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Have the laws of man grown so twisted in my absence that it is now permitted to lay hands upon an emissary?

Elidibus

Elidibus is a character from Final Fantasy XIV. A white-robed Ascian, he claims to be an Emissary for the "one true god". Elidibus is secretive and enigmatic, and invested in the balance of Light and Darkness. He claims that while he serves with utmost loyalty, a world riddled with darkness or light is just a void, which does nothing for his master. Able to possess others, he has appeared in various forms. He was introduced in A Realm Reborn and became a recurring behind-the-scenes antagonist, culminating in major appearances in Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers and Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker.

History[]

Early life[]

An ancient living in the city of Amaurot, a man was chosen for the seat of "Elidibus" in the Convocation of Fourteen, a group that served as guardians of the world of Etheirys. He was the youngest of the group, referred to as a "youth" and "young man".[note 1] He admired the other members, which Hades, who held the seat "Emet-Selch", found both endearing and embarrassing. Elidibus earned his peers' respect despite their initial impression of him, tending to overwork himself and seeming too kind for his position. When Etheirys was besieged by a calamity from within, Elidibus and his fellow Convocation members imbued the planet with a will, which manifested as the primal Zodiark. The ancient bearing the title of "Azem" left their seat before the summoning and half of their people were sacrificed to offer up the necessary aether to complete the ritual. As part of the summoning, Elidibus took Loghrif's place to be the first "sacrifice" and became Zodiark's heart.

Zodiark succeeded in its primary purpose, but then enthralled those who had summoned him into becoming his devout followers. The Convocation resolved to sacrifice another half of their people to replenish their ruined world. For Elidibus and the Convocation to restore the lives of those originally sacrificed, Zodiark would require even more aether; aether that would come from the new life being born into the world. This disturbed many of the remaining Amaurotines, including Venat, who felt that the sacrificial costs were already too great, and that the world now belonged to the lives birthed in it. Aware of the conflict among his people, and realizing it would not resolve without his guidance, Elidibus separated himself from Zodiark to continue his role in the Convocation as a primal. Venat and her followers summoned Hydaelyn in opposition to Zodiark, and the resulting conflict ended with Hydaelyn's final attack shattering reality, sundering the world and all life on it into the Source and its thirteen shards.

Elidibus survived the sundering intact along with two of his fellow Convocation members, Emet-Selch and Lahabrea. Elidibus began to work with the other Paragons and their Ascian followers to orchestrate the rejoining of the shards with the Source to restore both their god and their home. Throughout the ages, Elidibus made heroes of random people and occasionally assumed the identity of one himself, originating the legend of the Warrior of Light, at least on the First. He did this to ensure the precise balance of light and dark for the rejoinings, to prevent another flood such as what had happened to the 13th. Such instances also resulted in him opposing his Ascian brethren when they became too reckless with their plans.

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn[]

Doubt my claims and question my motives if you will. Only believe me when I say this... I am Elidibus, emissary—bearer of the word of the one true god. And we shall speak again.

Elidibus to the Warrior of Light

Elidibus before Minfilia inside the Waking Sands.

Following Lahabrea's defeat, Elidibus made his presence known to the Source's current Warrior of Light to see if they and the Scions of the Seventh Dawn organization they belonged to could be useful pawns.[1] Elidibus appeared to Minfilia Warde as she prepared to leave the Waking Sands to the new Scion headquarters in Revenant's Toll. As she prepared Louisoix Leveilleur's shattered staff, a voice lamented how he never could meet the late great sage. Minfilia was startled to see an Ascian in the Waking Sands, albeit one with white robes. He noted she was gifted enough to perceive him, though ignorant of his station as Emissary. He confirmed that Lahabrea had not been fully vanquished at the Praetorium, and remarked that "he may yet learn from his mistakes".

The Warrior of Light encounters Elidibus.

Tataru Taru entered to confirm she was ready to depart, but could not sense Elidibus's presence as Ascians are "indistinct" to those not attuned to the Echo. Elidibus claimed the Echo was a gift, but one that Minfilia and others had yet to master: if they did, there would be no strife between them and the Ascians. He bid his farewell, hoping they would meet again as friends. As he turned, Minfilia rushed toward him, and in reflex he knocked her out with dark magic. As she lied stunned, he mused how it was a mercy that Hydaelyn shielded "Her children" from "His grace" and pondered if it was by her hand they survived the "Ardor".

