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The Alexis II is a crystal powered passenger airship in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers. It is named after the late Queen Alexis, mother of Althea Sol Alfitaria.
At the beginning of The Crystal Bearers, the ship is attacked by Zus, initiating a minigame in which Layle must shoot Zus and protect the airship. Layle lands on the ship's deck, only to be met by High Commander Jegran, and Belle, who is taking unauthorized photographs.
A Yuke then appears, drawn by Layle's crystal. Layle and "Goldenrod" fight on the deck, and in the climax, Goldenrod uses the Crystal Idol to absorb the crystal of the Crystal Reactor, holding the Alexis II aloft. Out of power, Jegran plans his flight from the ship, intending to leave all of the passengers to perish. Instead, Layle uses his crystal to power the airship, commencing a second minigame involving steering the bulky ship to safety.
In the end, Layle crashes the ship through Victory Monument Hill and the Queen's Gardens—which are ironically dedicated to Queen Alexis as well—and brings it to a grinding halt on the city's doorstep.
In the game's finale, Cid pilots the repaired Alexis II, with Layle aboard, in pursuit of the original Alexis, which Jegran revived using the shattered crystal remnants of King Alfitaria as a power source, and Althea, held hostage aboard the warship.
Unfortunately, after Layle makes it aboard the Alexis, the Alexis II is destroyed by a blast from its predecessor's crystal cannon, though Cid survives aboard a small escape craft.