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The young king of Figaro Castle, Imperial ally, and champion of the technological revolution...
—Game description

Edgar Roni Figaro is a playable character in Final Fantasy VI. He is the king of Figaro Castle and the older twin brother of Sabin Rene Figaro. He is a master engineer, which leads him to create odd and unusual weapons, mostly as a hobby. Edgar often redecorates his room and is flirtatious with women. Before his name is introduced, his dialogue is credited to King.



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Edgar wears light blue armor, with white boots, and a long, blue cape, all with yellow trim, to match the colors of the desert and sea. His eyes are a deep blue, a sign of Figaro nobility. His hair is in a long ponytail, kept together with two ribbons. While operating under the alias "Gerad", Edgar wears a dark blue, brown, and black palette swap of his usual outfit. Edgar dons personal protective equipment when using his various Tools in battle.


FFVI PC Edgar meets Terra

Edgar flirting with Terra.

Edgar is a ladies' man. From the minute he is introduced to her, he unsuccessfully hits on Terra, and flirts with Celes upon meeting her, and apparently shows an interest in Relm before she tells him her age. In the Japanese version, he's still interested in Relm even after knowing her age. This dialogue was toned down in the overseas releases.

Several people note that Edgar is a flirt making him a target for jokes, mostly from Locke, while his twin brother Sabin refers to his behavior towards women as an "old bad habit".

Edgar is still a king first, and ruling is his top priority. He's cunning and acts as a double-agent for the Returners while pretending to be an Imperial ally. He advises the group on strategy and tactics and is daring, as seen in the chocobo-mounted escape from Figaro and castle dive. He's committed to his responsibilities towards his subjects, protecting them as best he can and refusing to take items for free when shopkeepers offer. Edgar cares for his twin brother Sabin having missed him during their ten year separation, but knows Sabin can take care of himself. Edgar offers personal advice to the others every so often, and speaks up in Terra's defense when Banon is harsh towards her.

Between him and Sabin in Figaro Castle, Edgar reveals he sometimes doubts his ability to live up to their father as a king, and wonders if the late king is proud of him, to which Sabin responds Edgar should not ever doubt that.


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Edgar and Sabin were born as princes to the throne of Figaro to their father Stewart Remy Figaro and their mother, an orphan named Crystale who may have had some mage descent and who died in childbirth. At the age of fourteen, Edgar participated in the "hunting of the Antlion", a Figaro rite of passage into adulthood, and with his brother's help, succeeded. His liking of women started early; at the age of fifteen he got into trouble for flirting with his uncle's wife. When Edgar was seventeen, the Gestahlian Empire poisoned his father who died asking both of his sons rule the kingdom together.


Edgar flips a coin.

Sabin, upset at how no one cared about his father's death, but only who would become the next king, urged Edgar to run away with him, far from the castle and corrupted politics. Edgar wanted to go with his brother, but knew that abandoning the kingdom would go against his father's wishes, and decided to give his brother his freedom in trade for his own. Edgar proposed a coin toss, picking "heads" for Sabin. The coin he threw had his face on one side, and Sabin's on the other. Sabin left the kingdom unaware of the trick that had been played on him, and Edgar became the new king.

Edgar established an official friendship with the Empire, but never forgot who had his father killed and caused his brother to leave home. He secretly allied with the Returners, a resistance movement to the Empire headed in the Sabre Mountains, to avenge his family's falling apart. Locke Cole is his contact with them.

One day, Locke brings a girl named Terra Branford to the castle and Edgar agrees to harbor her from the Empire. Imperial General Kefka Palazzo knows something is up, and comes to Figaro to question Terra's whereabouts. Edgar lies, and Kefka sets the castle ablaze and Edgar escapes the castle with Terra and Locke. The Chancellor of Figaro has the castle submerge under the desert.

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Edgar's reaction after seeing Terra using magic.

Edgar decides to take Terra and Locke to the Returners' Hideout. On the way they climb Mt. Kolts and get in a struggle with Vargas, a student of the great martial arts master Duncan Harcourt. Sabin arrives to save them, and offers his help. The four meet Banon in the hideout who convinces Terra to join their cause. Banon joins Terra, Edgar and Sabin on a trip down the Lethe River to Narshe to see the recently discovered frozen esper.

On the way they fight Ultros who grabs onto Terra's ankle, forcing Sabin to save her. Sabin is thrown from the raft, and Terra, Edgar and Banon make the rest of the trip alone. Upon arrival at Narshe they sneak in through the Narshe Mines since the guards would not let Terra in. The trio meets with Arvis, a member of the Returners living in Narshe, a neutral city. Together, they try to convince the Elder of Narshe to join them, but their efforts are futile.