After the Warrior of Light checked on Minfilia, she implored them to find the enigmatic Ascian. He was spotted in the town square of Vesper Bay, unnoticed by the townsfolk. He recognized the Warrior of Light was strong in the Echo, and bid them to head north into Parada's Peace, warning that they may be tested by assailants. After progressively fending off groups of voidsent and Ascians sent to judge, the Emissary remarked on how only one strong enough to best Lahabrea could endure the "examination".

Elidibus behind the Archbishop.

As the Warrior of Light assumed a combative stance, Elidibus asked if the laws of man had twisted to permitting one to bear arms against an Emissary. He reminded the Warrior of Light had seen his meeting with the Antecedent through the Echo, and how he had acted in self-defense. Changing his tone, he admitted that Lahabrea's actions were not so easily excused, though he could not wholly condemn his deeds as it had allowed them to discover one strong enough in the Echo to banish an Ascian. The Emissary noted how Hydaelyn had been waning and that the world would soon change. He introduced himself as Elidibus, and conceded that the Warrior of Light may doubt his words and motives.

Fellow Ascian, Nabriales, questioned Elidibus's intentions of approaching the Scions.[2] He reappeared presiding over a meeting of the Ascians in the rift between worlds, and Lahabrea and Elidibus flanked the throne of the Archbishop of Ishgard, implying they were manipulating the affairs of the Holy See. Elidibus also informed Lahabrea of Nabriales's fall.[3] After the overlord left, he spoke with Urianger Augurelt concerning fate.

Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward[]

Hydaelyn's champion has grown too strong. [Their] might encroaches upon the realm of gods. Equilibrium must needs be restored. The time is come for you and yours to join the fray... Warrior of Darkness.

Elidibus to Ardbert

Elidibus with Ardbert.

Elidibus stood on the surface of the moon, sensing that both Igeyorhm and Lahabrea had fallen, with him left to handle the consequences. The imbalance of Light and Dark from the Warrior of Light's actions halting their plan, Elidibus sent the Warriors of Darkness to restore the balance by having them terrorize the beastmen into summoning more primals, before deciding that pitting them against the Warrior of Light was ideal. In doing this Elidibus was exploiting Ardbert's desperation, a Warrior of Light from the shard known as the First on verge of being consumed in a Flood of Light. The Ascians having masterminded the Flood themselves, Elidibus tricked Ardbert and his group into serving him as his "Warriors of Darkness". Elidibus had them recover the Eyes of Nidhogg from the ravine outside Ishgard, which he later bequeathed to the Ala Mhigan extremist known as "The Griffin" in hopes that he would incite a war between Eorzea and the Garlean Empire.

Though the Warriors of Darkness ceased their attack and returned to their world with Minfilia to save the First, Elidibus was pleased by the outcome and intended to watch Hydaelyn's emissary carefully. Elidibus also sent his disciple, Unukalhai, to join the Scions to aid them in defeating the ancient primals knows as the Warring Triad.

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood[]

Our enemy is resourceful. Though victory is certain now, it will not remain so indefinitely. Deliberate if you must, but be quick about it. We will speak again when you have unburdened yourself of doubt. Until then, I take my leave... Father.

Elidibus to Varis while possessing Zenos' body

Elidibus in Zenos's body.

Elidibus took the corpse of Zenos yae Galvus as a vessel after Ala Mhigo's liberation. He presented himself to Emperor Varis (Zenos's father) while bringing back the Ascian that had assumed the identity of Solus zos Galvus (Emet-Selch) to help him get their plan of an eighth Umbral Calamity underway. Elidibus used Zenos's face and influence as the prince to undermine any attempted rebellions in Garlemald's surrounding provinces while sabotaging Varis's peace treaty with Doma; he manipulated Asahi sas Brutus into orchestrating his sister, Yotsuyu goe Brutus—who was recognized as a Doman citizen—to summon a primal unto herself.

Even though Maxima quo Priscus learned of the true Zenos's death, Elidibus assured a furious Varis that he had things under control as he had sent the imperial guard to make an attempt on Alphinaud Leveilleur and the Populares, driving the political party out of Garlemald. Now unopposed politically with no one to expose the truth, Elidibus instructed Varis to give the word and bring down the might of the Empire on Ala Mhigo, but Varis was hesitant and silent. Unable to egg him on, Elidibus left, stating that should Varis act, it needed to be soon. When the assault commenced, Elidibus personally led the second wave of Garlean soldiers to battle.

