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The '''Gorgon''', also known as '''Gorgone''', is an enemy in the ''[[Final Fantasy series]]''.
The '''Gorgon''', also known as '''Gorgone''', is an enemy in the ''[[Final Fantasy series]]''.
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The Gorgon, also known as Gorgone, is an enemy in the Final Fantasy series.


Final Fantasy IIIEdit


It can be found on the World Map of the Floating Continent around Tokkul, Gulgan Gulch, and Dwarven Hollows. As with its cousin Cuphgel, they can be defeated easily with physical attacks, though the first time they are encountered, they can pose a bit of a threat as they tend to travel in groups with other annoying enemies.

Final Fantasy IVEdit

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She is only encountered in a small area, south of the Sylph Cave. At the time that she can be fought, she is not a dangerous enemy, though she can inflict Gradual Petrify with her Stone Touch ability.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

The Gorgon is an enemy in the Crystals: Fabul.

Final Fantasy Mystic QuestEdit

FFMQ Gorgon

It can be found in the Bone Dungeon and Doom Castle areas. It has three phases. After losing some health its horns and fangs are cleaved off, and eventually has portions of its back sliced off.

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of LightEdit

FF4HoL Gorgon

The Gorgon is an enemy from Part II that can be found in the Invidia Underground and Spelvia Dungeons.

Final Fantasy DimensionsEdit

FF4HoL Gorgon

Gorgon is an enemy family consisting of Baba Yaga, Medusa (Dimensions) and Gomory (Dimensions).

Pictlogica Final Fantasy Edit

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In Greek mythology, the Gorgon was a terrifying female creature who had hair of living, venomous snakes, and a horrifying visage that turned those who beheld it to stone, the most famous being Medusa.

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