Ixion is a Lightning-elemental aeon in Final Fantasy X who can be summoned into battle. Ixion also appears as a boss in both Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2. Ixion's fayth form is voiced by Roger L. Jackson.
Ixion resembles a unicorn, with a long, golden horn and dark blue skin and gray mane and tail. He has gold bracers on his front legs.
The symbol for Ixion and Djose is annotated with the kanji for thunder (雷, kaminari?).
Ixion has high Defense and magic defense attributes. Ixion can exceed maximum damage when Kimahri upgrades his Celestial Weapon, the Spirit Lance. As a Lightning elemental aeon, Ixion absorbs Lightning and is weak to Water.
Ixion's special move is Aerospark, where Ixion will fire two discs that collide with a single enemy, causing non-elemental damage. The attack also negates certain special magical effects: Haste, NulAll, Protect, Reflect, Regen and Shell.
Ixion's Overdrive is Thor's Hammer, which charges electrical energy on the tip of the horn and fires it toward the enemy, lifting it into the air. A blast of lightning is then sent to the enemy in mid-air, causing lightning damage.
Ixion's victory pose is to rear on his hind legs.
- Base stats
- Stat growth
Ixion's stat growth depends on the number of battles fought and Yuna's stats.
|Number of battles N||Max HP||Max MP||Strength||Defense||Magic||Magic Defense||Agility||Evasion||Accuracy|
|0 to 59||891||25||20||26||20||29||8||11||12|
|60 to 89||951||28||21||28||23||32||8||11||12|
|90 to 119||1121||30||22||32||26||33||9||11||13|
|120 to 149||1261||31||23||33||26||37||9||11||13|
|150 to 179||1309||33||24||34||29||41||9||11||13|
|180 to 209||1503||37||26||37||30||46||11||13||14|
|210 to 239||1545||38||27||38||32||51||11||13||14|
|240 to 269||1605||41||29||40||36||51||14||13||15|
|270 to 299||1787||45||30||43||40||52||15||15||16|
|300 to 329||1981||48||32||50||41||58||16||16||16|
|330 to 359||2041||51||34||52||44||58||17||17||17|
|360 to 389||2089||52||35||53||44||64||18||17||17|
|390 to 419||2271||56||37||56||48||69||19||17||18|
|420 to 449||2441||58||38||58||49||69||20||19||18|
|450 to 479||2501||61||40||60||52||75||21||19||19|
|480 to 509||2573||63||41||66||52||75||22||20||19|
|510 to 539||2731||66||42||68||56||75||23||20||20|
|540 to 569||2779||67||44||69||57||81||23||21||20|
|570 to 599||2973||72||46||72||61||81||26||22||21|
|600 and more||3021||74||47||74||61||87||26||24||21|
|Wht Magic||NulShock, NulTide|
|Blk Magic||Thunder, Thundara|
After obtaining the Summoner's Soul from Belgemine when she is fought for the second time, aeons can learn most abilities available to the main party by using items in specific quantities. See here what abilities can be learned this way.
Aeons also have "equipment", though it is not generally visible in-game. Ixion's weapon initially has an empty slot, followed by Piercing, followed by - (aeon exclusive trait that protects against instant death and all negative status effects except for Curse and Eject), and finally another empty slot. Once Kimahri's Celestial Weapons is upgraded with at least the crests, Ixion's weapon gains Break Damage Limit. His armor contains Sensor, Break HP Limit, Break MP Limit and Lightning Eater.
Final Fantasy XEdit
Ixion is fought as a boss various times against other summoners.
In the International and HD Remaster versions Dark Ixion can be encountered in the Thunder Plains and must be fought twice in succession to be defeated, although the party can exit the plains and leave the second fight for a later time if they wish.
Final Fantasy X-2Edit
Ixion returns as a boss under Shuyin's control. He is fought in the Djose Temple and according to the Al Bhed, found a way to merge with their machina. Because of this Ixion is the only aeon to have altered model due to having machina components junctioned to it.
Each Chamber of the Fayth is filled with a version of the "Hymn of the Fayth", each being sung by the fayth of the aeon within the chamber. Ixion's fayth is a bass male, though his voice is more subdued than others'.
Ixion was a king of the Lapiths (an ancient tribe of Thessaly) and the son of either the god Ares, Antion, or the notorious evildoer Phlegyas in Greek mythology.
Ixion was summoned to the table of the gods, but rather than being grateful, he immediately tried to seduce Zeus's wife, Hera. Zeus stopped them and then tested Ixion by trying to seduce him with a fake Hera made from a cloud. Ixion slept with her, and was later punished by being strapped to a flaming wheel that flew around the world forever. Meanwhile, the fake Hera gave birth to the Centaurs, thus the reason why Ixion is portrayed by a horse-like creature.