After facing Hien Rijin, Yugiri Mistwalker, and Lyse Hext, Elidibus battled the Warrior of Light who became immobilized after a voice called to them. Elidibus tried to exploit this opportunity to kill the Warrior, but Estinien Wyrmblood stopped him. Elidibus and Varis returned to Garlemald, the former scolding the emperor for abandoning the battle, while vowing the Warrior would not escape him again.

Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers[]

I will strike you down... Destroy you body and soul. All else must wait.

Elidibus's threat to the Warrior Of Light

Elidibus remained in Garlemald consorting with Varis on how to exploit the Warrior and the Scions' absence from the Source to use the Black Rose, a Garlean bioweapon: poison gas that killed those who breathe it. The real Zenos, whose artificial Echo had allowed him to possess another body, confronted Elidibus to reclaim his original body. Upon sensing Emet-Selch's demise, Elidibus abandoned his vessel while imparting his knowledge to Zenos. Lamenting that he was now the only remaining Paragon, Elidibus resolved to destroy the Warrior of Light so the Rejoining could properly resume.

Aware that G'raha Tia used a spell to bring the Warrior of Light and the Scions to the First with the Scions' champion declared a "Warrior of Darkness", Elidibus sought the same spell so he could summon an army of spectral "Warriors of Light" from across the shards to build his strength. Elidibus possessed Ardbert's lifeless body and used it to slay the remaining sin eaters as a "Warrior of Light". He arrived in Crystarium on the First just as the Scions revealed the forgotten truths of the shard's Warriors of Light, spurring the citizens to follow in their footsteps before leaving.

Elidibus' illusion.

The Scions intercepted Elidibus at the Rak'tika Greatwoods, tricking the Ascian into exposing himself when the Warrior used the real Ardbert's personal history against him. Though Alphinaud tried to have Elidibus reconsider his actions in light of Emet-Selch's dying words, the Emissary scoffed at the notion of man's ability to understand or remember the ancients' plight, and remained adamant to carry out the Convocation's will. Elidibus later made his presence known at Crystarium, casting an illusion of a starshower to awaken the Echo within those present. When Urianger pressed him for information, Elidibus revealed that Hydaelyn only awakened the power dormant within the sundered, a fragment of an ancient's full power. When the Scions demanded to know his plan, Elidibus said he was just another Warrior of Light seeking to save the world.

Elidibus later felt himself called to Crystarium and drawn to the Warrior of Light, unbeknownst to either of them. Upon Elidibus's arrival, the Warrior glimpsed his induction into the seat of "Elidibus" via the Echo, which Elidibus deemed to be of no importance. Elidibus revealed his intentions were to gather his strength and destroy the Warrior, who had killed his fellow unsundered and nearly destroyed his people's dreams of rejoining the worlds. To Elidibus, this was a mission that needed to be put above all else. Before Elidibus left, he asked the Warrior of Light why Emet-Selch seemed to recognize something in them, but even if the Warrior answered, Elidibus could not remember what it meant. When the Crystal Exarch arrived and told Elidibus to leave, the Ascian agreed, but attempted to strike down the Exarch whose soul was dense enough to prevent any serious injury.

You speak as if you were disappointed in me. Why? I am your enemy, and you mine. Our goals are in conflict, and we are fated to clash. Or had you hoped that feigned sympathy and false understanding would cast your crimes in a less reprehensible light? That I would come to look upon you as a friend? You who have slaughtered my people. Who would tear down everything we have built... You do not deny it, then. Very well, let us change the cast of this trial. You will know what you have stolen from us. But do not imagine I crave remorse. Only justice.

Elidibus beginning the Warrior Of Light's trial

Elidibus found Y'shtola Rhul passed out in Anyder, having succumbed to her aetheric instability in the Source. Seizing the opportunity, Elidibus took the unconscious Y'shtola captive in Emet-Selch's memory of Amaurot, promising the Warrior of Light that he would return her unharmed if they passed his trial. The Warrior followed Elidibus to Amaurot, where he subjected them to a gauntlet of opponents based on those they had met on their journey, designed to make the Warrior understand what they had taken from him, until fighting the Warrior himself. Elidibus lost as Y'shtola arrived, having learned of his true nature from her research. When asked if he was truly acting on his own or by the will of those who maintained his existence, Elidibus considered answering it pointless.

