- "Our prayers are with you."
- —Elma at Mi'ihen Highroad
Elma (エルマ, Eruma?) is a non-player character from Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2. She is a member of the Chocobo Knights, who participate in Operation Mi'ihen along with captain Lucil and Clasko.
Appearance and PersonalityEdit
Elma is a young woman with chin-length black hair and brown eyes. She wears a brown headband around her head and, on top of it, a thin belt-like strap with three diamond-shaped dangles. Her outfit consists of a long-sleeved short dress in shades of black, gold and white. The dress ends in a white pleated skirt. She also wears golden fingerless gloves and golden thigh highs which are cut off in the outer thighs area. She completes her outfit with red armor pieces: a breastplate, pauldrons, armguards, a tasset that is open in the front, shin guards and matching flat shoes.
Her personality is cheerful and bubbly, and she is always ready to welcome Yuna.
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Final Fantasy XEdit
Elma is met on the Mi'ihen Highroad where the Chocobo Knights are guarding the highroad. During Operation Mi'ihen with the Chocobo Knights decimated, Elma escaped with Lucil and Clasko, and the trio are later found at Djose. She expresses optimism that once they round up more chocobos, the mounted forces will ride again. After the Operation, Elma joins the trio to guard Yevon temples, displaying her loyalty to Captain Lucil.
Final Fantasy X-2Edit
Following Sin's defeat, Elma joins the Youth League with her comrades, and holds a position of authority directly beneath Lucil, having been promoted Captain. If Yuna decides to align with New Yevon, their ideals will conflict and Elma will fight Yuna. However, Yuna's concert changes their minds and Elma will express the League's interest in a truce.
- Main article: Elma (Boss)
In Final Fantasy X-2, Elma is fought twice at Mushroom Rock.
Elma is a German name, commonly used as a short version of names ending in -elma. However, it could be that in this case the name is simply a feminine take on Elmo (an English name meaning "Protector").