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Final Fantasy III Enemy
Ion
アイオン (Aion)
FF3NES-Aeon
Statistics
Level HP
53 1,200
EXP Gil
3,400 1,600
Elemental Affinities
Fire Cold Thunder
- - -
Wind Light Dark Swords
- - -
Location Salonia Catacombs, Area near Crystal Tower
Steal Potion
Item Dropped None
Abilities Quake
Other Information
Aeon
アイオン (Aion)
Aeon
#161#162 #163
Statistics
Level HP
43 10,060
Attack Defense
98 28
EXP Gil
10,200 3,200
Elemental Affinities
Fire Ice Lightning Water
- - - -
Wind Light Dark Blades
- - -
Location Area near Crystal Tower, Cid's basement
Steal
Common Drop Hi-Potion
Uncommon Drop Hi-Potion
Rare Drop Phoenix Down
Abilities Earthquake
Other Information Attacks twice per turn.

The Aeon, also known as the Ion, is an enemy in Final Fantasy III. It can be found as a random encounter in the land near the Crystal Tower and in the hidden treasure area before fighting Odin. An Aeon can also be encountered in a side quest to gain the Orichalcum, which may in turn be used to obtain the Ultima Weapon.

Strategy Edit

Aeon strikes twice per turn with powerful physical attacks and uses Earthquake, which damages the whole party. It is best to have Jobs, such as Dragoons and their Jump, that can avoid Eartquake and deal solid damage. If a high-level party with any arrangement of Jobs is facing Aeon, the foe should go down quickly.

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Etymology Edit

The word aeon, also spelled eon, originally means "life" or "being", though it then tended to mean "age", "forever" or "for eternity". In Gnostic lore, it denotes the immaterial emanations of God.

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