Bismarck is the primal of the Vanu Vanu beast-tribe in the expansion for Final Fantasy XIV.

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Ruler of the clouds, worshipped by the Vanu Vanu.
Folklore tells of a legendary white whale said to swim in the Sea of Clouds as if they were the waters of the Rhotano.
According to Vanu legend, however, Bismarck led their ancestors to the floating islands. With waves of fury he purges his domain of those who would do his followers harm.

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Story[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward[edit | edit source]

Bismarck was summoned by the Vunda tribe of Vanu Vanu. Bismarck later appeared while under attacked by Garleans, devouring a small island that contained the key to Azys Lla. Reasoning that it was only a matter of time before the Garleans found a way to obtain the key, Cid nan Garlond anchored a small island to the Enterprise and dragged it through the Sea of Clouds to lure Bismarck. When the primal appeared, the Adventurer used the harpoon launchers mounted on the island to reel in the sky whale and slay it to obtain the key.

The Vanu Vanu would summon Bismarck once more, an act that Unukalhai was afraid would hasten the awakening of the Warring Triad. Using the Enterprise to lure out Bismarck once more, the Adventurer defeated Bismarck yet again.

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Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Bismarck appears as a boss twice in both The Limitless Blue and its extreme version, in both versions of the fight are unique to trials and require a different method to defeat the boss.

Other appearances[edit | edit source]

Triple Triad[edit | edit source]

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Bismarck appears as a card in Triple Triad in the version playable via Final Fantasy Portal App.

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Etymology[edit | edit source]

The German battleship Bismarck is a famous Second World War battleship, named after the German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Bismarck's depiction and scale in Final Fantasy XIV is similar to Sin from Final Fantasy X.
  • Bismarck is apparently animalistic and unintelligent, as it has no speaking roles and is motivated by hunger.

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