Kefka arrives at Narshe with an army to claim the esper for the Empire. Locke, Sabin, Cyan, Gau and Celes arrive and help defend Narshe in the Battle for the Frozen Esper. After the battle Terra reacts with the esper and turns into an esper herself, flying away. A search party is sent to look for her and on the way the party passes through Figaro where Sabin and Edgar have a chance to talk in the throne room.

The party finds Terra atop the tallest tower in Zozo where she is being cared for by the esper Ramuh who explains they need to go to Vector and free the imprisoned espers, one of them being Terra's father, Maduin. To get there they have to meet up with Setzer Gabbiani, the infamous gambler. Setzer is not willing to help them, but Celes proposes a coin toss, which if she won, Setzer would offer help. Otherwise, Setzer and Celes would marry. Edgar provides a two-faced coin to guarantee Celes's victory, and even if Setzer catches onto the trick, he agrees to help. The group heads to Vector, recovers the espers, and saves Terra.

Back in Narshe the Elder joins with the Returners. An agreement is made that Terra would contact the espers to attack Vector, after which a coalition of Returners and Narshe guards would storm from the north. The plan is a success and Emperor Gestahl appears to have surrendered. At a banquet he asks Terra to convince the espers to negotiate peace and she and Locke head for Crescent Island to parley the Emperor's message. Edgar is skeptical of the Emperor, and remains in Vector to ensure the Emperor isn't lying.

Edgar seduces one of the Emperor's maids into revealing the Emperor's true plan: he wants to lure out the espers to capture them. Edgar and the others fly to Thamasa to warn Terra and Locke, but they are too late. Kefka has acquired more magicite and uses it to revive the Warring Triad and turns the Esper World into the Floating Continent.


Edgar as "Gerad".

One year after the end of the world, Figaro Castle is stuck under the desert. Edgar disguises as a thief named Gerad (ジェフ, Jefu?) and recruits the best thieves around the world to form a gang known as the Crimson Robbers who would help him get into Figaro. Celes and Sabin catch up to him in Nikeah and follow him through South Figaro and South Figaro Cave through a secret passage to the castle. Celes and Sabin follow him to the engine room where Edgar reveals his true identity. Celes and Sabin help him defeat the monster that disrupted the engine, and Edgar rejoins the two. They head to Kohlingen where they met up with Setzer, who helps them find another airship: the Falcon.

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Sabin holds on a platform while Edgar examining a switch.

After felling Kefka the party must escape his collapsing tower. Edgar is saved by Sabin from being crushed by a falling girder. If Sabin was not recruited back into the party, Setzer, Celes and Edgar work together to move the large steel girder that was about to fall on Edgar out of the way. As they are moving the obstruction aside, Edgar notes his brother's absence and wishes they had him and his strength to help them.

Spoilers end here.


FF6 iOS Edgar Sprites

Edgar is a Machinist, and has the second highest defense in the game and high physical stats, but low evasion, magic stats and speed. He can equip all swords, spears, shields, as well as a few daggers and most heavy armor. Edgar's special ability is Tools, which lets him attack enemies with one of eight special weapons. Edgar's tools must be purchased in Figaro Castle or found before he can use them. Having Edgar as the field character gives the player a 50% discount when buying from the merchants in Figaro Castle. Edgar's Desperation Attack is Royal Shock that deals magical damage to one enemy.

Edgar begins with a Mythril Sword, Buckler, Leather Hat and Leather Armor.


