Chaos is a boss from Final Fantasy XII. The party fights him and a quartet of chaosjets in the Necrohol of Nabudis. Chaos is also fought alongside the chaosjets in the Zodiac versions' Trial Mode in Stage 84, where the following items can be stolen from him: Elixir (common), Glimmering Robes (uncommon) and Sage's Ring (rare). The Attack command is disabled in both battles.
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Tutelary deity of the sacred crystals fashioned by the gods at the time of the Great Making. Created in opposition to Mitron the Chastiser, scion of light. Upon entering the world of Man, he was enveloped in the turmoil rampant there. Lost, he died and was reborn countless times, a walker of life's wheel, eventually to rage against the gods that had so fated him. By sitting in meditation upon the Unrh Pedestal does he clear heart and mind until all that has order and reason and thought is made as nothing.
Before the player can fight Chaos, a sidequest must be completed to obtain the appointed keys.
After obtaining the medallions, the player must head to the Cloister of Distant Song in the Necrohol of Nabudis, and use the Medallion of Bravery to open the Door of Horrors, and defeat the Humbaba Mistant. The player must also head to the Hall of the Ivory Covenant and use the Medallion of Love to open the Door of Loathing and bring down the Fury. The player must defeat Humbaba Mistant and Fury (in any order) to change the Lusterless Medallion to the Medallion of Might, which opens the Door of Despair to fight Chaos in the central section.
On the battlefield, attack commands are sealed. Chaos tends to use Fearga, which reduces the entire party's MP. His special attack is Aeroja that inflicts Confusion. Chaos inflicts Silence often and his normal attacks inflict Disable. Chaos can be inflicted with Sap and Slow.
Since there is no save crystal before the fight, it is better make sure all party members are in top-notch condition. Windbreakers are helpful in reducing damage, and the player can switch equipment when Chaos readies his special attack.
The player can either go the physical route with Souleater, Telekinesis, and Gil Toss, or put up Reflect and bounce non-elemental spells at Chaos. Knots of Rust can be used to damage Chaos. Drain and Balance can also be used. The Knots of Rust are useful against the elementals that are fought along with Chaos as well.