And so on you, Ramza, my gaze alights. Now know regret, a traitor's recompense!

Adrammelech

Adrammelech (FFT-ADRAMELECH.png), also known as Adramelk, is the fourth Lucavi demon that Ramza Beoulve must face in Final Fantasy Tactics. He is associated with the Capricorn auracite.

Profile[edit | edit source]

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Adrammelech is a demi human with a goat's face and dark brown goat horns. He has tanned skin and dark green fur on his head, back, and legs, and his arms are tied to his torso with a green rope.

Story[edit | edit source]

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Adrammelech takes over Dycedarg Beoulve after he is injured during a fight with his brothers Zalbaag and Ramza. He kills Zalbaag and several nearby Order of the Northern Sky guards, and attacks Ramza. Ramza defeats him, and as he dies, Adrammelech expresses regret over assuming a mortal body and complains about Ultima not being present to help him.

Spoilers end here.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Adrammelech's job is Ghost of Fury (PS)/Wroth (WotL) in the game. He starts at level 46 with 70 Bravery and Faith, and has roughly 1515 HP and 415 MP. He is immune to all negative statuses except Silence, Blind, and Immobilize. Due to this, Silence-inducing attacks cripple Adrammelech's full power.

Rendezvous[edit | edit source]

When fought in the thirteenth Rendezvous battle: Nightmares, he is level 99 and carries the same abilities and status immunities as previously.

Stats[edit | edit source]

A ruler from another plane who reigns with an iron fist. He wields boundless magick power with ease.

Description

Move Rate Jump Rate Speed Physical Evasion Rate Base Attack Base Magic Base HP Base MP
5 4 9 (10 PS) 19% High High High Average

Abilities[edit | edit source]

Innate abilities[edit | edit source]

Fear/Dread[edit | edit source]

Lucavi job command. This special technique shatters the mind, causing status effects and inflicting psychological damage.

Description

The formula for damage is as follows:

The formula for hit rate of Graviga is as follows:

Original Name WotL Name Description Range Effect Speed
Seal Petrify Inflict a status effect.
Effect: Stone.
Quote: "Suck away the spirits... Seal!"
5 1 Now
Chicken Race Fowlheart Inflict a status effect.
Effect: Disable.
Quote: "Run for your lives! Chicken Race!"
5 1 Now
Lose Voice Aphony Inflict a status effect.
Effect: Silence.
Quote: "Know the world of silence! Lose Voice!"
5 2 Now
Loss Befuddle Inflict a status effect.
Effect: Confuse.
Quote: "Unseeing, unthinking brains... Loss!"
5 2 Now

All Magic/Magick[edit | edit source]

Job command of the Wroth. Mighty magick beyond the comprehension of mere mortals.

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Original Name WotL Name Description MP Cost Range Effect Speed
Holy White Magick that attacks the target with sacred light.
Can be Reflected. Arithmeticks.
Element: Holy.
Quote: "Bright light, shine down on bloody impurity! Holy!"
56 5 1 17
Fire 4 Firaja Black magick that envelops targets in ferocious flames.
Element: Fire.
Quote: "Smoldering flames far below, punish the wicked! Fire4!"
48 4 3 10
Bolt 4 Thundaja Black magick that strikes targets with lightning.
Element: Lightning.
Quote: "Angry spirits of the world strike now! Bolt4!"
48 4 3 10
Ice 4 Blizzaja Black magick that conjures forth bone-chilling icicles.
Element: Ice.
Quote: "Effortless water, break your silence, attack! Ice4!"
48 4 3 10
Flare Black magick that converts energy into heat, scorching the battlefield with searing temperatures.
Can be Reflected. Arithmeticks.
Quote: "Inscript the Dark god into a rotting body! Flare!"
60 5 1 15
Demi 2 Graviga Time magick that conjures up a supermassive field, inflicting damage with powerful gravitational forces.
Can be Reflected. Arithmeticks.
Quote: "Black sheep of evil times, cover our light! Demi2!"
50 4 2 12
Bahamut Megaflare. An esper that attacks with its fearsome breath.
Quote: "Scorch with dragon flame! Bahamut!"
60 4 4 10
Odin Obliteration. An esper that charges through the battlefield astride a fearsome mount, doing great damage.
Quote: "Slash away with the Land's fury! Odin!"
50 4 4 12
Leviathan Tidal Wave. An esper that engulfs the battlefield in a massive tidal wave.
Element: Water.
Quote: "Sea fang, attack with water's power! Leviathan!"
48 4 4 12
Salamander Wyrmfire. An esper that scorches the battlefield with its savage flames.
Element: Fire.
Quote: "Evil flames, entrust your power to us! Salamander!"
48 4 3 12

Other appearances[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy Brave Exvius[edit | edit source]

FFBE Adrammelech FFT Sprite.png

Adrammelech the Wroth is a boss that appears in the Final Fantasy Tactics exchange event The Auracite Chosen. Upon defeat, he drops Red Orbs, which the player could exchange for items with King Mog or the Mog Minister during the claim period. He solely appears in the stage 'Chosen by the Stone - ELT'.

Final Fantasy Record Keeper[edit | edit source]

FFRK Dycedarg & Knight FFT.png
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Gallery[edit | edit source]

FFT Adrammelech Petrify.png
FFT Fowlheart.png
FFT Aphony.png
FFT Loss.png
FFT Holy.png
FFT Fire4.png
FFT Bolt4.png
FFT Ice4.png
FFT Flare.png
FFT Demi2.png
FFT Bahamut.png
FFT Odin.png
FFT Leviathan.png
FFT Salamander.png
FFT Capricorn.gif

Etymology[edit | edit source]

Adramelech was a god called Baal Adramelech (Baal means "Lord" and melech means "King" in Hebrew) in Assyrian mythology. It is said that children were sacrificed to him, but Greek accounts saying that child sacrifice via burning them or placing them within a heated bronze statue of the god are not historically verifiable, as no archaeological proof of such a large, bronze statue exists.

Adramelech is considered a demon in Judeo-Christian tradition, being generally depicted with a human torso and head, and the rest of the body of a mule, a peacock, or some combination there of. He was described as "The enemy of God, greater in ambition, guile and mischief than Satan. A fiend more cursed — a deeper hypocrite".

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