FFD wiki icon Eidolons are summons in Final Fantasy Dimensions. They can be summoned by Summoners and by characters equipped with "Summon LV" ability.

List of Eidolons Edit

Eidolon Level Ability MP Cost Acquire
Sylph 1 Whispering Wind 12 Initial
Deals magic damage to a single enemy and restores HP to all ally
Chocobo 1 Chocobo Kick 12 Talk to a yellow chocobo in any Chocobo forest.
Deals magic damage to a single enemy.
Ramuh 2 Judgment Bolt 29 Defeat Ramuh in the Cave of Fulmination.
Deals lightning damage to all enemies.
Titan 2 Gaia's Wrath 39 Defeat Titan in the Cave of Convulsion.
Deals earth damage to all enemies.
Shiva 3 Diamond Dust 34 Defeat Shiva in the Glacial Cave.
Deals ice damage to all enemies.
Ifrit 3 Hellfire 34 Defeat Ifrit in the Cave of Perfervidity.
Deals fire damage to all enemies.
Phoenix 4 Flames of Rebirth 99 Phoenix can be acquired in the Anima Grove.
Deals fire damage to all enemies and revive all allies.
Odin 4 Gungnir
54 Odin can be acquired in Odin's Castle.
Instantly kills all enemies or deals magic damage to a single target.
Unicorn 5 Healing Horn 42 Unicorn can be acquired in the Divine Forest.
Restores HP and removes Sleep, Confuse, Paralysis, Berserk and Curse from all allies.
Leviathan 5 Tidal Wave 56 Defeat Leviathan can be acquired in the Abyssal Shrine.
Deals water damage to all enemies.
Alexander 6 Divine Wrath 64 Alexander can be acquired in the Castle of the Protector.
Deals light damage to all enemies.
Diabolos 6 Evil Messenger 64 Diabolos can be acquired in the Lufenia Ruins.
Deals dark damage to all enemies.
Argy 7 Espilia 56 Chapter 4, check the flower in Fabrica and talk to Argy.
Restores HP and causes a random beneficial effect on all allies (Including Haste, Shell, Protect, Regen and Attack Up).
Bahamut 7 Mega Flare 78 Bahamut is obtained in the Mountain of the Father.
Deals magic damage to all enemies.

Other Eidolons Edit

The Moogle Dance may result in summoning a group of moogles even though there is not a moogle Eidolon available in the game.

Gallery Edit

Etymology Edit

Eidolon means "unsubstantial image," "reflection," or "phantom" in Greek. It can also mean "idol" and is the source of the Latin word "Idolum."

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