Deeming the Warrior's test over and realizing he would be unable to defeat them without greater power, Elidibus left for the Crystal Tower to kill the Crystal Exarch and acquire his summoning magic. Though the Exarch escaped and locked the tower down to keep Elidibus trapped inside, the Ascian still acquired the spell he was after through a crystal imbued with G'raha's blood and memories. This allowed Elidibus to take control of the Crystal Tower as he summoned numerous spectral Warriors of Light to kill the Scions, with all the strain of using the magic being transferred to the Exarch instead of him, allowing him to summon a spectral army without end.

This... Yes... I would become Him. I would save everyone. This I believed. Yet still they cried out, in rage and despair... Divided—over the fate of the star. A rare occurrence, always fleeting. But not this time. Not this time... Reconciliation. Elidibus. I was needed. I withdrew myself from Zodiark. For them... My people. My brothers. ...My friends. Stay strong. Keep the faith. At duty's end, we will meet again. We will. We will. The rains have ceased, and we have been graced with another beautiful day. But you are not here to see it.

Elidibus before fading away

Elidibus as the Warrior of Light.

When confronted at the tower's peak, Elidibus reminisced with the Warrior of Light about the time they had met at the Waking Sands, and how he had thought he could use the Warrior as a pawn to keep darkness from overwhelming the Source, a decision that cost Lahabrea and Emet-Selch their lives and left Elidibus as the last of the Unsundered. With the survival of his people now resting on his shoulders, Elidibus swore to destroy the Warrior, resurrect Zodiark, and bring back those who had called him forth, no matter how long it took him. He could barely remember Amaurot, the Convocation, or why he was even so driven to follow this goal outside of it being his "duty", yet was determined to fulfill it and desperate to stop the Warrior. He absorbed some of the spectral Warriors and took the shape of the First's original Warrior of Light to do battle with the Warrior of Darkness.

Though defeated, Elidibus refused to surrender. G'raha arrived to activate the Crystal Tower to seal the Ascian within it, reducing Elidibus to his original Amaurotine form. After the Warrior gave Elidibus the memory stones they had acquired from Anyder, Elidibus finally remembered why he had taken on his duties as the core of Zodiark and as Emissary of the Convocation: to save his friends, and his people. Elidibus mourned his friends would no longer be able to see the coming days with him as he faded away, his essence absorbed into the Crystal Tower.

With Elidibus's death, the threat of the rejoinings and Ascians as an organization appeared to largely be over, as without the Unsundered, no new Ascians could be created. However, Elidibus's death and lack of further oversight allowed Fandaniel to put his plans into motion, going rogue and allying with Zenos with the intent of destroying the world, and himself along with it.

Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker[]

Due to the machinations of Fandaniel, Zodiark was destroyed. Without him, the Final Days returned. The Scions of the Seventh Dawn responded to a crisis on Thavnair, where the sky was on fire, encountering the same horrors they had seen in Amaurot. They determined that fear and despair caused people to transform into "blasphemies". After quelling the crisis for now, the Scions tried to figure out how to avert further crises. Y'shtola believed Hydaelyn had the answers they needed but that she was either incapable or unwilling to elaborate. The Warrior remembered the Watcher telling him about the flower, Elpis, but no one had any knowledge of it. Yet everyone believed the name was somehow significant. Since Hydaelyn, or any other live ancient, was not around to answer, G'raha suggested they ask Elidibus whose essence remained sealed within the Crystal Tower.

The Warrior embarked to the First alone since none of the others could travel there again. After meeting with Lyna and Ryne, they headed to the Ocular. Using G'raha's spirit vessel, they accessed the Crystal Tower's systems, and found Elidibus. The Warrior told him everything about Fandaniel, Zodiark's demise, and Elpis. Elidibus was saddened to hear Zodiark was gone and what it had wrought. He was surprised that the Fandaniel of this age sought to end everything, unlike the one he had known long ago. As for the Elpis, to him it was not a flower but a place: back in the unsundered Etheirys, Elpis was a facility where Amaurotines tested the new kinds of life brought into existence by creation magicks, to see if they could be released to the wider world. Fandaniel had been its main supervisor, then known as Hermes, who had come up with the idea of summoning Zodiark to avert the Final Days.

