Flan Azul is an enemy in Final Fantasy X-2.
Fiend Tale Edit
- Have you, by any chance, seen my master? It has been two years since I lost sight of him. I exist only to serve my master. I must find him...
- Between a lush, mystical forest and a river where glowing flowers bloomed... That was where the small village was. The village where I lived with my master. But one day, my master disappeared. Of course, we searched day and night for him. But ultimately... we were not able to find him.
- The master was our savior... There had always been a rift between our kind and humans. The master showed us a way out. The master became our leader, and put us on the correct path. "I will return this world to its original form. You must all help me accomplish this." The master would always say this, while looking with somber eyes.
- Another fiend has informed me that my master has long since departed for the Farplane... With the master gone, I have no reason to remain in Spira. Shinra, I must ask a favor of you. Could you take me to Macalania Woods? I wish to return to the place where I first met the master...
One notable Flan Azul was created from the spirit of a Guado in the service of Seymour Guado who died two years ago trying to find him. Upon learning that Seymour was sent, Flan Azul asked to be taken to the Macalania Woods where he first met his master with the intent to leave for the Farplane there. However, after having a dream of Seymour striking him on the head, Flan Azul believes his master is not truly gone and decides to travel Spira a bit longer.
Part of the Flan family, this particular type of flan casts Water magic and is weak against Lightning. It is not a particularly powerful enemy and can be dispatched relatively quickly with little effort.
Other appearances Edit
Flan is an open pastry or sponge cake containing a sweet or savory filling. A typical flan of this sort is round, with shortcrust pastry, usually coated with sweet syrup. It is similar to a custard tart or a South African melktert.
Azul is Portuguese and Spanish for "blue".