Amarant is referenced by the moogle Benjamin, through a Mognet letter. If the player selects the answer "bounty hunter in blue" to one of his questions the player will receive a letter titled "Mr.Coral" the next day. In Benjamin's letter, he states that he heard a bounty hunter in blue was in Treno, and he decided to go take a look.
Amarant appears in Pictlogica Final Fantasy as a playable character.
Amarant appears in Final Fantasy Artniks.
Amarant is a playable character who could first be recruited during the Challenge Event A Place to Call Home as the First Time Reward for completing the event's stage Madain Sari - Pursuers on Classic difficulty. His recruitment process differed from the usual three-battle stages in that he had a single-battle stage with no enemy waves before or after him, which made him one of the quickest characters to recruit in any event. He was also awarded upon completion of the Bonus Quest, "Complete Gizamaluke's Grotto Elite (IX)", and was later reissued in Angel of Death. Amarant also appears as a boss named "Scarlet Hair" in dedicated Final Fantasy IX stages.
We've been pointlessly shackled together for a long time now. Still... No sense throwing away perfectly good shackles.
Amarant appears as a character and summonable vision. His job is listed as Monk.
Amarant's Trust Master reward is the HP +30% special ability.
- 3★ - No. 0235: "A fighter who appears in tales of Gaia, a world foreign to this one. He was known by the alias, the Flaming Amarant, thanks to his bright-red hair and fearsome power. Having been alone since birth, he used his own fist to navigate his way through the world on his own. Because of this, he was unable to bring himself to trust others, and was rarely ever known to speak. Still, somehow, he found himself chasing after the man with the tail."
- 4★ - No. 0236: "A fighter who appears in tales of Gaia, a world foreign to this one. Having fought his way alone through the world, he was reluctant to put trust in others. When he was a guard in Treno he set up a trap to capture the thief Zidane, but ended up being framed by him, instead. This sent him after Zidane, though not for revenge, but out of suspicion for the actions of a man who despite being Amarant's equal chose not to act on it."
- 5★ - No. 0237: "A fighter who appears in tales of Gaia, a world foreign to this one. Even as an assassin appointed by Brahne herself, he was unable to subdue Zidane, who once threw his own trap back in his face. Curious as to why Zidane didn't deal him the final blow, and interested in seeing exactly what kind of man he was, Amarant decided to join his former adversary. Once a man who believe the strong have no need for the weak, the longer he spent with his new comrades, the more he changed."
- —Entries for different versions of Amarant.
Amarant's stats at his highest levels are as follows (with no passive abilities taken into account), along with the maximum amount of stat points that can be increased through pot-enhancements:
|HP +10%* Passive||28|
|Draw Attacks* Passive||62|
|Eye for an Eye* Passive||72|
Amarant can equip the following weapons: throwing and fists.
He can equip the following armors: hats and clothes.
He can equip accessories.
- Limit Bursts
- Awakening Materials
|Beast Meat x25|
Esper Cryst x15
Seed of Life x10
Heaven's Ash x5
Sacred Crystal x5
|Seed of Life x20|
Heaven's Ash x10
Sacred Crystal x10
Talmonite of Life x5
Holy Crystal x5
|3★||How about that? I'll stick around and see what you are truly made of.||The most important rule for survival: If it hinders you, cast it aside. I won't make any attachments||-|
|4★||I am the Flaming Amarant. At least, that is what I was once called...||I fail to understand why one with such power would choose friendship instead...||Life for winners; death for losers. I have lived by this ironclad rule.|
|5★||What do I really want to do? What am I truly capable of? These are the questions I want answers to.||How meddlesome you are... You remind me of that guy...||Friends, huh? Pah; that guy's made me soft in the head.|
Amarant appears in the Final Fantasy Trading Card Game and is represented in Earth-elemental cards. He is depicted in his Final Fantasy IX render, Yoshitaka Amano artwork and a promo poster.
Amarant appears on Triple Triad cards in the version available via Final Fantasy Portal App.