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Ouroboros (ウロボロス, Uroborosu?), also known as Uroburos, is a recurring enemy in the series.

AppearancesEdit

Final Fantasy IIIEdit

III

Ouroboros

Ouroboros is an enemy fought at Lake Dohr and the Saronia Catacombs. It is a weak enemy, but can be dangerous as its regular attack can inflict Petrify on hit.

Final Fantasy VIEdit

VI

Ouroboros is an enemy fought at Phoenix Cave. Its defenses are high, but it has low HP so it's not too difficult to defeat with Ice-elemental attacks. It attacks with Bio and the Zombie-inducing Negatouch.

Final Fantasy DimensionsEdit

FFD

FFD Ouroboros

Ouroboros is an enemy fought at Anima Grove.

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Bravely DefaultEdit

BD

Infernalrealm

Ouroboros.

Ouroboros is the main antagonist and acts as the final boss. He is referred to as the "god of destruction". He is fought in a series of five battles. He is first faced while assuming Tiz's form. The next four battles feature his actual appearance. Each battle includes an increasing set of skills, and has different criteria for entering the next battle. Ouroboros is can be killed in the fifth and final battle.

Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

PFF

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

FFRK

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Final Fantasy Brave ExviusEdit

FFBE

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Triple TriadEdit

111a Ouroboros

Ouroboros from Final Fantasy VI has a Triple Triad card in the version playable via Final Fantasy Portal App.

GalleryEdit

EtymologyEdit

The Ouroboros is Greek for "tail-devourer". It is an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon swallowing its own tail and forming a circle. It most commonly symbolizes cyclicality, unity, or infinity.