Fantasy Legends II, I don't know where he appears in the game because the game in still in development, I'll update this once it does gets developed.

Abilities Flare

Flare Zero

Ultima

Special Mega Flare


Ifrit, Lord of the FlamesEdit

Another summon that appeared the most throughout the games. He is given the name of Lord of the Flames because he is obsessed with fire. He does resemble a devil with the body and the horns.

In Final Fantasy Legends II, he appears in the Cavern of Fire. To obtain him, players must beat his horde of fire minions.

Abilities Fire

Fira

Firaga

Firaja

Special Hellfire


Leviathan, King of the OceanEdit

He doesn't appear as much in the games, but he's still a popular summon. He is given the name of King of the Ocean because he is the king of all sea creatures that live in the ocean. He looks like a cross between a fish, a dragon, a snake and a whale and he does have one big screech when he shows himself.

In Final Fantasy Legends II, he appears in the Sea Shrine - an underwater palace. To get in there, players must find a item to gain entry into the palace and to obtain him, you must do a quest for him inside the palace.

Abilities Water

Watera

Waterga

Waterja

Special Tsunami


Titan, Earth GuardianEdit

Another least summon that's never been in much of the games before and i think he's probably the least popular as well. He is given the name of Earth Guardian because he's obsessed with earth. He's the only summon in the franchise to look entirely like a human being and he's also super strong.

In Final Fantasy Legends II, he is your first summon you obtain in the Earthern Cavern and players must only beat him to obtain him without doing anything else.

Abilities Quake

Quakera

Quakega

Quakeja

Special Gaia's Wrath


Boko, Prince ChocoboEdit

A name that's rarely been used in the games and I think it has only been used once, if I'm mistaken. He is given the name of Prince Chocobo because he is a special-type of Chocobo. He's big, yellow, feathered and he always says Kwark all the time.

In Final Fantasy Legends II, Brayden (the Chocobo Knight) already has him upon meeting him at Sandcradle Castle and he can also summon him into battle to help out with the rest of the team.

Abilities Choco Fire

Choco Ice

Choco Lightning

Choco Water

Choco Cure

Chocobunckle

Special Choco Flare


Phoenix, The Golden BirdEdit

This is another one that's never in the games as much. She is given the name of The Golden Bird because she is the most beautiful bird ever. She is beautiful, pretty, golden and she still does the usual of reviving fallen allies. This time, she doesn't only revive allies, she can damage the enemies now.

(still in development)

Abilities Fire

Fira

Firaga

Firaja

Special Rebirth Flame


Shiva, The Ice QueenEdit

Another popular summon and she appears often enough in the games. She is given the name of The Ice Queen because she is obsessed with Ice and she is also a queen. Even though she looks like a human being, I wouldn't class her as one.

In Final Fantasy Legends II, she hides out in the Frozen Palace and players must only just beat her to obtain her.

Abilities Blizzard

Blizzara

Blizzaga

Blizzaja

Special Diamond Dust


Siren, The Beautiful MusicianEdit

She has only appeared in a few games than the rest of the summons, so she isn't really that popular. She is given the name of The Beautiful Musician based on her looks and her songs she creates. I would say she's a cross between a mermaid and a human being.

(still in development)

Abilities Healing Song

Soothing Song

Damaging Song

Protection Song

Special Song of Eternity


Angel, The GoddessEdit

This is a brand new summon that will be introduced in Final Fantasy Legends II. She is given the name of The Goddess because she is the god of the earth. She is a beautiful human being with a white dress and golden wings.

In Final Fantasy Legends II, she appears in the Heavenly Castle and players must undergo a quest for her to obtain her.

Abilities

Cure

Cura

Curaga

Curaja

Holy

Special

Eternal Light


Shadow Dragon, The Black BeastEdit

This monster has appeared in a few games, but never as a proper summon, so I would say it's a new summon that'll be introduced in Final Fantasy Legends II. He is given the name of The Black Beast because he is obsessed with darkness. He is a dragon and he is covered in black.

Abilities

Gravity

Gravira

Graviga

Demi

Special

Ultra Breath


Moomba, The FelineEdit

Now this little nifty creature has only ever appeared in one final fantasy game and that's Final Fantasy VIII. He is given the name of The Feline because he is. He is orange, furry and he looks like a cross between a cat and a tiger.

In Final Fantasy Legends II, he will return as a summon and he can only be obtained through a special item.

Abilities

Poison Claw

Blind Claw

Mute Claw

Confuse Claw

Sleep Claw

Special

Super Scratch


Cait Sith, The Happy CatEdit

Now here's another little creature that appeared several times in previous games. He is given the name of The Happy Cat because he is cheerful and happy. He is the same size as a cat and he even looks like one too.

In Final Fantasy Legends II, he will return as a summon and he can only be obtained through a special item.

Abilities

Protectga

Shellga

Hastega

Recoverga

Special

Bad Cat


Gilgamesh, The Ancient WarriorEdit

Now this summon has appeared several times in previous games - mainly more times as a enemy rather than a summon. He is given the name of The Ancient Warrior because.......in the history of final fantasy, he's probably lived for years and years. He wears red clothing like a monk and he has four sword for each of his four hands.

Abilities

Enkidu

Masamune

Excalibur

Excalipoor

Special

Muramasa

Bashosen

MiniMog, The Princess MoogleEdit

This is another one that's only ever appeared in one final fantasy game and that's Final Fantasy VIII. She is given the name of The Princess Moogle because she is a special-type of moogle. There's nothing different between this moogle and the rest of them.

In Final Fantasy Legends II, she will return as a summon again and you can only obtain her through a special item.

Abilities

Recover

Recovera

Recoverga

Special

Moogle Dance


Magic Pot, The Mysterious DevilEdit

This creature has only ever appeared in Final Fantasy VII as the enemy. He is given the name of The Mysterious Devil because he is and he's full of unknown things. He hides in his little pot and the only way he can come out to give him Elixirs.

In Final Fantasy Legends II, he will return as a summon this time and the only way to obtain him is to give him Elixirs.

Non-obtainableEdit

Ramuh, Thunder God:Edit

This old man has appeared several times in the games. He is given the name of Thunder God because he is the god of thunder and lightning. He wears a robe and he has a pretty long beard as well.

In Final Fantasy Legends II, he appears near the beginning of the game and gives players a tutorial in summoning because he's the only one who knows all about the summon teachings. You can't obtain him because he's part of the storyline and he will appear several more times in the game.


Odin, The Dark Knight:Edit

Another one who has appeared several in the games. He is given the name of The Dark Knight because he is a knight in shiny dark armor that rides a horse. He is the most legendary summon and the most evilist summon as well.

In Final Fantasy Legends II, he will only appear once as a boss and you can't obtain him as he plays a part in the storyline.

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