Name Initial Stats
Strength 39
Speed 30
Stamina 34
Magic 29
Attack 20
Defense 50
Evasion 4%
Magic Defense 22
Magic Evasion 1%
Escape Success 4
HP Gain 49
MP Gain 6
Level Averaging +2
Level HP MP EXP +
2 60 10 32
3 72 14 96
4 86 19 208
5 103 24 400
6 123 30 672
7 145 36 1056
8 169 43 1552
9 195 51 2184
11 250 68 3936
12 280 77 5080
13 315 87 6432
14 354 97 7992
15 398 107 9784
16 448 117 11840
17 502 127 14152
18 559 138 16736
19 620 149 19616
21 752 171 26360
22 821 182 30232
23 893 194 34456
24 969 206 39056
25 1048 218 44072
26 1130 230 49464
27 1216 242 55288
28 1306 255 61568
29 1401 268 68304
31 1600 294 83184
32 1701 307 91384
33 1803 321 100088
34 1905 335 109344
35 2008 349 119136
36 2112 363 129504
37 2218 377 140464
38 2325 392 152008
39 2433 407 164184
41 2654 437 190416
42 2767 452 204520
43 2881 468 219320
44 2997 484 234808
45 3114 500 251000
46 3233 516 267936
47 3353 532 285600
48 3475 549 304040
49 3600 566 323248
51 3858 599 364064
52 3989 614 385696
53 4122 628 408160
54 4256 641 431488
55 4392 653 455680
56 4529 664 480776
57 4668 674 506760
58 4810 683 533680
59 4954 691 561528
61 5246 704 620096
62 5394 709 650840
63 5544 714 682600
64 5696 720 715368
65 5849 726 749160
66 6004 733 784016
67 6160 740 819920
68 6318 747 856920
69 6478 755 895016
71 6800 771 974536
72 6955 779 1016000
73 7106 787 1058640
74 7251 794 1102456
75 7391 801 1147456
76 7527 808 1193648
77 7659 814 1241080
78 7785 820 1289744
79 7905 826 1339672
81 8135 837 1443368
82 8245 842 1497160
83 8353 847 1552264
84 8458 852 1608712
85 8560 857 1666512
86 8660 862 1725688
87 8758 867 1786240
88 8853 873 1848184
89 8945 879 1911552
91 9123 891 2042608
92 9210 897 2110320
93 9295 904 2179504
94 9378 912 2250192
95 9460 921 2322392
96 9540 931 2396128
97 9623 942 2471400
98 9709 954 2548224
99 9797 967 2637112



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Edgar's stats

Edgar's stats upon joining the party.

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Musical themesEdit

"Edgar & Sabin"
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Edgar shares his theme with Sabin, and is the background music for Figaro Castle, as well as when either character is the focus of a scene. This leitmotif has a more sentimental reprise in "Coin Song", played during flashbacks of the two, and is reprised again in the "Ending Theme".

Creation and developmentEdit

Two kings by Solaryear

Young Sabin and Edgar, as drawn by Soraya Saga for the 10th anniversary of Final Fantasy VI.

Before Yoshitaka Amano drew the final artwork, Edgar, Sabin, and their backstory, were designed by Kaori Tanaka (later nicknamed Soraya Saga), an artist who would go on to participate in the development of Xenogears. Two royal siblings named Rene and Roni appear in the latter game, who closely resemble Sabin and Edgar (Rene being large and muscular, Roni being a handsome man with long hair who is talented with machines, and both having blue eyes and blond hair). Soraya Saga also authored the doujinshi Figaro no Kekkon: Tales from Desert, which explores their backstory, though Saga notes the story is not canon to the game.

Other appearancesEdit

Dissidia Final FantasyEdit

A subset of armor named "Machine" is partially named after Edgar's Tools: "Auto Crossbow" Armor, "Drill" Helm and "Chainsaw" Shield. However, the subset's weapon, Machine Gun, is not named after any of Edgar's Tools.

Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

Edgar makes a cameo during the data install sequence. If the player repeatedly presses the Square during the install, Edgar and Sabin will drop from the top. In-game, he serves as a tutor in the manuals.

As the Machine Gun is now an exclusive weapon of Laguna's, the weapon has been renamed "Air Anchor", meaning that all of the "Machine" subset is now named after Edgar's.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain CallEdit

Theatrhythm CC Edgar
The young king of Figaro is a consummate flirt, yet his heart is good and kind. When his brother Sabin wearied of the succession squabbles tearing their family apart, Edgar set him free - taking on the duties of the throne on the flip of a fixed coin.
—Edgar's CollectaCard

Edgar appears as an unlockable character, and is unlocked by collecting Gold Crystal Shards. His appearance is based of his Yoshitaka Amano art, and wields the Chainsaw as his weapon.

He is an Offense, Defense, and Support oriented character.


