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Lann is one of the main protagonists of World of Final Fantasy and Reynn's twin brother.

Who's WhoEdit

CV: Josh Keaton / Soma Saito
Age in Nine Wood Hills: 15
Notes: Markings on his left arm / "Dude!" / Reynn's younger twin brother / Mentally incontinent, but morally regular / Considers proper word usage to be optional
While Lann may seem like a dummy, he has a good heart, a strong sense of responsibility, and he always puts his family first. Note that he steps out in front of his sister when danger approaches, almost automatically, which would imply he holds her life more dear than his own.
Memories from 100 Years Ago
If they had merely forgotten their past, Lann and Reynn might have been able to remember it again, but those memories were literally "lost" and cannot be retrieved. Thus, anything the twins have been "remembering" must not have been lost.
What did Tama mean when she said Lann and Reynn could have "ruled the world"? How did they meet the Pleiad? If there used to be more Mirage Keepers, then just imagine how many Mirages there were. Perhaps brother and sister used to be acquainted with other Champions, from that other time. But we can no longer relive those stories with Lann and Reynn. At least, not from where they are standing now...
First World of Origin



Lann is a young man with short, spiky strawberry blond hair and blue eyes. He wears a black shirt under a long, high-collared navy blue jacket with a black belt and large yellow buttons. He wears ankle-length tan and black pants black with blue ankle boots. He wears a large gold armor glove on his left hand with a large glowing yellow gem on the back of the hand.


Lann is bright and energetic, but can be of a bit of a dunce sometimes, although he can act cool when the situation calls for it. He can be serious even though his dense attitude tends to go hand-in-hand with it. He often complains about a variety of things, but after discovering that he and Reynn were tricked into releasing the Cogna into Grymoire, he feels guilty. This guilt worsens when he learns that he and Reynn were the ones who summoned Brandelis into the world.

Lann is protective of his sister, and becomes worried when she is distracted or plagued by horrible thoughts. He steps in front of her whenever danger approaches, showing that he cares more about her life than his own.

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Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow. (Skip section)

Both Lann and Reynn were born to Lusse Farna and her husband, Rorrik. Lusse Farna was a powerful summoner who tamed countless Mirages, and their father helped create the Prismariums used to keep them under control. Due to the strange markings on their arms, they were bullied quite often, though they were unaware that the markings were proof of their status as Mirage Masters. At some point in time, Lann and Reynn chose to try and lessen their mother's burden by collecting the Mirages. They collected a vast number of them, including some very powerful Mirages, such as Bahamut, Leviathan, Odin, Diabolos, Ifrit, Shiva and Ramuh.

However, Lann and his sister didn't control them well, instead letting them do however they pleased. As a result, it caused quite a bit of trouble for the people of Grymoire, so much so that in later years, the twins became known as the Demon Dyaud. Rorrik told them to reign in their Mirages, as they were causing trouble, but they brushed him off, thinking that he was jealous that he couldn't control Mirages like they could. They eventually learned from their sister-figure, Hauyn, about the Ultima Gate, which could supposedly link Grymoire to another world, and summon gods. Thinking that it could help them lessen their mother's burden, Lann and Reynn tried to activate it, but were interrupted by Hauyn, who begged them not to, fearing what may come of it. Lann grew tired of her, and not wanting to listen to her babbling, he locked her away, and then used some of her power to activate the Ultima Gate.

As a result of the action, the Exnine Knight, Brandelis, entered into their world. Terrified by the being's presence, they cowered before him. Their parents came in, and tried to stop him, but they were easily overpowered, and their being's were overtaken by two other Exnine Knights, resulting in Lusse and Rorrik becoming the Plume Knight and the Knight in the Golden Mask respectively. Lusse, struggling to control her body, told her children to escape.

After leaving Grymoire, both of them lost their memories as a result of being spliced out. They then slept away inside the Nine Wood Hills, while time in Grymoire passed as several hundred years, with Hauyn still locked away, and Brandelis beginning his plans to take control of Grymoire. During that time, The Knight in the Golden Mask made several plans; the establishment of the Bahamutian Empire, with Brandelis as it's king, the subjugation of towns, the harvesting of Soul Crystals, and even the creation of the "Crimson Prophecy." This was all done in case Lann and Reynn ever returned to Grymoire, knowing that their memories were gone, and that they would be pawns in their scheme to bring forth the Cogna into the world.

