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Bikke, the self declared 'King of Pirates', leads a group of buccaneers who have taken over the nearby port of Capo. The Warriors of Light confront him in Pirate Hideout to coerce him to free the town, but Bikke (acting under orders from General Styx of the Avalonian Empire) springs a trap on them and orders his men to capture the four. When that fails, he fights them himself, but ends up losing the fight. Immediately after getting beaten, Bikke promises to free Capo, and begins referring to the group as 'Cap'n'. He transports the team back to Capo in order to liberate the town, but Aigis demands that the ship be turned south towards Rusalka instead, a place that Bikke previously warned them of. Later on, when the warriors are fighting Styx in the Underwater temple, Bikke supports them by raining down cannon balls from above, and rescues the party and Eduardo from the General's grasp.
He isn't seen or heard from again until the final chapter, just before the eight heroes challenge Elgo for the final time. He appears on his ship with Matoya, and it is made apparent that he has struck up a deal with the Desert Moon Rebellion and the Fuga Clan to cleanse the land of the Forces of Nil. In the ending, Bikke uses his ship to escort Eduardo to Burtgang, and he is seen at the castle as a witness to Sarah's coronation as queen.
Bikke is named after the pirate from the original Final Fantasy, who took over the town of Pravoka before losing to the Warriors of Light. Bikke may be named after the main character of Chiisana Viking Bikke (the Japanese title of Vicky the Viking).