Level CP HP Strength Magic Agility Luck Stamina Spirit
1 6 221 18 6 10 11 15 10
50 38 3962 144 47 83 93 120 83
99 50 5869 210 68 121 135 175 120


Reactive Abilities
Ability CP Level
Escape (Lv1) 2 Initial
Armor Break (Lv1) 2 Initial
Weapon Break (Lv1) 3 Level 5
Focus (Lv1) 4 Level 10
Cheer (Lv1) 8 Level 15
Blink (Lv1) 5 Level 20
Spare Change 15 Level 25
Armor Break (Lv2) 7 Level 30
Weapon Break (Lv2) 6 Level 35
Focus (Lv2) 9 Level 45
Cheer (Lv2) 10 Level 50
Blink (Lv2) 10 Level 55
Armor Break (Lv3) 12 Level 65
Weapon Break (Lv3) 10 Level 70
Auto Potion 15 Level 80
Focus (Lv3) 15 Level 85
Cheer (Lv3) 12 Level 90
Blink (Lv3) 15 Level 95
Proactive Abilities
Ability CP Level
Hero's Rime (Lv1) 18 Level 40
Item Lore 14 Level 60
Hero's Rime (Lv2) 26 Level 75

Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

Edgar appears as a playable character. His initial weapon is the Heavy Lance.

Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

Edgar is an ally and a summonable Legend. He is depicted in his Final Fantasy VI outfit. His EX ability is Drill.

Final Fantasy ArtniksEdit

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

FFRK Edgar
The King of Figaro. Edgar breaks his alliance with the Gestahlian Empire and joins the Returners in their fight for freedom.
—Character Profile

Edgar could first be recruited as a party member with his brother Sabin during the Challenge Event A Fateful Coin Toss, Ascension and Freedom. He later returned via the Bonus Quest, "Complete Figaro Castle Elite (VI)", and appeared alongside several of his castmates in Forgotten Bond.


Edgar is a Machinist whose combat role is Physical Defense.

Even in the world of Final Fantasy Record Keeper, the elder Figaro's expertise in weapons and machinery makes him the perfect counterpart to his brother. Cast as a Knight, Edgar has all the right ingredients in place for a party tank—high HP and Defense along with solid Attack and a broad range of combat skills. Native swords and spears carry his signature Tools, which can help him deal heavy damage to a single target or cripple an entire group. However, being unable to wield magic himself, Edgar will be heavily reliant on other party members for healing and support, a trait shared with the majority of Knights recruited here.

Level HP Attack Defense Magic Resistance Mind Accuracy Evasion Speed
1 206 11 11 7 7 8 20 20 83
10 1,039 27 27 17 18 18 20 20 89
20 1,793 46 46 28 30 30 21 20 95
30 2,490 65 65 40 42 43 21 21 101
50 3789 102 102 63 67 72 22 22 111
RankMax: 5 5 4 5 1 2 2 3 3 2

Edgar can use Knight, Combat, and Machinist abilities through rarity rank 5; and Support abilities through rarity rank 3.

His default Soul Break is Auto Crossbow, which deals damage to all enemy targets at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment. The spear Partisan (VI) grants Edgar the Bioblaster. The spear Drill (VI) grants him the Drill.


Edgar can equip the following weapon types: daggers, swords, and spears.

He can equip the following armor types: shields, hats, helms, light armor, heavy armor, and bracers.

He can equip accessories.

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Final Fantasy Trading Card GameEdit

Edgar makes an appearance as a card.

Triple Triad (Portal App)Edit

Edgar appears on Triple Triad cards.



Edgar is an English name that means "great spearman". Edgar may also come from the Anglo-Saxon words ead gar, meaning "rich spear". Roni is the Finnish shortened form of the English name Ronnie, which may come from the Latin Hieronymus or "holy name". Figaro is a French and Italian word for "barber", as well as the name of the central character from Pierre Beaumarchais's 1775 play The Barber of Seville.


  • If Edgar is placed at the top slot of the party, the vendors in Figaro Castle will sell items at half price. While present in the party in any other slot, vendors will still comment on his presence, but the discount will not occur.
  • At one point in the game, Edgar uses the alias "Gerad", this being an anagram for Edgar. As it is hard-coded, even if the player renames Edgar, he will still use Gerad as his alias.
  • In the Dawn of Souls, 20th Anniversary and iOS versions of the original Final Fantasy, Gerad is one of the automatic names the player can choose for the Thief job.
  • It is possible to tackle Kefka's Tower before retrieving all the characters in the World of Ruin, but Edgar is one of three playable characters that are always available before it becomes accessible; the other two are Celes and Setzer (as it is known as the "CES challenge"). It is possible to complete Kefka's Tower and finish the game with only these three characters; each of the characters must finish one of the three paths by themselves.
  • Terra Branford is mentioned in the Confounding Quiz in Final Fantasy XIII-2 and is said to be an actress. She is said to be dating Jeff Roni, a double reference to Edgar; Jeff refers to Geoff, the Japanese version of his alias Gerad.


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