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Wing that leaks viscous, black oil. The oil tends to hold more value than the wing itself.

Ahriman Wing is a recurring item in the Final Fantasy series. It is used throughout the series in forms of item crafting.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy XIEdit

XI

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Final Fantasy XII: Revenant WingsEdit

FFXIIRW Ahriman Wing is a high-ranked Luxuriant Hide that can be Scavenged from Inscrutable Bones on Arda, Heaven's Pillar or bought at the Sky Saloon in Chapter 8 for 2861 gil (10% discount). It can be used to craft Perseus Bow and Tyrfing.

Final Fantasy XIVEdit

XIV

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Final Fantasy Tactics AdvanceEdit

Ahriman wing. Prized alchemical ingredient.
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TA

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Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the RiftEdit

A wing wrenched from an ahriman. One of many base materials used in alchemy.
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FFTA Ahriman Wing

The Ahriman Wing is a loot of small value, used to craft the Djinn Flyssa, Tonfa and Cranequin. It can be sold for 55 Gil and is dropped by lower leveled monsters. TA2

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Final Fantasy Tactics SEdit

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EtymologyEdit

Angra Mainyu in the Avestan language and Ahriman in Middle Persian is the Zoroastrian idea of the devil, meaning "destructive spirit."