(デスペラードカオス, Desuperādo Kaosu?, lit. Desperado Chaos)
Feral Chaos is a playable character and superboss in Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy. An alternate form of the game's main antagonist, Chaos, Feral Chaos is a monstrosity that is a bestial berserker in battle, and speaks only in roars, snarls and grunts. Though he is an alternate incarnation of Chaos, who is based on Chaos from the original Final Fantasy, Feral Chaos has no counterpart in the main series and his backstory and design are original.
Feral Chaos is primarily black, yellow, red and orange. Compared to the original Chaos he is larger with torn and burned wings, rows of spikes along his tail, and a broken left horn. His face is exaggerated to monstrous proportions, as are the faces on his groin and limbs, and the amulet around his neck has grown from a red gemstone to a red orb. His loincloth is shorter and the smaller horns on his forehead are larger.
Feral Chaos is described as The Omega and the Alpha and fights with fast, powerful Bravery attacks as well as a variety of HP attacks that make him a potent attacker. All of his Bravery attacks cause Chase and Wall Rush, and many stagger guards or crush them outright. This is in addition to their high power and fast execution, letting him overwhelm opponents with his attacks. (More...)
Artwork of the Magus Sisters in Final Fantasy Legends: Toki no Suishō, clockwise from the top-left - Sandy, Cindy, and Mindy. A sequel to Final Fantasy Dimensions, Toki no Suishō is a free-to-play game on Android and iOS in Japan. The Magus Sisters are obtainable as summons in the game both as a trio and separately. Separately, Sandy uses the fire-elemental Razzia, Cindy uses the water-elemental Camisade, and Mindy uses the wind-elemental Passado. These attacks are named after their unique abilities in Final Fantasy X. In their combined form, the trio use their trademark Delta Attack to inflict non-elemental damage.
The Magus Sisters first appeared in Final Fantasy IV as minions of Barbariccia fought in the Tower of Zot. There, their Delta Attack was a strategic attack pattern rather than a single move as it became in their later appearances.