There is no escaping this evil eye. Once you have met its fearsome gaze, you will never be alone again. Even now I feel the loathsome eye on me. Always it is on me. Where is it? Where is it? Oh, sweet gods...!Theatrhythm Final Fantasy description
Ahriman (アーリマン, Āriman?), also known as Veteran, Allemagne, or Evil Eye, is a recurring enemy from the Final Fantasy series after its debut as a boss in Final Fantasy III. They are often among the strongest enemies, though lesser varieties exist that are weaker. Ahriman are usually depicted as round yellow creatures with green or purple wings, large fang-filled mouths, thin tails, and a single large eye. They attack with Death spells and similar Instant Death attacks, like Petrify, Roulette and Doom. Other varieties of Ahriman are the Floating Eye, the Blood Eye, and the Plague Horror.
The Ahriman is a boss in the Dawn of Souls version. It appears to be a reference to Ahriman's original appearance in Final Fantasy III.
Both the original Ahriman from Final Fantasy IV and the one from Final Fantasy III appear as enemies. After defeating the latter at the Depths of the True Moon, the party remarks it was not like any other Ahriman they fought before, indicating a difference between the two in power. Additionally, Floating Eye appears as a different type of Ahriman.
Ahriman (also known as Veteran) is an enemy.
Different versions of Ahriman can be found, such as the regular Ahriman, Fly Eye, and Bat Eye.
The Ahriman is an enemy-type. It has different breeds and stats, ranging from low to high.
Four types of the Ahriman appear:
It takes 10 kills to Oversoul this fiend type.
|Coin No.||8||Coin Value||6|
|Trait||Coin Count Echo|
|Location||Win from the Practice Core Sphere or the Easy Core Sphere players in Luca Stadium.|
Given x5 when entering the Sphere Break Tournament.
The Ahriman is a monster family and part of the Demon ecosystem. They primarily inhabit the frozen Northlands, and are numerous in Castle Zvahl. The Ahriman genus has several subspecies with unique coloring.
Ahriman appears in the Sochen Cave Palace as a storyline boss. Ahriman appears as a ghost, rather than a flying one-eyed demon, differing radically from past incarnations, though it maintains the yellow-and-purple color scheme and has a stylized eye emblem on its chest.
The Ahriman is a member of the Spook species that can be summoned by Imps.
Players who have subscribed for at least three months will receive a gray Ahriman mount known as "Void Resonator" as part of Veterans Rewards. A diminutive yellow Ahriman called "Beady Eye" is also gifted as a minion in addition to the mount.
An Ahriman enemy was in introduced in the Windows and Royal Edition.
An Ahriman is a common enemy. A variant, the Floateye, can also be found.
The Ahriman is both a monster class and a specific monster. The Floating Eye also appears as a separate monster class.
Ahriman is an enemy that appears in four different locations.
Several Ahriman-type enemies appear, in the form of the Evil Eye, Bat Eye, Dark Eye and Floating Eye variants. The third variant of the Evil Eye is named Ahriman, a much stronger variant of the Evil Eye.
Ahriman appears as an enemy in all cycles of the Mushroom Forest.
Ahriman appear as enemies in Denthe Bridge, Land of O'Kokuh, Simuth Hollows, and Shrine of Awakening.
Ahriman appears as a monster that can be summoned by Mira. It is a ranged summon with Fast attack speed and a one slot cost to summon. Although its attack power is somewhat low, its ability to Guard artifacts, preventing the destruction of tower floors, and its Fast attack speed make Ahriman a very useful ranged monster to summon in packs.
Ahriman appears as a normal enemy. They usually fly just out of reach, so casting Gravity on them is a good strategy. Their special attack is a laser shot from the eye, which causes the stun status effect.
- Note: One missing enemy of this type, might be exclusive to original mobile version
In addition, the Ahriman appears as a boss in Babil Tower's eighth floor and later as a normal enemy.
Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)Edit
A Ghost Card is named Ahriman, and bears the Player Icon of the Ahriman from Final Fantasy III. The Ahriman card is a Level 52 Cloud of Darkness that has the Purple Gem and Gnomish Bread to be won through Battlegen. The quote on the card, "None shall be able to stop it! You will never leave this place alive" is paraphrasing of what the Ahriman in Final Fantasy III says to the party before attacking.
Ahriman appears as an enemy with its original appearance from Final Fantasy III.
Ahriman appear as an enemies in Battle Music Sequences.
Ahriman from Final Fantasy IV appears as an enemy.
The gaze of this beast's great eye is absolutely petrifying. Literally and figuratively.Description
The Final Fantasy III and Final Fantasy XII versions of the Ahriman appear as bosses in dungeons based on the same games, with attack patterns similar to those they used in their original games.
Ahrimans from IV, VI, VII, IX, and X-2 also appear as enemies in various dungeons from those games. The enemies are variably able to inflict Doom, Confusion, Petrify, or Instant Death with various attacks.
The Ahriman appears as an enemy.
An Ahriman can be found in the Technolith and gives access to the microgame "Red Eye Rampage". In a nod to the source of the creature's name, the Ahriman says "Thank Zoroaster!" when the player agrees to opening the microgame.
Ahriman from the PSP version of Final Fantasy III appears in an earth-elemental card, while its Theatrhythm Final Fantasy appearance and Floateye from Final Fantasy Tactics Advance have Wind-elemental cards.
Ahriman from Final Fantasy VI and Final Fantasy XIV appear on Triple Triad cards.
Non-Final Fantasy guest appearancesEdit
In Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Portable, Ahriman appears as a chance card. The card's ability: Gain extra step(s) as previous roll.
Ahriman is a card.
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In early games, Ahriman was known as "Veteran". This may be a result of misinterpreting his Japanese name as "early man" (which would more likely be アーリーマン (ārī man?)). A veteran is a person with a long experience in a field, from Latin vetus, meaning "old".