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Chaos, also referred to as Dark Lord, is the antagonist and the final boss in Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light.

Story Edit

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Three hundred years ago Chaos appeared in the world when humans nurtured darkness in their hearts. He was sealed away by the dragons of Spelvia. Fifteen years ago Chaos and his servants were released and caused turmoil throughout the world. Rolan from Spelvia was sent to stop his minions, but was corrupted himself by Lucifer and gave up his quest, leaving them free to carry out their plans.

Chaos is not mentioned until the party defeats Rolan in Spelvia. The Heroes of Light are shot back into the past when Chaos is released, and are forced to defeat his servants. The heroes correct the mistakes made in the past, and obtain the legendary weapons. After they defeat all of Chaos' servants, he opens the entrance to the Star Chamber, which will eventually envelop the entire world in darkness, and revives his servants within. After the heroes defeat his servants and regain their crowns, the party meets Chaos in the dungeon's final level. Chaos battles the party twice, but is defeated.

After defeating his second form, the party is about to give up, but their allies encourage them to not give up and give them the power to stand again. The party defeats Chaos, but before he dies, he warns he will always exist as long as there is hatred in the hearts of people.

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Gameplay Edit

Chaos is fought thrice as the game's final boss: The first phase is a fight against Chaos's initial form, the second phase is large gray monster, and the third form is the Chaos of Space and Time.

Musical themes Edit

The battle theme for Chaos consists of three parts: "A Strong Enemy" for his first form, "The Demon King's Servants" for his second form, and "The Final Battle" for his final form.

Etymology Edit

Chaos refers to the void state preceding the creation of the universe in Greek creation myths, or to the initial "gap" created by the original separation of heaven and earth.

Dark Lord is another name for the Devil, the personification of evil in certain religions. In fiction, Dark Lord is often used to refer to a powerful antagonist with evil henchmen.

Trivia Edit

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