Well, Hydaelyn. I take my leave of You. Yours is the mantle of the last of us. May You have...the joy of it. The burden...and the solitude. It falls to You now—You and Your champion—to save our star.

Elidibus

Elidibus recalled seeing the Warrior of Light in Elpis, as impossible as it seemed. He suggested the Warrior travel to the past to a time when Elpis still existed. Elidibus had familiarized with the Crystal Tower's systems when he had learned the spell that was used to bring the Warrior to the First. Elidibus fused himself with the tower, and declared sending the Warrior to the past would be his final act, as doing this would kill him. He was content to return to the aetherial sea and reunite with his friends. He opened the portal, and the Warrior traveled through it to Elpis. Before disappearing, Elidibus spoke to Hydaelyn and asserted that the fate of their star was now in her hands, as well as her champion's.

After the Warrior of Light halted the Final Days and saved the world, a past version of Elidibus, looking down at the clouds beneath Elpis, commented that the "dread beast Pandæmonium" had awoken, and that he was waiting for his prophesied "guiding star" to help deal with this menace.[4]

After the Warrior of Light received an Amaurot memory stone from a group of Sharlayan researchers that mentioned Pandæmonium, they returned to the Crystal Tower and used the memory stone to re-open a portal to the past, accidentally crash-landing on a white-robed man with long silver hair named Themis, who is implied to be the man the Warrior knew as "Elidibus" in the present. Themis recognized the Warrior of Light's aether as that of a "close friend" and claimed to be part of an organization linked to the Convocation, sent to investigate Pandæmonium.

Characteristics[]

Appearance[]

Unlike other Ascians, who wear dark robes, Elidibus dresses in a white robe with golden accents with purple patterns on the front and back. A simplistic red mask covers the top half of his face. His Ascian sigil uses the pattern from the center of Zodiark's summoning glyph from Final Fantasy XII. Zodiark Glyph Art

Elidibus in Zenos's body.

After possessing the body of Zenos yae Galvus, commenting that this new body makes an equal to the Warrior of Light, Elidibus resembled a man in mid 20s with a youthful face and fair complexion with long golden hair. To maintain his cover as the prince, Elidibus wears Zenos's suit of armor.

He later possesses the corpse of Ardbert, wearing the same black Fighter's set but a standard Bravura, as opposed to the Bravura Atma the original Ardbert wielded. He can speak in Ardbert's voice, but drops the act and returns to his own voice when around those who are aware of his true identity.

When he later reverts to his Amaurotine form, Elidibus retains his distinctive white robes and red mask, setting him apart from his fellows. Emet-Selch notes Elidibus was a young man of small stature[note 1] compared to his fellow Amaurotines. His form seen in the Crystal Tower after being struck and depowered by the tower is the size of mortal child, though he retains his adult voice. If the "Themis" met in the past is Elidibus, he also had long silver hair like in his form as the First's Warrior of Light and aquamarine eyes.

Personality[]

Elidibus is polite and diplomatic, attempting to meet Minfilia Warde and the Warrior of Light on peaceful terms. This seems to be at odds with the other Ascians, who are cold at best toward the Scions of the Seventh Dawn. Elidibus deviates from the methods of his black-robed brethren, and is not close or loyal to them, and informs Emperor Varis that he would not act against him should Varis use the Garlean Empire against the Ascians. Elidibus is nonetheless a dangerous and cunning foe to the Warrior of Light and the Scions. Even when his plans do not go accordingly, Elidibus is foresighted and intelligent enough to gain an advantage. According to Emet-Selch, while Elidibus may be a "worrier" and an "insufferable bore", he is no fool and the choices he makes are rarely wrong.

Elidibus is subtle in the pursuit of his goals, being a master of manipulation and in using half-truths to convince others the righteousness of the Ascians' cause. He possesses the typical Ascian overconfidence when appearing to have the advantage, as after gaining Zenos's body he mistakenly believes he can easily defeat the Warrior of Light. Likewise, Elidibus fails to foresee Zenos's return or stop him from reclaiming his body, forcing the Emissary into fleeing. Before his final clash with the Warrior of Light, Elidibus admits once seeing the adventurer as another useful pawn, but instead they became the greatest threat to the Ascians' plans, something he would lament following the defeat of his Paragon comrades.