Eventually, Lann and Reynn woke up after several hundreds of years had passed in Grymoire. At first, neither of them seem to notice their missing memories, as Lann is worried that he might be late to work at the coffee shop, and is confused when he finds only Enna Kros in the shop. It isn't until after Reynn shows to Lann the glaringly obvious fact that there is no one inside of Nine Wood Hills with the exception of them that they notice their memories are gone, save for a few important details. Enna Kros explains to them that by using the Warp Gate in Sylver Park, they can enter the world of Grymoire, where they can collect Mirages, which according to her can allow them to regain their memories. It's then that Lann also notices the being sitting atop his head; the Mirage Tama, who apparently knows Enna Kros. Tama teaches Lann and Reynn the specifics behind being a Mirage Master.

After entering Grymoire for the first time, and learning about the transformation into becoming "Lilikins" and "Jiants," Lann and Reynn eventually decide to enter Grymoire, and obtain all the Mirages in hopes of regaining their memories. They also learn that Enna Kros is, quite literally, "god," as she states as much when they make their decision, though she disappears before she can say anything else.

Spoilers end here.

Creation and developmentEdit

Lann and Reynn engage in a comedic back-and-forth banter known as manzai, with Lann serving as the boke (funny man) and Reynn as the tsukkomi (straight man). This style of comedy involves a lot of misunderstandings, double entendres and puns and the developers requested the essence of the original script remain intact for the localization.[1]

Other appearancesEdit

Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit


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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit


The twin brother of Reynn, Lann is a lively youth who sets off on an adventure through the land of Grymoire in search of his lost memory.
—Character profile.

Lann is a playable character who could be initially recruited during the Collector's Event World of Grymoire as a First Time Reward for completing the event's Castle Cornelia - Hard stage in Part 1.


Lann is a Grymoire Wanderer, whose combat role is Physical Attack.

Level HP Attack Defense Magic Resistance Mind Accuracy Evasion Speed
1 211 12 8 8 8 8 20 21 89
10 821 29 20 20 20 19 20 21 96
20 1,500 50 34 35 35 32 21 22 102
30 2,178 69 48 49 49 45 21 23 108
40 2,857 90 62 63 64 58 22 23 113
50 3,535 110 76 78 78 71 22 24 119
60 4,214 129 90 92 92 84 23 24 124
RankMax: 5 4 5 2 2 2 2 3 3 3
Record Spheres
Sphere S.Lv 1 S.Lv 2 S.Lv 3 S.Lv 4 S.Lv 5
Warrior +1 ATK +70 HP +1 DEF +1 ATK +2 DEF
Ranger +1 DEF +1 ATK +1 DEF +60 HP +2 ATK
Monk +1 ATK +1 DEF +40 HP +1 ATK +1 DEF
Gladiator*Requires mastery of Warrior's Record Sphere. +3 ATK +3 DEF +200 HP +4 ATK +5 ATK
Beastmaster*Requires mastery of Ranger's Record Sphere. +3 ATK +3 ATK +150 HP +6 RES +6 ATK
Geomancer*Requires mastery of Ranger and Monk's Record Spheres. +3 RES +3 ATK +130 HP +6 ATK +3% Damage vs. Weakness

Lann can use Summoning abilities up to rarity rank 5, Combat abilities up to rarity rank 5, and Support abilities up to rarity rank 4.

His default Soul Break is Fire Mirajewel, that at the expense of one Soul Gauge segment deals physical fire damage to one target.


Lann can equip the following weapon types: daggers, swords, fists, and thrown.

He can equip the following armor types: hats, light armor, robes, and bracers.

He can equip accessories.

Triple TriadEdit

Lann appears on a Triple Triad card in the version available via the Final Fantasy Portal App.

Non-Final Fantasy guest appearancesEdit

Kingdom Hearts seriesEdit

Lann in his Lilkin form makes an appearance in Kingdom Hearts Union χ[Cross] as an obtainable headgear and a medal.

Puzzle & DragonsEdit

PxD Reynn & Lann
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