The Babil is a construct/golem-type enemy from Final Fantasy XII. It can be found in the Necrohol of Nabudis.

Bestiary entry Edit

Page 1: Observations Edit

Priests of high enough rank to speak directly to the gods are alone allowed to communicate with these executors of divine will. Their bodies are fashioned of a curious crystalline metal, the composition and nature of which is beyond modern metallurgical knowledge. When they descend to the earth from their home in the heavens, they strike swiftly, and with malice apparent. It is thought the babil's numbers are growing, and some scholars warn that a great reckoning may soon be at hand.

Page 2: Morgen's Research Notes Edit

The emissaries of the gods descend to us from the paradise far above the sky we know. Therefore must they travel between the land and the sky, for which they use the wondrous metal einherjarium, otherwise known as cloudstone. The babil, servants of the gods, have bodies rich in this substance. How many have tried to steal the cloudstone from them and thereby reach paradise? How many have the gods stricken down for that heresy?


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Etymology Edit

The Babil is named after the Tower of Babel. The Tower of Babel is from a story from the Book of Genesis in the Hebrew Scriptures/Old Testament/Torah, as well as other various ancient documents. The story tells of how early humanity was living in one city (violating the commandment to spread out and fill the Earth) and begun construction on a great tower that would extend to the heavens so they could see God. However, God destroyed the tower and confused their language forcing people to spread out among the Earth. It being a Golem may indicate that it also draws inspiration from the Giant of Babil from Final Fantasy IV, as well as its Rare Game version, "Tower", referring to the Tower of Babil. The "cloudstone" they utilize is a reference to Vagrant Story.

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