Elidibus is persistent and patient, as even after learning of the demise of his Paragon comrades, Lahabrea and Emet-Selch, he only becomes more determined to restore Zodiark and reestablish the balance between Light and Dark. When the Scions confront him, Elidibus considers himself the hero and reveals that he shares similar sentiments as Emet-Selch did about the state of the world: it and its people are fragmented and flawed, and he desires to restore the original world. Elidibus claims that the Scions and their people are incapable of understanding the Ascians' plight or history, let alone remember them. Elidibus is obsessed with carrying out his duty, both as a member of the Convocation and as a primal, even if he can no longer remember the reason behind it.

Elidibus still retains a sense of honor. He willingly aids the Warrior of Light in seeking answers to the Final Days to repay them for freeing the imprisoned souls within Zodiark from servitude, and in his final moments, passes on the responsibility to protect the planet to the Warrior of Light, while Elidibus desires nothing more than to be reunited with his brethren in the afterlife.

In ancient times, under the name of Themis, the young Ascian worked for the Convocation of the Fourteen, but had yet to be made a member. He was responsible, but unsure of himself at times. He was astute enough to recognize the Warrior of Light as the helper whom his superiors predicted would come. Despite this, he occasionally failed to understand common phrases, such as being unable to infer that Erichthonios's mother had passed.

In "Tales of the Shadows", the original Elidibus was a far more optimistic and cheerful personality who not only idolized the Convocation, but saw them as his family, who likewise saw him as their younger brother. After separating from Zodiark's heart, his optimism was replaced by melancholy and an unrelenting drive to save his people in spite of his worsening amnesia.

Gameplay[]

The Warrior of Light.

Elidibus is fought thrice in the main scenario, though never using his own name or form. The first battle is against him possessing the body of Zenos yae Galvus as a solo duty during the quest A Requiem for Heroes A Requiem for Heroes. The second battle is against him possessing the body of Ardbert as another solo duty during the quest Faded Memories Faded Memories. The third battle sees him become a primal Warrior of Light during The Seat of Sacrifice The Seat of Sacrifice trial.

Triple Triad[]

Elidibus Card
Elidibus Triple Triad Card.png
Card No. 283
Total stats 25
Type None
Description “If you would usher in the end, then with my all shall I oppose you...”
Obtain Purchasable from the Manderville Gold Saucer for 56,000 MGP MGP
Shadowbringers Warrior of Light Card
Shadowbringers WOL Triple Triad Card.png
Card No. 287
Total stats 27
Type Primal
Description A being summoned into existence through the peoples' hopes and prayers for salvation. One can only speculate as to what era, what far-flung world, inspired its otherwise antiquated visage. Perhaps it is the culmination of ideals to which all heroes aspire.
Obtain Potential drop from The Seat of Sacrifice The Seat of Sacrifice and The Seat of Sacrifice (Extreme) The Seat of Sacrifice (Extreme)

Musical themes[]

Like other Ascians, most of Elidibus's appearances are accompanied by "Without Shadow".

Each time he is fought, a different track plays. As Zenos in A Requiem for Heroes A Requiem for Heroes, the standard Stormblood boss theme of "Triumph" plays in the first phase, with "Thunderer" playing in the second. When fought in the body of Ardbert, the track "Flight" plays. During his fight as the Warrior of Light in the Seat of Sacrifice "To the Edge" plays, a vocal remix of "'Neath Dark Waters" with "Who Brings Shadow".

Gallery[]

Etymology[]

Elidibus shares his name with the legendary wizard who is in possession of Zodiark from Final Fantasy Tactics.

In Greek Mythology, Themis was one of the twelve Titan children of Gaia and Uranus. She represented justice, divine order, fairness, and law.

Notes[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 In "Ere Our Curtain Falls", the English version calls him "youth" or "young man", the French version uses "a relatively short young man", and the Japanese uses 小柄な青年 (kogarana seinen?) , a young man of short stature.

References[]

  1. Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, Patch 5.3
  2. Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, Patch 2.3
  3. Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, At the end of Patch 2.55
  4. Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, Post-main scenario cutscene following the conclusion of Endwalker
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