Palom can be summoned by Mira when purchased as downloadable content. He takes on his appearance from Final Fantasy IV: The After Years. Any number of copies of Palom can be summoned at once. He is the most powerful magic summon. His speed is Normal, and he takes up one slot when summoned. His ability is the Slow spell.
FFLTnS Palom appears as an obtainable phantom stone summon and character costume.
Palom and Porom make a cameo as tutors for the in-game manuals.
PFF Palom appears as a playable character.
- Ability Cards
- Legend Cards
One of the twin mages of Mysidia, hailed as a magical prodigy. The younger twin and black mage, Palom shows no restraint, indulging himself in his every whim.
Palom is a playable character who could initially be recruited during the Challenge Event Twin Stars of Mysidia as the First Time Reward for completing the event's Fabul Castle stage in Part 1. He was recruited alongside his sister Porom.
Palom is a Black Mage whose combat role is Offensive Magic.
Palom can use Black Magic abilities up to rarity rank 5.
He can equip accessories.
TCG A few cards depict Palom. The first depicts his SD art, and it has a cost of 1. It is of the Fire element and a Forward type, with the subtype listed as 'Black Mage Apprentice'. The card has a power of 1000, and if the player draws it they will deal 2000 damage to a target defending player controls.
The second card features his CG render from the DS remake. It has a cost of 3 and is also of the Fire element, with 'Black Mage' now listed as the subtype. If the player draws the card, they may deal 7000 damage to a Forward target if they played him through a Level Up ability.
The third card is the promotional artwork of his tale from Final Fantasy IV: The After Years.
Palom appears on Triple Triad cards in the version available via Final Fantasy Portal App.
Non-Final Fantasy guest appearancesEdit
Hanjuku Hero: Aa, Sekaiyo Hanjukunare...!Edit
Palom along with Porom have a guest appearance in this Japanese-exclusive game. They appear in a random event and gives the Gurumy (グルミー, Gurumī?) item to the player.