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Final Fantasy III Enemy
Acheron
アケロ-ン (Akeroon)
FF3NES-Acheron
Statistics
Level HP
38 1,020
EXP Gil
4,000 3,300
Elemental Affinities
Fire Cold Thunder
- - -
Wind Light Dark Swords
- - -
Location Forbidden Land Eureka
Steal Potion
Item Dropped None
Abilities None
Other Information None
Acheron
アケロ-ン (Akeroon)
Acheron
#172#173 #174
Statistics
Level HP
44 13,600
Attack Defense
102 29
EXP Gil
12,000 6,600
Elemental Affinities
Fire Ice Lightning Water
- - - -
Wind Light Dark Blades
- - -
Location Forbidden Land Eureka
Steal Hi-Potion, Heavenly Wrath, Tranquilizer
Common Drop Hi-Potion, Heavenly Wrath
Uncommon Drop Tranquilizer, Shining Curtain
Rare Drop Chocobo's Wrath, Black Musk
Abilities Quake
Other Information Attacks twice per turn.

The Acheron is an enemy from Final Fantasy III, fought in Forbidden Land Eureka. It is a rather powerful enemy when first fought, but can be dealt with through the use of strong physical classes such as Knight and Monk. It is advised to have at least one character devoted to healing and reviving in case a party member is KOed, but it is otherwise not overly difficult compared to later enemies.

Other appearances Edit

Final Fantasy XIV Edit

XIV Acheron appears as an enemy inside of the Syrcus Tower as an enemy part of the second enemy group. When fought, Acherons will use the Quake ability. The enemies appear as smaller variants of the Phlegethon boss from the Labyrinth of the Ancients.

In addition, the boss Phlegethon inside of the Crystal Tower: Labyrinth of the Ancients raid, was known as Acheron when the raid was first released, however the boss was renamed after the Acheron enemies were added into the Syrcus Tower. However, this boss was known as Titan in Japanese version of the game as reference to the boss of the same name from Final Fantasy III.

Gallery Edit

Etymology Edit

In ancient Greek mythology, Acheron was known as the river of woe, and was one of the five rivers of the Greek underworld.

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