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This was the first appearance of the Garuda. It appeared as a winged/humanoid boss enemy.
The Garuda appears completely opposite of its Final Fantasy III counterpart, this time as a bird-like creature with human arms.
The Garuda appears as both a regular and friendly enemy.
The Garuda first appears as a boss outside the Tomb of Raithwall. Despite this, it isn't classified as a boss in the Clan Primer since it appears as a regular enemy called Garuda-Egi later on in the Paramina Rift.
Garuda returns on Final Fantasy XIV as the Primal worshiped by the Ixal, and is known as the Empress of Birds.
Garuda can be fought as a boss during three quests. One is balanced towards level 40 light parties and two for level 50 full parties at entry-level and endgame gear requirements, respectively. The battles feature a unique boss theme.
Garuda appear in the Windia region.
The Garuda is a boss found within the Dime Tower. It attacks by shooting feathers. When Davias is defeated, he explains that he has already given the Pendant of Mana to Garuda and that Garuda has taken it over the mountains.
The Garuda is not a fightable enemy, but is a possible monster that the party's monster unit(s) can transform into.
The Garuda is an enemy and also a possible monster that the party's monster unit(s) can transform into.
The Garuda is an enemy and also a possible monster that the party can transform into.
The Garuda appears as a secret boss in the Library. Its appearance is the exact same as its incarnation from Ring of Fates.
This avian terror appears on Mushroom Rock Road, and is as ugly as it is dangerous.
Garuda from Final Fantasy III appears with a lightning-elemental card.
Garuda is a large, birdlike creature that appears in both Hinduism and Buddhism. It serves as Lord Vishnu's mount and is the Hindu name for the constellation Aquila. Contemporary representations of Garuda are the brahminy kite and phoenix.