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Concept art for Final Fantasy VIII

Iguion (シュメルケ, Shumeruke?) is a recurring enemy in the series. They first appeared in Final Fantasy VIII and are depicted as lizards.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy VIIIEdit

FF8 Iguion

A pair of Iguions appear as bosses in Deling City to be fought by Squall and Irvine. They are statues brought to life by Sorceress Edea to kill Rinoa Heartilly. They are immune to Fire and weak to Earth. They have the ability Magma Breath, which deals fire damage and may petrify a party member. The Guardian Force Carbuncle can be drawn from the Iguions.

Final Fantasy XEdit

Iguion (FFX)

Iguions appear as enemies in the Macalania Woods. They are resistant to fire and water attacks, and weak to ice. They have high agility and evasion, and their attacks can cause Silence and Petrify.

Final Fantasy XIIEdit

Iguion-ffxii

Iguions appear as beast/toad-type enemies in the Phon Coast and in the Doubt Abandoned area of Sochen Cave Palace. They are docile until the player attacks them and can sometimes be found asleep.

Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

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Final Fantasy Brave ExviusEdit

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EtymologyEdit

Iguion comes from "iguana." Iguana is a genus of herbivorous lizards native to tropical areas of Mexico, Central America, several islands in Polynesia and the Caribbean. Two species are included: the green iguana widespread throughout its range and a popular pet, and the Lesser Antillean iguana native to the Lesser Antilles and endangered due to habitat destruction. The word "iguana" is derived from the original Taino name for the species, iwana.

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